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|Vidhan Sabha constituency|
|District||South 24 Parganas|
|Type||Reserved for SC|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Jadavpur|
|Electorate (year)||188,910 (2011)|
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 137 Baruipur Purba (Vidhan Sabha constituency) (SC) is composed of the following: Bamangachi, Chaltaberia, Dhosa Chandaneshwar, Jangalia, Khakurdaha and Narayani Tala gram panchayats of Jaynagar I community development block and Begumpur, Belegachhi, Brindakhali, Champahati, Hardhah, Nabagram, Ramnagar I, Ramnagar II and South Garia gram panchayats of Baruipur community development block.
|Constituency||Name of M.L.A.||Party Affiliation|
|1951||Baruipore||Lalit Kumar Sinha||Communist Party of India|
|Abdus Shokur||Indian National Congress|
|1957||Baruipur||Khagendra Kumar Roy Choudhury||Communist Party of India|
|Gangadhar Naskar||Communist Party of India|
|1962||Sakti Kumar Sarkar||Indian National Congress|
|1967||Kumud Ranjan Mondal||Samyukta Socialist Party|
|1969||Kumud Ranjan Mondal||Samyukta Socialist Party|
|1971||Bimal Mistry||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|1972||Lalit Gayen||Indian National Congress|
|1977||Hemen Mojumdar||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|1982||Hemen Mojumdar||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|1987||Hemen Mojumdar||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|1991||Sovandeb Chattopadhyay||Indian National Congress|
|1996||Sovandeb Chattopadhyay||Indian National Congress|
|Bye Election,1998||Dr. Sujan Chakraborty||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|2001||Arup Bhadra||All India Trinamool Congress|
|2006||Rahul Ghosh||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
|Major boundary changes; constituency renamed as Barupur Purba|
|2011||Baruipur Purba||Nirmal Mandal||All India Trinamool Congress|
In 2011 Nirmal Mondal of Trinamool Congress defeated his nearest rival Bimal Mistry of CPI(M).
|Trinamool Congress||Nirmal Mandal||83,636||52.19|
|Trinamool Congress win (new seat)|
|Party||Seats won||Seat change|
|Indian National Congress||0||2|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist)||3||15|
|Revolutionary Socialist Party||1||2|
Note: New constituencies – 7, constituencies abolished – 8 (See template talk page for details)
In 2006 Rahul Ghosh of CPI(M) defeated his nearest rival Arup Bhadra of Trinamool Congress.
|Trinamool Congress||Arup Bhadra||76,633||45.10%|
|Independent||Abu Taleb Mondal||1,666||1.00%|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||Goutam Mitra||1,099||0.70%|
|CPI(M) gain from Trinamool Congress||Swing|
|Trinamool Congress||Arup Bhadra||71,340||47.27%|
|CPI(M)||Dr. Sujan Chakraborty||71,335||47.27%|
|BJP||Gopal Chandra Ghosh||3,638||2.41%|
|Independent||Chitta Ranjan Hazra||1,668||1.11%|
|Party of Democratic Socialism (India)||Anich Gazi||1,449||0.96%|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||Sasanka Sekhar Das||982||0.65%|
|Trinamool Congress gain from CPI(M)||Swing|
Up to 2006 Baruipur had a single seat. It was an open seat during the period. In the 2006 state assembly elections,Rahul Ghosh of CPI(M) won the Baruipur assembly seat defeating his nearest rival Arup Bhadra of Trinamool Congress. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned.Dr. Sujan Chakraborty of CPIM defeated Arup Bhadra of Trinamool Congress In 1998 bye election.Arup Bhadra of Trinamool Congress defeated Dr. Sujan Chakraborty of CPI(M) by 5 votes in 2001.Sovandeb Chattopadhyay of Congress defeated Dr. Sujan Chakraborty of CPI(M) in 1996and Hemen Mojumdar of CPI(M) in 1991.Hemen Mojumdar of CPI(M) defeated Arup Bhadra of Congress in 1987,Jalil Gazi of Congress in 1982and Ram Kanta Mondal of Congress in 1977.
During the period 1962 to 1972 the Baruipur seat was reserved for SC. Lalit Gayen of Congress won in 1972. Bimal Mistry of CPI(M) won in 1971.Kumud Ranjan Mondal of SSP won in 1969and 1967.Sakti Kumar Sarkar of Congress won in 1962.In 1957 and 1951 Baruipur had joint seats. Khagendra Kumar Roy Choudhury and Gangadhar Naskar, both of CPI, won in 1957.In independent India’s first election in 1951, Lalit Kumar Sinha of CPI and Abdus Shokur of Congress won from Baruipore (as it was then spelt).