In the Assam Assembly elections 2021, the BJP-led alliance won a total of 75 seats, the Congress-led Grand Alliance won 50 seats and Akhil Gogoi-led Raijor Dal won 1 seat out of the total 126 seats.

In the results of the Assam Assembly election 2021, declared on Sunday, BJP won 60 seats and its alliance partners Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) won 9 seats and United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) won 6 seats.

The Congress won 29 seats while its Grand Alliance partners, All India United democratic Front (AIUDF) won 16 seats, Bodoland People’s Party (BPF) 4 seats and Communist Party of India (Marxist) won 1 seat.

Here’s the complete list of the winners of 126 seats:

  1. ABHAYAPURI NORTH 34 – ABDUL BATIN KHANDAKAR (Indian Nation Congress)
  2. ABHAYAPURI SOUTH 35 – PRADIP SARKAR (INC)
  3. ALGAPUR 8 – Nijam Uddin Choudhury (AIUDF)
  4. AMGURI 103 – PRODIP HAZARIKA (AGP)
  5. BADARPUR 5 – ABDUL AZIZ (AIUDF)
  6. BAGHBAR 45 – Sherman Ali Ahmed (INC)
  7. BAITHALANGSO 20 –Rupsing Teron (BJP)
  8. BARAMA 62 – BHUPEN BARO (UPPL)
  9. BARCHALLA 72 – GANESH KUMAR LIMBU (BJP)
  10. BARHAMPUR 87 – JITU GOSWAMI (BJP)
  11. BARKHETRI 60 – DIGANTA BARMAN (INC)
  12. BARKHOLA 14 – MISBAHUL ISLAM LASKAR (INC)
  13. BARPETA 43 – ABDUR RAHIM AHMED (INC)
  14. BATADROBA 84 – Sibamoni Bora (INC)
  15. BEHALI 77 – RANJIT DUTTA (BJP)
  16. BHABANIPUR 41 – PHANIDHAR TALUKDAR (AIUDF)
  17. BIHPURIA 109 – DR. AMIYA KUMAR BHUYAN (BJP)
  18. BIJNI 33 – AJOY KUMAR RAY (BJP)
  19. BILASIPARA EAST 27 – SAMSUL HUDA (AIUDF)
  20. BILASIPARA WEST 26 – HAFIZ BASHIR AHMED (AIUDF)
  21. BISWANATH 76 – PROMOD BORTHAKUR
  22. BOKAJAN 17 – NUMAL MOMIN (BJP)
  23. BOKAKHAT 93 – ATUL BORA (AGP)
  24. BOKO 48 – NANDITA DAS (INC)
  25. BONGAIGAON 32 – PHANI BHUSAN CHOUDHURY (AGP)
  26. CHABUA 121 – PONAKAN BARUAH (AGP)
  27. CHAPAGURI 63 – URKHAO GWRA BRAHMA (UPPL)
  28. CHAYGAON 49 – REKIBUDDIN AHMED (INC)
  29. CHENGA 47 – ASHRAFUL HUSSAIN (AIUDF)
  30. DALGAON 68 – MAZIBUR RAHMAN (AIUDF)
  31. DERGAON 97 – BHABENDRA NATH BHARALI (AGP)
  32. DHAKUAKHANA 112 – NABA KUMAR DOLEY (BJP)
  33. DHARMAPUR 61 – CHANDRA MOHAN PATOWARY (BJP)
  34. DHEKIAJULI 71 – ASHOK SINGHAL (BJP)
  35. DHEMAJI 113 – Ranoj Pegu (BJP)
  36. DHING 83 – Aminul Islam (AIUDF)
  37. DHOLAI 11 – PARIMAL SUKLA BAIDYA (BJP)
  38. DHUBRI 23 – NAZRUL HOQUE (AIUDF)
  39. DIBRUGARH 116 – PRASANTA PHUKAN (BJP)
  40. DIGBOI 123 – SUREN PHUKAN (BJP)
  41. DIPHU 19 – Bidya Sing Engleng (BJP)
  42. DISPUR 52 – ATUL BORA (BJP)
  43. DOOM DOOMA 125 – RUPESH GOWALA (BJP)
  44. DUDHNAI 36 – JADAB SWARGIARY (INC)
  45. DULIAJAN 118 – TERASH GOWALA (BJP)
  46. GAUHATI EAST 53 – SIDDHARTHA BHATTACHARYA
  47. GAUHATI WEST 54 – RAMENDRA NARAYAN KALITA (AGP)
  48. GAURIPUR 24 – NIZANUR RAHMAN (AIUDF)
  49. GOALPARA EAST 37 – ABUL KALAM RASHEED ALAM (INC)
  50. GOALPARA WEST 38 – ABDUR RASHID MANDAL (INC)
  51. GOHPUR 78 – UTPAL BORAH (BJP)
  52. GOLAGHAT 95 – Ajanta Neog (BJP)
  53. GOLAKGANJ 25 – ABDUS SOBAHAN ALI SARKAR (INC)
  54. GOSSAIGAON 28 – Majendra Narzary (BPF)
  55. HAFLONG 16 – NANDITA GORLOSA (BJP)
