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Partha Pratim Roy

Partha Pratim Roy is a former Member of Parliament and belongs to the All India Trinamool Congress political party. In the year 2016, he was elected as Member of Parliament in 16th Lok Sabha representing Coochbehar, West Bengal through bypoll.

Constituency Coochbehar

DOB 1981-11-15

Education Post Graduate

Contact No. 09002855463

Partha Pratim Roy


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Partha Pratim Roy

Date of birth 1981-11-15

Gender Male

Place Of Birth Coochbehar

Permanent Address 216, North Avenue, New Delhi-110001

Constituency name Coochbehar

Profession School Teacher

Citizenship indian

Party Name AITC

Father's name Suresh Chandra Roy

Mother's name Madhumala Roy

Spouse's name Priyanka Narayan Roy

Spouse's Profession Health Assistant

Assets & Liabilities

Assets Rs: 5979673

Liabilities Rs: 511849

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Partha Pratim Roy


IPC Section 143, 448, 427, 506

  • G.R No 428/13, Court took cognizance- Ld. CJM Sadar Cooch Behar.


IPC Section 143, 448, 427, 373, 506

  • G.R No 340/13, Date of cognizance- 24/10/2016.

Frequently asked questions About Partha Pratim Roy

Partha Pratim Roy is AITC MP from Coochbehar. He was born in Coochbehar and currently lives in 216, North Avenue, New Delhi-110001. Regarding his education, He is a post-graduate and is into School Teacher.

Partha Pratim Roy has assets worth Rs. 5979673 (Fifty-nine Lakh Seventy-nine Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-three) and financial liability of Rs. 511849 (Five Lakh Eleven Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-nine) .

We have found 2 criminal cases registered against Partha Pratim Roy as of 2024. There are only few leaders in India who does not have criminal offences or cases registered against them. Choose your neta wisely and vote for nation's bright future!

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