Thowra (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

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Thowra (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of Assam Legislative Assembly. Thowra forms part of the Jorhat Lok Sabha constituency The main area is located around a tea garden known as Thowra Tea Estate. As such, though it is one of the many tea gardens in Assam, it boosts of having a golf field. However recently, the field lacks maintenance and is a common grazing ground.

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Members of Legislative Assembly

Election results

2016 result

2016 Assam Legislative Assembly election: Thowra
PartyCandidateVotes%±
BJP Kushal Dowari 41,56048.41
INC Sushanta Borgohain40,33446.98
CPI Kushal Borgohain2,0662.40
NOTA None of the above1,8762.18
Majority1,2261.43
Turnout 85,83686.04
Registered electors 99,755
BJP gain from INC Swing

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