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



YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
195750TitabarBardoloi, SarbeswarMINC
196265TitabarSarbeswar BordoloiMINC
196771TitabarD. SarmahMINC
197285TitabarJoy Chandra BoraMINC
1978100TitabarGiridhar ThengalMCPI
198386TitabarJoy Chandra BoraMINC
1985100TitabarDeba Kumar BoraMIND
1991100TitabarMahendra BoraMINC
199698TitabarHemanta KalitaMAGP
2001100TitabarDip GogoiMINC
2006100TitabarTarun GogoiMINC
2011100TitabarTarun GogoiMINC
2016100TitabarTarun GogoiMINC






Last Updated on : June 21, 2016

 

     


     

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