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Important Dates and List of West Bengal Assembly Constituencies Phase 3 Election

Below, people can find list of all West Bengal Assembly 75 Constituencies which are going to vote in third Phase of election. Date of Notification for these 75 constituencies is 02.4.2011 and last date of making nomination is 09.4.2011. Scrutiny of nomination will take place on 11.4.2011 and candidates can withdraw their nominations by 13.4.2011. Date of Poll is 27.4.2011 and counting of votes will take place on 13.5.2011. Also visit West Bengal Assembly Election 2011 Who will win West Bengal Assembly Election?

94 BAGDA (SC)
95. BANGAON UTTAR (SC)
96. BANGAON DAKSHIN (SC)
97. GAIGHATA (SC)
98. SWARUPNAGAR (SC)
99. BADURIA
100. HABRA
101. ASHOKNAGAR
102. AMDANGA
103. BIJPUR
104. NAIHATI
105. BHATPARA
106. JAGATDAL
107. NOAPARA
108. BARRACKPUR
109. KHARDAHA
110. DUM DUM UTTAR
111. PANIHATI
112. KAMARHATI
113. BARANAGAR
114. DUM DUM
115. RAJARHAT NEW TOWN
116. BIDHANNAGAR
117. RAJARHAT GOPALPUR
118. MADHYAMGRAM 18
119. BARASAT
120. DEGANGA
121. HAROA
122. MINAKHAN (SC)
123. SANDESHKHALI (ST)
124. BASIRHAT DAKSHIN
125. BASIRHAT UTTAR
126. HINGALGANJ (SC)
127. GOSABA (SC)
128. BASANTI (SC)
129. KULTALI (SC)
130. PATHARPRATIMA
131. KAKDWIP
132. SAGAR
133. KULPI
134. RAIDIGHI
135. MANDIRBAZAR (SC)
136. JAYNAGAR (SC)
137. BARUIPUR PURBA (SC)
138. CANNING PASCHIM (SC)
139. CANNING PURBA
140. BARUIPUR PASCHIM
141. MAGRAHAT PURBA (SC)
142. MAGRAHAT PASCHIM
143. DIAMOND HARBOUR
144. FALTA
145. SATGACHHIA
146. BISHNUPUR (SC)
147. SONARPUR DAKSHIN
148. BHANGAR
149. KASBA
150. JADAVPUR
151. SONARPUR UTTAR
152. TOLLYGANJ
153. BEHALA PURBA
154. BEHALA PASCHIM
155. MAHESHTALA
156. BUDGE BUDGE
157. METIABURUZ
158. KOLKATA PORT
159. BHABANIPUR
160. RASHBEHARI
161. BALLYGUNGE
162. CHOWRANGEE
163. ENTALLY
164. BELEGHATA
165. JORASANKO
166. SHYAMPUKUR
167. MANIKTALA
168. KASHIPUR-BELGACHHIA

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