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Manipur Polls: BJP releases candidate list for all 60 seats

Putting an end to all speculations, the Manipur Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has declared its candidate list for the upcoming assembly elections. Party in charge of the state Sambit Patra

Putting an end to all speculations, the Manipur Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has declared its candidate list for the upcoming assembly elections.

Party in charge of the state Sambit Patra declared the candidate list at the party headquarters in New Delhi today.

Also Read: Manipur Polls 2022: Congress announces alliance with five parties

Here’s the full list of the candidates: 

  • Thangjam Mohendro Singh from Khundrakpam.
  • CM N Biren Singh from from Heingang.
  • Leisangthem Susindro Meitei from Khurai.
  • Nahakpam Indrajit Singh from Khsetrigao.
  • Thangom Biswajit Singh from thongju.
  • Lourembam Rameshwor Meetei from Keirao.
  • Thounaojam Shyamkumar from Andro.
  • Khongbantabam Ibomcha Singh from Lamlai.
  • Jyotin Wikhom from Thangmeiband.
  • Raghumani Singh, Retd. IAS from Uripok.
  • Rajkumar Imo Singh from Sagolband.
  • Elangbam Jonhson Singh from Keishamthong.
  • Yumnam Khemchand Singh from Singjamei.
  • Thokchom Satyabrata Singh from Yaiskul.
  • Okram Henry singh from Wangkhei.
  • Heikham Dingo Singh from Sekmai (SC).
  • Sorokhaibam Rajen Singh from Lamsang.
  • Dr Sapam Ranjan Singh from Konthoujam.
  • Sapam Kunjakeswor (Keba) Singh from Patsoi.
  • Karam Shyam from Langthabal.
  • Soraisam Kebi Devi from Naoriyapakhanglakpa.
  • Oinam Lukhoi Singh from Wangoi.
  • Kongkham Robindro Singh from Mayangimphal.
  • Thounaojam Basanta Singh from Nambol.
  • Laishram Radhakishore Singh from Oinam.
  • Konthoujam Govindas from Bishnupur.
  • M Prithiviraj Singh from Moirang.
  • Thongbram Robindro Singh from Thanga.
  • S Premchandra Singh from Kumbi.
  • Y. Antas Khan from Lilong.
  • Leitanthem Basanta Singh from Thoubal.
  • Yumnam Nabachandra Singh from Wangkhem.
  • Thokchom Radheshyam Singh from Heirok.
  • Paonam Brojen Singh from Wangjingtentha.
  • Khundrakpam Menjor Mangang from Khangabok.
  • Usham Deben Singh from Wabgai.
  • Yengkhom Surchandra Singh, Retd. IAS from Kakching.
  • Dr. Radheshyam Yumnam from Hiyanglam.
  • M. Binod Singh from Sugnu.
  • Jiri Budhachandra Singh from Jiribam.
  • S.S Olish from Chandel (ST).
  • Letpao Haokip from Tengnoupal.
  • A.S Hopingson from Phungyar.
  • Somatai Shaiza from Ukhrul.
  • M.K Preshow Shimray from Chingai (ST).
  • Yamthong Haokip from Saikul (ST).
  • R. Yuh Jonathan Tao from Karong (ST).
  • S Alexander Maikho from Mao (ST).
  • O. Lorho from Tadubi (ST).
  • Nemcha Kipgen from Kangpokpi.
  • Ngamthang Haokip from Saitu (ST).
  • Wilubou Newmai from Tamei (ST).
  • Huri Golmei from Tamenglong (ST).
  • Dinganglung Gangmei (DIpu), IAS from Nungba (ST).
  • Dr. Chaltonlien Amo from Tipaimukh (ST).
  • Vungzagin Valte from Thanlon (ST).
  • Letzamang Haokip from Henglep (ST).
  • V. Hangkhanlian from Churachandpur (ST).
  • Paolienlan Haokip from Saikot (ST).
  • Ginsuanhau Zou from Singhat (ST).

Manipur BJP Releases candidate list for upcoming elections Manipur BJP Releases candidate list for upcoming elections Manipur BJP Releases candidate list for upcoming elections

Assembly elections in Manipur for a total of 60 Assembly constituencies will be held in two phases. Voting for the first phase will be held on February 27 while voting for the second phase will be on March 3.

The counting of votes will take place on March 10.

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First Published: 30th January, 2022 15:14 IST

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