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List of Winning MLA's from Kandi Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195146KandiGENGoalbadan TrivediMINC
195743Kandi(SC)Bimal Chandra SinhaMINC
195743Kandi(SC)Sudhir Mondal (Sc)MINC
196250KandiGENKumar Jagdish Chandra SinhaMINC
196760KandiGENG.TrivediMINC
196960KandiGENKumar J . C . SinhaMIND
197160KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
197260KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
197765KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
198265KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
1985By PollsKandiGENB.TrivediMINC
198765KandiGENSyed Wahed RezaMCPI
199165KandiGENAtish Ch. SinhaMINC
199665KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
200165KandiGENAtish Chandra SinhaMINC
200665KandiGENApurba Sarkar (David)MIND
201168KandiGENApurba Sarkar(David)MINC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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