57 seats to Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly ( 3 uncontested and won)
31 seats needed for a majority
Map of the results
Legislative Assembly elections were held in Arunachal Pradesh on April 11 to elect the 60 members of Legislative Assembly. The term of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly ends on June 1, 2019. This results in a landslide victory for Bharatiya Janata Party and its allies. Pema Khandu took oath as Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister on 29 May 2019.
|Parties and Coalitions||Popular vote||Seats|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||3,15,540||50.86||19.89||60||41||30|
|Janata Dal (United)||61,325||9.88||9.88||15||7||7|
|National People's Party||90,347||14.56||14.56||30||5||5|
|Indian National Congress||1,04,540||16.85||32.65||46||4||38|
|People's Party of Arunachal||10,714||1.73||7.23||9||1||4|
|Janata Dal (Secular)||13,378||2.16||2.16||12||0|
|Al India Party||232||0.04||0.04||1||0|
|None of the above||5,824||0.94||0.11||60|
Three-member of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Phurpa Tsering from Dirang, Taba Tedir from Yachuli and Kento Jini from Along East were elected unopposed after others' candidature was rejected or the candidates withdrew themselves.
Some major political consequences were:
- National People's Party was accorded the status of National Party from Election Commission of India as it got 5 seats in the assembly with a vote share of 14.56% getting also the status of a Recognized State Party in Arunachal Pradesh.
- Janata Dal (United) party got the status of a Recognized State Party by the Election Commission of India as it secured 7 seats in the assembly winning a vote share of 9.88% in the state.
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- "Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh polls with Lok Sabha elections likely: EC sources". The Economic Times. 3 December 2018. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
- BJP makes early gain in Arunachal Pradesh