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Ratabari (SC) Assembly Constituency Result Map 2011
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List of Wiining MLA's from Ratabari (SC) Till Date

YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
19511Ratabari (SC)Baidyanath Mookerjee Ramesh Chandra Das ChowdhuryMINC
19621Ratabari (SC)Baidyanath MookerjeeMINC
19671Ratabari (SC)B. UpadhyaMINC
19721Ratabari (SC)Suranjan NandyMINC
19781Ratabari (SC)Lilamoy DasMJNP
19831Ratabari (SC)Subal Chandra DasMINC
19851Ratabari (SC)Kumari RabidasFINC
19911Ratabari (SC)Ram Payare RabidasMBJP
19961Ratabari (SC)Sambhusing Mallah MBJP
20011Ratabari (SC)Rathish Ranjan ChoudhuryMIND
20061Ratabari (SC)Sambhu Sing MallahMBJP
20111Ratabari (SC)Kripanath MallahMINC
20161RatabariKripanath MallahMBJP

Last Updated on : June 21, 2016




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