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Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency of Assam: Full list of candidates, polling dates

Here is the full list of candidates contesting the Lok Sabha election in 2019 from Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency of Assam. 

Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency of Assam:  Full list of candidates, polling dates
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Mangaldoi is one of 14 Lok Sabha constituencies in the north-eastern state of Assam and will cast its vote in the 2019 election on April 18. The result will be out on May 23.

Dilip Saikia of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Bhubaneswar Kalita of the Indian National Congress, Sudhendu Mohan Talukdar of the All India Trinamool Congress, Ainul Haque of the Asom Jana Morcha and Gandheshwar Mochahari of the Voters Party International are some of the prominent names that will contest the Lok Sabha election 2019 from Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency in Assam.

The first phase of voting in five parliamentary constituencies of Assam ended on April 18. The total turnout recorded in the state was 76.22 per cent. The fate of 11 candidates in Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency of Assam will be decided on May 23 when counting of votes takes place and the result is declared.

Here is the full list of candidates contesting the Lok Sabha election in 2019 from Mangaldoi Lok Sabha constituency of Assam:

Assam Lok Sabha constituencies: All you need to know

SL. NO. Candidate Name Party Name
1 DILIP SAIKIA Bharatiya Janata Party
2 BHUBANESWAR KALITA Indian National Congress
3 SUDHENDU MOHAN TALUKDAR All India Trinamool Congress
4 AINUL HAQUE Asom Jana Morcha
5 GANDHESHWAR MOCHAHARI Voters Party International
6 BIREN BASAK Bharatiya Gana Parishad
7 MANI RAM BASUMATARY Hindusthan Nirman Dal
8 SWARNALATA CHALIHA SOCIALIST UNITY CENTRE OF INDIA (COMMUNIST)
9 KAZI NEKIB AHMED Independent
10 JAYANTA KUMAR KALITA Independent
11 PRODEEP KUMAR DAIMARY United People’s Party, Liberal

The Mangaldoi  Lok Sabha constituency has over 15 lakh electors and has traditionally been a Congress stronghold but has never won Lok Sabha elections here since 2004. Local reports however suggest that people at large here are now hinting at a change.