Loksabha Election 2024 Result: Read the updates of all 25 seats of Northeastern states

Out of the 25 seats in northeastern states, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading in 14 seats.

Loksabha Election Result: Read the updates of all 25 seats of Northeastern states-  Out of the 25 seats in northeastern states—Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim—the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading in 14 seats.

Arunachal Pradesh

In Arunachal Pradesh, which witnessed the BJP’s victory in the Assembly election, the party is leading in both parliamentary seats in the state. Both incumbent MPs, Kiren Rijiju and Tapir Gao, won from Arunachal East and Arunachal West, respectively.

S. No.ConstituencyWinners candidateParty name
1Arunachal EastTapir GaoBJP
2Arunachal WestKiren RijijuBJP

In Assam, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is running ahead on 10 seats out of 14 seats in the state. The BJP’s allies, the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the United Peoples’ Party Liberal (UPPL) are leading by one seat each, as the BJP is running ahead by eight seats. The INDI Alliance’s Congress (INC) is ahead by four seats.
The candidates leading in the state are:

S. No.ConstituencyLeadingParty name
1KokrajharJoyanta BasumataryUnited People’s Party, Liberal (UPPL)
2DhubriRakibul HussainCong
3BarpetaPhani Bhusan ChoudharyAsom Gana Parishad
4KarimganjHafiz Rashid Ahmed ChoudhuryCong
5Darrang-UdalguriDilip SaikiaBJP
6GuwahatiBijuli Kalita MedhiBJP
7DiphuAmarsingh TissoBJP
8SilcharParimal SuklabaidyaBJP
9KazirangaKamakhya Prasad TasaBJP
10SonitpurRanjit DuttaBJP
11LakhimpurPradan BaruahBJP
12DibrugarhSarbananda SonowalBJP
13NagaonPradyut BordoloiCong
14JorhatGaurav GogoiCong


Congress is steering ahead in both the seats in the state—Inner Manipur and Outer Manipur. The BJP had won the Inner Manipur seat in 2019, and its ally NPF had secured the Outer Manipur constituency.

S. No.ConstituencyLeadingParty
1Inner ManipurAngomcha Bimol AkoijamCong
2Outer ManipurAlfred Kanngam S ArthurCong


In Meghalaya, the result for the Tura seat has been declared, with Congress candidate Saleng A Sangma winning the seat by a margin of 1,55,241 votes against the National People’s Party’s (NPP) Agatha K Sangma.

From Shillong, Voice of the People Party’s Dr Ricky Andrew J Syngkon is leading by a margin of 3,71,910 against Congress’ Vincent H Pala until 4:15 pm.

S. No.ConstituencyLeading/Winning candidateParty name
1TuraSaleng A SangmaCong
2ShillongDr Ricky Andrew J SyngkonVoice of the People’s Party


In the sole Lok Sabha constituency in Mizoram, Zoram People’s Movement’s Richard Vanlalhmangaiha is steering ahead with a margin of 66,845 votes against Mizo National Front’s K Vanlalvena, as of 4:25 pm.

S. No.ConstituencyLeading candidateParty name
1MizoramRichard VanlalhmangaihaZoram People’s Movement (ZPM)


S Supongmeren Jamir of Congress is leading the way against the National Democratic Progressive Party’s Chumben Murry. As of 4:30 pm, Jamir is ahead by a margin of 50,383 votes.

S. No.ConstituencyLeading candidateParty name
1NagalandS Supongmeren JamirCong


From Tripura East, the BJP’s Kirti Devi Debbarman emerged victorious by a margin of 4,86,819 against the second-placed Rajendra Reang of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)). The BJP’s Biplab Kumar Deb is also leading with a vote margin of 6,02,572 against the second placed Congress’ Asish Kumar Saha.

S. No.ConstituencyLeading candidateParty name
1Tripura EastKirti Devi DebbarmanBJP
2Tripura WestBiplab Kumar DebBJP


The state, which recently witnessed the massive victory of Sikkim Krantikari Morcha in the assembly election on June 3, is seeing its candidate Indra Hang Subba lead with a margin of 80,830 votes.

Update- Wins- total votes 164396 , Margin 80830. 

S. No.ConstituencyLeading candidateParty name
1SikkimIndra Hang SubbaSikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM)


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