Calcutta North East Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 1999 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Calcutta North East

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

AITC

AJIT KUMAR PANJA

297491

Runner up :

CPM

MD. SALIM

255917

MARGIN :

41574

6.31%

of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

03-10-1999

06-10-1999

07-10-1999

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

1090

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 848

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

658740

71.24%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

658631

3. REJECTED

109

0.02%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

164

 

ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

392322

264412

656734

2.

POSTAL

1975

31

2006

3. TOTAL

394297

264443

658740

 

ELECTORS

1.

GENERAL

543976

380546

924522

2.

SERVICE

57

34

91

3.

TOTAL

544033

380580

924613

 

CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1.

NOMINATED

9

0

9

2.

REJECTED

0

0

0

3.

WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4.

CONTESTED

9

0

9

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

7

0

7

 


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Calcutta North East Constituency, West Bengal Loksabha Election 2004 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Calcutta North East

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

CPM

MD. SALIM

284427

Runner up :

AITC

AJIT KUMAR PANJA (250, CHITTARANJAN AVENUE,

210647

KOLKATA-700 006)

MARGIN

:

73780 ( 12.97% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

10-05-2004

13-05-2004

13-05-2004

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER : 716

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION : 1123

DATE(s) OF RE-POLL, IF ANY :

13-05-2004

NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS WHERE RE-POLL WAS ORDERED

6

 

VOTES

1. REJECTED VOTES (Postal)

121

2. VOTES NOT RETREIVED FROM EVM

0

3. TOTAL VALID VOTES POLLED

568885

4. TENDERED VOTES

39

 

VOTERS

1. GENERAL

335633

232141

567774

2. PROXY

0

3. POSTAL

1232

4. TOTAL

569006

 

POLLING PERCENTAGE

72.40

68.23

70.78

 

ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

463560

340223

803783

2. SERVICE

44

26

70

3. TOTAL

463604

340249

803853

 

CANDIDATES

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

8

2

10

2. NOMINATION REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

0

0

0

4. CONTESTED

8

2

10

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

6

2

8

 


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Shri Ajit Kumar Panja Member of Parliament (MP) from Calcutta North East (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Ajit Kumar Panja

Political Party: All India Trinamool Congress

Constituency & State: Calcutta North East (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 8,9,10,11,12,13

