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Manipur Election Result 2017

Manipur Assembly Election, The Congress won 28 seats, but the BJP is hot on its heels with 21 wins and neither party is yet assured of a majority.

Party Won Leading Total
All India Trinamool Congress 1 0 1
Bharatiya Janata Party 21 0 21
Indian National Congress 28 0 28
Naga Peoples Front 4 0 4
Lok Jan Shakti Party 1 0 1
National People’s Party 4 0 4
Independent 1 0 1
Total 60 0 60

Complete List of MLA of Manipur 2017

Constituency Winner/Leading Trailing/Runnerup
Khundrakpam Thokchom Lokeshwar Singh (INC) Winner Thangjam Mohendro Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Heingang Nongthombam Biren Singh (BJP) Winner Pangeijam Saratchandra Singh (AITC )Runner-up
Khurai Leishangthem Susindro Meitei (BJP) Winner Dr. Ngairangbam Bijoy Singh (INC )Runner-up
Kshetrigao Nahakpam Indrajit Singh (BJP) Winner Md. Amin Shah (INC )Runner-up
Thongju Thongam Biswajit Singh (BJP)Winner Thokchom Ajit Singh (INC )Runner-up
Keirao Lourembam Rameshwor Meetei (BJP) Winner Md. Nasiruddin Khan (IND )Runner-up
Andro Thounaojam Shyamkumar (INC) Winner Dr. Nimaichand Luwang (BJP )Runner-up
Lamlai Ksh. Biren Singh (INC) Winner Khongbantabam Ibomcha (BJP )Runner-up
Thangmeiband Khumukcham Joykisan Singh (INC) Winner Jyotin Waikhom (BJP )Runner-up
Uripok Yumnam Joykumar Singh (NPP) Winner Laishram Nandakumar Singh (INC )Runner-up
Sagolband Rajkumar Imo Singh (INC) Winner Dr. Khwairakpam Loken Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Keishamthong Langpoklakpam Jayantakumar Singh (NPP) Winner Laisom Ibomcha Singh (INC )Runner-up
Singjamei Yumnam Khemchand Singh (BJP) Winner Irengbam Hemochandra Singh (INC )Runner-up
Yaiskul Thokchom Satyabrata Singh (BJP) Winner Elangbam Chand Singh (INC )Runner-up
Wangkhei Okram Henry Singh (INC) Winner Yumkham Erabot Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Sekmai Heikham Dingo Singh (BJP) Winner Khwairakpam Devendro Singh (INC )Runner-up
Lamsang Sorokhaibam Rajen (BJP) Winner Wangkheimayum Brajabidhu Singh (INC )Runner-up
Konthoujam Dr. Sapam Ranjan Singh (BJP) Winner Konthoujam Sharat Singh (INC )Runner-up
Patsoi Km. Akoijam Mirabai Devi (INC) Winner Sapam Kunjakeswor Singh Keba (NEIDP )Runner-up
Langthabal Karam Shyam (LJP) Winner O. Joy Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Naoriya Pakhanglakpa Soibam Subhaschandra Singh (BJP) Winner R.K. Anand (INC )Runner-up
Wangoi Oinam Lukhoi Singh (INC) Winner Khuraijam Loken Singh (NPP )Runner-up
Mayang Imphal Kongkham Robindro Singh (BJP) Winner Dr. Khukujam Ratankumar Singh (INC )Runner-up
Nambol Nameirakpam Loken Singh (INC) inner Thounaojam Chaoba (BJP )Runner-up
Oinam Laishram Radhakishore Singh (BJP) Winner Dr. Irengbam Ibohalbi Singh (INC )Runner-up
Bishnupur Konthoujam Govindas (INC) Winner Konthoujam Krishna Kumar Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Moirang Pukhrem Sharatchandra Singh (BJP) Winner Mairembam Prithiviraj urf Prithiviraj Singh (INC )Runner-up
Thanga Tongbram Robindro Singh (AITC) Winner Moirangthem Asnikumar Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Kumbi Sanasam Bira Singh (INC) Winner Ningthoujam Mangi (BJP )Runner-up
Lilong Muhammad Abdul Nasir (INC) Winner Y. Antas Khan (IND )Runner-up
Thoubal Okram Ibobi Singh (INC) Winner Leitanthem Basanta Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Wangkhem Keisam Meghachandra Singh (INC) Winner Yumnam Nabachandra Singh (NEIDP )Runner-up
Heirok Thokchom Radheshyam Singh (BJP) Winner Moirangthem Okendro (INC )Runner-up
Wangjing Tentha Paonam Brojen Singh (INC) Winner Moirangthem Hemanta (BJP )Runner-up
Khangabok Surjakumar Okram (INC) Winner Thokchom Jadumani Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Wabgai Md. Fajur Rahim (INC) Winner Dr. Usham Deben Singh (BJP)Runner-up
Kakching Yengkhom Surchandra Singh (INC) Winner M. Rameshwar Singh Ramay (BJP )Runner-up
Hiyanglam Dr. Radheshyam Yumnam (BJP) Winner Elangbam Dwijamani Singh (INC )Runner-up
Sugnu Kangujam Ranjit Singh (INC) Winner Yumnam Jiban Singh (BJP )Runner-up
Jiribam Ashab Uddin (IND) Winner Thoudam Debendra Singh (INC )Runner-up
Chandel Letpao Haokip (NPP ) Winner Ts Warngam (IND )Runner-up
Tengnoupal D. Korungthang (INC) Winner Yangkholet Haokip (BJP )Runner-up
Phungyar K. Leishiyo (NPF) Winner Somi Awungshi (BJP)Runner-up
Ukhrul Alfred Kanngam Arthur (INC) Winner Somatai Shaiza (BJP )Runner-up
Chingai Khashim Vashum (NPF) Winner Sword Vashum (BJP )Runner-up
Saikul Yamthong Haokip (INC) Winner Chungkhokai Doungel (NCP )Runner-up
Karong D.D. Thaisii (INC) Winner R. Yuh Jonathan Tao (BJP )Runner-up
Mao Losii Dikho (NPF)Winner Woba Joram (BJP )Runner-up
Tadubi N. Kayisii (NPP) Winner M. Francis Ngajokpa (BJP )Runner-up
Kangpokpi Nemcha Kipgen (BJP) Winner Kharga Tamang (IND )Runner-up
Saitu Ngamthang Haokip (INC) Winner Haokholet Kipgen (BJP )Runner-up
Tamei Awangbow Newmai (NPF) Winner Z. Kikhonbou Newmai (BJP )Runner-up
Tamenglong Samuel Jendai Kamei (BJP) Winner Janghemlung Panmei (NPF )Runner-up
Nungba Gaikhangam (INC) Winner Adim Pamei (BJP )Runner-up
Tipaimukh Dr. Chaltonlien Amo (INC) Winner Dr. Lallukhum Fimate (BJP )Runner-up
Thanlon Vungzagin Valte (BJP) Winner Chinkholal Thangsing (INC )Runner-up
Henglep T. Thangzalam Haokip (BJP) Winner T. Manga Vaiphei (INC )Runner-up
Churachandpur V. Hangkhanlian (BJP) Winner Phungzathang Tonsing (NPP )Runner-up
Saikot T. N. Haokip (INC )Winner Paokholal Haokip (BJP )Runner-up
Singhat Ginsuanhau (INC )Winner Chinlunthang (BJP )Runner-up

