Manipur party positions: Cong 42; PDF 1; NPF 4; TMC 7; Others 6
Manipur: Congress secures 33 out of 49 seats in 60-member assembly.
Congress gets majority in Manipur.
Congress’ Francis Ngajokpa defeated K Rain of Naga People Front in Tadubi Constituency.
In Bishenpur assembly constituency K Govindas of Congress defeated Kh Jibon of Trinamool by over 300 votes.
In Naoriya Pakhang Lakpa, Congress’ R K Anand defeated K Rojenkumar of Trinamool Congress by some 500 votes.
In Patsoi assembly constituency, Congress candidate A K Mirabai won the seat defeating Kunjeshore Singh of Trinamool Congress by over 600 votes.
In prestigious Yaiskul constituency, Congress nominee E Chand won the seat defeating independent Jayadev Sharma by over 300 votes.
Nitin Gadkari: Results of five states clearly show that people have gone against the Congress and the UPA.
Congress candidate Prithiviraj Singh won Moirang assembly constituency in Bishenpur district defeating NCP nominee P Sharatchandra Singh by over 1000 votes.
Manipur: In Phungyar assembly constituency in Ukhrul district, Congress candidate Victor Keishing, son of former chief minister Rishang Keishing, won the seat defeating Naga Peoples Front nominee Honrei Kashung by 100 votes.