ⓘ 1985 Assam Legislative Assembly election

                                     

ⓘ 1985 Assam Legislative Assembly election

The 8th Assam Legislative Assembly election was held in two phases in 1985 to elect members from 126 constituencies in Assam, India.

the Nellie massacre and Khoirabari there were some cases of extreme violence. The riot officially ended on 15 August 1985, after the agreement of Assam, which was signed by the leaders of AASU-AAGSP and the government of India. During this period, six long years of historical movement as reported 855later on 860 presented to the AAS nose peoples who gave their lives in the hope of "free infiltration of Assam" in the Assam agitation of 1979-1985.

The leaders of the agitation formed a political party, as elections Ghana Parishad post and Prafulla Kumar of the Mahant became the youngest chief Minister of Assam.

                                     
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