Bodo MLA In BTR | Bodoland | Assam

List of Bodo MLA in BTR, Assam: There are 126 MLAs in Assam, out of which 12 MLAs are from BTR, also known as Bodoland. In this article, we’ll share the details of the Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Bodo community of the BTR area.

BTR District-Wise MLA Seats

The Bodoland, officially known as Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), consists of 4 districts of Assam. There are 12 MLA seats in BTR. Out of 12 MLA assembly constituencies, 6 are reserved for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) people.

The BTR district-wise MLA seats are detailed below:

  1. Kokrajhar district: Kokrjhar district under BTR has 3 MLA seats, the three MLA assembly constituencies of Kokrajhar district of Assam are shared below.
    1. Gossaigaon 28 No. LAC
    2. Kokrajhar East (ST) 30 No. LAC
    3. Kokrajhar West (ST) 29 No. LAC
  2. Chirang district: Chirang district under BTR has 2 MLA seats, the two MLA assembly constituencies of Chirang district of Assam are shared below.
    1. Sidli (ST) 31 No. LAC
    2. Bijni 33 No. LAC
  3. Baksa district: Baksa district under BTR has 3 MLA seats, the three MLA assembly constituencies of Baksa district of Assam are shared below.
    1. Tamulpur 58 No. LAC
    2. Barama (ST) 62 No.LAC
    3. Chapaguri (ST) 63 No. LAC
  4. Udalguri district: Udalguri district under BTR has 4 MLA seats, the three MLA assembly constituencies of Udalguri district of Assam are shared below.
    1. Panery 64 No. LAC
    2. Udalguri (ST) 69 No. LAC
    3. Majbat 70 No. LAC
    4. Kalaigaon 65 No. LAC

Assam Legislative Assembly Election 2021

The last Assam Assembly Election 2021 was held in three Phases 27 March, 1 and 6 April 2021. The result was declared on 2 May 2021. Bodo candidates from the BTR contested in the MLA election from different political parties like UPPL, BPF, BJP, INC, and a few independently. Boro candidates won a total of 11 MLA seats in the 2021 Assam legislative assembly election from Bodoland. They are:

  1. 7 Bodo MLAs won from UPPL party
  2. 3 Bodo MLAs won from BPF party
  3. 2 Bodo MLA from BJP party

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List of the Bodo MLA in BTR (2021-26 Term)

There are 12 MLA constituencies in Bodoland, 3 in Kokrjahar, 2 in Chirang, 3 in Baksa, and 4 in Udalguri. Out of 12 MLA seats in BTC, 11 MLA are from the Bodo community. Following is the list of the Boro MLA in BTR, along with their name, constituency, district and Political Party.

The following are the Boro MLAs of Assam from the BTR region.

Sl. NoNameConstituencyDistrictPolitical Party
1Jiron BasumataryGossaigaon KokrajharUPPL
2 Rabiram NarzaryKokrajhar West (ST)KokrajharBPF
3Lawrence IslaryKokrajhar EastKokrajharUPPL
4Jayanta Basumatary Sidli (ST)ChirangUPPL
5Ajoy Kumar RoyBijniChirangBJP
6Jolen DaimaryTamulpurBaksaUPPL
7Bhupen BaroBarama (ST)BaksaUPPL
8Urkhao Gwra BrahmaChapaguri (ST)BaksaUPPL
9Biswajit DaimaryPaneryUdalguriBJP
10Gobinda Chandra BasumataryUdalguri (ST)UdalguriUPPL
11Charan BoroMajbat UdalguriBPF
12Durga Das BoroKalaigaonUdalguriBPF

Note:

  • MLA Ajoy Kumar Roy from Bijni LAC in Chirang district from BJP party is only the non-Bodo candidate.
  • Some part of the Kalaigon constituency falls under the Udalguri district and Mangaldoi district. The MLA Durga Das Boro from BPF party won the MLA seats in Kalaigaon constituency, we have included the same in the Udalguri district.
  • MLA Shri Urkhao Gwra Brahma from Chapaguri (ST) LAC in Baksa district is being inducted as Cabinet Minister from UPPL political Party out of 11 MLAs from Bodos. He is now both MLA and Minister.
  • MLA Biswajit Daimary from Panery LAC in UDalguri from BJP party is inducted as the Speaker of Assam Legislative Assembly.

Bypoll Election 2021

COVID 19 took the lives of 2 MLAs of BTR in 2021. These two MLAs were MLA Majendra Narzary from the Gossaigaon constituency and MLA Leho Ram Boro from the Tamulpur constituency. 

Because of the sudden death of the MLAs, a by-election was conducted on 30 October 2021, and the result was declared on 2 November 2021. 

  1. Shri Jiron Basumatary won the MLA seat from Gossaigon LAC in the by-election.
  2. Sri Jolen Daimary won the MLA seat from Tamulpur LAC in the by-election.

Other Bodo MLAs from Assam

Bodo community members also contest the MLA election outside the BTR area. The list of Boro people who won the MLA seat in the other LAC of Assam outside the BTR is shared below.

  1. INC Candidate Shri Jadab Swargiary won from the Dudhnai (ST) 36 No. LAC under Goalpara district.

List of Bodo MLAs from Bodoland (till date)

Some Lesser Known Facts about the MLAs from the Boro community.

