Bhuban Bijoy Majumder
Bhuban Bijoy Majumder (Bengali: ভুুুবন বিজয় মজুমদার) was an Indian politician from Tripura. He was the core member of the Indian political party, Amra Bangali. He had contested several times in the Tripura Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections as the candidate of Amra Bangali. His political ideology was Progressive Utilization Theory as he was an active leader of the party and the worker of the social movement, Bangalistan.
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