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Kalchini (ST) Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Kalchini Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
19579Kalchini(ST)Debendra Nath Brahma Mandal (St)MINC
19629KalchiniGENNani BhattacharjeeMRSP
196710Kalchini(ST)D.LakraMINC
196910Kalchini(ST)Denis LakraMINC
197110Kalchini(ST)Denis LakraMINC
197210Kalchini(ST)Denis LakraMINC
197711Kalchini(ST)Manohar TirkeyMRSP
198211Kalchini(ST)Manohar TirkeyMRSP
198711Kalchini(ST)Khudiram PahanMINC
199111Kalchini(ST)Monohar TirkeyMRSP
199611Kalchini(ST)Monohar TirkeyMRSP
200111Kalchini(ST)Paban Kumar LakraMINC
200611Kalchini(ST)Manohar TirkeyMRSP
2009By PollsKalchini(ST)Wilson Cham.MIND
201111Kalchini(ST)Wilson ChampramaryMIND


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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