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Poor show by AGP in upper Assam

By Correspondent

JORHAT, May 13 � The 28 Legislative Assembly constituencies of five Upper Assam districts spread from Sadia to Bokakhat witnessed not a single MLA of the Asam Gana Parishad win the Assembly polls 2011, results of which were declared today.

Established in 1985 at Golaghat, the AGP failed to win in the four constituencies of Golaghat district in this Assembly election. The two constituencies of the district, namely Sarupathar and Khumtai which came to the hands of AGP in the Assembly election in 2006, has been overpowered by the Congress party this time. On the other hand the reign of independent candidate and the sitting MLA Jiten Gogoi in Bokakhat LAC has come to an end as the Congress candidate Arun Phukan got elected.

In the Chief Minister�s home district Jorhat, Congress won in six seats.

The Dergaon LAC which was the only constituency in the district under an AGP MLA since the last election was regained by the ruling party this time.

Likewise, Congress swept all the six seats of Sivasagar district. In the last assembly election the constituencies, namely Nazira, Thowra and Amguri were in the hands of the CPI, Independent and AGP MLAs respectively. The INC has taken all these three LACs into its fold in this assembly election.

In Dibrugarh district, five LACs out of six remained in the hands of the victorious congress this time. The BJP candidate Prashanta Phukan won from Dibrugarh LAC.

On the other hand, the Tingkhong LAC which was in the hands of AGP during the last election has been overpowered by the ruling Congress party this time.

Four of the five Assembly seats of Tinsukia district have been occupied by the Congress party. Only the Doomdooma LAC remained in the hands of the BJP.

In entire Upper Assam, BJP won two seats. But the regional party AGP failed miserably to prove its dominant existence even in a single LAC in entire Upper Assam.

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Poor show by AGP in upper Assam

JORHAT, May 13 � The 28 Legislative Assembly constituencies of five Upper Assam districts spread from Sadia to Bokakhat witnessed not a single MLA of the Asam Gana Parishad win the Assembly polls 2011, results of which were declared today.

Established in 1985 at Golaghat, the AGP failed to win in the four constituencies of Golaghat district in this Assembly election. The two constituencies of the district, namely Sarupathar and Khumtai which came to the hands of AGP in the Assembly election in 2006, has been overpowered by the Congress party this time. On the other hand the reign of independent candidate and the sitting MLA Jiten Gogoi in Bokakhat LAC has come to an end as the Congress candidate Arun Phukan got elected.

In the Chief Minister�s home district Jorhat, Congress won in six seats.

The Dergaon LAC which was the only constituency in the district under an AGP MLA since the last election was regained by the ruling party this time.

Likewise, Congress swept all the six seats of Sivasagar district. In the last assembly election the constituencies, namely Nazira, Thowra and Amguri were in the hands of the CPI, Independent and AGP MLAs respectively. The INC has taken all these three LACs into its fold in this assembly election.

In Dibrugarh district, five LACs out of six remained in the hands of the victorious congress this time. The BJP candidate Prashanta Phukan won from Dibrugarh LAC.

On the other hand, the Tingkhong LAC which was in the hands of AGP during the last election has been overpowered by the ruling Congress party this time.

Four of the five Assembly seats of Tinsukia district have been occupied by the Congress party. Only the Doomdooma LAC remained in the hands of the BJP.

In entire Upper Assam, BJP won two seats. But the regional party AGP failed miserably to prove its dominant existence even in a single LAC in entire Upper Assam.

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