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Chanditala Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Chanditala Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1962152ChanditalaGENKanai Lall DeyMINC
1967168ChanditalaGENM . A . LatifMIND
1969168ChanditalaGENMohamed Abdul LatifMIND
1971168ChanditalaGENKaji SafiullaMCPM
1972168ChanditalaGENSafiullaMINC
1977178ChanditalaGENMalin GhoshMCPM
1982178ChanditalaGENMalin GhoseMCPM
1987178ChanditalaGENGhosh MalinMCPM
1991178ChanditalaGENMalin GhoshMCPM
1996178ChanditalaGENAkbor Ali KhandokerMINC
1998By PollsChanditalaGENBhakta Ram Pan MAGP
2001178ChanditalaGENBhaktaram PanMCPM
2006178ChanditalaGENBhaktaram PanMCPI(M)
2011194ChanditalaGENSwati KhandokerFAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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