Kulpi Assembly Elections 2016

Trinamool Congress has established its hegemony in the Kulpi Assembly constituency which was CPM's stronghold before 2011. However, anti-incumbency and the alliance between Congress and Left Front can come to the rescue of the CPM. The BJP does not have much of a presence in the Kulpi assembly constituency.

Kulpi Assembly Election Candidates List and Results

Name of the Candidate Party Name Results
JOGARANJAN HALDER AITC Won
84036
REJAUL HAQUE KHAN CPM 72581
NABENDU SUNDAR NASKAR BJP 8434
DR. ARUP KUMAR HALDER BSP 1324
None of the Above None of the Above 1311
RANAJIT SINGHA SUCI(C) 1077
SABIR HOSSEN CHAPRASI LJP 503

Trinamool Congress has established its hegemony in the Kulpi Assembly constituency which was CPM's stronghold before 2011. However, anti-incumbency and the alliance between Congress and Left Front can come to the rescue of the CPM. The BJP does not have much of a presence in the Kulpi assembly constituency.

Jogaranjan Haldar had also won the Kulpi seat in 2001. In the subsequent assembly election in 2006, he lost to Sakuntala Paik who was also elected in 1996.

Earlier former CPM MLA Krishnadhan Haldar had represented the Kulpi seat from 1977 to 1996.

Located in the South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, Kulpi assembly constituency is formed by the areas covered by Kulpi block. Before 20111, the constituency was reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled castes.

Kulpi is one of the seven assembly segments falling under the parliamentary seat of Mathurapur which is reserved for the candidates belonging to scheduled castes.

In the 2011 assembly election to Kulpi, the constituency had a total electorate of 164733. Of them, 85661 were males and the rest were female voters who numbered at 79072.

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