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|Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2022: Exit Poll|
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March 18, 2022, 10:25 p.m.
Yogi Adityanath, who led the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to a thumping victory in recently concluded Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, is likely to take oath as Chief Minister of the state for the second tenure on March 25, sources said.
(19 March 2017 - Present)
Born Ajay Mohan Bisht, current UP CM Yogi Adityanath is regarded as a firebrand right-wing Hindutva leader. Apart from his chief ministerial duties, he is also the mahant or head priest of the Gorakhnath Math, a Hindu temple in Gorakhpur. He is also the founder of Hindu Yuva Vahini, a Hindu Nationalist organisation.
(28 october 2000 - 08 march 2002)
Veteran BJP leader Rajnath Singh is the current Defence Minister of India and was also a Cabinet Minister in the Vajpayee Government. He was the Home Minister during the first prime ministerial tenure of Narendra Modi. He has also served as the President of the BJP twice -. 2005 to 2009 and 2013 to 2014.
(12 November 1999 - 28 October 2000)
BJP leader Ram Prakash Gupta had also served as the Governor of Madhya Pradesh. He was also the Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh when Chaudhary Charan Singh formed the government in 1967 by uniting the non-Congress parties. He was the Industry Minister in the 1977 Janata Party government.
(03 June 1995 - 18 October 1995)
Considered to be the biggest leader of Dalits in Uttar Pradesh, Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati's rise from humble beginnings had been called a "miracle of democracy" by former PM P. V. Narasimha Rao. She was the first female Scheduled Caste chief minister in India.
(24 June 1991 - 06 December 1992)
Regarded as one of the icons of the Hindutva movement, Kalyan Singh became a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) while still in school. He was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh during the demolition of the Babri Masjid in December 1992. He was considered an icon of Hindu nationalism, and of the agitation to build a Ram temple in Ayodhya. He had resigned as the CM following the demolition of the Babri Masjid. He became Chief Minister for a second term in 1997, but was removed by his party in 1999, and left the BJP to form his own party
(24 September 1985 - 24 June 1988)
Vir Bahadur Singh (18 February 1935 – 30 May 1989) was an Indian politician belonging to the Indian National Congress. He was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Minister of Communications. He was also an author.
(09 June 1980 - 19 July 1982)
Vishwanath Pratap Singh of Congress was the 41st Raja Bahadur of Manda. He is India's only prime minister to have been a former Zamindar. Educated at the Allahabad University and Pune University, he joined the Indian National Congress in 1969. In 1971, he became a Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha. He served as the Minister of Commerce from 1976 to 1977. He became the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1980 and was known for the encounter of Phoolan Devi.
(23 June 1977- 28 February 1979)
(08 November 1973-29 November 1975)
(04 April 1971 - 12 June 1973)
A multi-faceted character, Kamlapati Tripathi wore many hats as a politician, writer and journalist. He was a senior Indian National Congress leader from Varanasi. He served as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh as well as Union Minister for Railways.
(18 October 1970 - 04 February 1971)
Tribhuvan Narain Singh served as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh from October 18, 1970 to April 4, 1971. He was later appointed as the Governor of West Bengal and also served as the Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee and as Union Minister of Industry and Steel.
(03April 1967 - 25 February 1968)
Hailing from a rural Jat family, Charan Singh of Bharatiya Kranti Dal entered politics as part of the Independence Movement motivated by Mohandas Gandhi. He was a member of the Ghaziabad District Arya Samaj as well as the Meerut District Indian National Congress. Elected as a member of Legislative Assembly of the United Provinces in 1937, he took a deep interest in laws related to the village economy and slowly built his ideological stand which saw him emerge as a champion of the peasants.
(02 October 1963 - 13 March 1967)
(28 December 1954 - 06 December 1960)
Sampurnanand participated in the Non-cooperation Movement; edited Maryada, a Hindi monthly staffed by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya in Benaras, contributed frequently to the National Herald and the Congress Socialist; was elected to the All-India Congress Committee in 1922, became provincial Minister for Education in the Uttar Pradesh cabinet, federal Minister from 1946 to 1951 and from 1951 to 1954. He became Governor of Rajasthan from April 1962 to April 1967. The appointment of Sampurnanand as governor of Rajasthan heralded a new beginning in Indian politics wherein spent forces in the politics were appointed to gubernatorial positions.
