Tura Lok Sabha Constituency


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Tura Lok Sabha constituency is one of the two Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Meghalaya state in northeastern India.

1 Assembly segments
2 Members of Parliament
3 Election results


Assembly segments


Presently, Tura Lok Sabha constituency comprises 24 Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments, which are:

  1. Kharkutta
  2. Mendipathar
  3. Resubelpara
  4. Bajengdoba
  5. Songsak
  6. Rongjeng
  1. William Nagar
  2. Raksamgre
  3. Tikrikila
  4. Phulbari
  5. Rajabala
  6. Selsella
  1. Dadenggre
  2. North Tura
  3. South Tura
  4. Rangsakona
  5. Ampati
  6. Mahendraganj
  1. Salmanpara
  2. Gambegre
  3. Dalu
  4. Rongara-Siju
  5. Chokpot
  6. Baghmara

Members of Parliament


1971: K.R. Marak, A.P.H.L.C.
1977: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress
1980: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress (I)
1984: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress (I)
1989: Sanford Marak, Janata Dal
1991: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress (I)
1996: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress
1998: Purno Agitok Sangma, Indian National Congress
1999: Purno Agitok Sangma, Nationalist Congress Party
2004: Purno Agitok Sangma, Nationalist Congress Party
2008: Agatha Sangma, Nationalist Congress Party (by-election)
2009: Agatha Sangma, Nationalist Congress Party


Election results


General Election, 2004: Tura
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NCP Purno Agitok Sangma 1,91,938 61.69 –1.49
Congress Dr. Mukul Sangma 1,19,175 38.31 +14.37
Majority 72,763 23.38 –15.86
Turnout 3,11,113 61.77 –2.71
NCP gain from Congress Swing

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Shillong Lok Sabha Constituency



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Shillong Lok Sabha constituency is one of the two Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Meghalaya state in northeastern India.


1 Assembly segments
2 Members of Parliament
3 Election results


Assembly segments


Presently, Shillong Lok Sabha constituency comprises 36 Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituencies, which are:


  1. Nartiang
  2. Jowai
  3. Raliang
  4. Mowkaiaw
  5. Sutnga-Saipung
  6. Khliehriat
  7. Amlarem
  8. Mawhati
  9. Nongpoh
  1. Jirang
  2. Umsning
  3. Umroi
  4. Mawryngkneng
  5. Pynthorumkhrah
  6. Mawlai
  7. East Shillong
  8. North Shillong
  9. West Shillong
  1. South Shillong
  2. Mylliem
  3. Nongthymmai
  4. Nongkrem
  5. Sohiong
  6. Mawphlang
  7. Mawsynram
  8. Shella
  9. Pynursla
  1. Sohra
  2. Mawkynrew
  3. Mairang
  4. Mawthadraishan
  5. Nongstoin
  6. Rambrai Jyrngam
  7. Mawshynrut
  8. Ranikor
  9. Mawkyrwat


Members of Parliament


As of Autonomous Districts Lok Sabha constiteuncy:

1957: Hoover Hynniewta, Independent
1962: George Gilbert Swell, Independent
1967: George Gilbert Swell, Independent
1971: George Gilbert Swell, Independent
As of Shillong Lok Sabha constituency:

1977: Hoping Stone Lyngdoh, U.A.
1980: Bajubon Kharlukhi, APHIC
1984: George Gilbert Swell, Independent
1989: Peter G. Marbaniang, Indian National Congress
1991: Peter G. Marbaniang, Indian National Congress
1996: George Gilbert Swell, Independent
1998: Paty Ripple Kyndiah, Indian National Congress
1999: Paty Ripple Kyndiah, Indian National Congress
2004: Paty Ripple Kyndiah, Indian National Congress
2009: Vincent Pala, Indian National Congress


Election results


General Election, 2004: Shillong
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Congress Paty Ripple Kyndiah 1,90,058 51.68
Independent S. Loniak Marbaniang 1,19,162 32.40
BJP Sanbor Swell Lyngdoh 58,560 15.92
Majority 70,896 19.28
Turnout 3,67,780 46.85
Congress hold Swing

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