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List of contesting candidates from Silchar Lok Sabha constituency

Lok Sabha Election 2009 Special - Part I




Total number of candidates: 16
Candidates of recognized National and State Political Parties: 4

(1) Name of Candidate:
Kabindra Purkayastha

Party affiliation:
Bharatia Janata Party

(2) Name of Candidate:
Dipak Bhattacharjee

Party affiliation:
Communist Party of India (Marxist)

(3) Name of Candidate:
Badruddin Ajmal

Party affiliation:
Assam United Democratic Front

(4) Name of Candidate:
Sontosh Mohan Dev

Party affiliation:
Indian National Congress

Independent Candidates:

  1. Kantimoy Deb
  2. Chondan Rabidas
  3. Jayanta Mallick
  4. Jay Sundar Das
  5. Nagendra Chandra Das
  6. Nabadwip Das
  7. Pijush Kanti Das
  8. Manish Bhattacharjee
  9. Yogendra Kumar Singh
  10. Subir Deb
  11. Sumit Roy
  12. Nazrul Haque Mazarbhuiyan

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  1. Good information Rishi. The 'come out and out vote circus/campaign doesn't impress me much. When the common man is actually given these options to choose from - An established crook. A crook with a lineage of crooks. A potential crook. Choose from them and bloody vote!

    However I am tempted to ask if the 9th name here is our own Girok Yogendra Sinha from Silchar. If yes, it's great news for the people of Silchar. Not because he is a Bishnupriya Manipuri,but because he is a great statesman, and an honest individual. Silchar the town is now in absolute shambles. Pathetic roads. Pathetic water supply. Pathetic electricity supply. Someone really needs to take care of this 'once upon a time'lovely town.

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  2. PROMOD SINHA:THIS TOWN SILCHAR IS SO SYNONIMOUS WITH OUR CASTE THAT WHENEVER A PERSON ASK ME ABOUT MY IDENTITY I HAVE TO USE THE WORD SILCHAR.I FEEL PROUD OF MY SILCHAR BECAUSE OF ITS PEACEFUL ATMOSPHERE.INSPITE OF MANY BUSINESS ACTIVITY IN SILCHAR IT IS LACKING IN INFRASTRUCTURE AS WELL AS TOTAL NEGLIGENCE OF THE GOVT OF ASSAM.I WAS STUDYING IN SILCHAR DURING THE YEAR 1998-2001.AFTER 8 YEAR I VISITED SILCHAR TO SEE THE SAME CONDITION.WHAT I SEE IS THE INCREASE IN POPULATION OF REFUGEES.DOES THE CITIZENS OF SILCHAR HAVE A VISION FOR SILCHAR TO GIVE A NEW LOOK?I SUPPOSE AND I DREAM SILCHAR TO BE A BIG CITY AS IT IS THE GATEWAY TO MANIPUR MIZORAM AND AGARTALA AND ALSO SOUTH EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES.ONLY WE CITIZENS OF SILCHAR CAN GIVE IT A SHAPE LIKE THAT.

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