Meghalaya Election Results 2018: Meghalaya Assembly Elections were held on 27th February across the state. The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Elections held for 2 Parliamentary Constituencies and 60 Assembly Constituencies. Indian National Congress is the ruling party in the state of Meghalaya while the United Democratic Party (UDP) is the opposition party. Mukul Sangma is the chief minister of the state and Ganga Prasad is the Governor. Achal Kumar Joti is the present chief election commissioner of Meghalaya state.
Meghalaya Assembly Election Results 2018 Live Counting Updates, Winners List PDf Constituency Wise
The Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha elections were held in February month and the results the vote counting and result announcement will be done in the month of March. Previously the Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha elections were held in 2013, and after 5 years the elections were held again in 2018. Check more details of Meghalaya Assembly elections participated, winners list, results and more from here below.
Meghalaya Assembly Election/ Vidhan Sabha Election 2018 – Complete Schedule
|Date for nominations||31 Jan 2018||Wednesday|
|Last date for filing nominations||7 Feb 2018||Wednesday|
|Date for scrutiny of nominations||8 Feb 2018||Thursday|
|Last date for withdrawal of candidatures||12 Feb 2018||Monday|
|Date of poll||27 Feb 2018||Tuesday|
|Date of counting||3 Mar 2018||Saturday|
|Date before which the election shall be completed||5 Mar 2018||Monday|
Meghalaya Election Result 2017 – Live Vote Counting Updates, Winners List Name Wise
BJP is sure and certain of its grasp over the Northeastern state, some portion of the reason the party is considering going single in the 2018 Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha polls. The saffron party is leading studies and would accept the last call in view of that. Nalin Kohli, BJP Secretary of Meghalaya, expressed that the party did not win any seat in the last elections of 2013; in any case, it was ahead in the 6 out of 7 seats for the Lok Sabha elections held in 2014. The party leaders trust that they are probably going to win more votes if they don’t shape a coalition with different parties for the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election 2018.
The BJP is further more confident about winning Meghalaya elections after winning 40 seats in out of 60 in Himachal Pradesh and Meghalaya states. Prime Minister Narendra Modi belongs to BJP party is presently ruling the nation and it is more confident that can wipe off the ruling party Congress in the state of Meghalaya.
Meghalaya Assembly Elections 2018 Parties Participated
- The Indian National Congress (INC)
- Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
- All India Trinamool Congress (AITC)
- Garo National Council
- Nationalist Congress Party
- Janata Dal (United)
- National People’s Party
- United Democratic Party
- Hill State People’s Democratic Party
- North East Social Democratic Party
- Meghalaya Democratic Party
NPP (National People Party) is out with the name of 24 applicants, strikingly among them is previous association serve Agatha K Sangma. The gathering additionally has a significant nearness in Jaintia and Khasi slopes. Joined Democratic Party (UDP) has chosen to unite with different gatherings with a comparative pronouncement and plans to cut down the Congress. Individuals Democratic Front (PDF) excessively joined the race and proclaimed its chief minister candidate.
A few parties trust that the Vidhan Sabha Elections in Meghalaya can show a destruction for Congress and against incumbency can assume an extraordinary part in the same.
Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha Elections 2018 Winners List, Vote Counting Live Updates
Meghalaya Assembly election vote counting is scheduled on 3rd March 2018. The Meghalaya Assembly Election Results will be announced on the same day of vote counting. Various Meghalaya News Channels are going to live stream the Meghalaya assembly election vote counting live updates.
|Name of the Party||Leading||Won||Total|
|Indian National Congress (INC)||–||–||–|
|Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)||–||–||–|
|All India Trinamool Congress (AITC)||–||–||–|
|Garo National Council||–||–||–|
|Nationalist Congress Party||–||–||–|
|Janata Dal (United)||–||–||–|
|National People’s Party||–||–||–|
|United Democratic Party||–||–||–|
|Hill State People’s Democratic Party||–||–||–|
|North East Social Democratic Party||–||–||–|
|Meghalaya Democratic Party||–||–||–|