(07 December 1960 - 01 October 1963)
Gupta, a Congress leader, had an early start to his political career when he took part in anti-Rowlatt Bill demonstrations in Sitapur at the age of 17. He was a leading light in the Motilal Nehru Memorial Society, which set up various educational, social welfare and cultural centres in Lucknow. He also introduced several schemes for social, cultural and educational development of Lucknow on the advise of Nirmal Chandra Chaturvedi.
(01 April 1946 - 27 December 1954)
The first chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Govind Ballabh Pant of Congress was a pivotal figure in the Indian government. He was one of the biggest political leaders of Uttarakhand (then a part of the United Provinces) and played a leading role in the unsuccessful movement to establish Hindi as the national language of India.
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Feb. 14, 2022, 12:24 p.m.
In a conversation with News24, voters from the Pauri Garhwal constituency of the mountain state revealed the atrocities faced by them. The scarcity of water, as shared by the voters, is still a major problem in Uttarakhand.
(18-03-2017 से 10-03-2021)
Born in Uttarakhand's Pauri Garhwal district, Tirath Singh Rawat briefly served as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for 116 days earlier this year. He was the party chief of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Uttarakhand from 2013-2015 and is also known for being the first Education Minister of Uttarakhand.
(18-03-2017 से 10-03-2021)
Born in 1960 in a village in Uttarakhand's Pauri Garhwal district, Rawat was affiliated to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and held the post of organizing secretary of the Uttarakhand region, and later the Uttarakhand state, after the state's formation in 2000. He was elected from Doiwala in the state's first legislative Assembly elections in 2002. He retained his seat in the 2007 elections and served as the State's Minister of Agriculture. Winning from Doiwala again in 2017, he was named the Chief Minister after his party won a majority and formed the government. He resigned from the Chief Minister's post in March 2021 citing a "collective decision" made by the party.
(01-02-2014 से 27-03-2016)
A Congress veteran, Harish Rawat was the seventh Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. A five-time Member of Parliament, Rawat previously held several key portfolios in the Union Cabinet. Rawat was born in a Kumaoni Rajput family in Mohnari village in Almora district of the United Provinces (now Uttarakhand). He joined the Indian Parliament in 1980 as a member of the 7th Lok Sabha by defeating BJP veteran Murli Manohar Joshi from Almora parliamentary constituency.
(13-03-2012 से 31-01-2014)
Eldest son of eminent politician Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna, Vijay Bahuguna was the sixth Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Currently affiliated to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Bahuguna was also a member of the 14th and 15th Lok Sabha. He represented the Tehri Garhwal constituency of Uttarakhand.
(27-06-2009 से 10-09-2011)
1 Born in Pinani village in Uttarakhand's Pauri Garhwal, Pokhriyal was the fifth Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. A member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Pokhriyal started his career as a teacher in Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh-affiliated Saraswati Shishu Mandir. He represents the Haridwar Parliamentary constituency of Uttarakhand in the 17th Lok Sabha and has also served as the Minister of Education.
(07-03-2007 से 26-06-2009)
1 A senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Khanduri has served twice as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. He was a Member of Parliament in the 16th Lok Sabha representing Garhwal constituency. He was also a cabinet minister in the government headed by the former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Before joining politics, Khanduri served in the Corps of Engineers, Indian Army, from 1954 to 1991.
(02-03-2002 से 07-03-2007)
The third Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Narayan Datt Tiwari was born in a village in Uttarakhand's Nainital district. Besides Uttarakhand, Tiwari was also a three-time Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh (1976–77, 1984–85 and 1988–89). Besides this, Tiwari was a part of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's Cabinet. Tiwari is the only Chief Minister to have completed his full 5-year tenure.
(30-10-2001 से 01-03-2002)
Born in Uttarakhand's Bageshwar district, Bhagat Singh Koshyari was the second chief minister of Uttarakhand. An RSS veteran, Koshyari served as the National Vice-President of BJP and the saffron party's first state president for Uttarakhand. He was also an MP in Rajya Sabha from 2008 to 2014. Affiliated to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Koshyari is currently serving as the Governor of Maharashtra.
