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List of Winning MLA's from Kundara Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
1965117KundaraGENSankara Narayana PillaiMINC
1967117KundaraGENP . K . SukumaranMCPM
1970117KundaraGENA. A. RahimMINC
1977123KundaraGENA.A. Rashim MINC
1980123KundaraGENV. V. Joseph MCPM
1982123KundaraGENThoppil RaviMIND
1987123KundaraGENJ. Mercy Kutty AmmaFCPM
1991123KundaraGENAlphonsa JohnFINC
1996123KundaraGENJ.Mercykuttiamma FCPM
2001123KundaraGENKadavoor Sivadasan MINC
2006123KundaraGENM.A. Baby MCPI(M)
2011123KundaraGENM.A. BabyMCPM
2016123KundaraGENJ.Mercy Kutty AmmaFCPM


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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