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Shyampukur Election Results


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List of Winning MLA's from Shyampukur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
1951164ShyampukurGENHemanta Kumar BoseMIND
1957131ShyampukurGENHemanata Kumar BoseMFBM
1962134ShyampukurGENHemanta Kumar BasuMFB
1967129ShyampukurGENG.C.DeyMINC
1969129ShyampukurGENBasu Hemanta KumarMFBL
1972129ShyampukurGENBaridbaran DasMINC
1977141ShyampukurGENNalini Kanta GuhaMFBL
1982141ShyampukurGENKiran ChaudhuriMINC
1987141ShyampukurGENKiron ChowdhuryMINC
1987By PollsShyampukurGENN.GuhaMFBL
1991141ShyampukurGENSanti Ranjan GangulyMFBL
1996141ShyampukurGENSanti Ranjan GangulyMFBL
1999By PollsShyampukurGENPulak Chandra Das MAGP
2001141ShyampukurGENSubrata BoseMFBL
2004By PollsShyampukurGENJiban Prakash Saha MAIFB
2006141ShyampukurGENJiban Prakash SahaMAIFB
2011166ShyampukurGENDr. Shashi PanjaFAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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