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THE DIMA HASAO DISTRICT AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL


·         THE BACK DROP

·         COUNCIL UNDER THE ADMINISTRATOR

·         FIRST DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         SECOND DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         THIRD DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         FOURTH DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         FIFTH DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         SIXTH DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         SEVENTH DISTRICT COUNCIL

·         EIGHTH AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL

·         NINTH AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL

·         TENTH AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL

 

THE BACK DROP OF DIMA HASAO AUTONOMOUS COUNCIL

 

The story of the Dima Hasao (formerly N.C Hills) District presents a very chequered history. As it were, the district passed through periods of stress and strain before it acquired the present socio-political identity.

 

Before the British occupation, the Dima Hasao district was a part of Dimasa Kingdom that extended at the time upto the whole area of Cachar District, the present Karbi Anglong District, a major portion of Nagaon District and parts of Nagaland including Dimapur right upto Nichu Guard on Dimapur-Kohima Road. The Dimasa Kings had their capitals at Dimapur (Nagaland), Maibang (Dima Hasao now Dima Hasao), Khaspur and lastly at Haritakhar now in Cachar District.

 

The Dimasa Kingdom was annexed to the British Empire under the Doctrine of Lapse on the 15th August,1832 after the assassination of last Dimasa king Maharaja Govinda Chandra Narayan in 1830 AD.

 

Of course, even after the death of last Dimasa king the territory North of Barail Hills was ruled by the last Dimasa General named Tularam. His sovereignty over the territory was also acknowledged by the Britishers. But with his death in 1854 AD, succession to this Kingdom by his son was denied and the entire territory was annexed to Nagaon District. Later on the portion now occupied by the Dima Hasao District was attached to newly created Naga Hills district. In early eighties of the last century an administrative Unit with its headquarters at Asalu was established. Shortly after that Dima Hasao was separated from Naga Hills and tagged to District of Cachar as its Sub Division. In 1880 AD the Sub Divisional Headquarters was established at Gunjung. And finally in 1895 AD the Sub Divisional Headquarters was again shifted to Haflong. Since then it remained as Headquarters of Dima Hasao.

 

Since its amalgamation with District of Cachar, Dima Hasao was a Sub Division of that District and was administered as an Excluded Area till India attained independence in 1947. This is how the name of the district came to be known as North Cachar Hills. Later, in 1951, it was amalgamated with Mikir Hills (Present Karbi Anglong District) and formed a separate Civil District of United Mikir and Dima Hasao. Dima Hasao remained as a Sub Division of that district until February 2, 1970 on which date it attained its present status as a full-flagged Civil District.



AUTONOMOUS STATUS

The Dima Hasao District is an Autonomous District constituted under the provision of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India. The Dima Hasao Autonomous Council may be described as a “State in miniature” having all the paraphernalia of a Govt. like Legislative, Executive and Judiciary. It has full autonomy to legislate and administer the subjects like land, revenue, primary education, customary laws etc. assigned to it under Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India. The Deputy Commissioner who on the other hand runs the Civil Administration including the law and order is the head of the District.

 

On the 29th April,1952, the District Council, as an autonomous body came into being which marked a new era in the history of Dima Hasao. Initially the District Council got on the saddle of autonomy with 12 elected members, 4 nominated members and a Secretary; with the provision of Chief Executive Member and its 2 Executive Members.  The Sub- Divisional Officer (Civil), Dima Hasao Sub Division occupied as Ex- Officio Chairman of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council at that time for 6 years as per provision of Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of Districts Council) Rules 1951.

 

Since then it went through a process of tremendous expansion in both in its structure and content. During the Second District Council 1957-1962 and the third District Council 1962-1968, many shapes of administrative set up to the machineries of Council establishment have been moulded by creating different departments in the Counci9l, such as PWD, Forest, Primary education, Planning & development ( now Rural Development ), Market, Transport & Workshop etc. ; though Revenue, judicial, Legislative department were initially started during the first District Council as envisaged under Paragraph 3 of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India.

 

In the Fourth District Council, 1968-1973, the strength of public representatives to the Council was increased to from 16 to 24 including 4 nominated members. And one more seat of Executive Member was also sanctioned. Thus, the total number of Executive Member of the Council had been raised to 4 in 1970.

 

Again, during the Fifth District Council in 1974 – 1980, the Provision of Rule 19 (1) of the Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of Districts Council) Rules 1951 was amended and increased the numbers of Executive Members in the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council from 4 to 7.

 

In the Sixth District Council 1980-1987, the strength of the Council was further enhanced from 24 to 27 members including 4 nominations in the Council.

 

The Seventh District Council 1987-1996 was termed as the longest District Council life, which lasted for almost 9 years. Within that period, the Provision of Rule 19 (1) of the Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of Districts Council) Rules 1951 was again amended, and increased the post of Executive Member from 7 to 9.

 

The term of the Eight Autonomous Council was from 1996-2001. One of the great landmark achievements of the Council was major entrustment of Government Departments to the Council, which was a long standing demand of the Council.  Under Para 6(2) of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India altogether 30 development Departments are placed under the direct control of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council.

 

The Ninth Autonomous Council began from 21-12-2001 with formation of Executive Committee in January, 2002.During the period, the post of Executive Members was increased from 9 to 12. And as per the amended in the Constitution of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council (Thirty fourth) Amendment Act,2007, the numbers of Council Constituency was also increased from 23 to 28 with the inclusion of Hamri, Lower Kharthong, Dolong, Diger and Semkhor constituency.   

 



COUNCIL UNDER THE ADMINISTRATOR

During Fifth District Council: In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub - Paragraph 2 of Paragraph 16 of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India, the Governor of Assam took over the administration of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council on 3rd November, 1978 and was under the Administrator till 18th October, 1979.

 

During Sixth District Council: In July, 1983 the Governor of Assam took over the administration of the Autonomous District Council as Sri K K Hojai resigned. The Council was under the Administrator till the Governor of Assam summoned the Council session to elect the CEM on 23rd September,1983.

 

In April, 1986 before the expiry of the Sixth District Council the Governor of Assam suspended the administration of the Autonomous District Council headed by CEM Sri G C Hojai and seized all powers and functions from the members of the Executive Committee as well as Chairman with effect from April, 1986 till the holding of Council session to elect the CEM on 12th May, 1986.

 

During Seventh District Council: From 16-06-96, the administration of the Council was under the Administrator till Sri Prakanta Warisa was elected as Chief Executive Member unopposed on 20-6-96.

 

During Eighth Autonomous Council: Due to expiry of the term of the Eighth Autonomous Council from 14-6-2001 to 8-01-2002, the Council administration was under the Administrator.

