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One of the most prominent achievements of the Apang-led Congress regime during this time was the solution of its border issues with China. It was largely the able guidance of Governor Pradhan, whose previous experience in the Defence Ministry helped to be in accord with the northeast states. Some of the most important legislations passed in the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly during this period were:
  • Arunachal Pradesh Salaries and Allowance of Ministers, Act
  • Arunachal Pradesh Environment Protection Act, 1986
  • State Arunachal Pradesh Act, 1986 (granted complete statehood to Arunachal Pradesh)

List of Successful Candidates in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1984

A.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderPartyVotesRunner-UPGenderPartyVotes
1Tawang IGENKarma WangchuMINC2992Tashi NorbuMPPA1600
2Tawang IIGENTsering TashiMINC3139Tsering ChukiFPPA1739
3Dirang KalaktangGENR.K. KhrimeyMIND3925Nima Tsering Khrime MINC3444
4BomdilaGENJapu DeruMPPA1894Sinam Dususow MINC1737
5SeppaGENNyari WelliFINC3419Mape DadaMIND3376
6ChayangtajoGENKameng DoloMINC4744Mai SonamMIND4033
7KoloriangGENChera TaloMINC UncontestedM  
8Nyapin PalimGENTadar TangMINC3265Kamen RinguMPPA2836
9Doimukh SagaleeGENTechi TakarMINC5203Nabam AtumMIND3075
10ZiroGENGyati TakaMINC2938Padi YubeMIND2809
11Raga TaliGENBoa TamoMINC1762Mem KabakMBJP1686
12Daporijo(ST)Tadak DulomMINC4651Larbin Nachi MBJP4629
13Daksing Taliha(ST)Punji MaraMINC3504Tara PayengMBJP2844
14MachukaGENTadik ChijeMIND1492P.W. Sona MINC1310
15Along NorthGENLijum RonyaMBJP2811Talong Taggu MINC2763
16Along SouthGENDoi AdoMPPA4523Boken EteMIND3270
17BasarGENTodak BasarMINC5701Tamar KarloMPPA3211
18PasighatGENTapum JamohMPPA5231Tarung PabinMINC4948
19Yingkiong PanginGENGeogong ApangMINC6880Tanung MizeMPPA3510
20Meriang-MeboGENBakin PertinMPPA4167Kabang Borang MINC3937
21AniniGENTade TachoMINC1303Maru MiliMIND773
22RoingGENMukut MithiMINC3023Abom Bornag MPPA2228
23Namsai ChowkhamGENC.P. NamshoomMIND5816Chau Khouk ManpoongMINC5634
24Tezu HayuliangGENKhapriso KrongMINC5297Sobeng TayangMIND4343
25Noadehing NampongGENKamoli MossangFIND2937Samchom NgemuMINC2682
26ChanglangGENTengam NgemuMINC3055Wangnia PongteMIND2573
27Khonsa SouthGENT.L. RajkumarMINC2656Sijen Kongkang MPPA1478
28Khonsa NorthGENKapchen RajkumarMINC2284L. WanglatMIND1786
29Niausa KanubariGENNoksong BohamMINC2257Rawang Wangham MIND646
30Pongchao WakkaGENHejam PonglahamMINC1442AnokMPPA1081

List of Participating Political Parties in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Election in 1984

S.NoParty Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1BJPBharatiya Janta Party
2INC Indian National Congress
3JNP Janta Party
State Parties
3PPA People's Party of Arunachal

Last Updated on : 03/09/2013