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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 MLA List

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 & Name of MLA and party is as follows

#ConstituencyDistrictMLA NameParty
1 Nartiang (ST)West Jaintia HillSniawbhalang DharNPP
2 Jowai (ST)West Jaintia HillWailadmiki ShyllaNPP
3 Raliang (ST)West Jaintia HillComingone YmbonNPP
4 Mowkaiaw (ST)West Jaintia HillNujorki SungohUDP
5 Sutnga Saipung (ST)East Jaintia HillShitlang PaleINC
6 Khliehriat (ST)East Jaintia HillKyrmen ShyllaUDP
7 Amlarem (ST)West Jaintia HillLahkmen RymbuiUDP
8 Mawhati (ST)Ri BhoiDasakhiatbha LamareNPP
9 Nongpoh (ST)Ri BhoiMayralborn SyiemINC
10 Jirang (ST)Ri BhoiSosthenes SohtunNPP
11 Umsning (ST)Ri BhoiJason Sawkmie MawlongPDF
12 Umroi (ST)Ri BhoiGeorge Bakyntiewlang LyngdohINC
13Mawrengkneng (ST)East Khasi Hills  
14 PynthorumkhrahEast Khasi HillsAlexander Laloo HekBJP
15 Mawlai (ST)East Khasi HillsProcess T.SawkmieINC
16 East-Shillong (ST)East Khasi HillsMazel Ampareen LyngdohINC
17 North-Shillong (ST)East Khasi HillsAdelbert NongrumKHNAM
18 West-ShillongEast Khasi HillsMohendro RapsangINC
19 South-Shillong East Khasi HillsSanbor ShullaiBJP
20 Mylliem (ST)East Khasi HillsHamletson DohlingPDF
21 Nongthymmai (ST)East Khasi HillsCharles PyngropeINC
22Nongkrem (ST)East Khasi HillsLambor MalngiangInd
23 Sohiong (ST)East Khasi HillsSamlin MalngiangHSPDP
24 Mawphlang (ST)East Khasi HillsSyntar Klas SunnInd
25 Mawsynram (ST)East Khasi HillsHimalaya Muktan ShangpliangINC
26 Shella (ST)East Khasi HillsShri Balajied Kupar SynremUDP
27 Pynursla (ST)East Khasi HillsPrestone TynsongNPP
28 Sohra (ST)East Khasi HillsGavin Miguel MylliemPDF
29 Mawkynrew (ST)East Khasi HillsBanteidor LyngdohPDF
30 Mairang (ST)West Khasi HillsMetbah LyngdohUDP
31 Mawthadraishan (ST)West Khasi HillsBrolding NongsiejUDP
32 Nongstoin (ST)West Khasi HillsMacmillan ByrsatNPP
33 Rambrai Jyrngam (ST)West Khasi HillsKimfa Sidney MarbaniangINC
34 Mawshynrut (ST)West Khasi HillsGigur MyrthongNPP
35 Ranikor (ST)South West Khasi HillsPius MarweinUDP
36 Mawkyrwat (ST)South West Khasi HillsRenikton Lyngdoh TongkharHSPDP
37 Kharkutta (ST)North Garo HillsRupert M. MominNPP
38 Mendipathar (ST)North Garo HillsMarthon J. SangmaINC
39 Resubelpara (ST)North Garo HillsTimothy D. ShiraNPP
40 Bagengdoba (ST)North Garo HillsPongseng R. MarakNPP
41 Songsak (ST)East Garo HillsMukul SangmaINC
42 Rongjeng (ST)East Garo HillsJim M.SangmaNPP
43 Willamnagar (ST)East Garo HillsMarcuise N. MarakNPP
44 Raksamgre (ST)West Garo HillsBenedic R.MarakNPP
45 Tikrikilla (ST)West Garo HillsJimmy D.SangmaINC
46 Phulbari West Garo HillsS.G. Esmatur MomininNPP
47RajabalaWest Garo Hills  
48 Selsella (ST)West Garo HillsFerlin C. A. SangmaNPP
49 Dadenggre (ST)West Garo HillsJames Pangsang Kongkal SangmaNPP
50 North Tura (ST)West Garo HillsThomas A. SangmaNPP
51 South Tura (ST)West Garo HillsShri. Conrad K. SangmaNPP
52 Rangsakona (ST)West Garo HillsZenith M.SangmaINC
53 Ampati (ST)South West Garo HillsMiani D. ShiraINC
54 Mahendraganj (ST)South West Garo HillsDikkanchi D.ShiraINC
55 Salmanpara (ST)South West Garo HillsWinnerson D.SangmaINC
56 Gambegre (ST)West Garo HillsSaleng A.SangmaNPP
57 Dalu (ST)West Garo HillsBrening A.SangmaNPP
58 Rongara Siju (ST)South Garo HillsRakkam A.SangmaNPP
59 Chokpot (ST)South Garo HillsLazarus M.SangmaINC
60 Baghmara (ST)South Garo HillsSamuel M.SangmaINC

Party wise MLA in Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha (2018-2023)

National People’s Party is the largest Party & has 21 MLAs in the Meghalaya Vidhan Sabha. Indian National Congress has 17 MLAs & United Democratic Party with 8 MLAs is in third place. The list is as follows

#PartyMLA
 Government 39
1National People’s Party21
2United Democratic Party8
3People’s Democratic Front4
4Bharatiya Janata Party2
5Hill State Peoples Democratic Party2
6Independent2
   
 Opposition 
1Indian National Congress17
2Khun Hynniewtrep National Awakening Movement1
3National Congress Party1
4Vacant2

Alliance Wise Seats

The NDA government was formed by the coalition of 39 MLA’s including NPP (20), UDP (8), PDF (4), HSPDP (2), BJP (2), and 2 Independents. 

Who's Who of 10th Legislative Assembly of Meghalaya

The present 10th Legislative Assembly was constituted on 6th March 2018. NDA formed the government with Conrad Sangma (NPP), taking oath as Chief Minister of Meghalaya

1SpeakerMetbah Lyngdoh, UDP
2SpeakerTimothy Shira, NPP
3Leader of the House (Chief Minister)Conrad Sangma, NPP
4Deputy Leader of the House (Deputy Chief Minister)Prestone Tynsong, NPP
5Leader of the OppositionMukul Sangma, INC