 

During Ninth Autonomous Council: The life of the Ninth Autonomous Council was due to expire on 20-12-2006. In the meantime, the Government of Assam vide Notification No. HAD.96/2006/41 Dated Dispur, the 15th December, 2006extended the term of the Ninth Autonomous Council by Six months on the date of the first meeting of the newly elected Council after the delimitation exercise, whichever is earlier. But the Chief Justice B S Reddy and Judge B P Katakey of Hon’ble Gauhati High Court on 20-12-06 in their interim judgment suspended the operation of the said notification until further order and made it open for the Governor of Assam to take an appropriate decision in the matter in exercise of the powers conferred under 16(2) of the Sixth Schedule. In view of this, Deputy Commissioner of Dima Hasao Sri Anil Kumar Baruah took over the charge of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council as Administrator on 22-12-06.  Again, following the Hon’ble Gauhati High Courts historical verdict in the PIL No. 1 of 2007 and PIL No. 85 of 2006, the Executive Committee headed by Chief Executive Member Sri Purnendu Langthasa resumed the charge of the Office of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on 7th April ,2007 and continued till 4th June, 2007.

 

In view of the brutal killing of Chief Executive Member of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council Sri Purnendu Langthasa along with Executive Member Sri Nindu Langthasa on 4th June, 2007 (Monday) at Langlai Hasnu village under the Dihangi constituency of the Council while they were in election campaign and recovery of the dead body of Deputy Chairman of the Council Sri Ajit Bodo at Kalachand under Maibang Sub Division on the same day, the Governor of Assam, in exercise of power as stated in the provision to Sub-Para 6 (A) of paragraph 2 of the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India read with Rule 4 of Assam Autonomous District (Constitution of District Council) Rules,1951, postponed the election of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council vide Notification No.HAD-23/2006/119 issued on 8th June,2007.

 

Again, in pursuance of the Government Notification No. HAD.89/2006/37 Dated 21-06-07 and No. HAD.89/2006/38 Dated21-6-07 from the Commissioner and Secretary to the Government of Assam, Hill Areas Department, Sri Anil Kumar Baruah, Deputy Commissioner of Dima Hasao assumed the charge as Administrator of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council with effect from 21-6-07 till the taking over of charge of the CEM by Sri Depolal Hojai.

 

During Tenth Autonomous Council: On 12th June, 2009 vide notification No.HAD.457/2008/46 the Governor of Assam assumed all the powers and functions of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council and later-on vide Notification No. HAD.457/2008/58 Dated 4th July, 2009 appointed Md. Alauddin, IAS to exercise all the functions and powers exercisable by the Council and its Executive Committee, Chief Executive Member, Chairman, Deputy Chairman and Executive Members, subject to such directions as may be issued by the Governor of Assam from time to time. In persuasion of this notification, Md. Alauddin,IAS has joined as Administrator of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on 6th July,2009.And after his retirement Shri. Harish Sonowal,IAS,Principal Secretary,HAD, acted as Administrator during 11-12-09 up to the taking over charge of the CEM by Shri. Samarjit Haflongbar on 07-01-2010.

 



LOOKING BACK

First District Council

The Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council started its functioning with its elected members from 29th April, 1952with headquarter at Haflong

Members

Constituencies

1

Sri  C H Khotlang

Khuongluong

2

Sri  S R Thaosen

Langting

3

Sri  D B Thaosen

Hajadisa

4

Sri  Dinomoni Kemprai

Gungung

5

Sri  Inchekambe Jeme

Laisong

6

Sri  K K Hojai

Harangajao

7

Sri  T K Thadou

Mahur

8

Sri  Harimay  Das Barman

Haflong

9

Sri  Bangkreng  Ingti

Garampani

10

Sri  S C  Hojai

Maibang

11

Sri  R C Langthasa

Kalachand

12

Sri  C T Thanga

Kamphai

13

Sri  Roia Biate

Kamphai (bye election)

In the first general election, the Autonomous District Council had strength of 12 elected Members and four nominated members. The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District by the Governor of Assam:

1. Sri Joy Bhadra Hagjer

2. Sri Surendra Shiangshai

3. Sri D  Hojai

4 Sri Namkaibui Jeme

 

According to Autonomous District Council rules, the Chairman of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council was to be the Sub-Divisional Officer for the first six years of its life. As such the office of the Chairman was held by the Sub-Divisional Officer for the first six years and Sri C T Thanga was elected the Deputy Chairman.

 

The first District Council met in June, 1952 and elected Sri C H Khotlang as Chief Executive Member who selected Sri S R Thaosen and Sri J B Hagjer as Executive Members. Sri J B Hagjer was appointed Parliamentary Secretary in 1954 and he resigned his membership of the Executive Committee and in his place Sri D B Thaosen was appointed Executive Member.

 

Sri C T Thanga, Deputy Chairman of the District Council and a Member from the Kamphai constituency died before the completion of the first District Council term. To fill up the vacant seat bye election was held and Sri Roia Biate elected.

 



Second District Council

In 1957, the second general election to the Autonomous District Council was and the following persons were elected as Members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council.

Members

Constituencies

1

Sri  P C  Langthasa

Maibang

2

Sri  Harimay Das Barman

Haflong

3

Sri  Haulung Hmar

Khuongluong

4

Sri  S R Thaosen

Kalachand

5

Sri  D B Thaosen

Langting

6

Sri  Kuloda Hojai

Hajadisa

7

Sri  M C  Daulagupu

Harangajao

8

Sri  Joymoni Hojai

Gunjung

9

Sri  Bently Hanse

Garampani

10

Sri  Inchekambe Jeme

Laisong

11

Sri  Ingimbe  Jeme

Kamphai

12

Sri  Gonaram Sengyung

Mahur

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Second Autonomous District Council by the governor ofAssam, namely:

1. Sri Joy Bhadra Hagjer

2. Sri  J N  Thaosen

3. Sri Varthoi Hrangkhol

4. Sri Seingul Thadou

 

It may be noted that the election to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman were to be held simultaneously, but the Sub-Divisional Officer and Ex-officio Chairman were to continue to function for another one year to complete the first six years of its life as provided for under rules. Election of the Deputy Chairman was held and Sri M C Daolagupu was elected unanimously.

           

The Second Autonomous District Council elected Sri P C Langthasa as the Chief Executive Member. Sri P C Langthasa selected the following members to be members of the Executive Committee:

1. Sri Harimay Das Barman

2. Sri Haulung Hmar 

           

In 1958, after the expiry of the six years period, the office of the Chairman held by the Sub-Divisional Officer came to an end. But election could not be held, so Sri M C Daolagupu, continued to function as Deputy Chairman, without the Chairman till 9th December, 1960.

           

After two years, the three nominated members Sri J N Thaosen, Sri Varthoi Hrangkhol and Sri Seingul Thadou were denominated and the following persons were nominated.

 

1. Sri Thangthinkhup Changsan

2. Sri Sumlasiek Hrangkhol

3. Sri  Hamdhan Mohan  Haflongbar

           

On 6th December, 1960 election of Chairman was held, Sri H M Haflongbar was elected Chairman uncontested.

