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Meghalaya election results 2018: Full list of winners

Meghalaya election results 2018, full list of winners: Meghalaya chief minister and Congress candidate Mukul Sangma won from both Ampati and Songsak constituencies.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: March 4, 2018 3:27:37 pm
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In Meghalaya, the Congress is set to emerge as the single largest party, leading in 17 seats. Other regional parties lead in 19 seats, while the National People’s Party (NPP) leads in 13 and the BJP in six. The party reportedly rushed senior leaders to the state this morning, after initial trends were projected, to explore possibilities of alliances in a bid to retain control over the state. The Mukul Sangma-led government has been in power for the last decade.

Meghalaya chief minister and Congress candidate Mukul Sangma won from both Ampati and Songsak constituencies. Results in 26 constituencies including North Shillong and Sohiong have been declared with Congress winning 11 constituencies. The trends for Meghalaya 2018 Assembly elections show that Congress taking a comfortable lead in 23 seats. Other parties are close behind with 16 seats. While Congress has been ruling in the state for 10 years, two exit polls have predicted that BJP would make significant gains in the state. Chief Minister Mukul Sangma-led Congress is facing a dual threat from Conrad Sangma-led NPP and the BJP which has been a marginal player till the last election. Congress has fielded 59 candidates and BJP 47. NPP has 52 candidates in the fray.

Counting for Meghalaya along with two other Northeast states began this morning.

NPP has gained major footing beyond the hills of Tura where it had a strong presence. NPP is in alliance with BJP at the Centre and in Manipur but in Meghalaya, the two are fighting battles on their own. All eyes will also be on the United Democratic Party (UDP), Hill State People’s Democratic Party (HSPDP) and Garo National Council (GNC) who have formed a pre-poll alliance and can play the kingmaker.

Full list of winners in Meghalaya election results 2018 below:

