|Swapan Kumar Nandi|
|Alamgir Hossen Chowdhury|
Arambagh Municipality was established in 1886.
Arambagh Subdivisonal Hospital, with 250 beds, is located in the Arambagh Municipality area.
About the 2010 municipal elections, The Guardian wrote, "Today's municipal elections are unlike any for decades: the Communists, who have held West Bengal's main towns almost without a break since the 1970s, are facing disaster… This time defeat is likely to be definitive and could signal the beginning of the end for the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPIM)."
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