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Bally (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Bally
Vidhan Sabha constituency
Bally is located in West Bengal
Bally
Bally
Location in West Bengal
Coordinates:
Country  India
State West Bengal
District Howrah
Constituency No 169
Type Open
Lok Sabha constituency 25. Howrah
Electorate (year) 142,337 (2011)

Bally (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in Howrah district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Overview

As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 169 Bally (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Bally municipality.[1]

Bally (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is part of No. 25 Howrah (Lok Sabha constituency).[1]

Members of Legislative Assembly

Election
Year
Constituency Name of M.L.A. Party Affiliation
1951 Bally Ratan Moni Chattopadhyay Indian National Congress[2]
1957 Motilal Basu Indian National Congress[3]
1962 Shankar Lal Mukhopadhyay Indian National Congress[4]
1967 S.N.Mukherjee Indian National Congress[5]
1969 Patit Paban Pathak Communist Party of India (Marxist)[6]
1971 Patit Paban Pathak Communist Party of India (Marxist)[7]
1972 Bhabani Shankar Mukherjee Indian National Congress[8]
1977 Patit Paban Pathak Communist Party of India (Marxist)[9]
1982 Patit Paban Pathak Communist Party of India (Marxist)[10]
1987 Supriyo Basu Indian National Congress[11]
1991 Patit Paban Pathak Communist Party of India (Marxist)[12]
1996 Kanika Ganguly Communist Party of India (Marxist)[13]
2001 Kanika Ganguly Communist Party of India (Marxist)[14]
2006 Kanika Ganguly Communist Party of India (Marxist)[15]
2011 Sultan Singh All India Trinamool Congress[16]

Election results

2011

In the 2011 election, Sultan Singh of Trinamool Congress defeated his nearest rival Kanika Ganguly of CPI(M).

West Bengal assembly elections, 2011: Bally constituency[16][17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
AITMC Sultan Singh 52,770 50.42 +12.86#
CPI(M) Kanika Ganguly 46,170 44.11 -15.10
BJP Bharat Bhushan Ojha 2,677 2.56
Independent Suman Dolui 947
JD(U) Saumadip Chatterjee 458
Independent Shibashis Sarkar 455
Independent Bholanath Pramanik 266
Independent Subhasish Sarkar 249
Independent Umed Singh Chaudhuri 143
Independent Tripti Ghosh 137
Independent Keya Ganguly 135
Independent Jayanta Sarkar 129
Independent Anjana Chowdhury 129
Turnout 104,665 73.53
AITMC gain from CPI(M) Swing 27.96#
.# Swing calculated on Congress+Trinamool Congress vote percentages taken together in 2011.
 West Bengal Legislative Assembly elections, 2011
Howrah district summary
Party Seats won Seat change
Trinamool Congress 15 Increase13
Indian National Congress 1 Increase1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 0 Decrease11
Forward bloc 0 Decrease3


2006

In the 2006 election, Kanika Ganguly of CPI(M) defeated her nearest rival Rekha Raut of AITC.

West Bengal assembly elections, 2006: Bally constituency[15][18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
CPI(M) Kanika Ganguly 54,262 50.42
AITMC Rekha Raut 24,737 44.11
INC Tapan Ganguly 9,690 2.56
Independent Sankar Kumar Das 1203
SDPI Biswajit Mitra (Kajal) 732
Independent Dev Kumar Sharma 486
Independent Ashok Kumar Patra 265
Independent Guru Chand Mondal 262
Turnout 91,637 73.53
CPI(M) hold Swing 27.96#

.# Swing calculated on Trinamool Congress+BJP vote percentages taken together in 2006.

2001

In the 2001 election, Kanika Ganguly of CPI(M) defeated her nearest rival Supriyo Basu of INC.

West Bengal assembly elections, 2001: Bally constituency[14][19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
CPI(M) Kanika Ganguly 92,876 72.63%
INC Supriyo Basu 32,423 25.36%
NCP Moushumi Chatterjee 626 0.49%
Independent Santosh Adhikary 624 0.49%
Independent Debala Das 418 0.33%
Independent Madan Mohan Das 370 0.29%
Independent Raj Kishor Prasad 203 0.16%
Independent Fakra Alam 191 0.15%
Independent Pradip Kumar Basak 139 0.11%
Turnout 1,27,870 78.24%
CPI(M) hold Swing 27.96#

.# Swing calculated on Trinamool Congress+Congress vote percentages taken together in 2001.

1977-2006

In the 2006,[15] 2001[14] and 1996[13] state aassembly elections, Kanika Ganguly of CPI(M) won the Bally assembly seat defeating her nearest rivals, Rekha Raut of Trinamool Congress in 2006, Supriyo Basu of Congress in 2001 and Bani Kumar Singha of Congress in 1996. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned. Patit Paban Pathak of CPI(M) defeated Supriyo Basu of Congress in 1991.[12] Supriyo Basu of Congress defeated Patit Paban Pathak of CPI(M) in 1987.[11] Patit Paban Pathak defeated Bani Kumar Singha of Congress in 1982[10] and Ganesh Pathak of Congress in 1977.[9][20]

1951-1971

Bhabani Shankar Mukherjee of Congress won in 1972. Patit Paban Pathak of CPI(M) won in 1971[7] and 1969.[6] S.N.Mukherjee of Congress won in 1967.[5] Shankar Lal Mukherjee of Congress won in 1962.[4] Monilal Basu of Congress won in 1957.[5] In independent India’s first election in 1951, Ratan Moni Chattopadhyay of Congress won the Bally seat.[2]

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