Bhuban Bijoy Majumder

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Bhuban Bijoy Majumder (Bengali: ভুুুবন বিজয় মজুমদার) was an Indian politician from Tripura.[1][2][3][4][5] He was the core member of the Indian political party, Amra Bangali.[1][2][4][5] He had contested several times in the Tripura Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections as the candidate of Amra Bangali.[1][3][5][6] His political ideology was Progressive Utilization Theory as he was an active leader of the party and the worker of the social movement, Bangalistan.[2][7]


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  6. "Kamalasagar Assembly Constituency Election Result - Legislative Assembly Constituency". Retrieved 2020-06-13.
  7. prbhkr (2012-03-15). "Amra Bangali". Retrieved 2020-06-13.

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