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List of Wiining MLA's from Katigora Till Date

YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
195112KatigoraBarbhuiya, Namwar AliMINC
195711KatigoraChakravarty, Hem ChandraMINC
196212KatigoraTarapada BhattacharjeeMIND
196714KatigoraA.K.N. HoqueMINC
197214KatigoraAbdul Hamid MajumderMINC
197815KatigoraAbdul Kiyum ChoudhuryMINC
198315KatigoraNepal Chandra DasMINC
198515KatigoraAbdul Hamid MazumdarMICS
199115KatigoraKali Ranjan DebMBJP
199615KatigoraKali Ranjan Deb MBJP
200115KatigoraKali Ranjan DebMBJP
200615KatigoraAtaur Rahman MazarbhuiyaMAUDF
201115KatigoraAtaur Rahman MazarbhuiyaMAIUDF
201615KatigorahAmar Chand JainMBJP

Last Updated on : June 21, 2016




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