59 Muslim candidates were elected to the new assembly in West Bengal

Posted on May 14, 2011

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All Eye on Muslim Vote

The increasing number of Muslim legislators since 1952 indicate a grave conspiracy. In 1952, there were only 6 Muslim legislators in the state assembly stand increased to 45 in the outgoing assembly. In the current assembly election 2011, the Left Front has fielded 56 Muslim candidates where as the TMC has fielded 42 and the Congress 20 candidates the total number of Muslim candidates being 118. Hindu votes are being divided into 5 or 6 groups, by these political outfits while the Muslim vote en-bloc, and in the process, Muslim candidates got elected. This is really worried because this time large number of muslim candidates have won assembly election 2011 in 5 States and Bengal will going to become another Assam soon. There were 105 Muslim MLAs in the five assemblies (West Bengal, Kerala, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry) together. Now the number has reached 130 – the big share has come from West Bengal where there was a mad rush for Muslim votes that were shifting from Left.

Full list of Muslim MLAs in new assemblies

West Bengal: 59 Muslim MLAs

Sl. No…Constituency—–Muslim MLA———-Party

  1. Amdanga——————-Rafiqur Rahaman——TMC
  2. Baduria———————-Abdul Gaffar Quazi—-INC
  3. Baishnab Nagar———–Isha Khan Choudhury—INC
  4. Basirhat Uttar————–Mostafa Bin Quasem—-CPI(M)
  5. Beldanga——————–Safiujjaman Seikh——–INC
  6. Bhagabangola————–Chand Mohammad—–Samajwadi Party (Marxist)
  7. Bharatpur——————-Id Mohammad——-Revolutionary Socialist Party
  8. Canning Purba————-Abdur Razzak Molla——-CPI(M)
  9. Chakulia——————–Ali Imran Ramz——Forward Bloc
  10. Champdani—————-Muzaffar Khan——-TMC
  11. Chanchal——————-Asif Mehbub———-INC
  12. Chapra———————Rukbanur Rahman—-TMC
  13. Chopra———————Hamidul Rahaman—–Independent
  14. Deganga——————–Dr. M. Nuruzzaman—-TMC
  15. Domkal——————–Anisur Rahaman———-CPI(M)
  16. Farakka——————–Mainul Haque————-INC
  17. Goalpokhar—————Md. Ghulam Rabbani——INC
  18. Hariharpara—————Insar Ali Biswas————CPI(M)
  19. Harischandrapur———Tajmul Hossain————–Forward Bloc
  20. Haroa———————-Julfikar Molla—————TMC
  21. Islampur——————-Abdul Karim Chowdhary—-TMC
  22. Jagatballavpur————Abul Kasem Molla——TMC
  23. Jalangi———————Abdur Razzak———–CPI(M)
  24. Jamuria——————–Jahanara Khan——CPI(M)
  25. Jangipur——————-Md. Sohrab——–INC
  26. Kaliganj——————-Nasiruddin Ahamed(Lal)—–TMC
  27. Kasba———————-Ahmed Javed Khan———–TMC
  28. Ketugram—————–Sekh Sahonawez—————TMC
  29. Khanakul—————–Iqbal Ahmed——————-TMC
  30. Kharagpur—————-Haque Nazmul————–CPI(M)
  31. Kolkata Port————–Firhad Hakim——-TMC
  32. Kumarganj—————-Begam Mahamuda——–TMC
  33. Labhpur——————-Islam Monirul————–TMC
  34. Lalgola——————–Abu Hena——————-INC
  35. Magrahat Paschim——–Giasuddin Molla———-TMC
  36. Malatipur——————-Abdur Rahim Boxi——-Revolutionary Socialist Party
  37. Memari———————Abul Hasem Mondal——-TMC
  38. Metiaburuz—————–Mamtaj Begam————-TMC
  39. Monteswar—————-Chowdhury Md Hedayatullah——CPI(M)
  40. Mothabari——————-Sabina Yeasmin——-INC
  41. Murarai———————-Nure Alam Chowdhury——–TMC
  42. Nandigram——————Phiroja Bibi————TMC
  43. Naoda————————Abu Taher Khan——INC
  44. Pandua———————–Amjad Hossain Sk.——CPI(M)
  45. Panskura Paschim———-Omar Ali———TMC
  46. Pursurah———————Parvez Rahman———-TMC
  47. Raghunathganj————-Akhruzzaman————INC
  48. Raniganj——————–Ali Sohrab———–TMC
  49. Raninagar——————-Firoza Begam———INC
  50. Rejinagar——————–Humayun Kabir————INC
  51. Samserganj—————–Touab Ali————–CPI(M)
  52. Sonarpur Uttar————-Firdousi Begum—-TMC
  53. Sujapur———————–Abu Nasar Khan Choudhury—- INC
  54. Uluberia Purba————-Haider Aziz Safwi—-TMC
  55. Suti—————————-Emani Biswas——–INC
  56. Palashipara——————S.M. Sadi————-CPI(M)
  57. Panchla———————-Gulsan Mullick———TMC
  58. Mangalkot——————-Sahajahan Choudhury———-CPI(M)
  59. Bhangore——————–Badal Jamadar—-CPI(M)
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