Assam MLA List 2021 | Assam Legislative Assembly Seats 2021

List of constituencies of the Assam Legislative Assembly

The Assam Legislative Assembly / Assam Vidhan Sabha is the the unicameral legislature of the state of Uttar Pradesh. There are 126 seats in the house filled by directly elected from the single-seat constituencies. Vidhan Sabha’s term is five years unless dissolved earlier & member of Legislative assembly referred to in short as MLA. Let’s have a look at the constituency list with the name of the member (MLA) & party name.

Assam MLA List

Assam Legislative Assembly has 126 seats.  At present, 8 constituencies are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled castes and 16 are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled tribes. The List of Constituency in Assam Legislative Assembly/ Vidhan Sabha & MLA with party affiliations is as follows

No.ConstituencyDistrictMLAParty
1Ratabari (SC)Karimganj Bijoy MalakarBJP
2PatharkandiKarimganj Krishnendu PaulBJP
3Karimganj NorthKarimganj Kamalakhya Dey PurkayasthaINC
4Karimganj SouthKarimganj Siddeque AhmedINC
5BadarpurKarimganj Abdul AzizAIUDF
6HailakandiHailakandi  AIUDF
7KatlicherraHailakandi Suzam Uddin LaskarAIUDF
8AlgapurHailakandi Nizam Uddin ChoudhuryAIUDF
9SilcharCachar Dipayan ChakrabortyBJP
10SonaiCachar Karimuddin BarbhuiyaAIUDF
11Dholai (SC)Cachar Parimal SuklabaidyaBJP
12UdharbondCachar Mihir Kanti ShomeBJP
13LakhipurCachar Kaushik RaiBJP
14BarkholaCachar Misbahul Islam LaskarINC
15KatigorahCachar Khalil Uddin MazumderINC
16Haflong (ST)Dima HasaoNandita GorlosaBJP
17Bokajan (ST)Karbi Anglong Numal MominBJP
18Howraghat (ST)Karbi Anglong Darsing RonghangBJP
19Diphu (ST)Karbi Anglong Bidya Sing EnglengBJP
20Baithalangso (ST)West Karbi Anglong Rupsing TeronBJP
21MankacharSouth Salmara Adv.Aminul IslamAIUDF
22Salmara SouthSouth Salmara Wazed Ali ChoudhuryINC
23DhubriDhubriNajrul HoqueAIUDF
24GauripurDhubriNijanur RahmanAIUDF
25GolakganjDhubriAbdus Sobahun Ali SarkarINC
26Bilasipara WestDhubriHafiz Bashir AhmedAIUDF
27Bilasipara EastDhubriSamsul HudaAIUDF
28Gossaigaon*Kokrajhar Jiron BasumataryUPPL
29Kokrajhar West (ST)Kokrajhar Rabiram NarzaryBPF
30Kokrajhar East (ST)Kokrajhar Lawrence IslaryUPPL
31Sidli (ST)ChirangJayanta BasumataryUPPL
32BongaigaonBongaigaon Phani Bhusan ChoudhuryAGP
33BijniChirang Ajoy Kumar RoyBJP
34Abhayapuri NorthBongaigaon Abdul Bhatim KhandkarINC
35Abhayapuri South (SC)Bongaigaon Pradip SarkarINC
36Dudhnai (ST)GoalparaJadab SawargiaryINC
37Goalpara EastGoalparaAbdul Kalam Rasheed AlamINC
38Goalpara WestGoalparaAbdur Rasheed MandalINC
39JaleswarGoalparaAftab Uddin MollahINC
40SorbhogBarpetaManoranjan TalukdarCPI (M)
41Bhabanipur*Bajali Phanihdar TalukdarBJP
42PatacharkuchiBajali Ranjeet Kumar DassBJP
43BarpetaBarpetaAbdur Rahim AhmedINC
44JaniaBarpetaRafiqul IslamAIUDF
45BaghborBarpetaSherman Ali AhmedINC
46SarukhetriBarpetaJakir Hussain SikdarINC
47ChengaBarpetaAshraful HussainAIUDF
48Boko (SC)Kamrup Nandita DasINC
49ChaygaonKamrup Rekibuddin AhmedINC
50PalasbariKamrup Hemanga ThakuriaBJP
51JalukbariKamrup MetropolitanHimanta Biswa SarmaBJP
52DispurKamrup MetropolitanAtul BoraBJP
53Gauhati EastKamrup MetropolitanSiddhartha BhattacharyaBJP
54Gauhati WestKamrup MetropolitanRamendra Narayan KalitaAGP
55HajoKamrupSuman HaripriyaBJP
56KamalpurKamrupDiganta KalitaBJP
57RangiaKamrupBhabesh KalitaBJP
58TamulpurBaksa Jolen Daimary UPPL
59NalbariNalbari Jayanta Malla BaruahBJP
60BarkhetryNalbari Diganta BarmanINC
61DharmapurNalbari Chandra Mohan PatowaryBJP
62Barama (ST)BaksaBhupen BaroUPPL
63Chapaguri (ST)BaksaUrkhao Gwra BrahmaUPPL
64PaneryUdalguriBiswajit DaimaryBJP
65KalaigaonDarrang Durga Das BoroBPF
66SipajharDarrang Paramananda RajbongshiBJP
67Mangaldoi (SC)Darrang Basanta DasINC
68DalgaonDarrang Mazibur RahmanAIUDF
69Udalguri (ST)UdalguriGobinda Chandra BasumataryUPPL
70MajbatUdalguriCharan BoroBPF
71DhekiajuliSonitpurAshok SinghalBJP
72BarchallaSonitpurGanesh Kumar LimbuBJP
73TezpurSonitpurPrithviraj RabhaAGP
74RangaparaSonitpurKrishna Kamal TantiBJP
75SooteaSonitpurPadma HazarikaBJP
76BiswanathBiswanathPromod BorthakurBJP
77BehaliBiswanathRanjit DuttaBJP
78GohpurSonitpur Utpal BorahBJP
79Jagiroad (SC)MorigaonPijush HazarikaBJP
80MarigaonMorigaonRama Kanta DewriBJP
81LaharighatMorigaonAsif Mohammad NazarINC
82Raha (SC)NagaonSashi Kanta DasINC
83DhingNagaonAminul IslamAIUDF
84BatadrobaNagaonSibamoni BoraINC
85RupohihatNagaonNurul HudaINC
86NowgongNagaonRupak SarmahBJP
87BarhampurNagaonJitu GoswamiBJP
88SamaguriNagaonRakibul HussainINC
89KaliaborNagaonKeshab MahantaAGP
90JamunamukhHojaiSirajuddin AjmalAIUDF
91HojaiHojaiRamkrishna GhoshBJP
92LumdingHojaiSibu MisraBJP
93BokakhatGolaghatAtul BoraAGP
94SarupatharGolaghatBiswajit PhukanBJP
95GolaghatGolaghatAjanta NeogBJP
96KhumtaiGolaghatMrinal SaikiaBJP
97Dergaon (SC)GolaghatBhabendra Nath BharaliAGP
98JorhatJorhatHitendra Nath GoswamiBJP
99Majuli (ST)MajuliSarbananda SonowalBJP
100TitabarJorhatBhaskar Jyoti BaruahINC
101MarianiJorhatVacant 
102TeokJorhatRenupoma RajkhowaAGP
103AmguriSibsagarProdip HazarikaAGP
104NaziraSibsagarDebabrata SaikiaINC
105MahmaraCharaideoJogen MohanBJP
106SonariCharaideoDharmeswar KonwarBJP
107Thowra*SibsagarSushanta Borgohain BJP
108SibsagarSibsagarAkhil GogoiRaijor Dal
109BihpuriaLakhimpurAmiya Kumar BhuyanBJP
110NaoboichaLakhimpurBharat NarahINC
111LakhimpurLakhimpurManab DekaBJP
112Dhakuakhana (ST)LakhimpurNaba Kumar DoleyBJP
113Dhemaji (ST)Dhemaji Ranoj PeguBJP
114Jonai (ST)Dhemaji Bhubon PeguBJP
115MoranDibrugarh Chakradhar GogoiBJP
116DibrugarhDibrugarh Prasanta PhukanBJP
117LahowalDibrugarh Binod HazarikaBJP
118DuliajanDibrugarh Terash GowallaBJP
119TingkhongDibrugarh Bimal BoraBJP
120NaharkatiaDibrugarh Taranga GogoiBJP
121ChabuaDibrugarh Ponakan BaruahAGP
122TinsukiaTinsukia Sanjoy KishanBJP
123DigboiTinsukia Suren PhukanBJP
124MargheritaTinsukia Bhaskar SharmaBJP
125DoomdoomaTinsukia Rupesh GowalaBJP
126SadiyaTinsukia Bolin ChetiaBJP