(09-11-2000 से 29-10-2001)
Born in Narnaul, Haryana, Nityanand Swami was the first Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. He was affiliated to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He was a worker of Bharatiya Jan Sangh and president of various trade unions. Swami died at the age of 84 on December 12, 2012.
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March 21, 2022, 11:10 p.m.
On the advice and recommendation of Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Governor Banwarilal Purohit on Monday allotted portfolios to the newly-inducted ministers.
(15 august 1947 - 13 april 1949)
Gopi Chand Bhargava was a Congress leader who was the first Chief Minister of undivided Punjab from August 15, 1947 to April 13, 1949, and again between October 18, 1949 and June 20, 1951, and for the third time as caretaker Chief Minister between June 21, 1964 and July 6, 1964. He was a member of the Congress. He also had participated in India’s freedom struggle.
(13 april 1949 - 18 october 1949)
Bhim Sen Sachar was a Congress leader who served as the chief minister for the state of Punjab, twice - from April 13, 1949 to October 18, 1949 and between April 17, 1952 and January 23, 1956. With a strong interest in politics from a very young age, Sachar entered into politics by joining the Indian National Congress. In no time, he became a prominent entity in the Congress party. He was not just the chief minister of Punjab for two times, but also went on to serve as the governor of Odisha and later Andhra Pradesh. Around the time of India's Independence, Sachar accepted citizenship of Pakistan and became a member of the First Pakistan Constituent Assembly, however, he later relinquished the Pakistan citizenship and returned to India
(23 january 1956 - 21 june 1964)
Partap Singh Kairon was a Congress leader who was the Chief Minister of Punjab between January 23, 1956 and June 21,1964. Kairon is widely acknowledged as a force of change for Punjab as he transformed the state with his leadership, bringing administrative reforms, institutions, industries, and best agricultural practices. Notably, his political influence and views are still considered to dominate politics in Punjab.
(7 july 1964 - 5 july 1966)
Ram Kishan was a Congress leader who was one of the senior members of the Indian National Congress (INC), Ram Kishan served as the 7th Chief Minister of Punjab (from July 7, 1964 to July 5, 1966). He was also recognized member of India's freedom struggle against the British. Kishan was awarded the title of "Comrade" due to his extensive involvement in India's freedom struggle from British rule.
(1 november 1966 - 8 march 1967)
A politician and Punjabi language writer, Giani Gurmukh Singh Musafir was a Congress leader who served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from November 1, 1966 to March 8, 1967. Musafir joined the freedom movement in the early 1920s and courted arrest several times till 1947. He became the head of Akal Takht, central seat of religious authority for the Sikhs. It is said that it was Giani Gurmukh Singh Musafir in the Parliament that the Bill favouring Hindi as the national language was passed in the House
(8 march 1967 - 25 november 1967)
a Shiromani Akali Dal leader, he was the first non-Congress Chief Minister of Punjab in 1967. He held the post from March 8, 1967 to November 25, 1967. He again became the CM from February 17, 1969 to March 27, 1970. His ministry fell due to defection of Lachhman Singh Gill, who became the next Chief Minister with the support of the Indian National Congress
(25 november 1967 - 23 august 1968)
Lachhman Singh Gill, a Shiromani Akali Dal leader, served as the 12th Chief Minister of Punjab. He held the post between November 25, 1967 and August 23, 1968. He was a member of Shiromani Akali Dal(SAD), a Sikh-centered regional political party in Punjab. He started his political career during the Punjabi Suba movement in the 1950s. He became a member of the executive committee of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee(SGPC) in 1960 and became general secretary of the SGPC in 1961.
