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List of Winning MLA's from Ghatal Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195168GhatalGENAmulyacharan DalMCPI
1957105Ghatal(SC)Harendra Nath Dolui (Sc)MINC
1957105Ghatal(SC)Lakshman Chandra SarkarMINC
1962167Ghatal(SC)Nagen DolaiMCPI
1967186Ghatal(SC)N . R . DalMCPM
1969186Ghatal(SC)Nanda Rani DalFCPM
1971186Ghatal(SC)Dal Nanda RaniMCPM
1972186Ghatal(SC)Dolui HarisadhanMINC
1977197Ghatal(SC)Gopal MondalMCPM
1982197Ghatal(SC)Gopal MandalMCPM
1987197Ghatal(SC)Ratanchandra PakhiraMCPM
1991197Ghatal(SC)Ratan Chandra PakhiraMCPM
1996197Ghatal(SC)Ratan PakhiraMCPM
2001197Ghatal(SC)Ratan PakhiraMCPM
2006197Ghatal(SC)Ratan PakhiraMCPI(M)
2011231Ghatal(SC)Shankar DolaiMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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