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Buldhana (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Buldhana Vidhan Sabha constituency (Marathi: बुलढाणा विधान सभा मतदारसंघ) is one of the 288 constituencies of Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha and one of the seven which are located in Buldhana district.

It is a part of Buldhana Lok Sabha constiteuncy along with five other Vidhan Sabha(assembly) constituencies viz. Chikhali, Sindkhed Raja, Mehkar (SC), Khamgaon and Jalgaon (Jamod),

The seventh Malkapur from Buldhana district is a part of Raver Lok Sabha constituency from neighbouring Jalgaon district. [1]

As of 2008, the constituency comprises all of Motala taluka and part of Buldhana taluka with Buldhana Rural and Padali revenue circles along with Buldhana Municipal Council. [2]

Member of Legislative Assembly

  • 1972: Bonde Ramsigh Deosingh, Bharatiya Jana Sangh (from Buldhana ( Constituency no 95 of Maharashtra State ) )[7]
  • 1978: Patil Shivajirao Bhiku, Congress (I) (from Buldhana ( Constituency no 103 of Maharashtra State ) )
  • 2009: Shinde Vijayraj Haribhau, Shiv Sena (from Buldhana ( Constituency no 22 of Maharashtra State ) )[9]

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