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Sikkim Assembly Election Results 1989


Party Wise Summary Sikkim Assembly Election Results in 1989

Party NameSeats
Sikkim Sangram Parishad (SSP)32
Total32



List of Successful Candidates in Sikkim Assembly Election in 1989

YearA.C No.Assembly Constituency NameType of A.C.Winner Candidates NameGenderPartyVotesRunner-UPGenderPartyVotes
19891YoksamGENSanchaman SubbaMSSP2609Ashok Kumar SubbaMINC1540
19892Tashiding(BL)Ugen Pritso BhutiaMSSP3249Chewang BhutiaMINC347
19893GeyzingGENMan Bahadur DahalMSSP3175Garjaman SubbaMRIS932
19894DentamGENPadam Lall GurungMSSP3102Puspa Mani ChettriMRIS566
19895BarmiokGENBirbal SubbaMSSP2624Ram Chandra PoudyalMRIS1001
19896Rinchenpong(BL)Chong Lamu BhutiaFSSP2914Phur Tsering LepchaMINC1011
19897ChakungGENTara Man RaiMSSP3804Rastaman RaiMIND550
19898SoreongGENNar Bahadur BhandariMSSP4712Pahal Man SubbaMINC400
19899DaramdinGENPadam Bahadur GurungMSSP3745Ram Bahadur LimbuMINC957
198910Jorthang-NayabazarGENBhim Raj RaiMSSP4023Rajan GurungMINC1062
198911Ralong(BL)Sonam Gyatso KaleonMSSP2903Dorjee Dozom BhutiaMINC291
198912WakGENBedu Singh PanthMSSP2930Suk Bahadur RaiMINC231
198913DamthangGENPawan Kumar ChamlingMSSP4227Suraj Kumar KhartanMINC257
198914MelliGENDilliram BasnetMSSP3400Girish Chandra RaiMIND627
198915Rateypani - West Pendam(SC)Chandra Kumar MohoraMSSP3401Madhukar DarjeeMINC603
198916Temi-TarkuGENI. B. RaiMSSP3091Badrinath PradhanMIND707
198917Central Pendam-East PendamGENSukumar PradhanMSSP3168Yoganidhi BhandariMRIS1817
198918RhenockGENKharananda UpretyMSSP2295Kiran ChettriMINC1271
198919ReguGENRajendra Prasad UpretyMSSP2479Karna BahadurMINC1558
198920Pathing(BL)Ram LepchaMSSP3225Sangey DorjeeMINC1360
198921Loosing PachekhaniGENRupraj RaiMSSP1859Ram Chandra PoudyalMRIS1566
198922Khamdong(SC)Birkhaman RamudamuMSSP3330Ganga DarjeeMRIS973
198923Djongu(BL)Sonam Chhyoda LepchaMSSP2322Athup LepchaMINC810
198924Lachen Mangshila(BL)Tasa Tengey LepchaMSSP2452Nimching LepchaMINC1032
198925Kabi Tingda(BL)Hangu Tshering BhutiaMSSP1806Kalzang GyatsoMINC1268
198926Rakdong Tentek(BL)Phuchung BhutiaMSSP2650Rinzing TongdenMRIS1230
198927Martam(BL)Chamla TsheringMSSP1968Samten TsheringMINC1118
198928Rumtek(BL)O. T. BhutiaMSSP3126Sonam Pintso WangdiMINC1377
198929Assam Lingjey(BL)Sonam Dupden LepchaMSSP2359Sherab PaldenMINC1184
198930Ranka(BL)Dorjee TsheringMSSP2909Sonam Tsh. LepchaMINC1644
198931GangtokGENManita PradhanMSSP3415Dilli Prasad DhungelMINC2494
198932SanghaGENNanjha GyaltsenMSSP806BazingMIND422



List of Participating Political Parties in Sikkim Assembly Election in 1989

Partytype AbbreviationParty
National Parties
1 INCIndian National Congress
State Parties
2 RIS RISING SUN PARTY
3 SSP Sikkim Sangram Parishad
Registered (Unrecognised) Parties
4 DPC DENZONG PEOPLES CHOGPI
Independents
5 INDIndependents



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