List of Chief Ministers (CM) of Tripura


List of Chief Ministers (CM) of Tripura



Sl. No.Chief Ministers NameFromToParty
1Sachindra Lal SinghJul 1, 1963Nov 1, 1971INC
 President's ruleNov 1, 1971Mar 20, 1972 
2Sukhamoy Sen GuptaMar 20, 1972Mar 31, 1977INC
3Prafulla Kumar DasApr 1, 1977Jul 25, 1977CD
4Radhika Ranjan GuptaJul 26, 1977Nov 4, 1977JP
 President's ruleNov 5, 1977Jan 5, 1978 
5Nripen ChakrabortyJan 5, 1978Feb 5, 1988CPM
6Sudhir Ranjan MajumdarFeb 5, 1988Feb 19, 1992INC
7Samir Ranjan BarmanFeb 19, 1992Mar 10, 1993INC
 President's ruleMar 11, 1993Apr 10, 1993 
8Dasarath DebApr 10, 1993Mar 11, 1998CPM
9Manik SarkarMar 11, 1998Mar 9, 2018CPM
9Biplab Kumar DebMar 9, 2018PresentBJP


Chief Ministers of India

Andhra PradeshJharkhandPondicherry
Arunachal PradeshKarnatakaPunjab
AssamKeralaRajasthan
BiharMadhya PradeshSikkim
ChhattisgarhMaharashtraTamil Nadu
DelhiManipurTelangana
GoaMeghalayaTripura
GujaratMizoramUttar pradesh
HaryanaNagalandUttarakhand
Himachal PradeshOrissaWest Bengal
Jammu Kashmir 




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