(27 march 1970 - 14 june 1971)
Entering in politics in 1947, Shiromani Akali Dal leader Prakash Singh Badal served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from 1970 to 1971, from 1977 to 1980, from 1997 to 2002, and from 2007 to 2017. He is also the patron of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), a Sikh-centered regional political party. He was a union minister in Prime Minister Morarji Desai's government in 1977, serving as Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation. Parkash Singh Badal was the president of SAD from 1995 to 2008 after which he was replaced by his son Sukhbir Singh Badal. The Government of India awarded him the second-highest civilian award, Padma Vibhushan, in 2015
(17 march 1972 - 30 april 1977)
Zail Singh was a Congress leader who was elected as a Congress Chief Minister of Punjab in 1972. He arranged massive religious gatherings, started public functions with a traditional Sikh prayer, inaugurated a highway named after Guru Gobind Singh, and named a township after the Guru's son. He created a lifelong pension scheme for the freedom fighters of the state. He repatriated the remains of Udham Singh from London, armaments and articles belonging to Guru Gobind Singh. Zail Singh was the seventh and the first Sikh president of India. He held the post of the country's President from 1982 to 1987. He had also held several ministerial posts in the Union Cabinet, including that of Home Minister. He also served as the Chairman of the Non-Aligned Movement from 1983 to 1986. His presidency was marked by Operation Blue Star, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, and the 1984 anti-Sikh riots
(6 june 1980 - 10 october 1983)
After the Punjab Assembly election in 1980, Darbara Singh was a Congress leader who was appointed as Chief Minister and he held the post between June 6, 1980 to October 10, 1983. In the Punjab history, 1980s were a turbulent time marked by a surge in violence and demanded for a separate Sikh homeland. He held the post of Chief Minister for three years. During his tenure, the Punjab government was grappling with the rising militancy in the state. There was a spate of assassinations, including the daylight murder of Lala Jagat Narain, followed by the assassination of DIG of Punjab Police Jalandhar range Avtar Singh Atwal outside the Golden Temple Complex. Due to a spurt in terrorist activities, the tenure of his ministry was cut short and he had to resign and President's Rule was imposed in the state under
(29 september 1985 - 11 june 1987)
Surjit Singh Barnala of teh Shiromani Akali Dal served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from 1985 to 1987. He was also involved in the Quit India Movement of 1942 after which he practiced law for some years. Barnala entered politics in 1952 and unsuccessfully contested from Dhanaula assembly constituency losing by just three votes. He was a five-time member of Punjab Assembly — 1967, 1969, 1972, 1980 and 1985 — and twice a member of the Lok Sabha in 1977 and 1998. He fought the Lok Sabha elections for the first time in 1977 and served as Union Agriculture, Irrigation, Water Resources, Forests minister in the Morarji Desai-led Janta Party government from 1977 to 1980. He had also served as the governor of Tamil Nadu, Uttarakhand, Andhra Pradesh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
(25 february1992 - 31 august 1995)
Beant Singh was a Congress leader who entered Punjab politics and served as the Chief Minister of the state from 1992 to 1995. He was a member of Indian National Congress. In 1960 he was elected chairman of block samiti (committee) of Doraha, in Ludhiana district. After serving for some time as Director of the Central cooperative bank in Ludhiana, Beant Singh entered the Punjab Vidhan Sabha (assembly) as an independent candidate in 1969. Beant Singh was assassinated in a bomb blast at the secretariat complex in Chandigarh in 1995
(31 august 1995 - 21 january 1996)
The Punjab Congress leader served as the 13th Chief Minister of Punjab. He held the post from August 31, 1995 to November 21, 1996. Brar was a member of Punjab Vidhan Sabha five times: from Muktsar in 1960 to 1962, re-elected in 1962-1967 and 1992–1997, Giddarbaha in 1967–1972, Kotkapura in 1969–1974. He served as the Governor of Odisha from February 1977 to September 1977, and Governor of Haryana from September 24, 1977 to December 9, 1979.
(21 january 1996 - 11 february 1997)
The only female Chief Minister of Punjab, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal of Congress when she took office after the resignation of Harcharan Singh Brar. She served as the Punjab Chief Minister from January 21, 1996 to February 11, 1997. She was the eighth female Chief Minister in Indian history. As the CM, she introduced scheme to provide grants of free electricity to small farmers in order to power wells
(26february 2002 - 1 march 2007)
Captain Amarinder Singh of teh Congress served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from February 26, 2002 to March 1, 2007, and again between March 16, 2017 and September 18, 2021. He was a Congress leader but he resigned as the Chief Minister of Punjab on September 18, 2021. Amarinder Singh was inducted into the Congress by Rajiv Gandhi, who was his friend from school. In 1984, he resigned from Parliament and from Congress as a protest against the Army action during Operation Blue Star. He then joined the Shiromani Akali Dal and was elected to the state legislature from Talwandi Sabo and became a minister in the state government for Agriculture, Forest, Development and Panchayats. In 1992 he left the Akali Dal and formed a splinter group named Shiromani Akali Dal (Panthic) which later merged with the Congress in 1998 after Sonia Gandhi took over the reins of the party. He served as the President of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee on three occasions from 1999 to 2002, 2010 to 2013 and 2015 to 2017.
