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Manipur Assembly Election 2022 BJP Full Candidate List

Manipur BJP Candidate List 2022, BJP Candidate List Manipur Election 2022: The party will contest all 60 seats in the northeastern state and win with over two-third margin, Union Minister Bhupender Yadav said.

Manipur Assembly Election 2022 BJP Full Candidate List
Chief Minister N Biren Singh will contest the polls from Heingang constituency from where he had won in 2017.

BJP Candidate List Manipur Assembly Election 2022, Manipur BJP Candidate List 2022: The BJP on Sunday released its list of candidates for the upcoming polls in Manipur. The party will contest all 60 seats in the northeastern state, Union Minister Bhupender Yadav said. Chief Minister N Biren Singh will contest the polls from Heingang constituency from where he had won in 2017.

Here is the complete list of constituencies and BJP candidates:

Constituency — Candidate Name

Khundrakpam — Thangjam Mohendro Singh

Heingang — Nongthombam Biren Singh

Khurai — Leishangthem Susindro Meitei

Kshetrigao — Nahakpam Indrajit Singh

Thongju — Thangom Biswajit Singh

Keirao — Lourembam Rameshwor Meetei

Andro — Thounaojam Shyamkumar

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Lamlai — Khongbantabam Ibomcha Singh

Thangmeiband — Jyotin Waikhom

Uripok — Kh. Raghumani Singh, Retd IAS

Sagolband — Rajkumar Imo Singh

Keishamthong — Elangbam Johnson Singh

Singjamei — Yumnam Khemchand Singh

Yaiskul — Thokchom Satyabrata Singh

Wangkhei — Okram Henry Singh

Sekmai (SC) — Heikham Dingo Singh

Lamsang — Sorokhaibam Rajen Singh

Konthoujam — Dr. Sapam Ranjan Singh

Patsoi — Sapam Kunjakeswor (Keba) Singh

Langthabal — Karam Shyam

Naoriyapakhanglakpa — Soraisam Kebi Devi

Wangoi — Oinam Lukhoi Singh

Mayang Imphal — Kongkham Robindro Singh

Nambol — Thounaojam Basanta Singh

Oinam — Laishram Radhakishore Singh

Bishnupur — Konthoujam Govindas

Moirang — M. Prithiviraj Singh

Thanga — Tongbram Robindro Singh

Kumbi — S Premchandra Singh

Lilong — Y Antas Khan

Thoubal — Leitanthem Basanta Singh

Wangkhem — Yumnam Nabachandra Singh

Heirok — Thokchom Radheshyam Singh

Wangjingtentha — Paonam Brojen Singh

Khangabok — Khundrakpam Menjor Mangang

Wabgai — Usham Deben Singh

Kakching — Yengkhom Surchandra Singh, Retd IAS

Hiyanglam — Radheshyam Yamnam

Sugnu — M Binod Singh

Jiribam — Jiri Budhachandra Singh

Chandel (ST) — Smt S S Olish

Tengnoupal (ST) — Letpao Haokip

Phungyar (ST) — A S Hopingson

Ukhrul (ST) — Somatai ShaizaChingai (ST) — M K Preshow Shimray

Saikul (ST) — Yamthong Haokip

Karong (ST) — R Yuh Jonathan Tao

Mao (ST) — S Alexander Maikho

Tadubi (ST) — O Lorho

Kangpokpi — Smt Nemcha Kipgen

Saitu (ST) — Ngamthang Haokip

Tamei (ST) — Wilubou Newmai

Tamenglong (ST) — Huri Golmei

Nungba (ST) — Dinganglung Gangmei (Dipu), IAS

Tipaimukh (ST) — Dr Chaltonlien Amo

Thanlon (ST) — Vungzagin Valte

Henglep (ST) — Letzamang Haokip

Churachandpur (ST) — V Hangkhanlian

Saikot (ST) — Paolienlal Haokip

Singhat (ST) — Ginsuanhau Zou

Pre-poll surveys have predicted a close win for BJP which might face a stiff challenge from the Congress, which will continue to be main opposition party in the Northeastern state.

In the 2017 polls, the Congress, which had won a total of 28 seats to emerge as the single largest party in the 60-member Manipur house, saw members deserting it from time to time. Later, in a dramatic finale, the BJP, which won 21 seats, formed government with the support of three regional parties — Naga People’s Front (NPF) National Peoples Party (NPP) and the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) — and the support of another MLA.

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First published on: 30-01-2022 at 13:51 IST