*results after 2021 assembly by-polls

Party wise MLA in Assam Vidhan Sabha (2021-2026)

Bharatiya Janta Party is the largest Party & has won 62 Seats in the 2021 Assam Vidhan Sabha Elections. INC has won in 27 Seats & AIUDF with 16 seats is in third place. 

Assam 2021 Assembly by elections

BJP & ally  won all five Assembly seats in the Assam 2021 Assembly by elections. BJP candidates Phanidhar Talukdar, Rupjyoti Kurmi and Sushanta Borgohain won in Bhabanipur, Mariani and Thowra seats respectively. The three were elected as opposition MLAs in the March-April election this year, but later resigned and joined the saffron party. Ally UPPL’s Jiron Basumatary and Jolen Daimary bagged the Gossaigaon and Tamulpur seats respectively.

With these victories in the bypoll, BJP’s strength in the 126-member Assam Assembly has increased to 62 and UPPL’s to seven. The list is as follows

# Party MLA Seats
1 Bharatiya Janata Party 62
2 Indian National Congress 27
3 All India United Democratic Front 16
4 Asom Gana Parishad 9
5 United People’s Party Liberal 7
6 Vacant  o
7 Bodoland People’s Front 3
8 Communist Party of India (Marxist) 1
9 Raijor Dal 1

Alliance Wise Seats

NDA Alliance lead by BJP with 74 Seats has Majority in Assam Vidhan Sabha. UPA with 44 seats is in second position in 2021 Vidhan Sabha Elections.

# Alliance Seats
  NDA  76
1   BJP  62
2   AGP 9
3   UPPL  5
     
  UPA  44
1   INC  27
2   AIUDF  16
3   CPI(M)  1
     
  Others  4
1   BPF  3
2   RD  1
  Vacant  4

Who's Who of 15th Legislative Assembly of Assam

The present 15th Legislative Assembly was constituted on 21st May, 2021. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) formed the government with Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, taking oath as 15th Chief Minister of Assam.

# Designation  Name
1 Speaker Biswajit Daimary, BJP
2 Deputy Speaker Numal Momin, BJP
3 Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, BJP
4 Leader of the Opposition Debabrata Saikia, INC
5 Deputy Leader of the Opposition Rakibul Hussain, INC