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Kottayam Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Kottayam Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexPartyVote
195741KottayamGENBhaskaran Nair P.MCPI23021
196041KottayamGENM. P. Govindan NairMINC29020
196584KottayamGENM. K. GeorgeMCPI(M)17880
196784KottayamGENM . K . GeorgeMCPM25298
197084KottayamGENM. ThomasMCPM26147
197790KottayamGENP. P. George MCPI35683
198090KottayamGENK. M. Abraham MCPM37588
198290KottayamGENN. SrinivasanMIND38886
198790KottayamGENT. K. RamakrishananMCPM55422
199190KottayamGENT.K. RamakrishnanMCPM54182
199690KottayamGENT.K.Ramakrishnan MCPM52609
200190KottayamGENMercy Ravi FINC57795
200690KottayamGENV N Vasavan MCPI(M)47731
201197KottayamGENThiruvanchoor RadhakrishnanMINC53825
201697KottayamGENThiruvanchoor RadhakrishnanMINC73894


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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