           

One of the notable features of the Second District Council election was that the election of Sri Kuloda Ranjan Hojai a Member of the Autonomous District Council from Hajadisa constituency was declared null and void by a verdict of court as the elected member did not have a requisite age for membership of the District Council of an Autonomous District. To fill up the vacant seat of that constituency, bye election was held and Sri Roshanan Naiding was elected.

           

A few months before the date of the Third District Council general election, Sri S R Thaosen tabled a motion of no-confidence against the Executive Committee headed by Sri P C Langthasa. At the same time the Deputy Chairman, Sri M C Daulagupu submitted his resignation from the post of Deputy Chairman. The Chairman, Sri H M Haflongbar too handed over his resignation to the Secretary. So there was no Chairman or Deputy Chairman to preside over the meeting called for on1st January,1962 to consider the no-confidence motion. The situation was further complicated by the resignation of CEM, Sri P C Langthasa. Thus, there was neither the Chairman, nor the    Deputy            Chairman, nor the Executive Committee to carry on the administration of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council. So the Governor appointed Sri Ingimba Jeme as the Chairman and the following members to be the care-taker Executive Committee.

 

1. Sri S.R. Thaosen, Chief Executive Member.

2. Sri M.C. Daulagupuy, Executive Member.

3. Sri Thangtinkhup Changsan , Executive Member.



Third District Council

In February, 1962, the third general election to the Autonomous District Council was held and the following persons were elected as members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council, namely:

Members

Constituencies

1

Sri  S R  Thaosen

Hajadisa

2

Sri  G C  Langthasa

Gunjung

3

Sri  Lalvuona Hmar

Khuongluong

4

Sri  P K Gorlosa

Kalachand

5

Sri  N K  Daulagupu

Haflong

6

Sri  J B  Hagjer

Mahur

7

Sri  K N Thaosen

Langting

8

Sri  Thonghen Rhadou

Harangajao

9

Sri  Inchekambe Jeme

Dihamlai

10

Sri  Longthu Rongphar

Garampani

11

Sri  P C  Langthasa

Maibang

12

Sri  Deisonbe Jeme

Lisong

 

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District Council by the Governor of Assam, namely:

 

1. Sri Thangtinkhup Changsan

2. Sri Hambang Bathari

3. Sri Namkiabui Jeme

4. Sri K B Shai

           

The Third District Council met on 10th May, 1962 to elect its Chairman. There were two candidates Sri Deisongbe Jeme and Sri P K Gorlosa. The nomination paper of Sri Deisongbe Jeme was invalid. Sri P K Gorlosa was declared elected as Chairman. On 12th May, 1962 election of the Chief Executive Member was held. Sri S R Thaosen was elected as Chief Executive Member. Sri S R Thaosen selected the following members to be his colleagues:

1. Sri G C Langthasa

2. Sri Lalvuina Hmar

           

In January, 1967 Sri P K Gorlosa, Chairman, submitted his resignation. On 28th May, 1067 a meeting of the District Council was held for the election of the Chairman and Sri P C Langthasa was elected Chairman uncontested.

           

On 7th November, 1067 a no-confidence motion against the Chief Executive Member was moved by Sri Thonghen Thadou. Accordingly the Motion was passed and the Executive Committee was removed from office.

           

Election of the new Chief Executive Member was held on 9th November, 1967. Sri S R Thaosen was again elected as the Chief Executive Member. Sri S R Thaosen selected the following members to be members of the Executive Committee with effect from November, 1067.

1. Sri P K Gorlosa

2. Sri K N Thaosen

3. Sri Thonghen Thadou   

 



Fourth District Council

In 1968, the fourth general election of the Autonomous District Council was held. The strength of the District Council was increased from 16 to 24 including 4 nominated members. The following person was elected as Members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council.

Members

Constituencies

1

Sri  R C  Langthasa

Kalachand

2

Sri  G C  Langthasa

Dihangi

3

Sri  N K Bathari

Harangagao

4

Sri  Semeon Jeme

Laisong

5

Sri  Lalvuona Hmar

Jinam Valley

6

Sri  Sar Millik

Garampani

7

Sri  S R  Thaosen

Diyungmulh

8

Sri  Thonghen Thadou

Borail

9

Sri  J N Naiding

Mahur

10

Sri  Paochituing Jeme

Hangrum

11

Smti.  Nirupama Hagjer

Haflong

12

Sri  P C  Langthasa

Maibang (East)

13

Sri  G C Hojai

Maibang (West)

14

Sri  Mohendra Bathari

Hajadisa

15

Sri  K R  Hojai

Wajao

16

Sri  K Longmailai

Gunjung

17

Sri  K N  Thaosen

Langting

18

Sri  P K  Gorlosa

Hadingma

19

Sri  Haiphei Jeme

Dihamlai

20

Sri  Thianga Nampui

Kharthong

 

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District Council by the Governor of Assam, namely:

1. Sri Karpu Lama

2. Sri S K  Dey

3. Sri M S  Purusa

4. Sri Roisunsiek Harangkhol.

           

The Fourth District Council met on 7th August, 1968 to elect the Chairman. There were two nominations, both of them in favour of Sri Lalvuona Hmar. Sri Lalvuona Hmar was declared elected as Chairman. The election of Deputy Chairman was also held simultaneously. Sri Sar Millik was elected as Deputy Chairman. On 24th August, 1968, the District Council met again for election of the Chief Executive Member. Sri R C Langthasa was elected Chief Executive Member. The Chief Executive Member selected the following member to be members of the Executive Committee, namely.

1. Sri G C Langthasa

2. Sri N K Bathari

3. Sri Semeon Jeme

           

Strength of the Executive Committee members was increased by one more and in June, 1970. Sri Lalvuona Hmar was appointed Executive Member and resigned from the Chairmanship of the District Council, and Sri S R Thaosen elected Chairman.

           

On 26th November, 1971 Sri R C Langthasa, resigned from the office of the Chief Executive Member and Sri G C Langthasa was elected unanimously. Sri G C Langthasa, CEM, constituted the Executive Committee from 26.11.71 till the Fifth District Council general election as follows:

 

1. Sri Semeon Jeme

2. Sri Lalvuona Hamar

3. Sri N K Bathari

4. Sri G C Hojai



Fifth District Council

In 1973, the fifth general election of the Autonomous Council was held and the following persons were elected as Member of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council:

Sl. No.

Name of Members

Constituencies

1

Sri G C Langthasa

Dihangi 

2

Sri Lalvuona Hmar

Jinam Valley 

3

Sri K R Hojai

Wajao

4

Sri Nalendra Karigapsa

Kalachand

5

Sri A C Haflongbar

Gunjung

6

Sri Haipei Jeme

Dihamlai

7

Sri N K Bathari

Harangajao

8

Sri Paochituing Jeme

Hangrum

9

Sri Tuokhopao Changsan

Borail

10

Sri Thianga Nampui

Kharthong

11

Sri N C Kemprai

Diyungmukh

12

Sri Namteubui Jeme

Laisong

13

Smti. Promila Hojai

Hadingma

14

Sri S C Hojai

Maibang (East)

15

Sri Sar Milik

Garampani

16

Sri N K Daolagupu

Hajadisa

17

Sri K N Thaosen

Langting

18

Sri J Naiding

Mahur

19

Sri G C Hojai

Maibang (West)

20

Sri S R Thaosen

Haflong

During the Fifth District Council(1974 – 1980), the Provision of Rule 19 (1) of the Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of Districts Council) Rules 1951 was amended and increased the seat of Executive Members in the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council from 4 to 7.

