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    Assam Election Results: New Assembly to have 31 Muslim MLAs

    In Assam, the BJP led NDA retained power by winning a total of 75 seats against 50 seats won by Congress-led UPA

    GUWAHATI: The newly elected 126-member Assam Assembly has a total of 31 Muslim MLAs.

    As per the Election Commission (ECI) results of the state assembly polls, while 15 Muslim MLAs were elected to the House are from All India Democratic Front (AIUDF), 15 were from Congress and the remaining one is from the BJP.

    In Assam, the BJP led NDA retained power by winning a total of 75 seats against 50 seats won by Congress-led UPA.

    Party-wise, the BJP has won 60 seats, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) has won 9 seats and United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) has won 6 seats.

    On the other hand in the UPA alliance, Congress has won 29 seats, AIUDF has won 16 seats, Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) 4 and left party one.

    Here is the list of Muslim MLAs in the 2021 Assam Assembly House:

    1. ALGAPUR – Nijam Uddin Choudhury (All India United Democratic Front)

    2. BADARPUR – ABDUL AZIZ (All India United Democratic Front)

    3. BAGHBAR – Sherman Ali Ahmed (Indian National Congress)

    4. BARKHOLA – MISBAHUL ISLAM LASKAR (Indian National Congress)

    5. BARPETA – ABDUR RAHIM AHMED (Indian National Congress)

    6. BILASIPARA EAST – SAMSUL HUDA (All India United Democratic Front)

    7. BILASIPARA WEST – HAFIZ BASHIR AHMED (All India United Democratic Front)

    8. BOKAJAN – NUMAL MOMIN (Bharatiya Janata Party)

    9. CHAYGAON – REKIBUDDIN AHMED (Indian National Congress)

    10. CHENGA – ASHRAFUL HUSSAIN (All India United Democratic Front)

    11. DALGAON – MAZIBUR RAHMAN (All India United Democratic Front)

    12. DHING – Aminul Islam (All India United Democratic Front)

    13. DHUBRI – NAZRUL HOQUE (All India United Democratic Front)

    14. GAURIPUR – NIZANUR RAHMAN (All India United Democratic Front)

    15. GOALPARA EAST – ABUL KALAM RASHEED ALAM (Indian National Congress)

    16. GOALPARA WEST – ABDUR RASHID MANDAL (Indian National Congress)

    17. GOLAKGANJ – ABDUS SOBAHAN ALI SARKAR (Indian National Congress)

    18. HAILAKANDI – ZAKIR HUSSAIN LASKAR (All India United Democratic Front)

    19. JALESWAR – Aftab Uddin Mollah (Indian National Congress)

    20. JAMUNAMUKH – Siraj Uddin Ajmal (All India United Democratic Front)

    21. JANIA – Rafiqul Islam (All India United Democratic Front)

    22. KARIMGANJ SOUTH – SIDDEQUE AHMED (Indian National Congress)

    23. KATIGORA – Khalil Uddin Mazumder (Indian National Congress)

    24. KATLICHERRA – SUZAM UDDIN LASKAR (All India United Democratic Front)

    25. LAHARIGHAT – DR. ASIF MOHAMMAD NAZAR (Indian National Congress)

    26. MANKACHAR – MD. AMINUL ISLAM (All India United Democratic Front)

    27. RUPOHIHAT – NURUL HUDA (Indian National Congress)

    28. SALMARA SOUTH – WAZED ALI CHOUDHURY (Indian National Congress)

    29. SAMAGURI – RAKIBUL HUSSAIN (Indian National Congress)

    30. SARUKHETRI – JAKIR HUSSAIN SIKDAR (Indian National Congress)

    31. SONAI – KARIM UDDIN BARBHUIYA (All India United Democratic Front)

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