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List of Winning MLA's from Katwa Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951120KatwaGENSubodh ChowdhuryMCPI
195751KatwaGENTarapada ChaudhuriMINC
1962240KatwaGENSubodh ChoudhuryMCPI
1967266KatwaGENS. ChowdhuryFCPM
1969266KatwaGENThakur NityanandaMINC
1971266KatwaGENHaramohan SinhaMCPM
1972266KatwaGENSubrata MukherjeMINC
1977280KatwaGENHaramohan SinhaMCPM
1982280KatwaGENHaramohan SinhaMCPM
1987280KatwaGENAnjan ChatterjeeMCPM
1991280KatwaGENAnjan ChatterjeeMCPM
1996280KatwaGENRabindra Nath ChatterjeeMINC
2001280KatwaGENRabindranath ChatterjeeMINC
2006280KatwaGENChatterjee RabindranathMINC
2011270KatwaGENRabindranath ChatterjeeMINC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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