 

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District Council by the Governor of Assam.

1.      Sri B K Dev Roy

2.      Sri Letlam Thadou

3.      Sri R Hrangkhol

4.      Sri Somnath Upadhaya

 

During the Fifth District Council term, the following persons hold the charge of the Chairman of Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council :

1.      Sri Thanga Nampui    1974

2.      Sri S C Hojai              1974-1979

3.      Sri N K Bathari           1979-1980

 

The Fifth District Council met on 26th February, 1974 to elect the Chief Executive Member. Sri G C Langthasa was elected as the CEM. During the Fifth District Council strength of the Executive Committee was increased from five to eight. CEM Sri G C Langthasa selected the following members to be the Member of the Executive Committee :

 

1.      Sri Lalvuona Hmar, EM

2.      Sri K R Hojai, EM

3.      Sri Thianga Nampui, EM

4.      Sri N C Kemprai, EM

5.      Sri Sar Milik, Deputy EM

6.      Sri Haipei Jeme, Deputy EM

7.      Sri Nalendra Karigapsa, Deputy EM

 

Nominated Member Sri B K Dev Roy died in the middle of the Fifth District Council and in his place Sri Subhash Chandra Dey was nominated.

 

In July, 1978, one of the sitting members of the Executive Committee, Sri K R Hojai got out of the office of the Executive Member and in his place Smti. Promila Hojai was included as an Executive Member with effect from August, 1978.

 

The following persons were again nominated by the Governor of Assam with effect from 14th July,1978 by denominating the existing nominated members:

1.      Sri K K Hojai

2.      Sri Harimoy Das Barman

3.      Sri Ijirangbe Jeme

4.      Sri Somnath Upadhaya

 

In exercise of the powers conferred by Sub - Paragraph 2 of Paragraph 16 of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India, the Governor of Assam took over the administration of the Autonomous District Council on 3rd November, 1978 and was under the Administrator till 18th October, 1979.

 

The Governor of Assam summoned the District Council session to meet on 10th October, 1979 at 11 AM to elect the Chief Executive Member, in which Sri K K Hojai was declared as CEM. The Chief Executive Member selected the following members to be the member of the Executive Committee :

 

1.      Sri K N Thaosen

2.      Sri K R Hojai

3.      Sri N C Kemprai

4.      Sri H P Jeme

5.      Sri Tuokhopao Changson

6.      Sri A C Haflongbar

7.      Sri Ijirangbe Jeme

 

 



 

Sixth District Council

In 1980 elective constituencies were increased to 23. The Sixth general Election of the Autonomous District Council was held and the following persons were elected as Member of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council :

Sl. No.

Name of Members

Constituencies

1

Sri K K Hojai

Haflong

2

Sri K N Thaosen

Langting

3

Sri K R Hojai

Wajao

4

Sri N C Kemprai

Diyungmukh

5

Sri A C Haflongbar

Gunjung

6

Sri Ijirangbe Jeme

Dihamlai

7

Sri P C Langthasa

Dautuhaja

8

Sri Nzukambe Jeme

Hangrum

9

Sri Tuokhopao Changsan

Borail

10

Sri Jamchongrenga Biate

Kharthong

11

Sri Brojendra Sengyung

Dihangi

12

Sri Lodigambe Jeme

Laisong

13

Sri N K Daolagupu

Hatikhali

14

Sri S C Hojai

Maibang (East)

15

Sri Elisha Chingthong

Garampani

16

Sri G C Hojai

Hajadisa

17

Sri Obasting Pachuon

Jatinga

18

Sri J M Bodo

Mahur

19

Sri Laldothang Khojol

Jinam Valley

20

Sri Nalendra Karigapsa

Kalachand

21

Sri J L Jidung

Maibang (West)

22

Sri Maino Kemprai

Hadingma

23

Sri Birat Langthasa

Harangajao

24

Sri G C Langthasa

Hadingma (Bye Election)

 

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District Council by the Governor of Assam.

 

1.      Sri D Hojai

2.      Sri S N Upadhaya

3.      Sri B B Chakravarty

4.      Smt. Nirupama Hagjer

 

During the Sixth District Council term, there were as many as three changes in the Chairmanship as well as Deputy Chairman. The members who holds the post of Chairman and Deputy Chairman were as follows :

 

Chairman

1. Sri P C Langthasa        1980-83

2. Sri S C Hojai                1983-86

3. Sri P C Langthasa        1986-87

 

Deputy Chairman

1.      Sri Nzukambe Jeme  1980-83

2.      Sri J L Jidung             1983-86

3.      Sri Lodigumbe Jeme  1986-87

 

The Sixth District Council  met on 26th March,1980 to elect the Chief Executive Member. Sri K K Hojai was elected as the Chief Executive Member. The CEM selected the following members to be the member of the Executive Committee :

1.      Sri K N Thaosen

2.      Sri K R Hojai

3.      Sri N C Kemprai

4.      Sri A C Haflongbar

5.      Sri Ijirangbe Jeme

6.      Sri Tuokhopao Changsan

7.      Sri Jamchongrenga Biate

 

Sri Maino Kemprai, elected member from Hadingma constituency died in July, 1982. To fill up the vacant post of the said constituency, bye election was held in March,1983 and Sri G C Langthasa was elected.

 

In July, 1983 the Governor of Assam took over the administration of the Autonomous District Council as Sri K K Hojai resigned.

 

The Governor of Assam summoned the Council session to elect the CEM on 23rd September,1983. Sri G C Hojai was elected as the CEM. The CEM selected the following members to be the member of the Executive Committee :

1.      Sri N Karigapsa

2.      Sri J M Bodo

3.      Sri Obatsting Pachuon

4.      Sri Laldothang Khojol

5.      Sri Elisha Chingthong

6.      Sri Birat Langthasa

7.      Sri Nzukambe Jeme 

 

Consequent upon formation of the new Executive Committee all the four nominated members were denominated and the following persons were nominated :

1.      Sri Lienpuisiek Hrangkhol

2.      Sri Karpu Lama

3.      Sri S K Paul

4.      Sri T Haulai

 

In April, 1986 before the expiry of the Sixth District Council the Governor of Assam suspended the administration of the Autonomous District Council headed by CEM Sri G C Hojai and seized all powers and functions from the members of the executive Committee as well as Chairman with effect from April, 1986. Consequent upon the suspension of the administration, all the nominated members were denominated and the following persons were nominated :

