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List of Winning MLA's from Binpur Assembly Constituency

yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195157BinpurGENNripendra Gopal MitraMBJS
195157BinpurGENPravakar MondalMINC
1957108Binpur(ST)Sudhir Kumar PandeyMCPI
1957108Binpur(ST)Nripendra Gopal MitraMINC
1962197Binpur(ST)Mangal Chandra SarenMINC
1967219Binpur(ST)M . C . SarenMINC
1969219Binpur(ST)Saren JoyramMCPI
1971219Binpur(ST)Shyam Charan MurmuMJKP
1972219Binpur(ST)Saren JoyramMCPI
1977232Binpur(ST)Sambhunath MandiMCPM
1982232Binpur(ST)Sambhu Nath MandiMCPM
1987232Binpur(ST)Durga TuduMCPM
1991232Binpur(ST)Naren HansdaMJKP
1996232Binpur(ST)Naren HansdaMJKP(N)
2000By PollsBinpur(ST) Chuni Bala Hansda FJKP(N)
2001232Binpur(ST)Sambhu Nath MandiMCPM
2006232Binpur(ST)Chunibala HansdaFJKP(N)
2011237Binpur(ST)Dibakar HansdaMCPM

Last Updated on : May 20, 2016




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