2015 Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election

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28 out of 30 seats in the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council
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Party CPI(M) IPFT INPT
Alliance Left Front - -
Seats won 25 0 0
Seat change - - -
Popular vote 311,852 115,252 68,694

Chief Executive Member before election

Ranjit Debbarma
CPI(M)

Chief Executive Member

Radha charan Debbarma
CPI(M)

Elections to the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) were held on 4 May 2015. 25 of the 28 elected seats in the Autonomous District Council are reserved for Scheduled Tribes.[1]

There were 638,060 eligible votes cast in the elections. The electoral turnout stood at 83%. The votes were counted on 6 May 2015. The election result was a landslide victory for the Left Front. The Left Front, with 48.88% of the votes cast, won all 28 seats that were up for election. 25 seats went to the Communist Party of India (Marxist), one seat to the Communist Party of India, one seat to the RSP and one seat to the All India Forward Bloc.[2]

The Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) emerged as a second-largest party in the election. The party finished second in 17 seats. Other parties in the fray were the Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura, National Conference of Tripura, All India Trinamool Congress and BJP.

Results

Constituency Left Front IPFT INPT
1 Damchharra-Jampui (ST) Rajendra Reang 13,259 Banaful Tripura 377 Dambajoy Reang 1,703
2 Machmara Paresh Chandra Sarkar (AIFB) 11,066 N/A N/A Mahali Chakma 843
3 Dasda-Kanchanpur Lalit Debnath 12,510 Pusparam Reang 311 Sindrai Reang 2,035
4 Karamchhara (ST) Sandya Rani Chakma 14,150 Bidyut Debbarma 2,305 David Darlong 3,051
5 Chhawmanu (ST) Champarai Aslong 10,284 Ganesh Debbarma 386 Shobha Ranjan Chakma 3,484
6 Manu-Chailengta Matilala Suklabaidya 10,728 Sarajit Debbarma 1,448 Subodh Dangshu 5,418
7 Damchara-Kachuchharra (ST) Badarbum Halam 10,868 Biresh Debbarma 3,366 Kartik Debbarma 5,569
8 Ganganagar-Gandachharra (ST) Khagendra Kumar Reang 9,259 Prem Sadhan Tripura 311 Jiban Joy Reang 6,637
9 Hala Hali-Asharambari (ST) Gurupada Debbarma 15,714 Rabindra Debbarma 4,347 Gaura Kishore Debbarma 1,219
10 Kulai-Champahour (ST) Madhumati Debbarma 11,758 Jiban Debbarma 2,178 Bisanjay Reang 5,045
11 Maharanipur-Teliamura (ST) Dhananjoy Debbarma 11,818 Mevar Kumar Jamatia 5,553 Jakta Dayal Jamatia 1,339
12 Ramchandra Ghat (ST) Ranjit Debbarma 12,036 Chitta Ranjan Debbarma 6,402 Shibchandra Debbarma 594
13 Simna-Tamakari (ST) Ranabir Debbarma 7,905 Mangal Debbarma 7,396 Pritilata Debbarma 2,837
14 Budhjung Nagar-Wakkinagar (ST) Jahar Debbarma 9,921 Rajendra Debbarma 4,580 Pradip Debbarma 5,421
15 Jirania (ST) Radhacharan Debbarma 13,151 Briha Debbarma 4,250 Jamu Debbarma 4,238
16 Mandainagar-Pulinpur (ST) Sukumar Debbarma 10,782 Balaram Debbarma 7,416 Uttam Kumar Debbarma 1,397
17 Pekuarjala-Janmayjaynagar (ST) Santosh Debbarma 12,204 Bikash Debbarma 6,078 Haratosh Debbarma 1,862
18 Takarjala-Jampuijala (ST) Ramendra Debbarma 8,557 Sona Charan Debbarma 4,254 Sarna Kumar Kalai 1,313
19 Amtali-Golaghati (ST) Maya Rani Debbarma 15,554 Ram Mohan Debbarma 9,998 Nani Gopal Debbarma 1,041
20 Killa-Bangma (ST) Joy Kishore Jamatia 11,105 Krishna Kanta Jamatia 4,779 Krishna Sadhan Jamatia 2,498
21 Maharani-Chellagang (ST) Joy Bahadur Jamatia (RSP) 9,054 Rana Kishore Reang 2,687 Samrat Jamatia 1,714
22 Kathalia-Mirja-Rajapur (ST) Parikshit Murasingh 20,030 Sukla Charan Noatia 6,363 Maha Kumar Uchoi 538
23 Ampinagar (ST) Bhakta Kalai 11,187 Sindhu Chandra Jamatia 4,165 Madhu Sudhan Jamatia 1,281
24 Raima Valley (ST) Pratiram Tripura 10,941 Pradip Jamatia 1,003 Pramod Tripura 2,718
25 Natunbazar-Malbasa (ST) Santanu Jamatia 16,837 Birbahadur Jamatia 4,215 Ram Krishna Jamatia 2,444
26 Birchandranagar-Kalashi (ST) Dhirendra Reang (CPI) 13,904 Balindra Reang 5,482 Jitendra Reang 1,399
27 Purba Mahuripur-Buratali (ST) Arun Tripura 15,502 Manu Tripura 9,015 Chandi Das Tripura 195
28 Silachari-Manubankul (ST) Sathai Mog 15,892 Bolijoy Tripura 6,586 Kangchairi Mog 861
Total 48.88% 311,852 18.06% 115,252 10.77% 68,694

See also

References

  1. ^ Left Fronte List Archived 2011-07-21 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ [1] ADC Election results 2015, Tripurainfo.com Archived 18 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine