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List of Winning MLA's from Naihati Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951146NaihatiGENSuresh Chandra PaulMINC
1957184NaihatiGENGopal BasuMCPI
196273NaihatiGENGopal BasuMCPI
1967119NaihatiGENG.BhattacharjeeMINC
1969119NaihatiGENGopal BasuMCPM
1971119NaihatiGENGopal BasuMCPM
1972119NaihatiGENTarapoda MukhapadyaMINC
1977129NaihatiGENGopal BasuMCPM
1982129NaihatiGENAjit BasuMCPM
1987129NaihatiGENTarun AdhikaryMINC
1991129NaihatiGENAdhikari TarunMINC
1996129NaihatiGENRanjit KunduMCPM
2001129NaihatiGENRanjit KunduMCPM
2006129NaihatiGENRanjit KunduMCPI(M)
2011104NaihatiGENPartha BhowmickMAITC
2011By PollsNaihatiGENDipak ChatterjeeMAIFC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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