Home » Chief Minister N. Biren regain seat with a landslide victory; Heavyweight Congress leader Gaikhangam, President N. Loken, NPP leader and Dy. CM Joykumar, L Jayantakumar defeated; Counting underway

Chief Minister N. Biren regain seat with a landslide victory; Heavyweight Congress leader Gaikhangam, President N. Loken, NPP leader and Dy. CM Joykumar, L Jayantakumar defeated; Counting underway

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, March 10

Chief Minister N Biren Singh of Heingang AC regain his seat in Heingang Assembly Constituency by a huge margin of nearly 20,000 votes than his nearest rival Pangeijam Saratcandra Singh today.
At 4 pm today, counting for 43 Assembly constituencies have been completed and out of this BJP has so far won in 21 seats, INC and JDU have already won 5 seats each, NPP has won in 7 seats and NPF have so far won 4 seats each.
Counting for 17 Assembly constituencies is underway at the time of filing this report.
Among those declared elected for the BJP include two women candidates contesting from Kangpokpi AC and Chandel Assembly constituencies. SS Olish defeated his nearest rival candidate from NPF and Nemcha Kipgen regain her seat with a huge margin.
Newly form Kuki National Alliance Kimnao Haokip Hangsing also gets elected from Saikul Assembly Election.
In a setback of the Congress Party, MPCC President N Loken contesting at Nambol Assembly constituency and Gaikhangam contesting at Nungba Assembly Constituency defeated from their respective Rival BJP Candidate. Th. Basanta and Dinganglung Gangmei of the BJP candidates defeated the two heavyweight Congress leaders in the respective constituency
Janata Dal United (JDU) candidate Joykishan also regains his MLA seat at Thangmeiband Assembly Constituency from his nearest BJP candidate Jotin Waikhom. Former DGP LM Koute, the JDU candidate also win from Churanchandpur Assembly constituency in Tipaimuk Assembly Constituency. Janata Dal (United) candidate from 40-Jiribam Assembly constituency Md. Achab Uddin defeated his nearest rival Nameirakpam Budhachandra Singh, BJP Candidate with a margin of around 486 votes. JDU candidates from the Lillong Assembly constituency also wins the Lilong Assembly seat.
INC candidate Thokchom Lokeshwar Singh of Khundrakpam defeated his nearest rival BJP candidate Thangjam Mohendro Singh.
As per report NPP candidates, Sheikh Noorul Hassan contested at Kshtrigao Assembly Constituency defeated his nearest rival BJP candidate Indrajit, NPP candidate Thokchom Shanti also win from Morang AC defeating BJP candidate M Prithiviraj and Congress Candidate and former MLA Sharatchandra. NPP candidate M. Rameshwar Singh has also reported win the Kakching Assembly Constituency. The total NPP candidate so far won at the filing of this story is 7. The bad news is that NPP candidate and Dy. CM Joykumar was defeated in the hand of BJP candidate Raghunmani and Working president of the NPP L Jyantakumar got defeated in the hand of Independent candidate Sapam Nishikanta in Keishamthong Assembly constituency
Former Speaker and BJP candidate Y. Khemchand has regained his seat in Singjamei Assembly constituency by defeating his nearest rival NPP candidate Romen. BJP candidate S. Lourembam Rameshwor Meetei also regain his seat in Keiroa Assembly Constituency by a large margin. BJP candidate Thokchom Satyabrata Singh also regains his seat at Yaiskul AC. BJP candidate from Hiyanglam Assembly Constituency has also regained his seat by defeating his nearest rival INC candidate. In Khurai Assembly Constituency BJP Candiate L Sushindro regain his seat.
In Ukhrul Assembly Constituencies all the NPF candidates contesting in the 3 Assembly constituencies have won defeating their respective rival candidate
NPF candidate Ram Muivah defeated his nearest rival candidate INC candidate MLA Alfred Kanngam Arthur.. At Chinagi AC too NPF candidate Khasim Vashum had won defeating his nearest rival candidate.
It may be mentioned that the Manipur Legislative Assembly Elections, 2022 was conducted in two phases for 60 seats on February 28 and March 5, 2022. 173 in phase I and 92 candidates in phase II, altogether 265 candidates were in the fray.

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