Assam General Assembly Election May 2021


Department Assam State Election Commission
Election Assam General Assembly Election May 2021
Service How To Check Assam Election May 2021 Result?
Election Date March 27th to April 6th, 2021
Result Date 2nd May 2021
Official Website

Assam Election May 2021 Result

The 2021 Assam Legislative Assembly election was the 15th quinquennial legislative assembly election held in the Indian state of Assam from March 27 to April 6 in three phases, to elect 126 MLAs to the 15th Assam Legislative Assembly.  The term of the previous Fourteenth Legislative Assembly of Assam will end on 31 May 2021. The counting of votes to be held today from 8 am onwards.

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How To Check Assam Election May 2021 Result?

Steps To Check Assam Election May 2021 Result Online

1. Visit ECI Election Results Portal
2. Click ‘General Assembly Elections May-2021’ Link
3. Select State ‘Assam’
4. View Partywise Trends & Result

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According to the 2011 census, 61.5% were Hindus, 34.22% were Muslims.  Christian minorities (3.7%) are mostly among some of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes (SC/ST) population. The 6 communities in Assam) – Maran, Matak, Tai Ahom, Chutia, Koch Rajbongshi and the tea tribes have been demanding grant of ST status since a long time. These 6 communities are numerous and would play a major role in the elections.

The Scheduled Tribe population (both ST(Plains) and ST(Hills) combined) in Assam is around 13% of which the Bodo people(an indigenous Assamese community) account for 40% and the Scheduled Caste population is about 7.4% of which the Kaibarta and Jal Keot(both indigenous Assamese & migrant Bengali communities) combined account for about 36%.

Out of 32 districts of Assam, 11 are Muslim majority according to the 2011 census. The districts are Dhubri, Goalpara, Barpeta, Morigaon, Nagaon, Hojai, Karimganj, South Salmara–Mankachar, Hailakandi, Darrang and Bongaigaon. Bodos have a population share of 12% and the Kaibarta and Jal Keot have a total share of about 10% (all of which are a part of the indigenous Assamese community).

The share of the indigenous Assamese communities in Assam was about 47% in the 2001 census which has reduced to about 40-45% in 2016 as predicted by experts. Indigenous Assamese Muslims, also known as Khilonjia Muslims, include ethnic groups such as Goria and Moria, and are estimated to be around 40 lakhs in population out of a total 1 crore (4 million out of 10 million) Muslims in Assam.

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