Asansol Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 1998 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Asansol

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

CPM

BIKASH CHOWDHURY

355382

Runner up

:

WBTC

AJIT KUMAR GHAATAK (MOLOY GHAATAK)

329233

MARGIN

:

26149

3.02% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

22-02-1998

02-03-1998

03-03-1998

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER : 1629                                  AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 763

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

883829

71

.12%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

864840

3. REJECTED

15907

1

.80%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

3082

5. TENDERED

17

 

ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

485071

396877

881948

2.

POSTAL

1881

3. TOTAL

486952

396877

883829

 

ELECTORS

1.

GENERAL

688431

554141

1242572

2.

SERVICE

76

42

118

3.

TOTAL

688507

554183

1242690

 

CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1.

NOMINATED

8

0

8

2.

REJECTED

0

0

0

3.

WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4.

CONTESTED

8

0

8

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

6

0

6

 


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Asansol Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 1999 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Asansol

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

CPM

BIKASH CHOWDHURY

377265

Runner up :

AITC

AJIT GHATAK (MOLOY GHATAK)

339401

MARGIN :

37864

4.64%

of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

03-10-1999

06-10-1999

07-10-1999

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

1629

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 777

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

829147

65.52%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

815292

3. REJECTED

13855

1.67%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

52

 

ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

456351

369560

825911

2.

POSTAL

3176

60

3236

3. TOTAL

459527

369620

829147

 

ELECTORS

1.

GENERAL

699091

566239

1265330

2.

SERVICE

94

56

150

3.

TOTAL

699185

566295

1265480

 

CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1.

NOMINATED

7

0

7

2.

REJECTED

0

0

0

3.

WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4.

CONTESTED

7

0

7

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

5

0

5

 


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Asansol Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 2004 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Asansol

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

CPM

BIKASH CHOWDHURY

369832

Runner up :

AITC

GHATAK MOLOY

245514

MARGIN

:

124318 ( 17.14% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

10-05-2004

13-05-2004

13-05-2004

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER : 1136

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 961

DATE(s) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY :

12-05-2004

NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLL WAS ORDERED

1

 

VOTES

1. REJECTED VOTES (Postal)

284

2. VOTES NOT RETREIVED FROM EVM

996

3. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

725198

4. TENDERED VOTES

28

 

VOTERS

1. GENERAL

427444

297346

724790

2. PROXY

1

3. POSTAL

1687

4. TOTAL

726478

 

POLLING PERCENTAGE

70.93

60.79

66.52

 

ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

602660

489169

1091829

2. SERVICE

234

78

312

3. TOTAL

602894

489247

1092141

 

CANDIDATES

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

8

0

8

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4. CONTESTED

8

0

8

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

6

0

6

 


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Shri Robin Sen Member of Parliament (MP) from Asansol (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Robin Sen

Political Party: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Constituency & State: Asansol (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 5,6

6th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

SEN, SHRI ROBIN, C.P.I.-M. (West Bengal—Asansol—1977):  s. of late Shri Nalini Mohan Sen; b. at Senhati, Khulna District, Bangladesh March 1923; ed. at Senhati High School, Khulna, Bangabashi College, Calcutta; Unmarried; Political worker and trade unionist; previously associated with Bolshevik-Leninist Party of India (Trotskyte); Member, West Bengal State Committee of Communist Party of India (Marxist); Secretary, Burdwan District Committee of Communist Party of India (Marxist); Member; Working Committee, Centre of Indian Trade Unions; took active part in the students’ movements, 1940—43; imprisoned several times for political and trade union activities; dismissed From Royal Indian Air Force for taking pan in political activities, 1946; detained under Defence of India Rules in 1963-64 and 1964-65; traveled from Calcutta to Ramgarh by foot to attend the ‘anticompromise’ session at Ramgarh; Member, Fifth Lok Sobha, 1971—1977.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Visiting places of historical importance.

Special interest:  Politics.

Permanent address:  87, Upear Garden, Asansol, P.O., Burdwan District, West Bengal.

 

 


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Shri Deven Sen Member of Parliament (MP) from Asansol (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Deven Sen

Political Party: Samyukta Socialist Party

Constituency & State: Asansol (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 4

4th Lok Sabha
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SEN, SHRI DEVEN, BA. (Hons.), S.S.P., (West Bengal-Asansol-1967):  s. of late Shri Dwarka Sen; b. at Faridpur (now in East Pakistan), January 23, 1901; unmarried; Trade Unionist; formerly associated with Congress and P.S.P,; was a detenue from 1942 to 1946; Editor of the English journal “Asian Worker'” for 10 years; Member, Central “Wage Board for the Coal Mining Industry; President, Hind Mazdoor Sabha; elected to West Bengal Legislative Assembly in 1946 and 1957.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Heading of mystery novels.

