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Meghalaya Assembly Election 2023: According to the most recent Election Commission updates, the ruling National People’s Party (NPP) has won 20 seats and is leading four others. The United Democratic Party won 11 seats, while Congress won five. The Voice of the People Party (VPP) and the Trinamool Congress each won four seats; the Mamata Banerjee-led party also won one seat. On Monday, the state voted, along with Nagaland. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has dropped a subtle hint of a possible post-election alliance, as the latest counting trends point to a hung Assembly.

Also Read: Nagaland: Hekani Jakhalu and Salhoutuonuo Kruse become 1st women MLAs from Nagaland. All you need to know

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma met Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati on Wednesday ahead of the assembly elections, according to sources.

According to reports, Sarma, the leader of the BJP-led North East Development Alliance (NEDA), met Sangma at a hotel in Guwahati on Tuesday night.

 

Meghalaya election 2023 result full winner’ list:

Ampati Miani D. Shira (Winner) TMC
Baghmara Kartush R. Marak (Winner) IND
Bajengdoba Pongseng Marak (Winner) NPP
Chokpot Sengchim N. Sangma (Winner) NPP
Dadenggre Rupa M. Marak (Winner) TMC
Dalu Akki A Sangma BJP
East Shillong Mazel Ampareen Lyngdoh (Winner) NPP
Gambegre Saleng Sangma (Winner) CONG
Jirang Sosthenes Sohtun (Winner) NPP
Jowai Wailadmiki Sylla (Winner) NPP
Kharkutta Rupert Momim (Winner) NPP
Khliehriat Kyrmen Shylla (Winner) UDP
Mahendraganj Sanjay Sangma (Winner) NPP
Mairang Metbah Lyngdoh (Winner) UDP
Mawhati Charles Marngar (Winner) CONG
Mawkynrew Banteidor Lyngdoh (Winner) PDF
Mawkyrwat Renikton Lyngdoh Tongkhar (Winner) UDP
Mawlai Brightstarwell Marbaniang (Winner) VOPP
Mawphlang Matthew Kurbah (Winner) UDP
Mawryngkneng Heaving Stone (Winner) VOPP
Mawshynrut Methodius Dkhar (Winner) HSPDP
Mawsynram Ollan Singh Suin (Winner) BJP
Mawthadraishan Shakliar Warjri (Winner) HSPDP
Mendipathar Marthon J Sangma (Winner) NPP
Mowkaiaw Nujorki Sungoh (Winner) UDP
Mylliem Ronnie V Lyngdoh  (Winner) CONG
Nartiang Sniawbhalang Dhar- (Winner) NPP
Nongkrem Ardent Miller Basaiawmoiy (Winner) VOPP
Nongpoh Mayralborn Syiem (Winner) UDP
Nongstoin Gabriel Wahlang (Winner) CONG
Nongthymmai Charles Pyngrope (Winner) TMC
North Shillong Adelbert Nongrum (Winner) VOPP
North Tura Thomas A. Sangma (Winner) NPP
Phulbari Abu Taher Mondal NPP
Pynthorumkhrah Alexander Laloo Hek (Winner) BJP
Pynursla Prestone Tynsong (Winner) NPP
Rajabala Dr. Mizanur Rahman Kazi (Winner) TMC
Raksamgre Limison D. Sangma (Winner) NPP
Raliang Coming One Ymbon (Winner) NPP
Rambrai Jyrngam Remington Momim (Winner) IND
Rangsakona Subir Marak (Winner) NPP
Ranikor Pius Marwein (Winner) UDP
Resubelpara Timothy Dalbot Shira (Winner) NPP
Rongara-Siju Rakkam A. Sangma (Winner) NPP
Rongjeng Jim M Sangma (Winner) NPP
Salmanpara Ian Botham K. Sangma (Winner) NPP
Selsella Arbinstone B Marak NPP
Shella Balajied Kupar Synrem (Winner) UDP
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Sohra Gavin Miguel Mylliem (Winner) PDP
Songsak Dr. Mukul Sangma TMC
South Shillong Sanbor Shullai (Winner) BJP
South Tura Conrad Sangma NPP
Sutnga-Saipung Santa Mary Shylla NPP
Tikrikila Jimmy D Sangma (Winner) NPP
Umroi Damanbait Lamare (Winner) NPP
Umsning Dr. Celestine Lyngdoh (Winner) CONG
West Shillong Paul Lyngdoh (Winner) UDP
William Nagar Marcuise N Marak NPP
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