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List of constituencies of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly

The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly / Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral legislature of the state of Meghalaya, India. There are 60 seats in the house filled by directly elected from the single-seat constituencies. Vidhan Sabha’s term is five years unless dissolved earlier & member of Legislative assembly referred to in short as MLA. Let’s have a look at the constituency list in  Meghalaya with the name of the member (MLA) & party name.

Meghalaya Legislative Assembly has 60 seats.  At present, 55 constituencies are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled tribes. The List of Constituency in Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha and Name of MLA and party are as follows

#ConstituencyMLAParty
1AmlaremLahkmen Rymbui UDP
2AmpatiMiani D. Shira TMC
3BaghmaraKartush R. Marak IND
4BajengdobaPongseng Marak NPP
5ChokpotSengchim N. Sangma NPP
6DadenggreRupa M. Marak TMC
7DaluBrening A Sangma BJP
8East ShillongMazel Ampareen Lyngdoh NPP
9GambegreSaleng Sangma CONG
10JirangSosthenes Sohtun NPP
11JowaiWailadmiki Sylla NPP
12KharkuttaRupert Momim NPP
13KhliehriatKyrmen Shylla UDP
14MahendraganjSanjay Sangma NPP
15MairangMetbah Lyngdoh UDP
16MawhatiCharles Marngar CONG
17MawkynrewBanteidor Lyngdoh PDF
18MawkyrwatRenikton Lyngdoh Tongkhar UDP
19MawlaiBrightstarwell Marbaniang VOPP
20MawphlangMatthew Kurbah UDP
21MawryngknengHeaving Stone VOPP
22MawshynrutMethodius Dkhar HSPDP
23MawsynramOllan Singh Suin BJP
24MawthadraishanShakliar Warjri HSPDP
25MendipatharMarthon J Sangma NPP
26MowkaiawNujorki Sungoh UDP
27MylliemRonnie V Lyngdoh  CONG
28NartiangSniawbhalang Dhar- NPP
29NongkremArdent Miller Basaiawmoiy VOPP
30NongpohMayralborn Syiem UDP
31NongstoinGabriel Wahlang CONG
32NongthymmaiCharles Pyngrope TMC
33North ShillongAdelbert Nongrum VOPP
34North TuraThomas A. Sangma NPP
35PhulbariAbu Taher Mondal NPP
36PynthorumkhrahAlexander Laloo Hek BJP
37PynurslaPrestone Tynsong NPP
38RajabalaDr. Mizanur Rahman Kazi TMC
39RaksamgreLimison D. Sangma NPP
40RaliangComing One Ymbon NPP
41Rambrai JyrngamRemington Momim IND
42RangsakonaSubir Marak NPP
43RanikorPius Marwein UDP
44ResubelparaTimothy Dalbot Shira NPP
45Rongara-SijuRakkam A. Sangma NPP
46RongjengJim M Sangma NPP
47SalmanparaIan Botham K. Sangma NPP
48SelsellaArbinstone B Marak NPP
49ShellaBalajied Kupar Synrem UDP
50Sohiong
51SohraGavin Miguel Mylliem PDP
52SongsakDr. Mukul Sangma TMC
53South ShillongSanbor Shullai BJP
54South TuraConrad Sangma NPP
55Sutnga-SaipungSanta Mary Shylla NPP
56TikrikilaJimmy D Sangma NPP
57UmroiDamanbait Lamare NPP
58UmsningDr. Celestine Lyngdoh CONG
59West ShillongPaul Lyngdoh UDP
60William NagarMarcuise N Marak NPP

Party wise MLA in Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha (2023)

National People’s Party is the largest Party and has 26 MLAs in the Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha. United Democratic Party with 11 MLAs is in second place. All India Trinamool Congress and Indian National Congress both as 5 seats each.

The complete list is as follows

PartyTotal Seats
National People’s Party26
United Democratic Party11
All India Trinamool Congress5
Indian National Congress5
Voice of the People Party4
Bharatiya Janata Party2
Hill State People’s Democratic Party2
Independent2
People’s Democratic Front2
Total59

Alliance Wise Seats

After the results were declared on 2 March 2023, it resulted in a hung assembly. The ruling NPP got 26 seats and it got support from BJP, United Democratic Party (UDP), and the People’s Democratic Front (PDF) and formed govt.

Who's Who of 11th Legislative Assembly of Meghalaya

The present 11th Legislative Assembly was constituted on 7th March 2023. NDA formed the government with Conrad Sangma (NPP), taking oath as Chief Minister of Meghalaya

1SpeakerThomas A. Sangma, NPP
2Deputy Speaker 
3Leader of the House (Chief Minister)Conrad Sangma, NPP
4Deputy Leader of the House (Deputy Chief Minister)Prestone Tynsong, NPP, and Sniawbhalang Dhar, NPP
5Leader of the Opposition 
Meghalaya MLA List 2024 | Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Seats