Thirteenth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile
Panja, Shri Ajit Kumar
Constituency   : Calcutta North East (West Bengal)
Party Name     : All India Trinamool Congress (AITC)
Father’s Name Late Dr. Dhanapati Panja
Mother’s Name Late Smt. Santwana Panja
Date of Birth 13 Sep 1936
Place of Birth Calcutta (West Bengal)
Marital Status Widower
Date of Marriage 11 Aug 1960
Spouse’s Name Late Prof. Jaya Panja
No. of Sons 1
No.of Daughters 1
Educational
Qualifications
B.A., Bar-at-Law
Educated at Scottish Church College, Calcutta University, Calcutta (West Bengal), Lincoln’s Inn,London (U.K.)
Profession Advocate
Social Worker
Permanent Address
250, C.R. Avenue, Kolkata-6,
West Bengal
241-1525 and 2525
Present Address
17, Windsor Place,
New Delhi – 110001
(011) 23782057
Positions Held
1971 Member, West Bengal Legislative Assembly
1971-72 Cabinet Minister, Judiciary and Parliamentary Affairs (Home), West Bengal
1972-77 Member, West Bengal Legislative Assembly
1973 onwards Member, All India Congress Committee (A.I.C.C.)
1977 President, District Congress Committee (D.C.C.) (I), North Calcutta, West Bengal
1972-77 Cabinet Minister, Health and Family Planning and Water Supply, Calcutta Corporation, Municipal Affairs and Forests Development, West Bengal
Chairman, Jhargram Development Board
1980-81 President, Pradesh Congress Committee (P.C.C.) (I), West Bengal
1982-85 Member, West Bengal Legislative Assembly
1984 Elected to 8th Lok Sabha
1985-86 Union Minister of State, Planning
1986 Union Minister of State, Food and Civil Supplies
1986-88 Union Minister of State, Information and Broadcasting (Independent Charge)
1988-89 Union Minister of State, Finance
1989 Re-elected to 9th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
1990 Member, Committee of Privileges
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Finance
1990-91 Member, Committee on Public Accounts
Member, Informal Consultative Committee, Railway Zone
1991 Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (3rd term)
1991-93 Union Minister of State, Information and Broadcasting (Independent Charge)
1993-95 Union Minister of State, Coal (Independent Charge)
1996 Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (4th term)
1996-97 Member, Committee on Energy
Member, Business Advisory Committee
1998 Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (5th term)
Chief Whip, West Bengal Trinamool Congress Parliamentary Party
1998-99 Member, Committee on Industry
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Urban Affairs and Employment
Chairman, West Bengal Trinamool Congress
1999 Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (6th term)
13 Oct. 1999 – 16 March 2001 Union Minister of State, External Affairs
Books Published
i) Encephalitis Attack in West Bengal; (ii) CPM Gun Shoot to Kill (English and Bengali); (iii) Ganatantra Hatya (Bengali); (iv) Siksha Khethre Nairajya (Bengali); (v) Sansad Bichitra (Bengali); (vi) PM (Sh. V.P. Singh) Challenged to Prove Charges (English); (vii) Dunkel Agreement (Bengali); (viii) Unemployment Problem in India—How to Solve it (Bengali); (ix) Era of Excellence of Narasimha Rao Government—4th Year-Major Achievements and Decisions (English, Hindi, Urdu and Bengali); and (x) Mining Medicines Hand Book for Health Workers and Mine Workers
Literary, Artistic & Scientific Accomplishments
Lover of Creative Art; Stage Artist, played the role of Sri Ramakrishna in the Bengali play ‘Nati Binodani’, conferred with Best Actor ‘Uttam Award’, 1999
Social And Cultural Activities
Engaged in social work for the poor, needy and physically handicapped; connected with several social organisations for the welfare of minority communities, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and the downtrodden
Special Interests
Reading story books for children, singing and writing
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Reading, listening to music, gardening and singing
Sports and Clubs
Member, (i) Mohan Bagan Club; (ii) Calcutta Club; (iii) East Bengal Club; and (iv) Aiykya Saminilani Football Club
Countries Visited
Widely travelled; Member, PM’s Delegation to Australia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Thailand, October 1986; Leader, (i) Delegation to Bhutan, November 1986; (ii) Delegation to International Film Festival at Mauritius and Moscow, 1987 and July 1991; (iii) Delegation to Information Ministers of SAARC Countries Conference at Harare, June, 1987; (iv) Delegation to Burma and Thailand in July 1988; (v) Delegation to the film Segment of the Festival of India, Berlin, 1991; (vi) Parliamentary Delegation to U.K., France and Germany to evaluate the Parliamentary Broadcasting System in Parliament House, June 1992; (vii) Delegation to Germany in September, 1993; and (viii) High Power Delegation for establishing bilateral relations in the field of Coal Industries, China, 1994; as Minister of State for External Affairs, visited (i) Sri Lanka in November, 1999; (ii) Macau for handing over ceremony to China in December 1999; and (iii) Bangladesh in January 2000; also accompanied Prime Minister during his visit to Mauritius in March 2000
Other Information
Member, (i) Supreme Court Bar Association; (ii) High Court Bar Association; and (iii) Bar Library Club High Court, Calcutta

 


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Shri Hirendra Nath Mukerjee Member of Parliament (MP) from Calcutta North East (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Hirendra Nath Mukerjee

Political Party: Communist Party

Constituency & State: Calcutta North East (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2,3,4,5

