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List of Winning MLA's from Attingal Assembly Constituency

YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
195710AttingalGENPrakasam R.MCPI
196010AttingalGENN. KunjuramanMINC
1965121AttingalGENK. AnirudhanMCPI(M)
1970121AttingalGENVakkom PurushothamanMINC
1977128AttingalGENVakkam Purushothaman MINC
1980128AttingalGENVakkom Purushothaman MINC(U)
1982128AttingalGENVakkom B. PurushothamanMIND
1985Bye PollsAttingalGENP.VijayadasMICS
1987128AttingalGENAnanthalavattom AnandanMCPM
1991128AttingalGENT. Saratchandra PrasadMINC
1996128AttingalGENAnathalavattom Anandan MCPM
2001128AttingalGENVakkom Purushothaman MINC
2006128AttingalGENAnathalavattom Anandan MCPI(M)
2011128Attingal(SC)Advocate. B. SatyanMCPM

Last Updated on : June 28, 2016




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