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List of Winning MLA's from Singur Assembly Constituency



yearAC No. AC nameType of ACWinneerSexParty
195199SingurGENAjit Kumar BasuMCPI
195199SingurGENKartic Chandra DasMINC
195789SingurGENProvakar PalMINC
1962156SingurGENProbhakar PalMINC
1967173SingurGENP . PalMINC
1969173SingurGENGopal BandopadhayaMCPM
1971173SingurGENAjit Kumar BosuMCPI
1972173SingurGENAjit Kumar BasuMCPI
1977183SingurGENGopal BandnopadhyayMCPM
1982183SingurGENTarapada SadhykhanMINC
1987183SingurGENBidyut Kr. DasMCPM
1991183SingurGENBidyut Kumar DasMCPM
1996183SingurGENDas Bidyut KumarMCPM
2001183SingurGENRabindranath BhattacharyaMAITC
2006183SingurGENRabindranath BhattacharjeeMAITC
2011188SingurGENRabindranath BhattacharyaMAITC


Last Updated on : May 20, 2016



 

     


     

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