(20 september2021 - present)
The Punjab Congress leader is the current Chief Minister of Punjab. He was elected to the post on September 20, 2021. He was previously Minister of Technical Education and Training in Amarinder Singh cabinet from 2017 to 2021 and leader of the opposition in the Punjab Legislative Assembly.
|Goa Assembly Elections 2022: Exit Poll|
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March 21, 2022, 10:36 p.m.
Goa caretaker Chief Minister Pramod Sawant met Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai to stake claim to form the government after the BJP unanimously elected him to continue as the Chief Minister.
(20 december 1963- 2 december 1966)
Popularly known as Bhausaheb Bandodkar was the first Chief Minister of Goa, in the territory of Goa, Daman & Diu. Born in Pernem to a Marathifamily from Pernem, he became a wealthy mine owner following the Annexation of Goa. He sought to merge the territory with the state of Maharashtra. He swept the polls in 1963, 1967 and in 1972 while representing the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and remained in power until his death in 1973.
(12 august 1973 से 27 april 1979)
Popularly known as Tai, was a prominent leader of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP). She served as the Chief Minister of Goa, Daman and Diu on two occasions, and also was the President of the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party. She is the first (and as of 2021, the only) woman to serve as the Chief Minister of Goa, Daman and Diu.
(16 january 1980 से 27 march 1990)
Is an Indian politician from the state of Goa and former Leader Of Opposition in the Goa state assembly. Rane has been a member of the Indian National Congress since the mid-1970s, and was earlier a prominent figure in the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party. In the MGP, he was minister for law and also held other portfolios, in the term beginning 1972.
(14 april 1990 से 14 december 1990)
Was an Indian politician from the state of Goa. He served as the Chief Minister of Goa for eight months in 1990. Barbosa was a member of the Indian National Congress. He played a significant role in the historic Opinion Poll of 1967. He was one of the members elected to the first legislative assembly constituted after Goa's Liberation from Portuguese rule. He was also a doctor. Barbosa headed a coalition government of 6 Congress defectors by joining in a coalition with the much larger 18 member Maharshtrawadi Gomantak Party. He was affectionately known as Poto Barboz.
(25 january 1991 से 18 may 1993)
Former chief minister and Bharatiya Janata Party politician in Goa, India. He started his career on the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party. Ravi Naik has been the lone legislator in Goa who was a national volleyball player. He has been chief minister for just a six-day stint in 1994 (when he was controversially appointed by the then Governor). He plays badminton, and according to the Times of India he "began his career by owning a bar and restaurant in Ponda".
(18 may 1993 से 2 april 1994)
He was a surgeon and politician from Goa, India. He served as Goa's chief minister on three occasions when he was a member of the Indian National Congress and the Goa Rajiv Congress Party, during his third tenure.Dr de Souza is credited, together with allies such as Govind Panvelcar, with the first Congress Party victory in Goa in 1980.
(26 november 1998 से 9 february 1999)
All India Trinamool Congress politician from Goa who served as a General Secretary in the All India Congress Committee of Indian National Congress since 2013 and was In-charge of the 7 North Eastern States of Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Tripura. Previously he served two terms as the eighth Chief Minister of Goa.
(24 november 1999 से 24 october 2000)
Serving as the Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha, representing South Goa constituency. Prior to that, he served as the Chief Minister of Goa. He is a former speaker of the Goa Legislative Assembly from 2005 until 2007. He is a member of the Indian National Congress political party.
(24 october 2000 से 2 february 2005)
Was leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party who served as Chief Minister of Goa from 14 March 2017 until his death. Previously, he was Chief Minister of Goa from 2000 to 2005 and from 2012 to 2014 and from 2017 to 2019. He also served as the Minister of Defence from October 2014 to March 2017. In January 2020, he was posthumously awarded Padma Bhushan. Parrikar proposed the name of Narendra Modi as the prime ministerial candidate before 2013 BJP parliamentary elections convention in Goa. He served in the National Democratic Alliance government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Defence Minister of India from 2014 to 2017. He was a former member of Rajya Sabha from Uttar Pradesh. He was the first IIT alumnus to serve as MLA of an Indian state, the first IITian to become the Chief Minister of a state in India, the first Goan to become a cabinet-rank minister at the Centre, and also the first Chief Minister of a state to continue in office for over a year despite being diagnosed with terminal-stage cancer.