  56. HAILAKANDI 6 – ZAKIR HUSSAIN LASKAR (AIUDF)
  57. HAJO 55 – SUMAN HARIPRIYA (BJP)
  58. HOJAI 91 – Ramkrishna Ghosh (BJP)
  59. HOWRAGHAT 18 – Darsing Ronghang (BJP)
  60. JAGIROAD 79 – PIJUSH HAZARIKA (BJP)
  61. JALESWAR 39 – Aftab Uddin Mollah (INC)
  62. JALUKBARI 51 – HIMANTA BISWA SARMA (BJP)
  63. JAMUNAMUKH 90 – Siraj Uddin Ajmal (AIUDF)
  64. JANIA 44 – Rafiqul Islam (AIUDF)
  65. JONAI 114 – BHUBAN PEGU (BJP)
  66. JORHAT 98 – HITENDRA NATH GOSWAMI (BJP)
  67. KALAIGAON 65 – DURGA DAS BORO (BPF)
  68. KALIABOR 89 – Keshab Mahanta (AGP)
  69. KAMALPUR 56 – Diganta Kalita (BJP)
  70. KARIMGANJ NORTH 3 – KAMALAKHYA DEY PURKAYASTHA (INC)
  71. KARIMGANJ SOUTH 4 – SIDDEQUE AHMED (INC)
  72. KATIGORA 15 – Khalil Uddin Mazumder (INC)
  73. KATLICHERRA 7 – SUZAM UDDIN LASKAR (AIUDF)
  74. KHUMTAI 96 – Mrinal Saikia (BJP)
  75. KOKRAJHAR EAST 30 – LAWRENCE ISLARY (UPPL)
  76. KOKRAJHAR WEST 29 – RABIRAM NARZARY (BPF)
  77. LAHARIGHAT 81 – DR. ASIF MOHAMMAD NAZAR (INC)
  78. LAHOWAL 117 – BINOD HAZARIKA (BJP)
  79. LAKHIMPUR 111 – MANAB DEKA (BJP)
  80. LAKHIPUR 13 – Kaushik Rai (BJP)
  81. LUMDING 92 – Sibu Misra (BJP)
  82. MAHMARA 105 – JOGEN MOHAN (BJP)
  83. MAJBAT 70 – CHARAN BORO (BPF)
  84. MAJULI 99 – SARBANANDA SONOWAL (BJP)
  85. MANGALDOI 67 – BASANTA DAS (INC)
  86. MANKACHAR 21 – MD. AMINUL ISLAM (AIUDF)
  87. MARGHERITA 124 – BHASKAR SHARMA (BJP)
  88. MARIANI 101 – Rupjyoti Kurmi (INC)
  89. MARIGAON 80 – RAMA KANTA DEWRI (BJP)
  90. MORAN 115 – CHAKRADHAR GOGOI (BJP)
  91. NAHARKATIA 120 – TARANGA GOGOI (BJP)
  92. NALBARI 59 – JAYANTA MALLA BARUAH
  93. NAOBOICHA 110 – BHARAT CHANDRA NARAH
  94. NAZIRA 104 – Debabrata Saikia (INC)
  95. NOWGONG 86 – RUPAK SARMAH (BJP)
  96. PALASBARI 50 – HEMANGA THAKURIA
  97. PANERY 64 – BISWAJIT DAIMARY (BJP)
  98. PATACHARKUCHI 42 – RANJEET KUMAR DASS (BJP)
  99. PATHARKANDI 2 – KRISHNENDU PAUL (BJP)
  100. RAHA 82 – SASHI KANTA DAS (INC)
  101. RANGAPARA 74 – KRISHNA KAMAL TANTI (BJP)
  102. RANGIA 57 – Bhabesh Kalita (BJP)
  103. RATABARI 1 – BIJOY MALAKAR (BJP)
  104. RUPOHIHAT 85 – NURUL HUDA (INC)
  105. SADIYA 126 – BOLIN CHETIA (BJP)
  106. SALMARA SOUTH 22 – WAZED ALI CHOUDHURY (INC)
  107. SAMAGURI 88 – RAKIBUL HUSSAIN (INC)
  108. SARUKHETRI 46 – JAKIR HUSSAIN SIKDAR (INC)
  109. SARUPATHAR 94 – BISWAJIT PHUKAN (BJP)
  110. SIBSAGAR 108 – AKHIL GOGOI (Raijor Dal)
  111. SIDLI 31 – JOYANTA BASUMATARY (UPPL)
  112. SILCHAR 9 – DIPAYAN CHAKRABORTY (BJP)
  113. SIPAJHAR 66 – PARAMANANDA RAJBONGSHI (BJP)
  114. SONAI 10 – KARIM UDDIN BARBHUIYA (AIUDF)
  115. SONARI 106 – DHARMESWAR KONWAR (BJP)
  116. SOOTEA 75 – PADMA HAZARIKA (BJP)
  117. SORBHOG 40 – MANORANJAN TALUKDAR (CPI-M)
  118. TAMULPUR 58 – LEHO RAM BORO (UPPL)
  119. TEOK 102 – RENUPOMA RAJKHOWA (AGP)
  120. TEZPUR 73 – PRITHIRAJ RAVA (AGP)
  121. THOWRA 107 – SUSHANTA BORGOHAIN (INC)
  122. TINGKHONG 119 – Bimal Borah (BJP)
  123. TINSUKIA 122 – SANJOY KISHAN (BJP)
  124. TITABAR 100 – Bhaskar Jyoti Baruah (INC)
  125. UDALGURI 69 – GOBINDA CHANDRA BASUMATARI (UPPL)
  126. UDHARBOND 12 – MIHIR KANTI SHOME (BJP)

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