Fifth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile

MUKERJEE, SHRI HIRENDRA NATH, M.A., (Calcutta et Oxon), B. Litt. (Oxon), Barrister-at-Law (Comm.) West Bengal-Calcutta North-East—1971, Son of late Shri Sachindra Nath Mukerjee; b. at Calcutta, November 23, 1907; ed. at Taltala High School and Presidency College, Calcutta, St. Catherine’s, Oxford University and Lincoln’s Inn, London; m. Smt. Bibha (nee Chatterjee); June 3, 1939; 1 s. and 1 d.; Educationist and Lawyer; Senior Lecturer in History and Politics, Andhra University, 1934-35; Lecturer in History and Political Philosophy, Calcutta University, 1940—44; Head of the Department of History, Surendranath College, Calcutta, 1936—62; Member, A.I.C.C, 1938-39, Member, Executive Committee, Bengal Provincial Congress Committee, 1938-39; Joint Secretary, Bengal Committee, Congress Socialist Party, 1938; President, Bengal Provincial Students’ Conference, 1936; Founder Member, All India Progressive Writers’ Association, 1936; President, All-India Students’ Conference, Nagpur, 1940; arrested twice for Political reasons in 1940 and 1941; Editor “Indo-Soviet Journal”, Calcutta, 1941—45; Chairman, Indian Peoples’ Theatre Association (IPTA) Conference, Bombay, 1943; Founder Member, Friends of the Soviet Union, and Joint Secretary, 1944—52; Joint Editor, “Calcutta Weekly Notes” (Law Journal), 1945—52; Member, Bengal Committee, Communist Party of India, 1947—49; President, Bengal Motion Pictures Employees’ Union since 1946; Vice-President, Bengal Provincial Trade Union Congress, 1948-49; detained without trial in 1948 and 1949; Member, Central Advisory Board of Archaeology since 1952; Elected Member of the Senate, Calcutta University, 1953—61; Member, Education Panel, Planning Commission since 1955; Member, National Council, Communist Party of India, since 1958; Member, Indian Delegation to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference in Canberra, 1958; Member, Emotional Integration Committee, 1961-62; Member, Small Newspapers Enquiry Committee, 1964-65; Member, National Integration Council, 1962; Member, All India, Council of Sports since 1963; Member, Executive, National Committee for Gandhi Centenary; Trustee, Jawaharlal Nehru and Lal Bahadur Shastri Memorial Trusts; Member, Public Accounts Committee, 1969-70; Member, First Lok Sabha 1952—57; Second Lok Sabha, 1957—62, Third Lok Sabha, 1962—67 and Fourth Lok Sabha 1967—70; Deputy Leader of the Communist Group in Lok Sabha, 1952—64; Leader, 1964—67; and Deputy Leader 1967—70.

Accomplishments in letters, art and science.—First in Intermediate Arts, Calcutta University; First in B.A. History Honours and M.A. History; Winner of Duff, Eshan, Gwalior, Burdwan and many other scholarships, medals and prizes at Calcutta; Government of Bengal Scholar at St. Catherine’s. Oxford. Invited to International Teach-In by Toronto University Canada, 1966; Invited to Lecture at German Academy, Berlin, 1967; Invited to take part in International Symposium on Lenin at Alma Ata, Kazakhstan, U.S.S.R. in 1969.

Hobbies—Browsing among books.

Favourite pastime and recreation.—Watching cricket; listening to music.

Special interests.—Literature; theory and practice of politics.

Travels abroad—U.K., France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Egypt, Norway, Austria, Poland, U.S.S.R., Mongolia, Afghanistan, Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia and Hungary.

Books published.—In English: (1) “An Introduction to Socialism”; (2) “China Calling”, (3) “Under Marx’s Banner”; (4) ‘”India Struggles for Freedom”, (5) “Gandhiji : A Study”; (6) “Himself a true Poem—A study of Rabindranath Tagore”; (7) “India and Parliament”; (8) “The Gentle Colossus'” : A study of Jawaharlal Nehru”; (9) “Us: A Peoples’ Anthology”; (10) “The land of the Soviets”; (II) “Indo-Soviet Journal Souvenir”; (12) “Your Tagore for Today”; and (13) “Remembering Marx”.

In Bengali: (1) “India and Marxism”; (2) “National Movement in India”; (3) “Chakshusha Kansh” (Collected Essays); (4) “ABC of Marxism”; (5) “Hindu and Muslim”; (6) “Ancient Greece”; (7) “A History of India (2 Vols.)”; (8) ‘”National Songs”; (9) “Modern Bengali Poetry”, and (10) “Alpe Sukh Neyee” (Collected essays).

