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Karimganj North Assembly Constituency Result Map 2011
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List of Wiining MLA's from Karimganj North Till Date



YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
19572Karimganj NorthDas, Ranendra MohanMPSP
19623Karimganj NorthRathindra Nath SenMIND
19673Karimganj NorthR.N. SenMIND
19723Karimganj NorthAbdul Muqtadir ChouduryMINC
19783Karimganj NorthNishith Ranjan DasMCPM
19833Karimganj NorthKetaki Prasad DuttaMINC
19853Karimganj NorthSirajul Hoque ChoudhuryMIND
19913Karimganj NorthMission Ranjan DasMBJP
19963Karimganj NorthSirajul Haque Choudhury MAGP
20013Karimganj NorthMission Ranjan DasMBJP
20063Karimganj NorthMission Ranjan DasMBJP
20113Karimganj NorthKamalakhya Dey PurkayasthaMINC
20163Karimganj NorthKamalakhya Dey PurkayasthaMINC






Last Updated on : June 21, 2016

 

     


     

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