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Keen contest in eight Sonitpur constituencies
By Input from Agencies  Published on: 31-Mar-2011 05:23:27
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Tezpur (Assam) Mar 31 (PTI) A keen battle is on the cards in the eight constituencies in Sonitpur district where the fate of several prominent candidates like Speaker Tanka Bahdur Rai, Irrigation Minister Nurjamal Sarkar, BJP state unit President Ranjit Dutta and former AGP President Brindabon Goswami will be decided.

There is no wave evident in favour of any particular party or candidate in the constituencies of Tezpur, Dhekiajuli, Barchalla, Bihali, Gohpur, Sootea, Rangpara and Biswanath in the second largest district of the state where the Congress had won four while the BJP and AGP two seats each in the last polls.

Located on the north bank of river Brahmaputra, the constituencies have a mixed electorate, totalling 11,24,949, comprising Assamese, Muslims, Nepali, Bengalis, Bodos, Scheduled Castes and Adivasi tea tribes who are keeping their choice of representative close to their hearts.

Keen contest in eight Sonitpur constituencies

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