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Silchar Assembly Constituency Result Map 2011
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Silchar By-Election Results 2014

WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner up SexPartyVoteVote Margin
Dilip Kumar PaulMBJP74898Arun Dutta MazamderMINC3745737441

List of Wiining MLA's from Silchar Till Date

YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
19516SilcharLaskar, Mehrab AliMIND
19517SilcharHem Chandra ChakravartyMINC
19577SilcharChanda, JyotsnaMINC
1957 SilcharChoudhury, Moinul HaqueMINC
19628SilcharMoinul Haque ChowdhuryMINC
1962 SilcharNanda Kishore SinghMIND
19678SilcharS.M. DevMINC
19728SilcharMohitosh PurkayasthaMINC
19789SilcharNoorul KudaMCPM
19839SilcharJagadish Chandra ChoudhuryMINC
19859SilcharKarnendu BhattacharjeeMINC
19919SilcharSamarendra Nath SenMBJP
19969SilcharBimalangshu Roy MBJP
20019SilcharBimolangshu RoyMBJP
20069SilcharBithika DevFINC
20119SilcharSushmita DevFINC
20169SilcharSri Dilip Kumar PaulMBJP

Last Updated on : June 21, 2016




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