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Jangipur Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Jangipur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195732Jangipur(SC)Kuber Chand Haldar (Sc)MINC
195732Jangipur(SC)Shyamapada BhattacharjeeMINC
196243JangipurGENMuktipada ChatterjeeMINC
196748JangipurGENA. HaqueMIND
196948JangipurGENAbdul HaqueMRSP
197148JangipurGENRadaruddin AhammadMIND
197248JangipurGENRahaman HabiburMINC
197754JangipurGENHabibur RahamanMINC
198254JangipurGENHabibur RahamanMINC
198754JangipurGENHabibur RahamanMINC
199154JangipurGENAbdul HaqueMRSP
199654JangipurGENHabibur RahamanMINC
200154JangipurGENAbul HasnatMRSP
200654JangipurGENAbul HasnatMRSP
201158JangipurGENMd. SohrabMINC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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