West Bengal Assembly election 2021, Nanoor (SC) profile: PMC’s Shayamli Pradhan won his seat in 2016 polls – Politics News, The Bharat Express News

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According to the 2019 voters list, there are 2.65383 voters and 311 polling stations in this constituency. The turnout was 84.81% in the 2016 Assembly elections.

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The Assembly / Vidhan Sabha constituency of Nanoor (SC) is located in the Birbhum district of West Bengal. It falls under the constituency of Bolpur (SC) Lok Sabha.

According to the 2019 voters list, there are 2.65383 voters and 311 polling stations in this constituency. The turnout was 84.81% in the 2016 Assembly elections.

Results of past elections and winners

In the West Bengal Legislative Assembly election in 2016, Shyamali Pradhan of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) won the constituency.

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Nanoor Assembly District (SC) is home to a total of 3.41,595 people, of whom 98.46 percent are rural and 1.54 percent of the urban population.

In accordance with the orders of the Boundary Commission, Nanoor (Vidhan Sabha Constituency) (SC) is composed of Nanoor CD Block, and Bahiri Panchshowa, Kankalitala, Kasba, Sarpalehana Albandha, Sian Muluk and Singhee gram panchayats of Bolpur Sriniketan CD Block.

The West Bengal Assembly ballot will be held to elect a total of 294 members of the Legislative Assembly (MPs).

Election date and time

The Assembly constituency of Nanoor (SC) will go to the polls on April 29 as part of the eighth and final phase of the 2021 West Bengal Assembly election.

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Voting will start at 7 a.m. and continue until 6 p.m. An additional hour from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. has been reserved for COVID-19[female[feminine positive patients as well as those who isolate themselves at home.

The West Bengal Assembly elections are held in eight phases, down from seven the last time, starting with the ballot for 30 seats on March 27 as part of phase 1, 30 seats on April 1 as part of the phase 2, followed by the third phase on April 6 for 31 seats, the fourth phase on April 10 for 44 constituencies, the fifth phase on April 17 for 45 seats, the sixth phase for 43 seats on April 22, the seventh phase on 26 April for 36 seats and the last and eighth phase on April 29 for 35 seats from the squares.

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The state is held by the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC with an absolute majority, with Mamata Banerjee for her second consecutive term as Chief Minister. The ruling party is fighting a pitched battle with rival BJP and its allies in the NDA, while Congress-led Sanyukt Morcha is also a key player in the fray.

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