1.      Sri Pabitra Kemprai

2.      Sri Lakhyamoni Ardao

3.      Sri J N Langthasa

4.      Sri Laljomthang Hmar

 

 

The Governor of Assam summoned the Council session to elect the CEM on 12th May, 1986. There were two candidates for the office of the CEM. Sri Pabitra Kemprai and the other one is Sri G C Hojai. Sri Pabitra Kemprai was elected as the CEM. The CEM selected the following persons to be the member of the Executive Committee :

1.      Sri A C Haflongbar

2.      Sri Tuokhopao Changsan

3.      Sri Nzukambe Jeme 

4.      Sri K N Thaosen

5.      Sri N C Kemprai

6.      Sri Sri Jamchongrenga Biate

7.      Sri Brojendra Sengyung

 

After formation of the new Executive Committee the following three nominated members were denominated :

1.      Sri L M Ardao

2.      Sri J N Langthasa

3.      Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

The following persons were nominated with effect from 20th June, 1987 :

1.      Sri Khwvelthang Hmar

2.      Sri S K Dev (Satu babu)

3.      Sri S Hrangkhol

 

From July, 1987 the strength of the Executive Committee was raised to 10 and Sri Elisha Chingthong and Sri J M Bodo were appointed as Executive Member.

 



Seventh District Council

In November, 1987 the seventh General election of the Autonomous District Council was held and the following persons were elected members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council :

Sl. No.

Name of Members

Constituencies

1

Sri G C Langthasa

Mahur

2

Sri R K Daolagupu

Haflong

3

Sri Obasting Pachuon

Jatinga

4

Sri Athong Lienthang

Borail

5

Sri Samsadimbe Jeme

Hangrum

6

Sri Talakbe Jeme

Laisong

7

Sri J L Jidung

Maibang (West)

8

Sri Birat Langthasa

Harangajao

9

Sri Kuntolal Kemprai

Dihangi

10

Sri Jamchongrenga Biate

Kharthong

11

Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

Jinam Valley

12

Sri P K Gorlosa

Diyungmukh

13

Sri A C Haflongbar

Gunjung

14

Sri S C Hojai

Maibang (East)

15

Sri Edwing Terang

Garampani

16

Sri Doitolal Thaosen

Hajadisa

17

Sri K R Hojai

Wajao

18

Sri D L Haflongbar

Dautuhaja

19

Sri Pabitra kemprai

Hatikhali

20

Sri Samir Kemprai

Kalachand

21

Sri Ijirangbe Jeme

Dihamlai

22

Sri Nalendra Karigpsa

Hadingma

23

 

Langting

 

Election to Langting Constituency could not be held due to pendency of a High Court case.  The Seventh District Council 1987-1996 was termed as the longest District Council life, which lasted for almost 9 years. Within that period, the Provision of Rule 19 (1) of the Assam Autonomous Districts (Constitution of Districts Council) Rules 1951 was again amended; and increased the post of Executive Member from 7 to 9.

 

 

The following persons were nominated to be members of the Autonomous District Council by the Governor of Assam.

 

1.      Sri K N Thaosen

2.      Sri Siakholam Singson

3.      Sri Idambe Jeme

4.      Sri S K Dev (Satu Babu)

 

The Seventh District Council met on December, 15, 1987 to elect Chairman. Sri P K Gorlosa and Sri Ijirangbe Jeme were two candidates. Sri P K Gorlosa was elected Chairman with effect from 15th December, 1987. Sri Edwin Terang was elected as Deputy Chairman.

 

The election of the Chief Executive Member was held on 4th January, 1988. Sri G C Langthasa was elected as CEM. Sri G C Langthasa selected the following members to be the Members of the Executive Committee.

 

1.      Sri R K Daolagupu

2.      Sri Obasting Pachuon

3.      Sri Athong Lienthang

4.      Sri Samsadimbe Jeme

5.      Sri Talakbe Jeme

6.      Sri J L Jidung

7.      Sri Birat Langthasa

8.      Sri S C Hojai

9.      Sri Kuntolal Kemprai

 

After some months, one of the Executive Members, Sri S C Hojai relinquished his office of the executive Membership. The CEM took Sri Laljomthang Hmar as Executive Member in place of Sri S C Hojai. After six months the Governor of Assam removed two of the nominated members, Sri Saikholam Singson and Sri Idambe Jeme and in their place the following two persons were nominated.

1.      Sri Tuokopao Changson

2.      Sri N G Gorlosa

 

On 4th October, 1990, Governor of Assam again denominated Sri K N Thaosen, Sri Tuokopao Changson and Sri N G Gorlosa and in their place the following persons were nominated.

 

1.      Sri Suanthagjem Hrangkhol

2.      Sri Somnath Upadhaya

3.      Sri Dipak Kumar Daolagupu

 

Again on July1991, all the nominations were cancelled and the following persons were nominated :

1.      Sri Tara Bahadur Chetri

2.      Sri Tuokhopao Changson

3.      Sri J L Purkayastha

4.      Smti. Isamle Jeme

 

The above nominated members continued to hold office till the end of the term of the Seventh District Council in 1996.

 

Sri P K Gorlosa resigned from Chairmanship and in his place Sri J C Renga Biate was elected as Chairman on 11-07-91 and he continued till he resigned on 28-03-94. Thereafter Sri Obatsting Pachuan was elected as Chairman and he continued till the end of the term on 15-06-96.

 

The life of the Seventh District Council was due to expire on 16-12-92. However, the term was extended on four consecutive occasion upto 15-06-96.

 

In June 1991, Sri G C Langthasa, CEM was inducted as a Cabinet Minister in Sri Hiteswar Saikia Ministry and therefore, Sri G C Langthasa resigned from the post of CEM. Consequently Sri Pabitra Kemprai was elected CEM on 11-07-91 and the following persons were appointed by the Governor of Assam as Executive Members on 5-08-91

1.      Sri K R Hojai

2.      Sri J L Jidung

3.      Sri Athang Lienthang

4.      Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

5.      Sri R K Daolagupu

6.      Sri Samsadinbe Jeme

7.      Sri T Jeme

8.      Sri D L Thaosen

9.      Sri K L Kemprai

 

On 27-07-94 Sri Pabitra Kemprai was removed from the office of the CEM by a Vote of No Confidence Motion. On 8-09-94Sri S C Hojai was elected as CEM unopposed. During his tenure of one month no Executive Members were appointed.

 

Sri S C Hojai resigned from the post of CEM on 26-10-94, after which Sri Pabitra Kemprai was elected as CEM on 10-11-94unopposed. The following members were appointed by the Governor of Assam as Executive Members on 14-12-94.

1.      Sri N Karigapsa

2.      Sri A C Haflongbar

3.      Sri R K Daolagupu

4.      Sri S Jeme

5.      Sri T Jeme

6.      Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

7.      Sri Birat Langthasa

8.      Sri T Changson

 

On 7-10-95, Sri Pabitra Kemprai was removed from the office of CEM by a No Confidence Motion and on 9-10-95 the Council elected Sri A C Haflongbar as the CEM.

