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List of Winning MLA's from Dantan Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195162DantanGENJnanendra Kumar ChoudhuryMBJS
1957115DantanGENCharu Chandra MahantyMINC
1962184DantanGENCharu Chandra MahantiMINC
1967214DantanGEND . N . DasMBAC
1969214DantanGENDebendra Nath DasMBAC
1971214DantanGENPulin Behari TripathyMCPI
1972214DantanGENPradyot Kumar MahantiMNCO
1977228DantanGENPradyot Kumar MahantiMJNP
1982228DantanGENKanai BhowmikMCPI
1987228DantanGENKanai BhomikMCPI
1991228DantanGENPatra RanjitMCPM
1996228DantanGENNanda Gopal BhattacharjeeMCPI
2001228DantanGENNandagopal BhattacharyaMCPI
2006228DantanGENNanda Gopal BattacharjeeMCPI
2011219DantanGENArun MohapatraMCPI


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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