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List of Winning MLA's from Malappuram Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
195790MalappuramGENHassan Gani K.MIND
196090MalappuramGENK. Hassan GaniMML
196532MalappuramGENM.P.M. Ahmed KurikkalMML
196732MalappuramGENM.P.M.A.KurikkelMMUL
197032MalappuramGENU. A. BeeranMMUL
197734MalappuramGENC. H. Mohammed Koya MMUL
198034MalappuramGENU. A. Beeran MMUL
198234MalappuramGENP. K. KunnalikuttyMMUL
198734MalappuramGENP.K. KunhalikuttyMMUL
199134MalappuramGENYoonus KunjuMMUL
199634MalappuramGENM.K.Muneer MMUL
200134MalappuramGENM.K.Muneer MMUL
200634MalappuramGENAdvocate M. Ummer MMUL
201140MalappuramGENP. UbaidullaMMUL
201640MalappuramGENP UbaidullaMIUML


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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