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Punalur Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Punalur Assembly Constituency



YearA. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.WinnerSexParty
195725PunalurGENGopalan P.MCPI
196025PunalurGENK. Krishna PillaiMCPI
1965109PunalurGENC. M. StephenMINC
1967109PunalurGENM . N . G . NairMCPI
1970109PunalurGENK. Krishna PillaiMCPI
1977115PunalurGENP.K. Sreenjvasan MCPI
1980115PunalurGENP. K. Sreenivasan MCPI
1984Bye PollsPunalurGENV.S.PillaiMKCJ
1982115PunalurGENSam OommenMKCJ
1987115PunalurGENChitharenjanMCPI
1991115PunalurGENPunalur MadhuMINC
1996115PunalurGENP.K.Sreenivasan MCPI
1996Bye PollsPunalurGENP.S. Supal MCPI
2001115PunalurGENP S Supal MCPI
2006115PunalurGENAdv.K.Raju MCPI
2011121PunalurGENAdv.K.RajuMCPI
2016121PunalurGENAdv.K.RajuMCPI


Last Updated on : June 28, 2016



 

     


     

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