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List of Winning MLA's from Kondotty Assembly Constituency

YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexPartyVote
195792KondottyGENAhammad Kurikkal M. P. M.MIND18981
196531KondottyGENM. Moideenkutty HajiMML24757
197031KondottyGENC H Md Koya HajiMMUL40208
197735KondottyGENP. Seethi Haji MMUL41731
198035KondottyGENP. Seethi Haji MMUL41848
198235KondottyGENP. Seethi HajiMMUL37671
198735KondottyGENP. Seethi HariMMUL43961
199135KondottyGENK. AbuMMUL54042
199635KondottyGENP K.K.Bava MMUL57728
200135KondottyGENAdv.K.N.A.Kader MMUL64224
200635KondottyGENK. Muhammadunni Haji MMUL74950
201133KondottyGENK Muhammedunni HajiMMUL67998
201633KondottyGENT.V. IbrahimMIUML69668

Last Updated on : June 28, 2016




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