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Proposed Delimitation on the basis of 2011 Nagaland State Census



•    The above table is based on the Population Census of 2011. On the basis of these data, the proposed De-Limitation for Assembly Constituency Seats is suggested for State-Wide Debate    and Approval for final recommendation to the De-Limitation Commission of India. The above suggestions have been made not only on the basis of population but also by taking into consideration of arriving at balance administration and equity of Economic Development of the State. The two districts, mainly Dimapur and Kohima have been dealt with differently from the rest of the Districts because, the concentration of population in these two districts are mainly in the District Headquarters i.e. Dimapur Town and Kohima Town. Therefore, all the Naga Public Leaders and organizations are invited to critically examine the above proposal for the good of every Naga Community before forwarding it to Delhi for finalization.
District    Male    Female    Total Population     Existing MLA seats    Addition/Subtraction    Final Delimitation
Mon    132062    118609    250671    09    -1    08
Mokokchung    100229    92942    193171    10    -3    07
Zunheboto    71169    69845    141014    07    -2    05
Wokha    84429    81810    166239    04    +1    05
Dimapur    198163    181606    379769    05    +2    07
Phek    83684    79610    163294    05    +-0    05
Tuensang    101977    94824    196801    07    +-0    07
Longleng    26588    24005    50593    02    +-0    02
Kiphire    37758    36275    74033    02    +1    03
Kohima    140118    129945    270063    07    +1    08
Peren    49530    45424    94954    02    +6    03
Total    10,25,707    9,54,895    19,80,602    60    +-6    60
 
 
Er. N. N. Lotha
President, Republican Labor Party (RLP)

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