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|Type||Reserved for SC|
|Lok Sabha constituency||1 Cooch Behar (SC)|
|Electorate (year)||209,081 (2011)|
As per orders of the Delimitation Commission, No. 6 Sitai (Vidhan Sabha constituency) covers Sitai community development block and Bara Atiabari I, Bara Atiabari II, Bara Soulmari, Bhetaguri II, Gitaldaha I, Gitaldaha II, Gosanimari I, Gosanimari II, Matalhat, Okrabari and Petla Putimari II gram panchayats of Dinhata I community development block.
|Constituency||Name of M.L.A.||Party Affiliation|
|1967||Sitai||Dr. Md. Fazle Haque||Indian National Congress|
|1969||Dr. Md. Fazle Haque||Indian National Congress|
|1971||Dr. Md. Fazle Haque||Indian National Congress|
|1972||Dr. Md.Fazle Haque||Indian National Congress|
|1977||Dipak Sengupta||Forward Bloc|
|1982||Dipak Sengupta||Forward Bloc|
|1987||Dipak Sengupta||Forward Bloc|
|1991||Dipak Sengupta||Forward Bloc|
|1996||Dr. Md. Fazle Haq||Independent |
|2001||Nripenra Nath Roy||Forward Bloc|
|2006||Dr.Md. Fazle Haque||Indian National Congress|
|2011||Keshab Chandra Roy||Indian National Congress|
In the 2011 elections, Keshab Chandra Roy of Congress defeated his nearest rival Dipak Kumar Roy of AIFB.
|INC||Keshab Chandra Ray||79,791||46.63||-0.67|
|Forward Bloc||Dipak Kumar Roy||78,214||45.71||+1.62|
|BJP||Brajo Gobinda Barman||5,185||3.03|
|SUCI||Anil Chandra Barman Roy||2,035|
|INC hold||Swing||- 2.29|
|Party||Seats won||Seat change|
|Indian National Congress||1||0|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist)||0||4|
In the 2006 state assembly elections, Dr. Md. Fazle Haque of Congress won the Sitai seat defeating his nearest rival Nripendra Nath Roy of Forward Bloc. Contests in most years were multi cornered but only winners and runners are being mentioned. In 2001, Nripendra Nath Roy of Forward Bloc defeated Dr. Md. Fazle Haque of Congress. In 1996, Dr. Md. Fazle Haque, Independent, defeated Nripendra Nath Roy of Forward Bloc. Dipak Sengupta of Forward Block defeated Dr. Md. Fazle Haque of Congress in 1991, 1987 and 1982, and Sushil Roy Sarkar of Congress in 1977.