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Gopiballavpur Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Gopiballavpur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195158GopiballavpurGENDhananjoy KarMKMPP
195158GopiballavpurGENUpendra Nath BalaMINC
1957110Gopiballavpur(ST)Surendra Nath MahataMINC
1957110Gopiballavpur(ST)Jagatpati Hansda (St)MINC
1962194GopiballavpurGENSurendra Nath MahtaMINC
1967217GopiballavpurGEND . KarMSSP
1969217GopiballavpurGENKar DhananjoyMSSP
1971217GopiballavpurGENHarish Chandra MahapatraMINC
1972217GopiballavpurGENHarish Chandra MahapatraMINC
1977230GopiballavpurGENSantosh RanaMIND
1982230GopiballavpurGENDe SunilMCPM
1987230GopiballavpurGENDe SunilMCPM
1991230GopiballavpurGENAtul Chandra DasMCPM
1996230GopiballavpurGENRana SaktiMCPM
2001230GopiballavpurGENBhabani Sankar HatialMCPM
2006230GopiballavpurGENRabi Lal MaitraMCPI(M)
2011221GopiballavpurGENChudamani MahatoMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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