Meghalaya election result 2018: The counting of votes for Meghalaya assembly elections results started at 8 am on Saturday. For the first time, Verified Voter\u2019s Paper Trail (VVPATs) were used in elections. A total number of 18,31,487 voters were counted as eligible voters in the state. A total number of 3,082 polling stations were installed in 60 Assembly Constituencies of the state. As per an official announcement, out of 3,082 polling stations, 2,025 were classified as normal polling stations, 536 as vulnerable, 454 as critical and 67 as both vulnerable and critical. Check Meghalaya election result 2018: Full list of winners from each constituency Constituency - Winning\u00a0candidate - party Amlarem - LAHKMEN RYMBUI - United Democratic Party Ampati - DR. MUKUL SANGMA - Indian National Congress Baghmara -\u00a0SAMUEL M. SANGMA -\u00a0Independent Bajengdoba -\u00a0PONGSENG MARAK -\u00a0National People's Party Chokpot -\u00a0LAZARUS SANGMA -\u00a0Indian National Congress Dadenggre -\u00a0JAMES PANGSANG KONGKAL SANGMA -\u00a0National People's Party Dalu -\u00a0BRENING A. SANGMA -\u00a0National People's Party East Shillong - MAZEL AMPAREEN LYNGDOH - Indian National Congress Gambegre -\u00a0SALENG A. SANGMA -\u00a0Nationalist Congress Party Jirang -\u00a0SOSTHENES SOHTUN -\u00a0National People's Party Jowai -\u00a0WAILADMIKI SHYLLA -\u00a0National People's Party Kharkutta -\u00a0RUPERT MOMIN -\u00a0National People's Party Khliehriat - KYRMEN SHYLLA - United Democratic Party Mahendraganj- DIKKANCHI D. SHIRA- Indian National Congress Mairang - METBAH LYNGDOH- United Democratic Party Mawkynrew - BANTEIDOR LYNGDOH - People's Democratic Front Mawkyrwat - RENIKTON LYNGDOH TONGKHAR - Hill State People\u2019s Democratic Party Mawlai - PROCESS T. SAWKMIE -Indian National Congress Mawphlang - SYNTAR KLAS SUNN - Independent Mawryngkneng - DAVID A NONGRUM - Indian National Congress Mawshynrut - GIGUR MYRTHONG -National People's Party Mawsynram-HIMALAYA MUKTAN SHANGPLIANG-Indian National Congress Mawthadraishan - BROLDING NONGSIEJ - United Democratic Party Mendipathar - MARTHON SANGMA - Indian National Congress Mowkaiaw - NUJORKI SUNGOH - United Democratic Party Mylliem - HAMLETSON DOHLING - People's Democratic Front Nartiang - SNIAWBHALANG DHAR - National People's Party Nongkrem - LAMBOR MALNGIANG - Independent Nongpoh - MAYRALBORN SYIEM - Indian National Congress Nongstoin -\u00a0MACMILLAN BYRSAT - National People's Party Nongthymmai -\u00a0CHARLES PYNGROPE -\u00a0Indian National Congress North Shillong -\u00a0ADELBERT NONGRUM -\u00a0Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement North Tura -\u00a0THOMAS A. SANGMA - National People's Party Phulbari -\u00a0S. G. ESMATUR MOMININ\u00a0-\u00a0National People's Party Pynthorumkhrah - ALEXANDER LALOO HEK -\u00a0Bharatiya Janata Party Pynursla -\u00a0PRESTONE TYNSONG -\u00a0National People's Party Rajabala -\u00a0DR. AZAD ZAMAN -\u00a0Indian National Congress Raksamgre -\u00a0BENEDIC R. MARAK -\u00a0National People's Party Raliang -\u00a0COMINGONE YMBON - National People's Party Rambrai Jyrngam - KIMFA SIDNEY MARBANIANG - Indian National Congress Ranikor - MARTIN M. DANGGO -Indian National Congress Rongjeng - JIM M SANGMA - National People's Party Salmanpara- WINNERSON D. SANGMA - Indian National Congress Sohiong - SAMLIN MALNGIANG - Hill State People\u2019s Democratic Party Sohra - GAVIN MIGUEL MYLLIEM -\u00a0People's Democratic Front Songsak -\u00a0DR. MUKUL SANGMA -\u00a0Indian National Congress South Shillong -\u00a0SANBOR SHULLAI -\u00a0Bharatiya Janata Party South Tura -\u00a0AGATHA K. SANGMA -\u00a0National People's Party Sutnga Saipung -\u00a0SHITLANG PALE -\u00a0Indian National Congress Tikrikilla -\u00a0JIMMY D. SANGMA -\u00a0Indian National Congress Umroi -\u00a0GEORGE BANKYNTIEWLANG LYNGDOH -\u00a0Indian National Congress Umsning -\u00a0JASON SAWKMIE MAWLONG -\u00a0People's Democratic Front West Shillong -\u00a0MOHENDRO RAPSANG\u00a0-\u00a0Indian National Congress The northeastern state currently has a Congress government. In the previous elections, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma-led party had won 29 seats. Later, the Congress forged an alliance with the United Democratic Party which got eight seats. It is reported that two senior Congress leaders, Ahmed Patel and Kamal Nath, have reached Meghalaya to after the Congress failed cross majority mark here. On the other hand, top BJP leadership has said that they will try to stop Congress from making a government in the state.