Outer Manipur (Lok Sabha constituency)

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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.

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Vidhan Sabha segments

Outer Manipur Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments: [1]

  1. Heirok
  2. Wangjing Tentha
  3. Khangabok
  4. Wabgai
  5. Kakching
  6. Hiyanglam
  7. Sugnu
  8. Jiribam
  9. Chandel
  10. Tengnoupal
  11. Phungyar
  12. Ukhrul
  13. Chingai
  14. Saikul
  15. Karong
  16. Mao
  17. Tadubi
  18. Kangpokpi
  19. Saitu
  20. Tamei (ST)
  21. Tamenglong
  22. Nungba
  23. Tipaimukh (ST)
  24. Thanlon
  25. Henglep
  26. Churachandpur
  27. Saikot
  28. Singhat

Members of Lok Sabha

ElectionMemberParty
1952 Rishang Keishing [2] Socialist [ clarification needed ]
1957 Rungsung Suisa Indian National Congress
1962 Rishang Keishing [3] Socialist [ clarification needed ]
1967 Paokai Haokip Indian National Congress
1971
1977 Yangmaso Shaiza
1980 N. Gouzagin
1984 Meijinlung Kamson
1989
1991
1996
1998 Kim Gangte Communist Party of India
1999 Holkhomang Haokip Nationalist Congress Party
2004 Mani Charenamei Independent
2009 Thangso Baite Indian National Congress
2014
2019 Lorho S. Pfoze Naga People's Front

Election results

General Elections 2019

2019 Indian general elections: Outer Manipur
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
NPF Lorho S. Pfoze 3,63,52742.37+5.94
BJP H Shokhopao Mate (Benjamin)2,89,74533.77+23.94
INC K James1,52,51017.77-20.68
NPP Thangminlien Kipgen30,7263.58
JD(U) Hangkhanpau Taithul2,9870.35
NCP Angam Karung Kom2,5520.35-7.69
Majority73,7828.58
Turnout 8,59,99584.14
NPF gain from INC Swing

General Election 2014

2014 Indian general elections: Outer Manipur [4]
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Thangso Baite 2,96,77038.45-7.01
NPF Soso Lorho 2,81,12136.43+36.43
BJP Gangmumei Kamei 75,8289.83-2.48
NCP Chungkhokai Doungel 61,6557.99-2.57
AITC Kim Gangte 12,7411.65+1.65
AAP M. Khamchinpou Zou4,3280.56+0.56
JD(U) Lamminlien1,0850.14+0.14
Independent Amarson Sankhil4010.05+0.05
Independent Mani Charenamei34,9954.53-25.19
Independent Lamlalmoi6030.08-0.19
Majority15,6372.03-13.81
Turnout 7,73,81784.20
INC hold Swing

General Election 2009

2009 Indian general elections: Outer Manipur
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Thangso Baite 3,44,51745.39
PDA Mani Charenamei2,24,71929.60
BJP D. Loli Adanee 93,05212.26
NCP L. B. Sona79,84910.52
Majority1,19,79815.84
Turnout 7,56,18183.14
INC gain from Independent Swing

General Election 2004

2004 Indian general elections: Outer Manipur
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Independent Mani Charenamei 2,29,63437.09
BJP D. Loli Adanee 1,47,44123.81
NCP Holkhomang Haokip 1,07,43517.35
MPP Kim Gangte 77,05512.45
JD(U) Rosangzuala37,4556.05
Trinamool Congress W. Morung Makunga20,1313.25
Majority82,19313.28
Turnout 6,19,27177.82
Independent gain from NCP Swing


General Elections 1962


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References

  1. Chief Electoral Officer, Manipur. "Report - General Election to Lok Sabha, 2019" (PDF). ceomanipur.nic.in. Retrieved 27 December 2020.
  2. "MEMBERS OF FIRST LOK SABHA". Archived from the original on 23 October 2013. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
  3. "MEMBERS OF THIRD LOK SABHA". Archived from the original on 23 October 2013. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
  4. Election Commission of India. List of contesting candidates
  5. https://www.elections.in/parliamentary-constituencies/1962-election-results.html

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