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Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Elections 2014

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Arunachal Pradesh By-Polls Election Result 2014

YearA.C No.A.C NameType of A.C.WinnerSexPartyVotesRunner UPSexPartyVotes
2014By PollsKanubari(ST)Gabriel Denwang WangsuMINC5231Rongnai MahamMBJP4346

Arunachal Pradesh By-Elections 2014

Assembly Consistuency No.Name of Assembly ConsistuencyPolling dateCounting of Votes Date
58Kanubari (ST) Wednesday, 15th October 2014Sunday, 19th October 2014

Arunachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election 2014

The provisional Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh was formed during 1975-78. The first state assembly election was held in 1990.

The Arunachal Pradesh Assembly is composed of 60 assembly constituencies. In the upcoming legislative assembly elections, 139 candidates from various parties and 14 independent candidates will be in fray. Currently, the state has a 60-member assembly, for which a voter turnout of 7,50,575 people is expected on the poll day.

In the assembly election of 2009, the Indian National Congress had won 42 seats while the Nationalist Congress Party and the All India Trinamool Congress secured 5 seats each. The People's Party of Arunachal and the BJP had bagged four and three seats, respectively. One seat was won by an independent candidate.

The constitutional term of the current assembly was scheduled to terminate on 4 November 2014. However, the assembly of the state was dissolved on 6 March 2014, leading to early assembly elections.

This year, the assembly elections of the state and the Lok Sabha polls will be held simultaneously on 9 April 2014 in Arunachal Pradesh.

Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Elections

Arunachal Pradesh is an agrarian state located in Northeast India with Itanagar as its capital. It is popularly known as the 'land of rising sun' because sun`s rays first fall on this state. It shares its border with several northeastern states like Assam, Nagaland, Myanmar and Bhutan. The provisional Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh was formed during 1975 to 1978. Arunachal Pradesh was given statehood on 20th February 1987 and the first state assembly elections were held in 1990. In the upcoming legislative assembly elections 139 candidates from various parties and 14 independent candidates will be in fray. Currently, the state has 60 member assembly for which a voter turnout of 7, 50,575 people is expected on the poll day.

  List of the Assembly Constituencies in Arunachal Pradesh  
Constituency No.Constituency NameConstituency No.Constituency Name
1Lumla31Along East
4Dirang34Tuting Yingkiong
6Thrizino Buragaon36Nari-Koyu
7Bomdila37Pasighat West
8Bameng38Pasighat East
10Seppa East40Mariyang-Geku
11Seppa West41Anini
12Pakke Kessang42Dambuk
17Ziro Hapoli47Namsai
19Nyapin49Bordumsa Diyum
22Nacho52Changlang South
23Taliha53Changlang North
25Raga55Khonsa East
26Dumporijo56Khonsa West
27Liromoba57Borduria Bogapani
29Basar59Longding Pumao
30Along West60Pongchao Wakka

Last Updated on : March 14, 2014

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