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Algapur by-poll results today

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SILCHAR, Feb 27 � If the current anxious moments at Algapur tell us anything, it is that the results of the just concluded by-poll is going to be a defining moment in the political scenario, not just at Hailakandi, or Barak Valley but for Assam on the whole.

The counting of ballots for the recently concluded by-polls at Algapur commences tomorrow. The outcome will dish out a clear picture, who gets the better off between Minister Gautam Roy and AIUDF supremo Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal. In fact, this by-poll is actually a battle between the calculative moves of Congress and AIUDF.

Speculations have already begun in the party camps across the district. The political pundits of the district have in the meanwhile sketched a picture from the casting proportion about who is likely to come out with flying colours. The 73.1% poll percentage has not been a disappointing one. But what is the point of concern for AIUDF candidate Mehbubul Hasan Laskar is that votes in the Muslim areas have been less than what was expected. While the majority votes at Tapang area has made Mandira Roy, the Congress candidate breathe a sigh of relief, it is certainly a matter of concern for the advocate turned politician Mehbubul Hassan. In the 2011 Assembly polls, Tapang area recorded a 70% vote which in the by polls has turned out to be as high as 90% which makes the Congress party claim that Mandira Roy is almost in the driver�s seat. And minister-husband Gautam Roy was one step ahead in confirming quite optimistically that Mandira Roy will win by at least a margin of 15,000 votes. The PHE minister in his flamboyant manner slammed Badruddin Ajmal saying that Algapur denizens have discarded AIUDF playing religious cards and asserted that Mandira Roy will fetch a large chunk of the Muslim votes too.

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Algapur by-poll results today

SILCHAR, Feb 27 � If the current anxious moments at Algapur tell us anything, it is that the results of the just concluded by-poll is going to be a defining moment in the political scenario, not just at Hailakandi, or Barak Valley but for Assam on the whole.

The counting of ballots for the recently concluded by-polls at Algapur commences tomorrow. The outcome will dish out a clear picture, who gets the better off between Minister Gautam Roy and AIUDF supremo Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal. In fact, this by-poll is actually a battle between the calculative moves of Congress and AIUDF.

Speculations have already begun in the party camps across the district. The political pundits of the district have in the meanwhile sketched a picture from the casting proportion about who is likely to come out with flying colours. The 73.1% poll percentage has not been a disappointing one. But what is the point of concern for AIUDF candidate Mehbubul Hasan Laskar is that votes in the Muslim areas have been less than what was expected. While the majority votes at Tapang area has made Mandira Roy, the Congress candidate breathe a sigh of relief, it is certainly a matter of concern for the advocate turned politician Mehbubul Hassan. In the 2011 Assembly polls, Tapang area recorded a 70% vote which in the by polls has turned out to be as high as 90% which makes the Congress party claim that Mandira Roy is almost in the driver�s seat. And minister-husband Gautam Roy was one step ahead in confirming quite optimistically that Mandira Roy will win by at least a margin of 15,000 votes. The PHE minister in his flamboyant manner slammed Badruddin Ajmal saying that Algapur denizens have discarded AIUDF playing religious cards and asserted that Mandira Roy will fetch a large chunk of the Muslim votes too.

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