 

The following members were appointed by the Governor of Assam as Executive Members on 16-10-95.

1.      Sri N Karigapsa

2.      Sri J C Renga Biate

3.      Sri S Jeme

4.      Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

5.      Sri R K Daolagupu

6.      Sri T Jeme

7.      Sri Birat Langthasa

8.      Sri Athang Lienthang

9.      Sri K L Kemprai

 

The Executive Committee headed by Sri A C Haflongbar continued till 15-06-96. From 16-06-96, the administration of the Council was under the Administrator.



Eighth Autonomous Council

General Election of the Eighth Autonomous District Council was held on 3rd June,1996. Total number of voters for 23 Constituency is 72377.

The following persons were elected as members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council :

Sl. No.

Name of Members

Constituencies

1

Sri Prakanta Warisa

Gunjung

2

Sri Depolal Hojai

Wajao

3

Sri Rajat Dibragede

Maibang (West)

4

Sri Rathindra Thaosen

Langting

5

Sri Mohet Hojai

Kalachand 

6

Sri Mayanon Kemprai

Diyungmukh

7

Sri Suraj Naiding

Mahur

8

Sri Kalijoy Sengyung

Hatikhali

9

Sri Samarjit Haflongbar

Harangajao

10

Sri Sumesh Khersa

Dautuhaja

11

Sri Dinendra Johari

Maibang (East)

12

Sri Mahendra Chandra Nunisa

Hajadisa

13

Sri Bijyendra Sengyung

Dihangi

14

Sri Golon Daolagupu

Hadingma

15

Sri Langtuk Phangchu

Garampani

16

Sri Nindu Langthasa

Haflong

17

Sri Obatsting Pachuon

Jatinga

18

Sri Tuahkhopao Changson

Borail

19

Sri Darbiekthuom Hmar

Jinam Valley

20

Sri Samsadinbe Jeme

Hangrum

21

Sri Heunimbe Jeme

Laisong

22

Sri Lungdijimbe Jeme

Dihamlai

23

Sri Ruolkhupa Biate

Kharthong

  

Party wise performance in the the Eighth Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council Election

 

Party

Seats contested

Seats won

AGP

10

NIL

ASDC

20

15

INC

21

2

Independent

32

6

Total

83

23

 

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The following persons were nominated by the Governor of Assam as members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous District Council.

1.      Sri Nibaran Das

2.      Sri Ganesh Jaishi

3.      Sri Varremsiem Varte

4.      Sri Liensonglal Hrangkhol

 

The nomination of Sri Nibaran Das was cancelled by the Governor of Assam on 6-12-97 and Sri Shyamal Kanti Dey was nominated in his place on 2-2-99.

 

On 14-06-96 Sri Kalijoy Sengyung was elected as Chairman uncontested.

 

Sri Prakanta Warisa was elected as Chief Executive Member unopposed on 20-6-96 and the following members were appointed as Executive Members by the Governor of Assam on 11-7-96.

1.      Sri Suraj Naiding

2.      Sri Depolal Hojai

3.      Sri Rajat Dibragede

4.      Sri Mohet Hojai

5.      Sri Rathindra Thaosen

6.      Sri Mayanan Kemprai.

 

Again on 13-11-97, the Governor of Assam appointed the following person as Executive Members.

1.      Sri Heunimbe Jeme

2.      Sri Mahendra Chandra Nunisa

 

Subsequently Sri Langtuk Phangchu was also appointed by the Governor of Assam as Executive Member.

 

On 22-11-99, Sri Suraj Naiding resigned and in his place Sri Dinendra Johari was appointed as Executive Member by the Governor of Assam on 9-03-2000.

 

On 1-05-2000, Sri Rajat Dibragede resigned as Executive Member and in his place Sri Darbiektham Hmar was appointed as Executive Member by the Governor of Assam on 7-07-2000.

 

On 2-09-2000, Sri Mahendra Chandra Nunisa was removed from his office and in his place Sri Golon Daolagupu was appointed as Executive Member by the Governor of Assam on 22-12-2000.

 

From 14-6-2001 to 8-01-2002, the Council administration was under the Administrator.



 

Ninth Autonomous Council

 

The General Election for the Ninth Dima Hasao Autonomous Council was held on 4-12-2001. Total numbers of voters of 23 Constituencies is 87100.

 

The result was declared on 7-12-2001 and oath taking ceremony of the elected members was held at Haflong on 19-12-2001. The following persons were elected as the members of the Ninth Dima Hasao Autonomous Council:

 

Sl. No.

Name of Members

Constituencies

1

Sri Purnendu Langthasa

Mahur

2

Sri Nindu Langthasa

Haflong

3

Sri Athong Lienthang

Borail

4

Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

Jinam Valley

5

Sri Thianga Nampui

Kharthong

6

Sri Birat Langthasa

Harangajao

7

Sri Martin Teran

Garampani

8

Sri Kethanan Bathari

Dautuhaja

9

Sri Ajit Bodo

Kalachand 

10

Sri Ronendra Langthasa

Gunjung

11

Sri Nirmal Maramsa

Maibang (West)

12

Sri Bimal Hojai

Hatikhali

13

Sri Lakhyamoni Langthasa

Dihangi

14

Sri Bipul Chandra Hojai

Maibang (East)

15

Sri Chungsang Haolai

Jatinga

16

Sri Hainam Newme

Hangrum

17

Sri Zukambe Jeme

Laisong

18

Sri Mahendra Chandra Nunisa

Wajao

19

Sri Prafulla Phonglo

Hajadisa

20

Sri Bhadramoni Langthasa

Langting

21

Sri Mayanan Kemprai

Diyungmukh

22

Sri Golon Daolagupu

Hadingma

23

Sri Josias Jeme

Dihamlai

 

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On 21-12-2001, Sri Nirmal Maramsa was elected as the Chairman of Ninth Autonomous Council unopposed.

 

On 9-1-2002, Sri Purnendu Langthasa was elected as the Chief Executive Member of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council, defeating his only rival Sri Mahendra Chandra Nunisa of ASDC.

 

The following persons were appointed as Members of the Executive Committee of Ninth Autonomous Council by the Governor of Assam on 28-01-2002 and they joined in the office on 29th January,2002.

 

1.      Sri Birat Langthasa

2.      Sri Thianga Nampui

3.      Sri Athong Lienthang

4.      Sri Nindu Langthasa

5.      Sri Lalzwamthang Hmar

6.      Sri Ajit Bodo

7.      Sri Martin Teran

8.      Sri Kethanan Bathari

9.      Sri Ronendra Langthasa.

 

The following persons were nominated by the Governor of Assam as members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on 2-08-2002.

 

1.      Sri R K Daolagupu

2.      Sri Joy Kumar Rai

3.      Sri Lienpuisiek Hrangkhol

4.      Sri S K Dev (Satu Babu)

 

Due to the death of nominated members Sri Joy Kumar Rai and Sri Lienpuisiek Hrangkhol Governor of Assam nominated Sri Lalthangthoi Hrangkhol and Sri Bolo Bhadra Joishi as nominated members of the Council on 9-07-2004.

