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Nilambur Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Nilambur Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
196534NilamburGENK. KunhaliMCPI(M)
196734NilamburGENK.KunhaliMCPM
197034NilamburGENM. P. GangadharanMINC
1970Bye PollsNilamburGENM.P.GangadharanMIND
197732NilamburGENAryadan Muhammed MINC
198032NilamburGENC. Haridas MINC(U)
1980Bye PollsNilamburGENA.MohammadMINC(U)
198232NilamburGENT. K. HamzaMIND
198732NilamburGENAryadan MohammedMINC
199132NilamburGENAryadan MuhammedMINC
199632NilamburGENAryadan Muhammed MINC
200132NilamburGENAryadan Muhammed MINC
200632NilamburGENAryadan Muhammed MINC
201135NilamburGENAryadan MohammedMINC
201635NilamburGENP V AnvarMIND


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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