Sports:  Hockey and Football.

Travels abroad:  U.S.S.R., U.K., U.S.A., Italy.

Books published:  “History in Stories” and “ABC of Materialism”.

Permanent address:  Bengal Hotel, Mohammad Hussain Street, P.O. Asansol, Distt. Burdwan, West Bengal.

 


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Shri Haradhan Roy Member of Parliament (MP) from Asansol (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Haradhan Roy

Political Party: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Constituency & State: Asansol (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 9,10,11

Biographical Sketch
Member of Parliament
XI Lok Sabha

 
ROY, SHRI HARADHAN
C.P.I.(M)- ASANSOL (WEST BENGAL)

Father's Name	:	Late Shri Rakhal Chandra Roy

Date of Birth	:	16 March 1926

Place of Birth	:	Napur in Distt. Burdwan (West Bengal)

Marital Status	:	Unmarried

Educational Qualifications :
	Matriculation
	Educated at Raniganj High School, Raniganj 
	(West Bengal)

Profession :
	Political Worker, Trade Unionist and Social Worker

Permanent Address :
	Central Office, Colliery Mazdoor Sabha of India, 
	Netaji Subhas Bose Road, Raniganj, Distt. Burdwan (West Bengal) 
	Tels. (0341) 44-4385, 44-6959
	Fax. (0341) 44-5477

Positions Held :
   
1945-46		Primary Member, I.N.C.
1946-48		Primary Member, Forward Bloc
1948-53		Activist, C.P.I.
1954		Member, C.P.I.
1962		Member, C.P.I. Committee, Distt. Burdwan,
		West Bengal
1964		Member, C.P.I.(M) Committee, Distt. Burdwan,
		West Bengal
1964 onwards	Member, All India and State Working Committees, C.I.T.U.
1967-87(Six terms) Member, West Bengal Legislative Assembly
1982-84		Member, Committee on Public Undertakings, West Bengal 
		Legislative Assembly
1989		Elected to Lok Sabha (Ninth)
1991		Re-elected to Lok Sabha (Tenth) 
1996		Elected to Lok Sabha (Eleventh) for the third time

Social and Cultural Activities :
	Educating masses, rural and urban development; setting up schools, 
	colleges,   libraries,  hospitals,  health   clinics;  organising 
	gymnasium, sports and cultural activities

Special Interests :
	Serving the masses

Favourite Pastime and Recreation :
	Socialising, study and sports

Countries Visited :
	Former U.S.S.R.

Other Information :
	Organised  trade unions, peasant movements, democratic movements; 
	suffered imprisonment  for  about  30 times  since 1952; remained 
	underground  from  1962-1964, & 1964-1966;  Assistant  Secretary, 
	Refractory  and  ceramic  Workers  Union  (INTUC), 1948;  General 
	Secretary,Organiser, Founder Member, Colliery Mazdoor Sabha since 
	1952  (Raniganj Coal belt);  Member  (i)  All  India  Engineering 
	Workers   Federation  1956-57;  (ii)  A.I.T.U.C.,  1957-58; (iii) 
	Central  Committee,  A.I.T.U.C., 1957-64; (iv) Working Committee, 
	Bengal Provincial Trade Union Congress (BPTUC) A.T.U.C., 1957-64; 
	General-Secretary,  Organiser  and Founder Member,  Jyoti Prakash 
	Glass  Mazdoor  Union;  Organiser, long  march  from  Raniganj to 
	Calcutta with 200 workers of Burn  company  and other trade Union 
	Units in demand of lifting lock-out and  settlement of demands of 
	workers of Burn Company Ltd.; General Secretary, Colliery Mazdoor 
	Sabha of India  (C.I.T.U.) till date;  Vice-President,  All India 
	Coal Workers Federation;  President (i)  Raniganj Girls' College; 
	and  (ii)  Khandera  College,  Khandera,  Vice-Chairman,  Asansol 
	Mines  Board  of  Health,  1978-83;  General Secretary, Aluminium 
	Mazdoor Union Since 1967;  Member, General Council, Indian School 
	of Mines. Dhanbad upto 31 August 1990

Election Result :
   
