Sikkim Elections 2019

The Lok Sabha elections in Sikkim will be held in a single phase on April 11. Along with the parliamentary election, assembly elections to elect 32 members will also be held simultaneously. Counting of votes will be on May 23.

Sikkim Democratic Front is the most powerful party in the state. The party ruled the Sikkim state since 1994 with Pawan Kumar Chamling as the chief minister. The party continues to win 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014 Assembly elections. Besides, it retained the lone Lok Sabha seat. Sikkim Democratic Front is said to alone in the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections. SDF is a part of the BJP-led NDA and the North-East Democratic Alliance.

Sikkim Election Map

List of Lok Sabha Seats

No. of Constituencies Name of Constituencies

List of Assembly Seats

No. of Constituencies Name of Constituencies
1Yoksam–Tashiding (ST)
3Maneybong Dentam
4Gyalshing Barnyak
7Soreng Chakung
8Salghari Zoom (SC)
9Barfung (ST)
10Poklok Kamrang
11Namchi Singhithang
13Namthang Rateypani
14Temi Namphing
15Rangang Yangang
16Tumin Lingee (ST)
17Khamdong Singtam
18West Pendam (SC)
21Gnathang Machong (ST)
23Shyari (ST)
24Martam Rumtek (ST)
25Upper Tadong
27Gangtok (ST)
28Upper Burtuk
29Kabi Lungchuk (ST)
30Djongu (ST)
31Lachen Mangan (ST)

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