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Tezpur (Lok Sabha constituency)

Tezpur is a Lok Sabha constituency in Assam under the Sonitpur District.

Assembly segments

Tezpur Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments:[1]

  1. Dhekiajuli
  2. Barchalla
  3. Tezpur
  4. Rangapara
  5. Sootea
  6. Biswanath
  7. Behali
  8. Gohpur
  9. Bihpuria

Members of Parliament

  • 1957: Bijoy Chandra Bhagavati, Indian National Congress
  • 1962: Bijoy Chandra Bhagavati, Indian National Congress
  • 1967: Bijoy Chandra Bhagavati, Indian National Congress
  • 1971: Kamala Prasad Agarwala, Indian National Congress
  • 1977: Purna Narayan Sinha, Janata Party
  • 1984: Bipinpal Das, Indian National Congress
  • 1991: Swarup Upadhyay, Indian National Congress
  • 1996: Iswar Prasanna Hazarika, Indian National Congress
  • 1998: Moni Kumar Subba, Indian National Congress
  • 1999: Moni Kumar Subba, Indian National Congress
  • 2004: Moni Kumar Subba, Indian National Congress
  • 2009: Joseph Toppo, Asom Gana Parishad

See also


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