Assembly Election Results: Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim

Reported by Kashish


The results of the assembly elections in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim are set to be announced today. Here’s a quick update on what to expect:


Arunachal Pradesh:

Election Overview: Voting took place for 60 assembly seats on April 19.

BJP Dominance: The BJP is expected to retain control, with Chief Minister Pema Khandu likely to secure a third term.

Early Wins: The BJP has already won 10 seats unopposed.

Seats in Contention: Results will be announced today for the remaining 50 seats.

Key Players: The BJP contested all 60 seats, while the Congress fielded candidates in 34 seats.



Election Overview: Voting was held for 32 assembly seats on April 19.

SKM’s Prospects: The ruling Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) looks set for a second term, with Chief Minister PS Tamang confident of retaining power.

Majority Requirement: To form the government, a party needs at least 17 seats.

2019 Elections: The SKM previously ended the 25-year rule of the SDF by winning 17 seats to SDF’s 15.


Stay tuned for the final results and updates on the formation of the new governments in these northeastern states.

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