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Manipur Assembly Election Results in 1980




Manipur Legislative Assembly Election in 1980 Party Wise

Party Name 
Communist Party of India (CPI)5
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM)1
Indian National Congress INC(I)13
Indian National Congress INC(U)6
Janata Party (JNP)10
Kuki National Assembly (KNA)2
Manipur People Party (MRP)4
Independent (IND)19
Total60



List of Successful Candidates in Manipur Assembly Election in 1980

A. C. No.Assembly Constituency NameCategoryWinner NameGenderPartyVotesRunner up NameGenderPartyVotes
1KhundrakpamGENYumlembam KullaMCPM2241Langonjan TikendraMIND1645
2HeingangGENWaikhom JagorMIND3388Longjan NingthemjaoMINC(I)2387
3KhuraiGENChandam NaniharMMPP2577Atomba NagiranbamchaMINC(I)2392
4KhetrigaoGENMuhammaddinMINC(U)2361Moirangthem IbohalMCPI2045
5ThongjuGENOinam TombaMIND3241Walkhom TolenMMPP2302
6KeiraoGENAbdul MatalipMIND2985Takhellambam TombaMCPI2705
7AndroGENLait0Ngbam AmujaoMINC(U)6905Ashraf AliMJNP5704
8LamlaiGENPheiroijam ParijatMCPI4197Yumkhibam KeraniMINC(I)3114
9ThangmeibandGENK. RadhabinodMIND2274GangummeiMIND1829
10UripokGENPaonam AchowMIND2140L. RaghumaniMJNP1242
11SagolbandGENM. KumarMMPP1862Salam DamodarMIND1134
12KeishamthongGENLasihram ManobiMMPP1998P. ShyamkishoreMINC(U)1649
13SingjameiGENI. Tompok SinghMINC(U)2309Th ChandrasekharMJNP1766
14YaiskulGENR. K. DorendraMINC(I)4609Ayekpam Biramangol SinghMJNP2744
15WangkheiGENYumkham IrabotMJNP4052Ahamadullah MirzaMINC(I)2914
16Sekmai(SC)Kh. ChaobaMJNP3568Khangembam LeirijaoMINC(I)2580
17LamsangGENPhuritsabam Sagar SinghMIND2329Khundongbam JugeshwarMCPI2260
18KonthoujamGENHemam LokhonMINC(I)2711Thangjam BabuMCPI2581
19PatsoiGENLeisangthem ChandramaniMJNP3225Nongmaithem IbomchaMMPP2718
20LangthabalGENOkram JoyMJNP4063Karam BabudhomMNC(U)3479
21Naoriya PakhanglakpaGENWahengam AngauMINC(U)5320Akoijam IbobiMMPP4180
22WangoiGENChungkhom RajmuhonMINC(I)4749Wahengbem NipamchaMJNP4063
23Mayang ImphalGENKhunujam AmutombiMINC(I)4569Md. Abdul LatifMJNP2795
24NambolGENTh. ChaobaMJNP4678Hidangmayum Shyam Kiswar SharmaMINC(I)4506
25OinamGENYamnam Yaima SinghMJNP4220Keisham BiraMINC(I)3998
26BishenpurGENKhundrakpam Pulinkant SinghMINC(U)2531Konthoujam Gojendro SinghMIND2257
27MoirangGENMairembam KoirengMJNP5052Hemam NilamaniMJNP(S)4582
28ThangaGENHaojam Kangjamba SinghMIND3711Kaisanam YaimaMJNP(S)2958
29KumbiGENKhangembam Manimohan SinghMINC(I)2650Shanasham Bira SinghMINC(U)2643
30LilongGENMd. Helaluddin KhanMINC(I)7629Md. AlimuddinMJNP4680
31ThoubalGENThodam KrishnaMMPP3701Akoijam IbomchaMINC(U)3633
32WangkhemGENPangambam MunalMIND2991IbotonMIND2201
33HeirokGENMoirangthem IbotombiMJNP4936Nongmeikapam NilakamalMINC(I)4754
34Wangjing TenthaGENLaishram SaratchandraMIND3221Moirangthem NaraMCPI2432
35KhangabokGENThokehom AchoubaMCPI3139Md. Abdul JabarMIND2812
36WabgaiGENAbdul SalamMIND2634Noarem MahondasMIND1894
37KakchingGENKshetri IrabotMCPI4365Yengkhom ThambalMJNP3916
38HiyanglamGENElangbam BabudhonMCPI3487Elangbam BiramaniMINC(U)3027
39SugnooGENMayanglambam Nila SinghMCPI3836Mayanglambam BabuMINC(U)2923
40JiribamGENDevendra SinghMIND6731S. BijoyMJNP3003
41Chandel(ST)SatkholalMKNA6075Lh. AngnoMINC(I)3251
42Tengnoupal(ST)Jainson HaokipMKNA5055K. LeithilMINC(I)3512
43Phungyar(ST)Rishang KeishingMINC(I)5440M. C. NgathingkhuiMJNP3045
44Ukhrul(ST)Yangmaso ShaizaMJNP6191S. ZingthanMINC(I)5040
45Chingai(ST)Somi A. ShimrayMJNP5472P. PaterMIND5060
46Saikul(ST)Holkholet KhongsaiMINC(U)2456K. S. SeiboyMKNA2136
47Karong(ST)VioMIND6057K. S. Bengamin BaneeMJNP4407
48Mao(ST)Soshow LorhoMIND(I)6897Kh. ThekhoMJNP5576
49Tadubi(ST)LuikangMIND5218HaokholetMMPP3907
50KangpokpiGENKishore ThapaMINC(I)5353Taokhosli KipgenMIND3233
51Saitu(ST)L. S. JohnMIND2615Althing (Lhingjaneng)FJNP2496
52Tamei(ST)I. D. DijuanangMINC(I)5211IlunangMIND3054
53Tamenglong(ST)K. HuriangMIND3318PhenrongMJNP2043
By Polls in 1981Tamenglong(ST)J.PanmeiMIND3654N.PameiMINC(I)3239
54Nungba(ST)SaikhangamMIND2905JangamlungMJNP2168
55Tipaimukh(ST)MgurdinglienMINC(I)3872Selkai HrangchalMIND3556
56Thanlon(ST)PhungzathangMINC(I)5264ThangkhanginMIND3344
57Henglep(ST)HolkhomangMIND3233MangkhothongMINC(I)3091
58Churachandpur(ST)K. VungzalianMIND4431Baukholal ThangjemMINC(I)3231
59Saikot(ST)NgulkhohauMIND3719T. KhollyFIND2814
60Singhat(ST)ThangkhanlalMINC(I)3701HaulianthangMINC(U)3365



List of Participating Political Parties in Manipur Assembly Election in 1980

S.No.Party Abbreviation Party
National Parties
1CPICommunist Party of India
2CPMCommunist Party of India (Marxist)
3INC(I)Indian National Congress (I)
4INC(U)Indian National Congress (U)
5JNPJanta Party
6JNP(JP)Janata Party (JP)
7JNP(S)Janata Party (Secular)
State Parties
8KNAKuki National Assembly
Registered(Unrecognised ) Parties
9MPPManipur Peoples Party
Independents
10INDIndependents



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