List of Governors of Meghalaya



List of Governors of Meghalaya



Sr. NoName of GovernorsFromTo
1Braj Kumar Nehru1 April, 1970September. 1973
2Lallan Prasad SinghSeptember 1973Aug 10, 1981
3Prakash Chandra MehrotraAug 11, 198128 March, 1984
4Triveni Sahai Misra29 March, 198415 April, 1984
5Bhishma Narain Singh16 April, 198410 May, 1989
6Harideo Joshi11 May, 198926 July, 1989
7Abubakar Abdul RahimJul 27, 19898 May, 1990
8Madhukar Dighe9 May, 199018 June, 1995
9M. M. Jacob19 June, 199511 April, 2007
10Banwari Lal JoshiApr 12, 200728 October, 2007
11Shivinder Singh Sidhu29 October, 200730 June, 2008
12Ranjit Shekhar MooshaharyJul 1, 2008Jun 30, 2013
13K. K. PaulJul 1, 2013May 13, 2015
14V ShanmuganathanMay 13, 2015Jan 27 2017
15Banwarilal Purohit Jan 27 2017 5 October 2017
16Ganga Prasad 5 October 2017Present




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