Asansol Lok Sabha constituency
Total electorate	12,07,881
Total votes polled	 8,41,736
Votes polled in favour of the
first four leading candidates:
(1) Shri Haradhan Roy 		[C.P.I.(M)]	3,76,806
(2) Shri Sukumar Bandyopadhyay	(I.N.C.)	3,29,856
(3) Shri Surendranath Lamba 	(B.J.P.)	  69,737
(4) Shri Gonesh Pal 		(Ind.)  	  11,556

 


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Asansol Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 2009 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Asansol

 

VII. RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

WINNER

CPM

Bansa Gopal Chowdhury

435161

RUNER-UP

AITC

Ghatak Moloy

362205

MARGIN

72956

 

VI. DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

07-May-2009

16-May-2009

16-May-2009

V. POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER

1563

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION

799

DATE(s) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY :

05-10-2009

NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLL WAS ORDERED

1

IV. VOTES

1. REJECTED VOTES (POSTAL)

71

2. VOTES NOT RETREIVED FROM EVM

0

3. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

893633

4. TENDERED VOTES

8

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

8

0

8

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

1

0

1

3. WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4. CONTESTED

7

0

7

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

5

0

5

II.ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

689030

560531

1249561

2. SERVICE

374

117

491

3. TOTAL

689404

560648

1250052

III. VOTERS

1. GENERAL

518216

375261

893477

2. PROXY

0

3. POSTAL

227

4. TOTAL

893704

III(A). POLLING PERCENTAGE

71.49

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Shri Ananda Gopal Mukhopadhyay Member of Parliament (MP) from Asansol (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Ananda Gopal Mukhopadhyay

Political Party: Congress (I)

Constituency & State: Asansol (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 7,8

8th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

MUKHOPADHYAY, SHRI ANAND GOPAL, B.Sc., [Congress (I)— West Bengal, Asansol, 1984]  s. of late Shri Basanta Kumar Mukhopadhyay; b. at Bhiringi Village, Durgapur Taluk, Burdwan District, November 27, 1926; ed. at Calcutta University; m. late Smt. Anjali Mukherjee; Widower; 1 s.; Trade Unionist; President, West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee; Member, INTUC Central Executive Committee since 1974; Vice-President, Indian National Metal Workers Federation (INTUC); President, All India National General Insurance Employees Association (INTUC); Director, Durgapur Projects Ltd. and Durgapur Chemicals Ltd., 1972-76; Chairman, INTUC Parliamentary Wing; Member, (i) West Bengal Legislative Assembly, 1952-67 and 1972-76 and (ii) Seventh Lok Sabha, 1980-84.

Social activities:  Child welfare work.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Reading.

Accomplishment in letters, literature, art, science and other achievements:  Recipient of ‘Bharat Samaj Unnyayan Ratna’ and Samsad National Professorship conferred by Viswa Unnayan Samsad, Midnapui, West Bengal in 1982-83.

Books published:  “Environmental Pollution” (under print).

Travels abroad:  U.K., U.S.A., U.S.S.R., Norway, Japan and Czechoslovakia.

Permanent address:  Bhiringi, Durgapur-13. Burdwan District, West Bengal.

 

 


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Shri Atulya Ghosh Member of Parliament (MP) from Asansol (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Atulya Ghosh

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: Asansol (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2,3

Third Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile

GHOSH, SHRI ATULYA, Cong., (West Bengal—Asansol—1962):  S. of Shri Kartick Chandra Ghosh; B. at Calcutta, August 27, 1904; m. Shrimati Bibhabati Ghosh; 1 S.; Journalist; Ex-Chairman, Hooghly District Board; Member, Congress Working Committee; President, West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee; Editor, Janasevak (Bengali daily); Ex-editor of Patra, Nirmoke, and Nirmoy (weeklies); Chairman, Hooghly District School Board; Member, Advisory Board, All India Radio, Calcutta; President, West Bengal Deaf and Dumb Association; Visitor, Presidency Jail, Calcutta; Member, First Lok Sabha and Second Lok Sabha.

Hobby:  Collection of rare pictures and art material. 

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Reading. 

Special interests:  Literature and cultural activities. 

Clubs:  Member of all leading clubs of Calcutta.

Publications (in Bengali):  Swadhinatar Swarup, Pakistan O’ Sampradaik Samasya, Noakhalite Gandhiji, Ahimsa O’ Gandhi (Bengali and English) and Nairajyabadir Dristite Gandhibad.

Permanent address:  83/B, Karbala Tank Lane, Calcutta-6.

[Voting results at the Election:

Electorate:  4,54,700

Shri Atulya Ghosh                                   . .                            70,835

Shri Ket Narayan Misra                           . .                             61,991

Shri Deben Sen                                       . .                            49,563].


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