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List of Winning MLA's from Diamond Harbour Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951156Diamond Harbour(SC)Charu Chandra BhandariMKMPP
1952By PollsDiamond Harbour(SC)J.C. HaldarMINC
1957162Diamond HarbourGENRamanuj HaiderMPSP
196298Diamond HarbourGENJagdish Chandra HalderMINC
1967110Diamond HarbourGENA.Q.MollaMCPM
1969110Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyom MollaMCPM
1971110Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyom MollaMCPM
1972110Diamond HarbourGENDaulat Ali SheikhMINC
1977119Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyom MollaMCPM
1982119Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyam MollaMCPM
1987119Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyom MollaMCPM
1991119Diamond HarbourGENAbdul Quiyom MollaMCPM
1996119Diamond HarbourGENSheikh Daulat AliMINC
2001119Diamond HarbourGENRishi HaldarMCPM
2006119Diamond HarbourGENRishi HalderMCPI(M)
2011143Diamond HarbourGENDipak Kumar HalderMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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