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List of Winning MLA's from Bijpur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951145BijpurGENBipin Behari GanguliMINC
1952By PollsBijpurGENBasu M.MINC
1957185BijpurGENNiranjan Sen GuptaMCPI
196272BijpurGENMonoranjan RoyMCPI
1967118BijpurGENJ.C.DasMCPM
1969118BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
1971118BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMINC
1972118BijpurGENJ. C. Das S/O AkulMINC
1977128BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
1982128BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
1987128BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
1991128BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
1996128BijpurGENKamal Sengupta BasuFCPM
2001128BijpurGENJagadish Chandra DasMCPM
2006128BijpurGENDr. Nirjharini ChakrabartyFCPI(M)
2011103BijpurGENSubhranshu RoyMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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