 

The following three members were inducted in the Executive Committee on 12-07-2004 in anticipation of the approval of the Governor of Assam as Executive Member. The Governor of Assam accorded approval on 14-08-2004.

 

1.      Sri Lakhyamoni Langthasa

2.      Sri Bipul Chandra Hojai

3.      Sri Bimal Hojai

 

Sri Ajit Bodo was resigned from the Executive Committee and elected as the Deputy Chairman of the Council on 23-09-2004.

 

Subsequently Sri Josius Jeme, elected member from Dihamlai constituency joined as Executive Member of the Council on16th May,2005.

 

The life of the Ninth Autonomous Council was due to expire on 20-12-2006. In the meantime, the Government of Assamvide Notification No. HAD.96/2006/41 Dated Dispur, the 15th December, 2006 extended the term of the Ninth Autonomous Council by Six months on the date of the first meeting of the newly elected Council after the delimitation exercise, whichever is earlier.

 

But the Chief Justice B S Reddy and Judge B P Katakey of Hon’ble Gauhati High Court on 20th December,2006 in their interim judgment suspended the operation of the said notification until further order and made it open for the Governor of Assam to take an appropriate decision in the matter in exercise of the powers conferred under 16(2) of the Sixth Schedule. In view of this, Deputy Commissioner of Dima Hasao Sri Anil Kumar Baruah took over the charge of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council as Administrator on December 22nd , 2006.

 

Again, following the Hon’ble Gauhati High Courts historical verdict in the PIL No. 1 of 2007 and PIL No. 85 of 2006, the Executive Committee headed by Chief Executive Member Sri Purnendu Langthasa resumed the charge of the Office of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on 7th April ,2007  (Saturday) at 10 AM.

 

As per the verdict of the Hon’ble Gauhati High Court, the term of the Ninth Council was due to expire on 20-06-07(Wednesday). In view of this, the State Government also vide Notification No. HAD-96/2006/Pt-1/1 Dated 10th May, 2007declared the election for the Tenth Autonomous Council as per the bellow schedule.

 

1.      Date of Notification                           : 10-05-07

2.      Period of filling Nomination paper       : 17-05-07 to 23-05-07

3.      Date of Scrutiny                                : 24-05-07

4.      Date of Withdrawal of Nomination       : 27-05-07

5.      Allotment of Symbol                          : 28-05-07

6.      Date of Poll                                       : 12-06-07

7.      Date of Counting                                : 17-06-07

8.      Date of declaration of result                : As soon as counting is over

      9.   Oath Taking                                      : 19-06-07

 

 And as per the schedule, the election process was also started. But, the Ninth Autonomous Council may be termed as the most unfortunate Council. The most tragic incident was happened during the term of the Ninth Autonomous Council. Chief Executive Member of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council Sri Purnendu Langthasa along with Executive Member Sri Nindu Langthasa were brutally killed by the militants on 4th June, 2007 (Monday) at Langlai Hasnu village under the Dihangi constituency of the Council while they were in election campaign. On the same day, the dead body of Deputy Chairman of the Council Sri Ajit Bodo was also found at Kalachand under Maibang Sub Division.

 

In view of this unfortunate happenings, the Governor of Assam Lt. General (Retd.) Ajai Singh, Chief Minister of Assam Sri Tarun Gogoi and Health Minister of Assam Dr. Himanta Biswa Sharma along with DGP of Assam R N Mathur visited Haflong on 5th June,2007 and had a detailed discussion with the Civil and Police Administration at Haflong Circuit House regarding the law and order situation of Dima Hasao district. They also had separate discussion with the Executive Members of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council. In the evening an emergent Cabinet meeting was held at Guwahati and meeting decided to postponed the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council election. Later on, the State Government on 8th June, 2007communicated the postponement notification of the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council election.

 

On 22nd October, 2007, the Govt. of Assam in Hill Areas Department Vide its Notification No. (1) HAD.208/2007/18 and (2) HAD.208/2007/19 has communicated the schedule of the Election to all the Constituencies of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council. And as per the schedule the election was held in two phases on 26-11-07 and on 1-12-07.

 



Tenth Autonomous Council

 

The Election to the 10th Dima Hasao Autonomous Council Constituencies was held in two phases on 26-11-07 and on 1-12-07. The Counting of votes was held on 4-12-07 and following persons were elected as the members of the 10th Dima Hasao Autonomous Council:

 

No.  & Name of

 Constituencies

Name of Candidate Elected

 

Party Affiliation

 

1   Haflong 

KALIJOY SENGYUNG

ASDC

2   Jatinga 

MORIL MASSA

Independent

3   Borail 

NGAMSEI HENGNA

BJP

4   Mahur

BOKUL BODO

BJP

5   Jinam

LALTLANGSANG HMAR

ASDC

6   Hangrum

IGIANEING DAIME

Independent

7   Laisong 

PAUDAMMING NRIAME

ASDC

8   Dautuhaja

NIPOLAL HOJAI

BJP

9   Maibang East 

HAMJANAN LANGTHASA

BJP

10  Maibang West

SUBRATA HOJAI

BJP

11  Kalachand

MOHET HOJAI

ASDC

12  Wajao

DEPOLAL HOJAI

ASDC

13  Hajadisa

MAHENDRA CHANDRA NUNISA

ASDC

14  Langting

DEBOJIT THAOSEN

BJP

15  Hatikhali

KULENDRA DAULAGUPU

BJP

16  Diyungmukh

MAYANON KEMPRAI

ASDC

17  Garampani 

KUR RONGPI

ASDC

18  Kharthong 

LALLUNGNGAMA NAMPUI

INC

19  Dehangi 

BIJOYENDRA SENGYUNG

ASDC

20  Gunjung 

PRAKANTA  WARISA

ASDC

21  Hadingma 

GOLON DAULAGUPU

ASDC

22  Dihamlai 

NTINGBAMBE NEWME

ASDC

23  Harangajao 

SAMARJIT HAFLONGBAR

INC

24  Hamri 

DONPAINON THAOSEN

BJP

25 * Lower Kharthong

LALTHANGZUOL JOUTE

ASDC

26  Dolong 

SUANTHANGJEM HRANGKHOL

Independent

27  Diger 

VUMKHOSEI CHANGSAN

INC

28  Semkhor

SMT RANU LANGTHASA

BJP

 

 

 COMPREHENSIVE RESULT SHEET

 

Constituency No.

