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List of Winning MLA's from Nattika Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
195771NattikaGENAchuthan K. S.MINC
196071NattikaGENK. T. AchuthanMINC
196560NattikaGENRamuMIND
196760NattikaGENT . K . KrishnanMCPM
197060NattikaGENV. K. GopinathanMSOP
197766NattikaGENP. K. Gopalakrishnan MCPI
198066NattikaGENP. K. Gopalakrishnan MCPI
198266NattikaGENSidharthan KattungalMIND
198766NattikaGENKrishnan KaniyamparambilMCPI
199166NattikaGENKrishnan KaniyamparabilMCPI
199666NattikaGENKrishnan Kaniyamparambil MCPI
200166NattikaGENT.N. Prathapan MINC
200666NattikaGENT N Prathapan MINC
201168Nattika(SC)Geetha GopiFCPI
201668Nattika(SC)Geetha GopiFCPI


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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