In the earlier election, Guha acquired 1,00,732 votes as towards 78,939 votes gained by his predominant opponent Akshay Thakur of All India Forward Bloc
Two-time MLA Udayan Guha might be contesting from the Dinhata constituency as a Trinamool Congress candidate within the upcoming West Bengal Assembly polls.
Guha will tackle Lok Sabha MP Nisith Pramanik, who converted from the TMC to the BJP final yr, on 10 April within the fourth of the eight-phased Assembly election.
Of the seven districts in Coochbehar — Mekliganj, Mathabhanga, Sitalkuchi, Sitai, Dinhata, Tufanganj, and Coochbehar Uttar — the TMC had gained six Assembly segments within the 2016 polls, apart from the final.
In the earlier election, Guha received 1,00,732 votes as towards 78,939 votes gained by his predominant opponent Akshay Thakur of All India Forward Bloc. The AITC and BJP obtained 45.04 % and 11.42 % votes respectively within the 2016 polls.
Guha was additionally voted to energy from the seat within the 2011 Assembly polls. A Forward Bloc MLA from Dinhata, Guha joined Trinamool Congress on 1 October, 2015.
The Assembly constituency of Dinhata is positioned within the Cooch Behar district of West Bengal. It falls underneath the Cooch Behar (SC) Lok Sabha constituency.
Guha holds a Bachelor in Science diploma and graduated from Dinhata College, North Bengal University in 1975.
Voting for the West Bengal election will start on 27 March, with Bengal having the utmost eight phases persevering with until 29 April. Including Dinhata, 43 Assembly seats will go to polls within the fourth part. The outcomes of the election might be declared on 2 May.
The state is held by the AITC with an absolute majority, with Mamata Banerjee on her second consecutive time period as chief minister. The ruling occasion is combating a pitched battle with archrival BJP, whereas the Congress-led alliance can also be a key participant within the fray.
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