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Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election Results 2014


Arunachal Pradesh Parliamentary Election Result

Parties
Seats
INC
42
BJP
11
PPA
5
IND
2

Arunachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Election Results

*Map showing Arunachal Pradesh Election 2014 Results. Disclaimer


State Lead+Win Second Lead+Win Others : Lead+Win
Arunachalpradesh (60)INC 42BJP 11PPA 5IND 2
Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Elections 2014 Results Summary

The Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election Result for 2014 has the Indian National Congress retaining power winning 42 out of 60 seats.

The party wise break-up of constituencies is as follows:

Total constituencies: 60
  • Indian National Congress: 42
  • BJP: 11
  • People's Party of Arunachal: 5
  • Independent: 2
The party wise break-up of vote share is:
  • Indian National Congress: 49.5% ; Total votes: 251575
  • Bharatiya Janata Party: 31.0% ; Total votes: 157412
  • People's Party of Arunachal: 9.0% ; Total votes: 45532
  • Independent: 4.9% ; Total votes: 24985

Chief Minister, Nabam Tuki has successfully led his party the Indian National Congress to victory. He retained his seat from Sagalee Constituency and won unopposed. There were 11 candidates that won unopposed and all were from the Congress party, underlining the strength of the party within the state. The people of Arunachal Pradesh have voted strongly for the Congress which is against the general anti-incumbency trends seen across the country. However, Congress lost seats in Along West, Bomdila, Bordumsa-Diyum, Changlang North, Koloriang, Mariyam-Geku, Mechukha, Nampong, Nari-Koyu, Pasighat East, Raga, Tezu, Ziro-Hapoli. Kanubari constituency will have to go in for a re-poll as the winning candidate from Congress, Newlai Tingkhatra died of cardiac arrest.

In 2009 Assembly Elections, the BJP won 3 seats, whereas in 2014 it won 11 seats. The PPA in 2009 won 4 seats, whereas in 2014 it won 5 seats. The AITC in 2009 won 7 seats, whereas in 2014 it won 0 seats. The NCP won 5 seats in 2009, whereas in 2014 it won 0 seats.

The interesting fact about this state is the fact that it has always encouraged new comers to enter the political fray and the number of young politicians are higher than found in other states.

This election was no different with 19 new faces fighting the elections. We have 9 from the BJP, 5 from the Congress, 3 from PPA and 2 are independent candidates. The feature of these elections have been the fact that several newcomers fought and won against established candidates, unusual in other states.

Debutant, Tumke Bagra, BJP (Along West) has defeated the Parliamentary Secretary (Home), Gadam Ete. Tamar Murtem, BJP (Raga) has defeated Health Parliamentary Secretary, Nido Pavitra. In Roing constituency, the PPA Chief Minister hopeful, Laeta Umbrey lost to debutant from Congress Mutchu Mithi. Another newcomer Tatung Jamoh defeated the sitting MLA from BJP, Dr Tangor Tapak.

Arunachal Pradesh Election 2009 Results
Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Elections Results
*Map showing Arunachal Pradesh Election 2009 Results. Disclaimer


The state of Arunachal Pradesh went for Legislative Assembly election on 13th October 2009 for 60 constituencies.
The results for elections were declared on 22 October 2009.

The Indian National Congress made a clean sweep by capturing 42 seats in comparison to 34 seats in 2004 Assembly elections. The Nationalist Congress Party and the All India Trinamool Congress won five seats each.

The People's Party of Arunachal, a regional party, has grabbed 4 seats for Dirang, Palin, Tali and Thrizino-buragaon constituency. One independent candidate won from Namsai constituency with a margin of 5699 votes.

Interestingly, in the 2009 assembly elections of Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu and two Congress members Tsewang Dhondup and Jambey Tashi were declared elected unopposed.

  Legislative Assembly Election Results 2009  

*Note: This is the updated result after the by-poll held in 2013 for Dambuk (ST) constituency.

  Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Result 2014 (Constituency-Wise)  
A.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameSexPartyVotesRunner-UPSexPartyVotesMargin
1Lumla(ST)Jambey TashiMINC4254Theg Tse RinpocheMIND27551499
2Tawang(ST)Tsering TashiMIND6421Tsewang DhondupMINC13675054
3Mukto(ST)Pema Khandu*MINC Uncontested -- --
4Dirang(ST)Phurpa Tsering*MINC Uncontested -- --
5Kalaktang(ST)Tenzing Norbu ThongdokMINC4110Tsering SonamMPPA3401709
6Thrizino Buragaon(ST)Kumsi SidisowMINC7873Gandhi SakrinsowMBJP27905083
7Bomdila(ST)Japu DeruMBJP4345R. T. KhunjujuN.AINC3660685
8Bameng(ST)Kumar WaiiMINC5080Vijay SonamMBJP32211859
9ChayangTajo(ST)Karya BagangMINC4343L. K. YangfoMBJP3928415
10Seppa East(ST)Tapuk TakuMINC5134Lelung LingfaMBJP23662768
11Seppa West(ST)Shri Mama Natung*MINC* Uncontested -- --
12Pakke Kessang(ST)Kameng Dolo*MINC* Uncontested -- --
13Itanagar(ST)Techi KasoMINC18790Tame PhassangMBJP139494841
14Doimukh(ST)Nabam Rebia*MINC* UncontestedM-- --
15Sagalee(ST)Nabam Tuki*MINC* UncontestedM-- --
16Yachuli(ST)Likha SaayaMINC6685Taba NirmaliMNCP661570
17Ziro Hapoli(ST)Tage TakiMBJP8885Padi RichoMINC76661219
18Palin(ST)Shri Takam Pario*MINC* Uncontested -- --
19Nyapin(ST)Shri Bamang Felix*MINC* Uncontested -- --
20Tali(ST)Markio TadoMINC4762Thaji Gichak KiogiMNCP3949813
21Koloriang(ST)Pani TaramMPPA4974Lokam TassarMINC4697277
22Nacho(ST)Tanga Byaling*MINC* Uncontested -- --
23Taliha(ST)Punji Mara*MINC* Uncontested -- --
24Daporijo(ST)Dikto YekarMINC6278Tapen SigaMBJP624137
25Raga(ST)Tamar MurtemMBJP6401Nido PavitraMINC638021
26Dumporijo(ST)Paknga BageMIND5500Takar MardeMINC41431357
27Liromoba(ST)Jarbom GamlinMINC5483Bai GadiMBJP41791304
28Likabali(ST)Jomde KenaMINC3524Yai MaraMIND2972552
29Basar(ST)Gojen GadiMINC7206Togo BasarMPPA54071799
30Along West(ST)Tumke BagraMBJP6312Gadam EteMINC37262586
31Along East(ST)Jarkar GamlinMINC4409Tummar BagraMNCP3477932
32Rumgong(ST)Tamiyo TagaMBJP4609Talem TabohMINC4419190
33Mechukha(ST)Pasang Dorjee SonaMPPA3825Tori RagyorMINC377946
34Tuting Yingkiong(ST)Alo LibangMINC4834Gegong ApangMBJP4470364
35Pangin(ST)Tapang TalohMINC5652Ojing TasingMBJP5046606
36Nari-Koyu(ST)Kento RinaMBJP3264Tako DabiMINC2875389
37Pasighat West(ST)Tatung JamohMINC5589Tangor TapakMBJP4755834
38Pasighat East(ST)Kaling MoyongMBJP7664Bosiram SiramMINC761450
39Mebo(ST)Lombo Tayeng*MINC* UncontestedM-- --
40Mariyang-Geku(ST)Olom PanyangMBJP4198J. K. PanggengMINC41899
41Anini(ST)Rajesh TachoMINC1829Eri TayuMBJP1637192
42Dambuk(ST)Gum TayengMINC5473Roding PertinMBJP42841189
43Roing(ST)Mutchu MithiMINC5434Laeta UmbreyMPPA32492185
44Tezu(ST)Dr. Mohesh ChaiMBJP7147Karikho KriMINC6666481
45Hayuliang(ST)Kalikho PulMINC7272Banim KriMBJP15025770
46Chowkham(ST)Chow Tewa MeinMINC5578Sotai KriMBJP26842894
47Namsai(ST)Zingnu NamchoomMINC10402Chow Pingthika NamchoomMBJP60914311
48Lekang(ST)Chowna MeinMINC6337Bida TakuMPPA51581179
49Bordumsa DiyumGENNikh KaminMPPA5309C. C. SingphoMINC39811328
50Miao(ST)Kamlung MosangMINC8806Chomjong HaidleyMBJP49823824
51Nampong(ST)Laisam SimaiMBJP3529Setong SenaMINC3326203
52Changlang South(ST)Phosum KhimhumMINC3235John JugliMNCP12411994
53Changlang North(ST)Tesam PongteMBJP3486Thinghaap TaijuMINC24491037
54Namsang(ST)Wangki LowangMINC2956Wanglong RajkumarMBJP2040916
55Khonsa East(ST)Wanglam SawinMPPA3169T. L. RajkumarMBJP2292877
56Khonsa West(ST)Tirong AbohMPPA3898Yumsem MateyMINC19901908
57Borduria Bogapani(ST)Wanglin LowangdongMINC2253Lowangcha WanglatMBJP1939314
58Kanubari(ST)Newlai TingkhatraMINC5231Rongnai MahamMBJP434649
By PollsKanubari(ST)Gabriel Denwang WangsuMINC5231Rongnai MahamMBJP4346 
59Longding Pumao(ST)Thangwang WanghamMINC4341Tanpho WangnawMBJP3966375
60Pongchao Wakka(ST)Honchun NgandamMINC5432Longwang WanghamMPPA33942038


