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List of Winning MLA's from Balurghat Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195118BalurghatGENSaroj Ranjan ChattopadhyayaMINC
195118BalurghatGENLakshman Chandra HasdaMINC
195716Balurghat(ST)Dhirendra Nath BanerjeeMIND
195716Balurghat(ST)Mardi Hakai (St)MINC
196229BalurghatGENSusil Ranjan ChattopadhyayMINC
196734BalurghatGENM.BasuMIND
196934BalurghatGENMukal BasuMRSP
197134BalurghatGENBireswar RoyMINC
197234BalurghatGENBireswar RoyMINC
197738BalurghatGENBiswanath ChoudhauriMRSP
198238BalurghatGENBiswanath ChoudhuryMRSP
198738BalurghatGENBiswanath ChoudhuryMRSP
199138BalurghatGENBiswanath ChowdhuryMRSP
199638BalurghatGENChoudhury BiswanathMRSP
200138BalurghatGENChoudhury BiswanathMRSP
200638BalurghatGENBiswanath ChoudhuryMRSP
201139BalurghatGENChakraborty ShankarMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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