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List of Winning MLA's from Joynagar Assembly Constituency

yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951143JoynagarGENSubodh BanerjeeMIND
1951143JoynagarGENDintaran MoniMIND
1957166Joynagar(SC)Subodh BanerjeeMIND
1957166Joynagar(SC)Renupada Halder (Sc)MIND
196997JoynagarGENSubodh BanerjeeMSUC
197197JoynagarGENSubodh BanerjeeMSUC
197297JoynagarGENProsun GhoshMINC
1972By PollsJoynagarGENN.K.SahaMINC
1977103JoynagarGENDeba Prosad SarkarMSUC
1982103JoynagarGENDeva Prasad SarkarMSUC
1987103JoynagarGENDeba Prasad SarkarMSUC
1991103JoynagarGENDeba Prasad SarkarMIND
1996103JoynagarGENDeba Prasad SarkarMIND
2001103JoynagarGENDebaprasad SarkarMIND
2006103JoynagarGENDebaprasad SarkarMIND
2011165Joynagar(SC)Tarun Kanti NaskarMSUCI

Last Updated on : May 20, 2016




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