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Manipur Vidhan Sabha Election Result Live Counting 2017


Manipur Assembly Election Result Live  Counting- Booth wise Leading Trailing Manipur Vidhan Sabha Election Result Party Winner Candidate BJP Congress TMC Vidhan Sabha Election 2017 will be declared on 11h March 2017 at

Manipur state is another one that is going through a polling session along with other 4 states. The state of Manipur Vidhan Sabha had poll for election a fresh assembly for the next 5 years. The poll is required as the current of office of its members expires this year. There are a total of 60 seats in the state assembly of Manipur. A party must claim a majority over at least 31 seats to form a government. The Election Commission of India (ECI) announced that the state of Manipur will be covered in two phases.

The first phase was successfully conducted on the 4th of March 2017. The second phase was held on the 8th of March 2017. A satisfactory percentage of voters’ turnout was recorded in both the phases. The ECI declared that each phase was accomplished fairly and smoothly. The participation of voters was impressive and commendable. Both the phases were accomplished under tight security and supervision.

Manipur Assembly Election Constituency Booth Wise Counting Result 2017

The Manipur Assembly Election Result of the election session will be announced on the 11th of March this year after the counting of votes. The Manipur Assembly Election Result, at present, are sealed the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). 11th of March will declare the Manipur Assembly Election Result winner and Manipur will get a new government. The voters have not disclosed their mood this time; therefore, even the opinion polls are showing a tough competition between the parties.

The 2017 Election session is more exciting than before. It is because of the independent candidates who may prove to be as powerful as the strong political parties. The ruling party Indian National Congress (INC) does not wish to lose the state. It has expressed confidence of second consecutive victory. The other strong party Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is striving hard to emerge as a victorious political party in Manipur. There are other parties in the state as well which may become the king makers such as; Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Trinamool Congress (TMC) party and People’s Resurgence and Justice Alliance.

The 2012 Vidhan Sabha session brought a majority of seats to Indian National Congress (INC). Congress Party defeated the toughest challenging party Trinamool Congress Party (TMC). Congress Party succeeded to gain a victory over 42 seats while TMC got only 5 seats. The local level party, Manipur State Congress Party (MSCP) got a total of 5 seats and it later joined INC to reach the total of 47 seats. Then Okram Ibobi Singh was declared as the Chief Minister of Manipur.

The voters expressed that they have sealed the votes of candidates on the basis of performance and promises. Voters want growth and development, employment opportunities, progress, infrastructure, education etc. The Manipur Assembly Election Result will finally clarify the decision of voters and also bring some new alteration in the Manipur politics.

Manipur Assembly Election Vidhan Sabha / Constituency are:-

1 Khundrakpam
2 Heingang
3 Khurai
4 Kshetrigao
5 Thongju
6 Keirao
7 Andro
8 Lamlai
9 Thangmeiband
10 Uripok
11 Sagolband
12 Keishamthong
13 Singjamei
14 Yaiskul
15 Wangkhei
16 Sekmai (SC)
17 Lamsang
18 Konthoujam
19 Patsoi
20 Langthabal
21 Naoriya pakhanglakpa
22 Wangoi
23 Mayang imphal
24 Nambol
25 Oinam
26 Bishnupur
27 Moirang
28 Thanga
29 Kumbi
30 Lilong
31 Thoubal
32 Wangkhem
33 Heirok
34 Wangjing tentha
35 Khangabok
36 Wabgai
37 Kakching
38 Hiyanglam
39 Sugnu
40 Jiribam
41 Chandel (ST)
42 Tengnoupal (ST)
43 Phungyar (ST)
44 Ukhrul (ST)
45 Chingai (ST)
46 Saikul (ST)
47 Karong (ST)
48 Mao (ST)
49 Tadubi (ST)
50 Kangpokpi
51 Saitu (ST)
52 Tamei (ST)
53 Tamenglong (ST)
54 Nungba (ST)
55 Tipaimukh (ST)
56 Thanlon (ST)
57 Henglep (ST)
58 Churachandpur (ST)
59 Saikot (ST)

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Updated: March 11, 2017 — 2:11 am
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