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



YearA.C. No.Assembly ConstituencyWinner NameSexParty
196747Udalguri (ST)B. BasumatariMINC
197260Udalguri (ST)Bahadur BasumatariMINC
197869Udalguri (ST)Binoy Kumar BasumataryMPTC
198363Udalguri (ST)Binoy Kumar BasumtaryMPTC
198569Udalguri (ST)Binal Khungur BasumatariMIND
199169Udalguri (ST)Jaman Singh BrahmaMINC
199668Udalguri (ST)Deva Kanta Ramchiary MIND
200169Udalguri (ST)Rihon DaimariMIND
200669Udalguri (ST)Rihon DaimariMIND
201169Udalguri (ST)Rihon DaimariMBOPF
201669UdalguriRihon DaimariMBPF






Last Updated on : June 21, 2016

 

     


     

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