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Noapara (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Noapara
Vidhan Sabha constituency
Noapara is located in West Bengal
Noapara
Noapara
Location in West Bengal
Coordinates:
Country  India
State West Bengal
District North 24 Parganas
Constituency No. 107
Type Open
Lok Sabha constituency 15. Barrackpore
Electorate (year) 203,674 (2011)

Noapara (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is an assembly constituency in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • Members of Legislative Assembly 2
  • Election results 3
    • 2011 3.1
    • 1977-2006 3.2
    • 1957-1972 3.3
  • References 4

Overview

As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 107 Noapara (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: North Barrackpur municipality, Garulia municipality, Ichhapur Defence Estate, Barrackpur Cantonment and Mohanpur and Seuli gram panchayats of Barrackpore II community development block.[1]

Noapara (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is part of No. 15 Barrackpore (Lok Sabha constituency).[1]

Members of Legislative Assembly

Election
Year
Constituency Name of M.L.A. Party Affiliation
1957 Noapara Panchanan Bhattacharjee Praja Socialist Party[2]
1962 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India[3]
1967 Suvendu Roy Indian National Congress[4]
1969 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India (Marxist)[5]
1971 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India (Marxist)[6]
1972 Suvendu Roy Indian National Congress[7]
1977 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India (Marxist)[8]
1982 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India (Marxist)[9]
1987 Jamini Bhusan Saha Communist Party of India (Marxist)[10]
1991 Madan Mohan Nath Communist Party of India (Marxist)[11]
1996 Madan Mohan Nath Communist Party of India (Marxist)[12]
2001 Manju Basu All India Trinamool Congress[13]
2006 Kushadhwaj Ghosh Communist Party of India (Marxist)[14]
2011 Manju Basu All India Trinamool Congress[15]

Election results

2011

In the 2011 election, Manju Basu of Trinamool Congress defeated her nearest rival K.D.Ghosh of CPI(M).
West Bengal assembly elections, 2011: Noapara constituency[15][16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
AITMC Manju Basu 100,369 59.03 +8.60#
CPI(M) Dr. K.D.Ghosh 59,221 34.83 -12.90
BJP Swapan Halder 7,594 4.47
BSP Krishna Chandra Sarkar 2,837
Turnout 170,021 83.48
AITMC gain from CPI(M) Swing 21.50#

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


1977-2006

In the 2006 state assembly elections,[14]Kushadhwaj Ghosh of CPI(M) won the Noapara assembly seat in 2006 defeating Manju Basu of Trinamool Congress. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned. In 2001,[13]Manju Basu of Trinamool Congress defeated Madan Mohan Nath of CPI (M). Madan Mohan Nath of CPI (M) defeated Sris Das of Congress in 1996[12]and Ananta Roy of Congress in 1991.[11]Jamini Bhusan Saha of CPI (M) defeated Sris Das of Congress in 1986,[10]and Apurba Bhattachaya of ICS in 1981[9]and Congress in 1977.[8][17]

1957-1972

Suvendu Roy of Congress won in 1972.[7]Jamini Bhusan Saha of CPI(M) won in 1971[6]and 1969.[5]Suvendu Roy of Congress won in 1967.[4]Jamini Bhusan Saha of CPI won in 1962.[3]Panchanan Bhattacharjee of PSP won in 1957.[2]Prior to that the constituency was not there.

References

  1. ^ a b "Delimitation Commission Order No. 18 dated 15 February 2006". West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1957, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1962, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  4. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1967, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1969, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  6. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1971, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  7. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1972, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  8. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1977, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  9. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1982, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  10. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1987, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  11. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1991, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  12. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 1996, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  13. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 2001, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  14. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 2006, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  15. ^ a b "General Elections, India, 2011, to the Legislative Assembly of West Bengal". Constituency-wise Data. Election Commission. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  16. ^ "West Bengal Assembly Election 2011". Noapara. Empowering India. Retrieved 24 April 2011. 
  17. ^ "132 - Noapara Assembly Constituency". Partywise Comparison Since 1977. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 15 October 2010. 


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