  1. Congress’ Dr. Mukul Sangma won Ampati seat by a 8104 margin against BJP’s Bakul Ch. Hajong.
  2. UDP’s Lakhmn Rymbui won Amlarem seat by a 2631 margin against NPP’s Stephanson Mukhim.
  3. Independent’s Samuel M Sangma won Baghmara seat by a 2242 margin against NPP candidate Sengnal N. Sagma.
  4. NPP’s Pongseng Marak won Bajengdoba seat by a 1964 margin against Congress’ Brigady Napak Marak.
  5. Congress’ Nazarus Sangma won Chokpot seat by a 2051 margin against NPP’s Secondson A. Sangma.
  6. NPP’s James Pangsang Kongkal Sangma won Dadenggre seat by a 2785 margin against Independent’s Rupa M. Marak.
  7. NPP’s Brening A. Sangma won Dalu seat by a 784 margin against Congress’ Kenethson Sangma.
  8. Nationalist Congress Party’s Saleng A. Sangma won Gambegre seat by a 136 margin against Congress’ Sadhiarani M. Sangma
  9. Congress’ Mazel Ampareeen Lyngdoh won East Shillong seat by a 6074 margin against BJP’s Neil Antonio War.
  10. NPP’s Sosthenes Sohtun won Jirang seat by a 220 margin against Congress’ Witness Day Sancley.
  11. NPP’s Wailadmiki Shylla won Jowai seat by a 1303 margin against UDP’s Moonlight Pariat.
  12. UDP’s Kyrmen Shylla won Khliehriat seat by a 8181 margin against BJP’s Justine Dkhar.
  13. Congress’ Dikkanchi D. Shira won Mahendraganj seat by a 7861 margin against BJP’s Premananda Koch.
  14. UDP’s Metbah Lyngdoh won Mairang seat by a 2914 margin against People’s Democratic Front’s Councellor Singh Wahlang.
  15. People’s Democratic Front’s Banteidor Lyngdoh won Mawkynrew seat by a 509 margin against HSPDP candidate Martle N Mukhim.
  16. NPP’s Rupert Momin won Kharkutta seat by an 809 margin against Congress’ Cherak Watre Momin.
  17. NPP’s Dasakhiatbha Lamare won Mawhati seat by a 204 margin against Independent’s Julias Kitbok Dorphang.
  18. Congress’ Process T. Sawkmie won Mawlai seat by a 1574 margin against Independent’s Teiborlang Pathaw.
  19. HSPDP’s Renikton Lyngdoh Tongkhar won Mawkyrwat seat by a 458 margin against Congress’ Carnes Soshang.
  20. Independent’s Syntar Klas Sunn won Mawphlang seat by a 718 margin against Congress’ Kennedy Cornelius Khyriem.
  21. Congress’ David A Nongrum won Mawryngkneg seat by a 3763 margin against People’s Democratic Front’s Highlander Kharmalki.
  22. NPP’s Gigur Myrthong won Mawshynrut seat by a 3424 margin against HSPDP’s Witting Mawsor.
  23. Congress’ Himalaya Muktan Shangpliang won Mawsynram seat by a 794 margin against People’s Democratic Front’s Pynshngainlang Syiem.
  24. UDP’s Brolding Nongsiej won Mawthadraishan seat by 1829 margin against HSPDP’s Brolinda L Nonglait.
  25. Congress’ Marthon Sangma won Mendipathar seat by a 2677 margin against NPP’s Frankenstein W. Momin.
  26. UDP’s Nujorki Sangoh won Mowkaiaw seat by a 260 margin against NPP’s Gilbert Sten.
  27. Congress’ DAVID A NONGRUM won from Mawryngkneng seat against PDF’s HIGHLANDER KHARMALKI
  28. PDF’s HAMLETSON DOHLING won from Mylliem seat against Congress’ RONNIE V LYNGDOH
  29. NPP’s SNIAWBHALANG DHAR won from Nartiang seat against Congress’ JOPTHIAW LYNGDOH
  30. Independent LAMBOR MALNGIANG won from Nongkrem seat against HSPDP’s ARDENT MILLER BASAIAWMOIT
  31. Congress’ MAYRALBORN SYIEM won from Nongpoh seat against UDP’s RONA KHYMDEIT
  32. NPP’s MACMILLAN BYRSAT won from Nongstoin seat against Congress’ GABRIEL WAHLANG
  33. Congress’ CHARLES PYNGROPE won from Nongthymmai seat against UDP’s DR. JEMINO MAWTHOH
  34. Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement’s ADELBERT NONGRUM won from North Shillong seat against BJP’s J. ANTONIUS LYNGDOH
  35. NPP’s THOMAS A. SANGMA won from North Tura seat against Congress’ NOVERFIELD R. MARAK
  36. NPP’s S. G. ESMATUR MOMININ won from Phulbari seat against Congress’ ABU TAHER MONDAL
  37. BJP’s ALEXANDER LALOO HEK won from Pynthorumkhrah seat against PDF’s JAMES BAN BASAIAWMOIT
  38. NPP’s PRESTONE TYNSONG won from Pynursla seat against UDP’s NEHRU SUTING
  39. Congress’ DR. AZAD ZAMAN won from Rajabala seat against Independent ASHAHEL D. SHIRA
  40. NPP’s BENEDIC R. MARAK won from Raksamgre seat against Congress’ LIMISON D. SANGMA
  41. NPP’s COMINGONE YMBON won from Raliang seat against BJP’s LAKHON BIAM
  42. Congress’ KIMFA SIDNEY MARBANIANG won from Rambrai Jyrngam seat against HSPDP’s K PHLASTINGWELL PANGNIANG
  43. Congress’ ZENITH M. SANGMA won from Rangsakona seat against NPP’s SUBIR M. MARAK
  44. Congress’ MARTIN M. DANGGO won from Ranikor seat against UDP’s PIUS MARWEIN
  45. NPP’s TIMOTHY SHIRA won from Resubelpara seat against Congress’ SALSENG C MARAK
  46. NPP’s RAKKAM A. SANGMA won from Rongara Siju seat against Independent ROPHUL S. MARAK
  47. NPP’s JIM M SANGMA won from Rongjeng seat against Independent WALSENG M. SANGMA
  48. Congress’ WINNERSON D. SANGMA won from Salmanpara seat against NPP’s IAN BOTHAM K. SANGMA
  49. Congress’ CLEMENT MARAK won from Selsella seat against NPP’s FERLIN C. A. SANGMA
  50. UDP’s DONKUPAR ROY won from Shella seat against PDP’s LESTON WANSWETT
  51. HSPDP’s SAMLIN MALNGIANG won from Sohiong seat against Congress’ H. DONKUPAR R. LYNGDOH
  52. PDF’s GAVIN MIGUEL MYLLIEM won from Sohra seat against UDP’s TITOSSTAR WELL CHYNE
  53. Congress’ DR. MUKUL SANGMA won from Songsak seat against NPP’s NIHIM D SHIRA
  54. BJP’s SANBOR SHULLAI won from South Shillong seat against Congress’ MANAS CHAUDHURI
  55. NPP’s AGATHA K. SANGMA won from South Tura seat against BJP’s BILLYKID A. SANGMA
  56. Congress’ SHITLANG PALE won from Sutnga Saipung seat against NPP’s HOPEFUL BAMON
  57. Congress’ JIMMY D. SANGMA won from Tikrikilla seat against Independent RAHINATH BARCHUNG
  58. Congress’ GEORGE BANKYNTIEWLANG LYNGDOH won from Umroi seat against NPP’s NGAITLANG DHAR
  59. PDF’s JASON SAWKMIE MAWLONG won from Umsning seat against Congress’ CELESTINE LYNGDOH
  60. Congress’ MOHENDRO RAPSANG won from West Shillong seat against UDP’s PAUL LYNGDOH

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