  Arunachal Pradesh Election Results 2009 Constituency Wise  
Constituency No.Constituency NameWinning CandidateParty
1Lumla (ST)Jambey TashiINC
2Tawang (ST)Tsewang DhondupINC
3Mukto (ST)Dorjee KhanduINC
4Dirang (ST)Phurpa TseringPPA
5Kalaktang (ST)Tenzing Norbu ThongdINC
6Thrizino Buragaon (ST)Kumsi SidisowPPA
7Bomdila (ST)R.T. KhunjujuINC
8Bameng (ST)Kumar WaiiINC
9ChayangTajo (ST)Karya BagangAITC
10Seppa East (ST)Tapuk TakuAITC
11Seppa West (ST)Tani LoffaAITC
12Pakke Kessang (ST)Atum WellyINC
13Itanagar (ST)Shri Techi KasoNCP
14Doimukh (ST)Shri Nabam RebiaINC
15Sagalee (ST)Shri NabamTukiINC
16Yachuli (ST)Shri Likha SaayaINC
17Ziro Hapoli (ST)Shri Padi RichoINC
18Palin (ST)Takam TagarPPA
19Nyapin (ST)Bamang FelixNCP
20Tali (ST)Markio TadoPPA
21Koloriang (ST)Lokam TassarINC
22Nacho (ST)Shri Tanga ByalingINC
23Taliha (ST)Shri Punji MaraINC
24Daporijo (ST)Shri Tapen SigaBJP
25Raga (ST)Sri Nido PavitraINC
26Dumporijo (ST)Shri Takar MardeINC
27Liromoba (ST)Jarbom GamlinINC
28Likabali (ST)Jomde KenaINC
29Basar (ST)Gojen GadiINC
30Along West (ST)Gadam EteINC
31Along East (ST)Jarkar GamlinINC
32Rumgong (ST)Tamiyo TagaBJP
33Mechukha (ST)Pasang Dorjee SonaINC
34Tuting Yingkiong (ST)Alo LibangNCP
35Pangin (ST)Tapang TalohINC
36Nari-Koyu (ST)Tako DabiINC
37Pasighat West (ST)Dr. Tangor TapakBJP
38Pasighat East (ST)Bosiram SiramINC
39Mebo (ST)Ralom BorangNCP
40Mariyang-Geku (ST)J K PanggengINC
41Anini (ST)Rajesh TachoINC
42Dambuk (ST)Jomin TayengNCP
42 (After By-Poll in 2013)Dambuk (ST)Gum TayengINC
43Roing (ST)Shri Laeta UmbreyAITC
44Tezu (ST)Karikho KriINC
45Hayuliang (ST)Shri Kalikho PulINC
46Chowkham (ST)ChowTewa MeinINC
47Namsai (ST)Nang Sati MeinIND
48Lekang (ST)Chowna MeinINC
49Bordumsa Diyum GENC.C SingphoINC
50Miao (ST)Kamlung MosangINC
51Nampong (ST)Setong SenaINC
52Changlang South (ST)Phosum KhimhunINC
53Changlang North (ST)ThinghaapTaijuINC
54Namsang (ST)Wangki LowangINC
55Khonsa East (ST)Kamthok LowangAITC
56Khonsa West (ST)Yumsem MateyINC
57Borduria Bogapani (ST)Wanglin LowangdongINC
58Kanubari (ST)Newlai Ting khatraINC
59Longding Pumao (ST)Thangwang WanghamINC
60Pongchao Wakka (ST)Honchun NgandamINC


Last Updated on : May 29, 2014






     


     

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