Manipur Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

The north eastern state of Manipur is represented by only two constituencies – Inner Manipur and Outer Manipur. Both the constituencies were won by Indian National Congress (INC). Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), and the Janata Dal (United ) are few of the important political parties in the state. Okram Ibobi Singh is the Chief Minister of Manipur under the government of INC. INC has a stronghold in the state and the exit polls survey predicts the continuation of the party’s victory in the state.

Manipur located in the north east India merged with the Indian union on 15th October, 1949. The border state was centrally administered by the Indian government through a Chief Commissioner. In 1950, this advisory form of government was replaced by a Territorial Council of 30 elected and 2 nominated members. Manipur has two parliamentary seats: Inner Manipur and Outer Manipur.Outer Manipur is reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates. The main political parties of the state are the Indian National Congress (INC), the Manipur People’s Party (MPP), the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), and the Janata Dal (United ). There are about 7.89 crore voters in the state.

About Manipur Elections

Initially the state was a Union Territory. In 1963, the government of Union Territories Act established a Legislative Assembly of 30 elected and 3 nominated members in the Union Territory. The political situation in Manipur was unstable in the late sixties with secessionist and insurgent groups active in the state. The Legislative assembly was dissolved and President’s rule imposed in the state. The Union Territory was now administered by a Lt Governor.

On January 21, 1972 Manipur became a full- fledged state of the Indian Union. Since then, it has held elections for ten state assemblies interspersed with frequent imposition of President’s Rule. There are a number of ethnic tribal communities in Manipur, with the Meities the largest and Kuki, Nagas and Hmars the smaller groups. There is reservation for the scheduled tribes in the state assembly as well as in the Lok Sabha. According to the 2011 census the population of the state is 27,21,756. The number of voters is 17,41,581. Manipur is one of the few states with a 97 % coverage of photo electoral rolls.

The State has a unicameral legislature. There is only one house in legislative assembly of 60 elected members. Out of the 60 assembly seats, 20 are reserved for Scheduled Tribes and 1 for Scheduled Castes. The state has two Lok Sabha seats and one Rajya Sabha seat in the Indian Parliament. Shri Rishang Keishing of the INC is the state representative to the Rajya Sabha of the current Indian Parliament. Dr T Meinya Singh and Shri Thangso Baite represent Manipur in the Lok sabha.

The main political parties in the state are the Indian National Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party, and the Communist party of India. In 1968 the Manipur People’s Party was formed and it won seats in 2007 assembly elections. The BJP has won the inner Manipur Lok sabha seat consistently since 1995 till it lost to the INC in 2004. The INC has formed the state government since 2002. It won the last assembly elections in 2012.

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