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Sikkim Assembly Elections 2014



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Sikkim By-Elections 2014



Assembly Consistuency No.Name of Assembly ConsistuencyPolling dateCounting of Votes Date
15Rangang - Yangang13th September, 2014 (Saturday)16th September, 2014 (Tuesday)


Sikkim Assembly Election Schedule 2014



Date of Issue of Gazette Notification: Wednesday, 19th March 2014

Last Date for Nominations: Wednesday, 26th March 2014

Scrutiny of Nominations to be closed on: Thursday, 27th March 2014

Last Date for withdrawing the candidatures: Saturday, 29th March 2014

Date of Poll: Saturday, 12th April 2014

Date of counting the votes: Friday, 16th May 2014


Sikkim Vidhan Sabha Election 2014



The Legislative Assembly of Sikkim is composed of 32 constituencies. Out of these, 12 are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST) while two are reserved for candidates of Scheduled Castes (SC).

The first Assembly election of Sikkim was conducted in the year 1979, which was won by the Indian National Congress (INC).

In the assembly polls of 2009, the Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) won absolute majority by winning all the 32 assembly seats. The current leader of the Sikkim Assembly is Pawan Kumar Chaming, the present Chief Minister of Sikkim.

The next Sikkim Assembly election has been scheduled for 12 April 2014. The counting of votes will take place on 16 May 2014.

In the upcoming assembly election, major political parties like the CPI (M), the BJP, and the INC, along with some of the regional parties, will go to polls. The Sikkim Himali Rajya Parishad Party, the Sikkim Jan Ekta Party, and the Sikkim Gorkha Prajatantric Party are some of the regional parties.

  List of the Assembly Constituencies in Sikkim  
Constituency No.Constituency NameConstituency No.Constituency Name
1Yoksam-Tashiding (BL)17Khamdong-Singtam
2Yangthang 18West Pendam (SC)
3Maneybung-Dentam 19Rhenock
4Gyalshing-Barnyak 20Chujachen
5Rinchenpong (BL)21Gnathang-Machong (BL)
6Daramdin (BL)22Namcheybung
7Soreong-Chakung 23Shyari (BL)
8Salghari-Zoom (SC)24Martam-Rumtek (BL)
9Barfung (BL)25Uppertadong
10Poklok-Kamrang 26Arithang
11Namchi-Singhithang 27Gangtok (BL)
12Melli 28Upper Burtuk
13Namthang-Rateypani 29Kabi Lungchuk (BL)
14Temi-Namphing 30Djongu (BL)
15Rangang-Yangang 31Lachen Mangan (BL)
16Tumen-Lingi (BL)32Sangha




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