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After Arunachal Pradesh attained complete statehood with the implementation of the State Arunachal Pradesh Act of 1986, elections to its first Legislative Assembly were held in February 1990. A total of 170 candidates from various political parties were in fray, contesting for 60 Assembly constituencies, out of which 59 Assembly seats were reserved for the Scheduled Tribe candidates and 1 Assembly seat for the General candidates. 3,40,098 valid votes were cast in the 1990 elections, in which the Indian National Congress won with a thumping majority by bagging 37 out of the 60 Assembly constituencies, and hence forming the government. The Janata Dal, in comparison, won only 11 Assembly seats while the Janata Party won only 1 seat. Successive changes in the prestigious post of the Governor were made during this term. Former Speaker of Rajasthan Assembly Gopal Singh remained the Governor from March 1990 to May of the same year, before he was replaced by Devi Das Thakur, Loknath Mishra, Surendra Nath Dwivedi and Madhukar Dighe, consecutively. Mata Prasad followed Dighe as Governor in October 1993 and remained on the post till the end of the term. Lijum Ronya was the Speaker of the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly during this tenure while C. C. Singhpo was the Deputy Speaker. Gegong Apang of the Congress remained in power as the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh during the whole of this period.

A number of significant economic and social developments were brought about in this period under the rule of Apang. Apang spearheaded a number of infrastructural developments in the state, and brought in industrial growth and betterment. Some of the most important legislations passed in the Arunachal Pradesh Vidhan Sabha in this period were:
  • Arunachal Pradesh University Amendment Act, 1993
  • Central Laws (Extension to Arunachal Pradesh Act), 1993
  • Arunachal Pradesh Essential Services Act, 1993
  • Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991
  • Panchayat Raj Regulation Amendment Act, 1992

List of Successful Candidates in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1990

A.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderPartyVotesRunner-UPGenderPartyVotes
1Lumla(ST)Karma Wangchu MINC2798Rinchin Norbu GenglaMJD1635
2Tawang(ST)Thupten Tempa MINC UncontestedM  
3Mukto(ST)Dorjee KhanduMINC UncontestedM  
4Dirang(ST)Lobsang Tsering MIND3252Tsering GyurmeMINC2225
5Kalaktang(ST)Rinchin Khandu Khrimey MINC3388Dorjee TseringMJD1771
6Thrizino Buragaon(ST)Sinam Dususow MINC2578Nima Tsering KhrimeMIND1646
7Bomdila(ST)Japu Deru MINC2839Rinchin KharuMJD2008
8Bameng(ST)Dongle Sonam MIND2895Mai SonamMINC2501
9Chayangtajo(ST)Kameng Dolo MINC3364Ropo YangfoMJD3345
10Seppa East(ST)Mepe Dada MJD2461Atum WellyMINC2266
11Seppa West(ST)Hari Natung MIND1800Matum RimeMJD1263
12Pakke Kessang(ST)Dera Natung MINC1680Natung TachengMJD1240
13Itanagar(ST)Lichi Legi MJD6494Techi TakurMINC4978
14Doimukh(ST)Ngurang Tazap MINC2595T.C. TeliMJNP(JP)2452
15Sagalee(ST)Taba Haniya MJD3210Nabam TukiMINC2967
16Yachuli(ST)Neelam Taram MINC5683Joram TajingMJD1691
17Ziro Hapoli(ST)Padi Yubbe MIND4237Nani RibyaMIND2900
18Palin(ST)Dugi Tajik MJD2513Dolang TagingMINC1964
19Nyapin(ST)Tadar Taniang MINC2241Kamen RinguMJD2141
20Tali(ST)Zara Tata MJNP(JP)2095Sorom TatupMINC1246
21Koloriang(ST)Chera TaloMINC UncontestedM  
22Nacho(ST)Tanga Byaling MIND2337Taring DuiMINC2034
23Taliha(ST)Tara Payeng MJD2784Punji MaraMINC2689
24Daporijo(ST)Tadak Dulom MINC4128Daklo NidakMIND2197
25Raga(ST)Talo Mugli MINC4155Boa TamoMJD2418
26Daporijo(ST)Larbin Nasi MIND3247Tomo RibaMJD2116
27Liromoba(ST)Lijum RonyaMINC3194Jarbom GamlinMJD2895
28Likabali(ST)Rima Taipodia MJD2735Kardu TaipodiaMINC2418
29Basar(ST)Todak Basar MINC5969Tomo RibaMJD3832
30Along West(ST)Kirge Eshi MJD3313Kento EtteMINC2829
31Along East(ST)Doi Ado MINC3296Togum LollenMJD2811
32Rumgong(ST)Tamiyo Taga MINC2778Karma JerangMIND1954
33Mechuka(ST)Pasang Wangchuk Sona MIND2395Tadik ChijeMIND2125
34Tuting Yingkiong(ST)Gegong Apang MINC6346Bani DanggenMJD1487
35Pangin(ST)Tahung Tatak MINC2520Tanyong TatakMIND2501
36Nari-Koyu(ST)Tako Eabi MJD1460Tanya DabiMINC1454
37Pasighat West(ST)Tarung Pabin MINC3147Tatong PadungMJD2757
38Pasighat East(ST)Ninong Ering MIND2830Bakin PertinMJD2746
39Mebo(ST)Lombo Tayeng MINC2232Maliyang PermeMJD1816
40Mariyang-Geku(ST)Kabang Borang MINC3737Bakin PertinMJD3047
41Anini(ST)Rajesh Tacho MINC970Tade TachoMIND836
42Dambuk(ST)Bassu Perme MJD3314Makpel PertinMINC2912
43Roing(ST)Mukut Mithi MINC3781Namo LingiMJD2036
44Tezu(ST)Nakul Chai MJD3850Sobeng TayangMINC3299
45Hayuliang(ST)Khapriso Krong MIND2869Piola KriMIND2008
46Chowkham(ST)Sokio Dellang MIND1762Chow Tewa MeinMJD1422
47Namsai(ST)C.P. Namchoom MINC5479Chau Khouk ManpoongMJD3254
48Lekang(ST)Omem Moyong Deori FINC4176Chowna MeinMJD3996
49Bordumsa DiyumGENC.C. Singpho MINC2500Innem Gam SingphoMJD1639
50Miao(ST)Samchom Ngemu MINC3582Kittang Kitnal MuklomMJD2779
51Nampong(ST)Komoli Mosang MINC1828Izmir TikhakMIND1608
52Changlang South(ST)Tengam Ngemu MINC1860Khongmat TanghaMJD870
53Changlang North(ST)Wangnia Pongte MINC2028Thinghap TaijuMJD1474
54Namsang(ST)Wangpha Lowang MINC1772Ngongbey KanglomMJD1628
55Khonsa East(ST)Tl. Rajkuma MINC3245TonhangtonglukMJD1815
56Khonsa West(ST)S. Kongkang MINC2361Hangliam SumnyanMIND1743
57Borduria Bogapani(ST)L. Wanglat MJD2932W.Ajay RajkumarMINC1767
58Kanubari(ST)Noksong Boham MINC1368Nokram WanghamMJD1267
59Longding Pumao(ST)Langfu Lukham MIND1692Tingpong WanghanMJD1672
60Pongchao Wakka(ST)Anok Wangsa MINC2016Wangma WangsaMIND1874


List of Participating Political Parties in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1990

S.NoParty Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1INC Indian National Congress
2JD Janata Dal
3JNP(JP)Janta Party(JP)
Independents
4INDIndependentS

Last Updated on : 03/09/2013