SUALKUCHI, April 3 - A total of 6,44,633 voters will decide the fate of 32 candidates who are in the fray for the four LACs of Kamrup District (Rural).
Poll campaign is gradually gaining momentum here with the opening of temporary offices by the contesting candidates.
In 48-Boko LAC, the contesting candidates who are in fray are Gopi Das (AIUDF), Jyoti Prasad Das (AGP), Nandita Das (INC), Anirban Das (Ind), Nitish Ranjan Das (Ind) and Dr Ghansahyam Das (Ind). In total, 1,92,844 voters in 254 polling stations will cast their votes and determine the fate of the candidates. Of the 1,92,844 voters, 98,449 and 94,395 are male and female voters respectively. In 49-Chhaygaon constituency, Dr Kamala Kalita (AGP), Rekibuddin Ahmed (INC), Derajuddin Ahmed (AIUDF), BK Marak (Ind) are in the fray. About 1,60,244 voters including 82,050 male voters and 78,191 female voters will decide their fate. There are 198 polling stations in the constituency while in 50-Palasbari constituency, six candidates including Naba Jyoti Talukder (INC), Pranab Kalita (BJP), Juri Mali (Liberation Democratic Party), Kushal Chandra Sarma (Ind), Jatin Mali (Ind) and Palash Jyoti Das (National Jana Kranti Party) are in the fray. Almost 1,37,757 voters of which 71,115 are male and 66,642 are female voters will cast their votes in 183 polling stations. In 55-Hajo constituency, 16 candidates including Suman (BJP), Nurul Hussain, former minister (AGP), Dulu Ahmed (INC), Mujibor Rahman (AIUDF), Imdadur Rahman (NPP), Tobir Rahman (NSC), Dwipen Pathak, present MLA (TMC), Mohan Chandra Malakar (LDP), Rekibuddin Ahmed (Samajwadi Party), Taijuddin Ahmed (Ind), Taher Ali (Ind), Ramen Chandra Lahkar (Ind), Tripti Kana Majumder (Ind), Ramani Malakar (Ind), Hemanta Kalita (Ind) and Makani Barman (Ind) are in the fray. A total of 1,53,788 voters of which 80,693 are male and 73,095 are female will determine the fate of the contesting candidates. There are 206 polling stations in Hajo constituency.
The number of �D� voters of the four constituencies in Kamrup District (R) are 1,636. Out of 832 polling stations, 126 are highly sensitive and 323 are sensitive.