TMC’s Ajay Dey is contesting from the April 17 constituency, the fifth of eight episodes in the state.
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Shantipur Assembly constituency is located in Nadia district of West Bengal. It is a part of Ranaghat (SC) Lok Sabha constituency but earlier it was a part of Navadwip Lok Sabha constituency.
In 2001, Shantipur had a total of 2,41,506 registered voters and 264 polling stations.
Voters voted in the last election
The 2016 2016 assembly elections were held in the Shantipur constituency. 6 86.11 percent.
Results of previous elections and winners
In the 2016 2016 Assembly elections, Arindam Bhattacharya of the Congress won the Shantipur Assembly constituency. He was convicted by the BJP in January this year. A few days after the graffiti rank change, Bhattacharya in Shantipur asked if he would have to leave the place within seven days or face death. “I am afraid it is the work of the Trinamool Congress. The team realizes that he is losing fast. Party leaders are trying to create an atmosphere of terror. I accept the challenge.
TMC’s Ajay Dey is contesting the April 17, fifth in eight episodes in the state.
According to the 2011 census, the population of Shantipur is 2,86.
Voting for two seats in Bengal for 30 seats will begin on March 3 and the last election for the West Bengal Assembly will be in seven phases. After the second phase of West Bengal Assembly elections on April 1 and the third phase for 300 seats, for April 10 for 44 seats, for the fourth for April 10, for the fifth seat for 45 seats, for the fifth seat for 22 seats on April 22. 2 for 3 seats. April 26 for the seventh stage and April 39 for the 35 seats in the final and eighth stages.
The election results will be announced on May 23.