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Nayagram (ST) Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Nayagram Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1962195Nayagram(ST)Debnath HansdaMINC
1967216Nayagram(ST)J . HansdaMBAC
1969216Nayagram(ST)Hansda JagatratiMBAC
1971216Nayagram(ST)Dasarathi SarenMINC
1972216Nayagram(ST)Dasarathi SarenMINC
1977229Nayagram(ST)Budhadeb SinghMCPM
1982229Nayagram(ST)Ananta SarenMCPM
1987229Nayagram(ST)Ananta SarenMCPM
1991229Nayagram(ST)Ananta SarenMCPM
1996229Nayagram(ST)Subhas Chandra SarenMCPM
2001229Nayagram(ST)Bhutnath SarenMCPM
2006229Nayagram(ST)Bhutnath SarenMCPI(M)
2011220Nayagram(ST)Dulal MurmuMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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