  • Rupnath Brahma is the first Bodo MLA and Minister from the Bodo community. He contested from the Indian National Congress (INC) party at 31 Sidli LAC, reserved for ST and won twice in 1951 and 1962.
  • Pramila Rani Brahma is the longest-serving Bodo MLA from the Bodo community. She has been elected six times from the 30 Kokrajhar East LAC, reserved for ST from 1991 to 2016.
  • Rekha Rani Das Boro is the first Bodo woman MLA from the Bodo community. She was elected to MLA in 1985, thus making her the first. She won again in 1996. Both her win came from the 62 Barama LAC, reserved for ST.

List of Bodo MLA from 28 No Gossaigaon LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Jiron Basumaary2021 (By-Election)UPPL
Majendra Narzary2006, 2011, 2016, 2021BPF
Tajendra Narzary1991, 1996IND, AGP

List of Bodo MLA from 29 No Kokrajhar West LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Rabiram Narzary 2021, 2016BPF
Pradip Kumar Brahma2011BPF
Parameswar Brahma 2006, 1991IND
Hemendra Nath Brahma2001, 1996IND
Amrit Lal Basumatary1985INC (Socialist)
Ranendra Narayan Basumatary1983, 1978, 1967INC
Charan Narzary1972PTC

List of Bodo MLA from 30 No Kokrajhar East (ST) LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Lawrence Islary2021UPPL
Pramila Rani Brahma 2016, 2011BPF
Pramila Rani Brahma2006, 2001, 1996, 1991IND
Charan Narzary1985PTC
Dambarudhar Brahma1983INC
Samar Brahma Choudhury1978PTC

List of Bodo MLA from 31 No Sidli (ST) LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Joyanta Basumatary 2021UPPL
Chandan Brahma2016, 2011, 2006BPF
IND
Matindra Basumatary2001IND
Andrias Hajoary1996IND
Khiren Borgoyary1991IND
Janendra Basumatary 1985PTC
Luis Islari 1983INC
Panchanan Brahma1978PTC
Uttam Brahma 1972, 1967INC
Rupnath Brahma 1962, 1951INC

List of Bodo MLA from 33 No Bijni LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Kamal Sing Narzary2016, 2011, 2006BPF
Romio Brahma2001INC
Rohini Basumatary1996INC
Kamal Brahma1991INC
Ganesh Bora1985PTC
Padmalochan Boro1983INC

List of Bodo MLA from 58 No Tamulpur LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Jolen Daimary2021 (Bypoll)UPPL
Leho Ram Boro2021 (Incumbent)UPPL
Emmanuel Moshahary2016, 2011BPF
Chandi Basumatary2006INC
Biswajit Daimary2001INC
Derhagra Moshahary1996, 1991INC
Bhaben Narzinary1985INC

List of Bodo MLA from 62 No Barama (ST) LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Bhupen Baro2021UPPL
Maneswar Brahma2016, 2011, 2006BPF
IND
Rekha Rani Das Boro1996, 1985AGP
IND
Alit Chandra Boro1978PTC

List of Bodo MLA from 63 No Chapaguri (ST) LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Urkhao Gwra Brahma2021UPPL
Thaneswar Basumatary2016BPF
Hitesh Basumatary2011BPF
Thaneswar Basumatary2006IND
Tijen Basumatary2001IND
Jagmohan Basmatary 1996IND
Suren Swargiary1991, 1985AGP, IND

List of Bodo MLA from 64 No Panery LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Biswajit Daimary2021BJP
Kamali Basumatari2016, 2011, 2006, 2001BPF
INC
Karendra Basumatari1991INC
Durga Das Boro1985INC

List of Bodo MLA from 60 No Udalguri (ST) LAC

Name of the MLA Year of the ElectionPolitical Party
Gobinda Chandra Basumatary2021UPPL
Rihon Daimary2016, 2011
2006, 2001
BPF
IND
Deva Kanta Ramchiary1996IND
Jaman Singh Brahma1991INC
Binoy Kumar Basumtary1983,1978PTC

List of Bodo MLA from 70 No Majbat LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Charan Boro2021, 2016BPF
Rakheswar Brahma2011BPF
Karendra Basumatary2006, 2001IND

List of Bodo MLA from 65 No Kalaigaon LAC

Name of the MLAYear of the ElectionPolitical Party
Durga Das Boro2021BPF
Maheswar Baro2016, 2006BPF, IND
Nathu Boro2001IND
Jew Ram Boro1991IND

Abbreviation Used

  • LAC= Legislative Assembly Constituency
  • MLA=Member of Legislative Assemly
  • ST= Scheduled Tribes
  • BPF= Bodoland People’s Front
  • UPPL= United People’s Party Liberal
  • PTC= Plain Tribals Council of Assam
  • BJP= Bharatiya Janata Party
  • INC= Indian National Congress
  • IND=Independent
  • AGP= Asom Gana Paraishad
  • INC= Indian National Congress

FAQs

1. How many MLA are there in Bodoland ?

There are 11 MLA in Bodoland.

2. How many MLA seats are there in BTC Assam ?

BTC Assam has four districts namely, Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa, and Udalguri. These 4 districts of BTC Assam has 11 MLA seats in total.

3. How many Cabinet Minister in Assam legislative Assembly from Bodoland ?

There is only Cabinet Minister in Assam Legislative Assembly from Bodoland .

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