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Meghalaya General Election Results


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Meghalaya General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2019


*Map showing the constituency wise Meghalaya General Election Results 2019.

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Map of Meghalaya Parliamentary Election Result 2014
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*Map showing the constituency wise Meghalaya General Election Results 2014.

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Party Wise Meghalaya Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Indian National CongressINC1
National Peoples PartyNPP1
Total 2


Constituency Wise Meghalaya Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
Shillong(ST)1Vincent H. PalaINCPrechard B. M. BasaiawmoitIND40,379
Tura(ST)2Purno Agitok SangmaNPPDaryl William Ch MominINC39,716
Summary of Meghalaya General Election 2014

The ballots were cast in the state of Meghalaya on 9 April 2014 to elect the members for the two parliamentary constituencies (ST category) of the 16th Lok Sabha. The result of the polling conducted at 2,562 polling booths across the state was announced on 16 May 2014.

The total turnout for the voting was 71% in the state. Important candidates were: Vincent H. Pala of the Congress, Shibun Lyngdoh of the BJP, Paul Lyngdoh of the United Democratic Party, and independent candidates like P.B.M. Basaiawmoit, Ivoryna Shylla, etc.

Total turnout: 71 % (2 seats)

TimeVoting Percentage
03:00 PM53%
05:00 PM66%


Reference:
  • Chief Electoral Officer, Meghalaya
  • Election Commission of India
  • Press Information Bureau
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Meghalaya Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Meghalaya20091Shillong(ST)Pala, Shri Vincent H MINC232270John Filmore KharshiingMUDP124402
Meghalaya20092Tura(ST)Sangma, Kum. Agatha K. FNCP154476Debora C. MarakMINC136531


 

Meghalaya Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1ShillongGENPaty Ripple KyndiahMINC190058S. Loniak MarbaniangMIND119162
2TuraGENPurano Agitok SangmaMAITC191938Dr. Mukul SangmaMINC119175
By PollsTuraGENPurno Agitok Sangma MNCP220024Mukul M. Sangma MINC118848


     


     

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