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List of Winning MLA's from Goghat Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951103GoghatGENRadha Krishna PalMIND
1952By PollsGoghatGENP.R. KrishnaMIND
1967184Goghat(SC)A . K . BiswasMFBL
1969184Goghat(SC)Ajit Kumar BiswasMFBL
1971184Goghat(SC)Madan Mohan MeddaMINC
1972184Goghat(SC)Madan Mohan MeddaMINC
1977195Goghat(SC)Nanuram RoyMJNP
1982195Goghat(SC)Shiba Parsad MalickMFBL
1987195Goghat(SC)Malick ShibprashadMFBL
1991195Goghat(SC)Shiba Prasad MalickMFBL
1996195Goghat(SC)Shiba Prasad MalickMFBL
2001195Goghat(SC)Shiba Prasad MalickMFBL
2006195Goghat(SC)Niranjan PanditMAIFB
2011201Goghat(SC)Karak BiswanathMAIFB


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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