Outer Manipur Lok Sabha constituency is one of the two Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Manipur, a state in northeastern India. The seat is reserved for scheduled tribes.
Outer Manipur Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments:
|1952||Rishang Keishing||Socialist [ clarification needed ]|
|1957||Rungsung Suisa||Indian National Congress|
|1962||Rishang Keishing||Socialist [ clarification needed ]|
|1967||Paokai Haokip||Indian National Congress|
|1998||Kim Gangte||Communist Party of India|
|1999||Holkhomang Haokip||Nationalist Congress Party|
|2009||Thangso Baite||Indian National Congress|
|2019||Lorho S. Pfoze||Naga People's Front|
|NPF||Lorho S. Pfoze||3,63,527||42.37||+5.94|
|BJP||H Shokhopao Mate (Benjamin)||2,89,745||33.77||+23.94|
|NCP||Angam Karung Kom||2,552||0.35||-7.69|
|NPF gain from INC||Swing|
|AAP||M. Khamchinpou Zou||4,328||0.56||+0.56|
|BJP||D. Loli Adanee||93,052||12.26|
|NCP||L. B. Sona||79,849||10.52|
|INC gain from Independent||Swing|
|BJP||D. Loli Adanee||1,47,441||23.81|
|Trinamool Congress||W. Morung Makunga||20,131||3.25|
|Independent gain from NCP||Swing|
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