Translations.—English translation of two Bengali novels : Tarashankar Banerjee’s ‘Epoch’s End’, and Manik Banerjee’s ‘Boatman of the Padma’; Bengali translation of : Stalin’s ‘The October Revolution’; and ‘History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union”.

Permanent address—14, Indian Mirror Street, Calcutta-13.


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Shri Sunil Maitra Member of Parliament (MP) from Calcutta North East (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Sunil Maitra

Political Party: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

Constituency & State: Calcutta North East (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 7

7th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

MAITRA, SHRI SUNIL, B.A. [C.P.I.(M)—West Bengal, Calcutta North East, 1980]  s. of late Shri Asutosh Maitra, b. at Chittagong in Bangladesh; February 1, 1927; m. Smt. Neelima Maitra, February 28, 1951; 4 s.; Whole-time Political Worker; Visited Tashkent and Moscow as a  Member of C.I.T.U. delegation to attend Asian Seminar of Trade Union International of Workers in Commerce.  

Favourite pastime and recreation : Reading and cinema. 

Permanent address : Flat No. D-6, Bharat Bhawan, 3 Chittaranjan Avenue, Calcutta-72.

 

 


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Dr. Pratap Chandra Chunder Member of Parliament (MP) from Calcutta North East (West Bengal) Biodata

Name of Member: Dr. Pratap Chandra Chunder

Political Party: Janata Party

Constituency & State: Calcutta North East (West Bengal)

Lok Sabha Experience: 6

6th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

CHUNDER, DR. PRATAP CHANDRA, B.A. (Hons.), M.A., LL.B., D. Phil., Janata, (West Bengal—Calcutta North East—1977):  s. of late Shri Nirmal Chandra Chunder; b. at Calcutta, September 1, 1919; ed. at Hindu School, presidency College, University College of Law and Calcutta University; m. Smt. Leena Chunder (nee Roy Chowdhury), December 3, 1940; 4 s.; Solicitor, High Court, Calcutta; Advocate, Supreme Court of India; Lecturer, Calcutta, Burdwan and Jadavpur Universities; previously associated with the Indian National Congress till 1969 and the Congress (O) 1969—77; President, West Bengal Congress Committee 1967—69 and West Bengal Congress Committee (O) 1969—77, Member, Working Committee, Indian National Congress (O), Member, Senate of the University of Calcutta, 1961—67 and Executive Council of Rabindra Bharati University, 1962—68; Honorary Citizen of New Orleans; Member, West Bengal Legislative Assembly, 1962—67 and 1967-68; Chairman, Public Accounts Committee, West Bengal, 1965—68; Minister, Finance, Judicial and Legislative Departments, West Bengal, 1968; Minister of Education, Social Welfare and Culture since March, 1977.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Travelling; Reading and Painting.

Special interests:  Social and Cultural activities.

Accomplishments in letters, art and science:  Fellow of the Asiatic Society (F.A.S.); awarded best playwright prize by the University of Calcutta, 1965; participated in dramatic performances on the stage and All-India Radio, Calcutta Station; several dramas produced on the stage and the Radio; one has been filmed and another is under production.

Publications:  Kautilya on Love and Morals (English), Sons of Mystery (English), Job Charnocker Bibi, Srinkhalita, Lebedeffer Rangini (Bengali historical novels), Pahari Sandhya, Swapna Bhangha (Bengali Social Novels), Sahartali, Amlamadhur Prajapati, Ajab Desh (Bengali Dramas); various other novels, essays, short stories and articles published in journals and periodicals.

Sports and clubs:  Member, (i) Calcutta, University Institute, (ii) Santi Institute and (iii) All Bengal Physical Culture Association.

Travels abroad:  Thailand, Hong Kong, Peoples’ Republic of China, U.S.A., U.S.S.R., Switzerland, England, Eire, Holland and several other European countries.

Permanent address:  23, Nirmal Chunder Street, Calcutta.


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