Assam Elections 2019


The electoral politics of Assam witnessed a tremendous change for the past few years. After the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power (2019) by forming a coalition government with regional parties like Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and Bodo People's Front (BPF), the party is playing an extremely cautious move to succeed as a strong player in the future. Lok Sabha election will witness a tough fight between BJP and Congress.

Election Commission (EC) has announced the election dates for Lok Sabha polls in Assam. There are 14 Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam, these seats will go to polls in three phases on April 11, 18 and 23. While polling for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be held for nearly a month, date of counting for the elections will be May 23. For phase 1 (last date for filing nomination and withdrawal of candidature is March 25th and March 28th), phase 2 (last date for filing nomination and withdrawal of candidature is March 26th and March 29th) and phase 3 (last date for filing nomination and withdrawal of candidature is April 4th and April 28th).


Assam

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List of Lok Sabha Constituencies

S.no Constituency Name
1Barpeta
2Dhubri
3Dibrugarh
4Gauhati
5Jorhat
6Kaliabor
7Karimganj
8Kokrajhar
9Lakhimpur
10Mangaldoi
11Nowgong
12Silchar
13Tezpur




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Assam loksabha Elections News

AGP will continue opposing amendment bill on citizenship: Bora

    Updated On : Apr 12,2018   9:36 pm
Guwahati, April 12 (IANS) The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) on Thursday said that it will continue to oppose the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, and not compromise on the issue. View More..

Tripura: Six axed TMC MLAs seek recognition as BJP legislators

    Updated On : Nov 08,2017   5:00 pm
Agartala, Nov 8 (IANS) Three months after six axed Trinamool Congress (TMC) MLAs joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the lawmakers on Wednesday urged the Tripura Assembly Speaker to recognise them as BJP legislators. View More..

Six TMC MLAs who joined BJP in Tripura still to get assembly recognition

    Updated On : Nov 02,2017   2:40 pm
Agartala, Nov 2 (IANS) Six Tripura legislators who joined the BJP after quitting the Trinamool Congress three months ago are yet to get recognition in the state assembly as BJP lawmakers though the assembly begins its last session before the polls on November 13. View More..

Recognise ex-TMC MLAs as BJP members in Tripura: BJP

    Updated On : Sep 20,2017   3:08 pm
Agartala, Sep 20 (IANS) One-and-half months after six axed TMC MLAs joined the BJP, its leader on Wednesday urged the Tripura Assembly Speaker to recognise the legislators as BJP lawmakers. View More..

BJP to seek recognition of ex-TMC MLAs in Tripura house

    Updated On : Aug 08,2017   5:46 pm
Agartala, Aug 8 (IANS) A day after six axed Trinamool Congress legislators joined the Bharatiya Janata party, its leader on Tuesday said the party will urge Tripura assembly Speaker to recognise the legislators as its party members. View More..

BJP gets presence in Tripura house as expelled Trinamool members join it

    Updated On : Aug 07,2017   6:34 pm
Agartala, Aug 7 (IANS) A month after Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress expelled its six Tripura legislators, they formally joined BJP on Monday in presence of ministers from the Union and Assam governments. View More..

L'affaire Siddhu: BJP has only itself to blame (Comment: Special to IANS)

    Updated On : Jul 20,2016   4:26 pm
The monsoon session of parliament was being projected as a triumphant one for the BJP with those opposing the GST Bill falling in line. Its passage was being seen more as a question of when, rather than if. The prospect of GST becoming a reality soon was giving an additional fillip to the already prevalent feel-good factor in the ruling dispensation. View More..

Assam elections: Polarisation over Bangla immigrants led to BJP victory (Comment: Special to IANS)

    Updated On : Jun 20,2016   2:40 pm
With the dust settling on a raucous election campaign and with a new regime taking the reins in its hands, an analysis of the Assam poll results becomes apparent. The passing of the baton from a well-entrenched Congress to a debutant (in the state) BJP should be seen as nothing less than a paradigm shift in northeastern politics. View More..

Assam's future: Need to strengthen intra-regional linkages (Comment: Special to IANS)

    Updated On : May 16,2016   9:56 am
The emergence of Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, an immigrant of East Bengali origin, as the central theme in the campaign for the just ended assembly elections in Assam again exposed how the 'migrant factor' can polarise the state on ethnic lines. View More..

Tribal votes a key factor in Assam polls (Comment: Special to IANS)

    Updated On : Apr 12,2016   10:16 am
Both the BJP-led alliance and the Congress have left no stone unturned in securing tribal votes which may turn out to be a key factor in deciding the result of the ongoing Assam assembly election. Of all the tribal communities of the state, the electoral behavior of the tea tribes comprising about six million has become most crucial. View More..

BJP, BPF to fight jointly in Assam, will end infiltration: Amit Shah

    Updated On : Feb 10,2016   7:24 pm
Kokrajhar (Assam), Feb 10 (IANS) The BJP and the Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF) will jointly fight the assembly polls in Assam, BJP president Amit Shah announced on Wednesday, adding they will end infiltration from Bangladesh if they take power in the state. View More..

We will end Bangladeshi infiltration: Amit Shah

    Updated On : Feb 10,2016   3:02 pm
Kokrajhar (Assam), Feb 10 (IANS) If the BJP forms a government in Assam, it will end illegal infiltration from Bangladesh, BJP president Amit Shah said on Wednesday. View More..

Worsening the Bodo quagmire in Assam (Comment: Special to IANS)

    Updated On : Jan 26,2016   11:20 am
By declaring scheduled tribe (ST) status for Bodos living in the twin hill districts of Assam, the central government has again moved in a wrong direction as the basic motive seems to be ensuring their support for the BJP in the coming Assam elections. The central government now runs the risk of being misunderstood in a highly strategic belt as the demand is quite an old one and may have been conceded half-heartedly on the eve of the polls. View More..