(8 june 2007 से 09 march 2012)
Was the Chief Minister of Goa from June 2007 to March 2012. Manohar Parikar succeeded him after his term as the Chief Minister of Goa. Since 2006, he has been the president of Swimming Federation of India.Currently, he serves as the Leader of Opposition in Goa Legislative Assembly.
(8 november 2014 से 14 march 2017)
Held the office of the Chief Minister of Goa from 2014 to 2017. He was the member of the Goa Legislative Assembly from Mandrem constituency, and he belongs to the Bharatiya Janata Party. He was appointed as the Chief Minister of Goa on 8 November 2014, replacing Manohar Parrikar. During the Goa Assembly Election in 2017, he lost from his seat of Mandrem. He resigned on 11 March 2017.He served as Goa's Minister of Health before becoming Chief Minister and has a strong connection to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
(19 march 2019 से present)
Is the 13th and current Chief Minister of Goa. Sawant represents the Sanquelim constituency in the Goa Legislative Assembly and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. He is an Ayurveda Medical practitioner by profession. He was serving as the speaker of the Goa assembly before being sworn in as Chief Minister, after the death of the sitting chief minister Manohar Parrikar.
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March 10, 2022, 3:17 p.m.
Manipur Election Result 2022 Live Updates: Votes are being counted today for the Manipur Assembly elections. In Manipur, voting for all the 60 seats has been held on February 28 and March 5 in two phases. The results will be announced today along with the results of Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Goa. By 12 noon it will become clear who will be crowned Manipur.
(March 15, 2017 - Present)
Nongthombam Biren Singh is the 12th and current Chief Minister of Manipur. Turning to politics in 2002, Singh joined the Democratic Revolutionary Peoples Party and won the Assembly elections from Heingang. He retained the seat in 2007 contesting on Congress ticket after joining the party in 2003. Serving as the Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, he quit the party in 2016 before joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. In 2017, he retained his seat from Heingang again and was named the Chief Minister.
(March 7, 2002 - March 1, 2007)
Born in June 1948, Okram Ibobi Singh is the longest serving Chief Minister of Manipur (2002 to 2017). He is a member of the Congress party. In 2017 Assembly Elections, Singh defeated Leitanthem Basanta Singh and Irom Sharmila, and is currently the Leader of Opposition in Manipur Assembly.
(15 February 2001 to 1 June 2001 )
(16 December 1997 to 14 February 2001)
Wahengbam Nipamacha Singh was the ninth Chief Minister of Manipur. In 1997, he started the Manipur State Congress Party while he was the Speaker. Though he won the 2,000 election for the second time, he was removed the very next year when President's rule was declared in the state. Later on, he formed the Manipur National Conference (MNC) in 2002. In 2008, Singh joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
(23 February 1990 to 6 January 1992)
Belonging to the Manipur royal family, Singh was the Chief Minister of Manipur from 1990 to 1992. He was elected to the Manipur Legislative Assembly from Keishamthong in the 1990 Manipur Legislative Assembly election as a member of the Manipur Peoples Party. He introduced the Manipur Liquor Prohibition Act 1991, which banned the liquor in the state of Manipur. He later joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
(4 March 1988 to 22 February 1990)
Singh was the seven Chief Minister of Manipur from 1988 to 1990. He was a close aide of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and a prominent leader for the state-unit of Congress from Sagolband Assembly constituency in Manipur. He was also the first Union Minister from Manipur having served in the Cabinet of Rajiv Gandhi between 1985 and 1988 as the Union Minister for Sports and Youth affairs, and later on as the Chemicals and Petrochemicals Minister.
(December 6, 1974 - May 15, 1977)
Rajkumar Dorendra Singh served as the Chief Minister of Manipur several times. In the past, he represented a number of political parties, including Manipur People's Party, Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Also, he was elected to Rajya Sabha from Manipur and served from September 1988 till March 1990.
(July 10, 1974 - December 5)
(July 1, 1963 - January 11)