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Raghunathpur (SC) Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Raghunathpur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195765Raghunathpur(SC)Nepal Bouri (Sc)MINC
195765Raghunathpur(SC)Shankar Narayan Singha DeoMINC
1962206RaghunathpurGENShankar Narayan SinghadeoMINC
1967228Raghunathpur(SC)N . BauriMINC
1969228Raghunathpur(SC)Hari Pado BouriMSUC
1971228Raghunathpur(SC)Hari Pada BouriMSUC
1972228Raghunathpur(SC)Durgadas BauriMINC
1977241Raghunathpur(SC)Bijoy BauriMSUC
1982241Raghunathpur(SC)Natabar BagdiMCPM
1987241Raghunathpur(SC)Natabar BagdiMCPM
1991241Raghunathpur(SC)Natabar BagdiMCPM
1996241Raghunathpur(SC)Natabar BagdiMCPM
2001241Raghunathpur(SC)Uma Rani BouriFCPM
2006241Raghunathpur(SC)Uma Rani BouriFCPI(M)
2012246Raghunathpur(SC)Purna Chandra BauriMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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