Name of Constituency

Total Electors

Votes Polled

Valid Votes

Votes

Rejected

Winner

1

Haflong

16775

13801

13639

162

ASDC

2

Jatinga

6029

5302

5217

85

Independent

3

Borail

4380

3731

3671

60

BJP

4

Mahur

6116

5495

5401

94

BJP

5

Jinam

3604

2824

2773

51

ASDC

6

Hangrum

2083

1900

1880

20

Independent

7

Laisong

3732

3315

3274

41

ASDC

8

Dautuhaja

2693

2406

2344

62

BJP

9

Maibang East

2940

2652

2583

69

BJP

10

Maibang West

3743

3119

3049

70

BJP

11

Kalachand

3710

3235

3191

44

ASDC

12

Wajao

3576

3008

2933

75

ASDC

13

Hajadisha

2280

2040

1987

53

ASDC

14

Langting

4585

3738

3651

87

BJP

15

Hatikhali

2375

2040

1977

63

BJP

16

Diyungmukh

5216

4484

4398

86

ASDC

17

Garampani

10437

8393

8111

282

ASDC

18

Kharthong

2962

2551

2523

28

INC

19

Dihangi

3232

2694

2621

73

ASDC

20

Gunjung

2505

2176

2136

40

ASDC

21

Hadingma

2018

1691

1657

34

ASDC

22

Dihamlai

3296

2565

2521

44

ASDC

23

Harangajao

5104

3921

3867

54

INC

24

Hamri

1348

1248

1208

40

BJP

25

*Lower Kharthong

2678

      2153

2123

30

ASDC

26

Dolong

1565

1376

1346

30

Independent

27

Diger

1207

1081

1052

29

INC

28

Semkhor

1193

1022

994

28

BJP

 

TOTAL

1,11,382

93,961

92127

1834

 

 

( * Election to the 25 Lower Kharthong Constituency was previously countermanded due to killing of INC Candidate Darkiekthoum Hmar.  The Poll was rescheduled and held on 07-04-09 and the counting was done on 11-04-09)

 

                                                         09-01-2008 to 27-11-2008

 The 10th Executive Committee of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council, Haflong was constituted (by Joint Co-ordination Committee (JCC) comprising ASDC-BJP combined, winning the last concluded MAC election with absolute majority) under the Chief Executive Membership of Shri. Depolal Hojai on 9th January 2008 with the following Executive Members :-
                                                 
1. Shri. Depolal Hojai CEM 
2. Shri. Mayanan Kemprai, Chairman 
3.Shri. Kalijoy Sengyung EM 
4. Shri. Mohet Hojai EM 
5. Shri. Mahendra Ch.Nunisa EM
6.Shri. Golon Daulagupu EM
7. Shri. Bijoyendra Sengyung EM
8.Shri. Kulendra Daulagupu EM
9.Shri. Debojit Thaosen EM
10.Shri. Ngamsei Hengna EM
11.Shri. Subrata Hojai EM
12.Shri. Hamjanan Langthasa EM 
13.Shri. Laltlansang Hmar EM
14.Shri. Ntingbambe Newme EM
15.Shri. Donpainon Thaosen, Dy.Chairman w.e.f. 25-07-2008

                                                          02-01-2009 to 29-05-2009


The CEM was then voted out and replaced by Mohet Hojai as CEM from 2nd January 2009 with the following EMs :-

1. Shri. Mohet Hojai CEM
2. Shri. Mayanan Kemprai,Chairman
3. Shri. Donpainon Thaosen, Dy.Chairman 
4.Shri. Kalijoy Sengyung 
5. Shri. Mahendra Ch.Nunisa 
6.Shri. Prakanta Warisa 
7. Shri. Bijoyendra Sengyung 
8.Shri. Kur Rongpi 
9.Shri. Paudaming Nriame 
10.Shri. Subrata Hojai 
11.Shri. Nipolal Hojai 
12.Shri. Laltlansang Hmar 
13.Shri. Ntingbambe Newme 
14.Shri.Ranu Langthasa 

The Executive Committee was dissolved and the Governor of Assam took over the charge of the Council from 12-06-2009 to 11-12-2009 ( Governor’s Rule).

Shri. Shiv Charan Mathur as Governor and Md. Allauddin, I.A.S. Commissioner Food and Civil Supply, Govt. of Assam as Administrator and after his retirement Shri. Harish Sonowal, I.A.S. Principal Secretary, HAD acted as Administrator.

Then, the Chairman of the Council Shri. Mayanan Kemprai submitted resignation on 14-12-2009.


                                                             07-01-2010 to 30-06-2010

After a gap of few weeks the Council session was held with Dy.Chairman, Shri.Donpainon Thaosen as the Chairman of the Session. That was followed by election of the CEM, in which Shri. Samarjit Haflongbar was elected as the new CEM w.e.f. 07-01-2010 to 30-06-2010. There was no EM in this period. The Council was looked after only by the CEM and Dy. Chairman.
On 19-05-2010 the members elected in a session Shri. Depolal Hojai as the new Chairman.


                                                             02-07-2010 to till date

The Council held its session again and elected Shri.Debojeet Thaosen as the new CEM of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on 2nd July 2010 with the following members :-

1. Shri. Debojeet Thaosen,CEM 
2. Shri. Depolal Hojai, Chairman
3. Shri. Madhuram Joishi, Dy.Chairman w.e.f. 04-10-2010 
4. Shri. Mayanan Kemprai
5. Shri. Bijoyendra Sengyung 
6. Shri. Hamjanan Langthasa 
7. Shri. Lungngama Nampui 
8. Shri. Paudaming Nriame 
9. Shri.  NtingbambeNewme                                                                          10.Shri. Kalijoy Sengyung
11.Shri. Subrata Hojai 
12.Shri. Prakanta Warisa 
13.Shri. Laltlansang Hmar 
14.Shri. Moril Masa 
15.Shri. Bokul Bodo 

Other existing MACs are 1. Shri. Samarjit Haflongbar, 2. Shri. Kulendra Daulagupu, 3. Shri. Golon Daulagupu, 4. Shri. Ngamsei Hengna, 5. Smti. Ranu Langthasa, 6. Shri. Kur Rongpi, 7. Shri. Suanthangjem Hrangkhol, 8. Shri. Iganeing Zeme 9. Shri. Lalthangzuol Joute 10. Shri. Nipolal Hojai, 11. Shri. Mahendra Ch. Nunisa 12. Shri. Mohet Hojai 13. Mr. Biswajit Chakrobarty 14.  Shri.Samuel Changsan

Bye-Elections Results of 27-Diger Autonomous Council

The result to 27-Diger Autonomous Council Constituency, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council has been declared. The Deputy Commissioner and Returning Officer for Autonomous Council Constituencies under Dima Hasao District declared Shri Samuel Changsan duly elected (uncontested) of the INC to fill the seat of 27 – Diger Autonomous Council Constituency on 5th August/2011 Elections to 27 – Diger Autonomous Council Constituency is being held due to the untimely demise of its sitting MAC Lt. V. Changsan. Since no other candidates file for Nominations to contest the seat, the Returning Officer for Autonomous Council Constituencies declared Shri Samuel Changsan duly elected (uncontested). The Oath taking ceremony will be held as scheduled on 26th Aug/2011



 

 

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