Polling in Arunachal Pradesh will be held in a single phase on April 11, 2019. The state will be voting simultaneously for Lok Sabha and assembly constituencies. There are 2 Lok Sabha and 60 Assembly seats in Arunachal Pradesh. The counting of votes will be on May 23. The prime contest is between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), National People's Party and Congress.
The Lumla, Tawang, Mukto, Dirang, Kalaktanag Assembly constituencies in Arunachal Pradesh will go to poll in the first phase on April 11. Arunachal Pradesh will witness a tough fight between the incumbent NPP, the BJP and Congress Party will be witnessed. Arunachal Pradesh Assembly Elections 2019 Schedule: Voting to be Held on April 11, Result on May 23.
All You Need to Know About Lumla, Tawang, Mukto, Dirang, Kalaktanag Assembly constituencies:
Lumla: For the 2019 assembly elections, the BJP has given its ticket to Jambey Tashi from this constituency while the NPP has given its ticket to Jampa Thirnly Kunkhap. The Indian National Congress hasn't fielded any candidate.
Tawang: In Tawang Vidhan Sabha constituency, the BJP has fielded Tsering Tashi while the Congress party has given its ticket to Thupten Tempa. The National People's Party hasn't fielded any candidate for this assembly constituency.
Mukto: Arunachal Chief Minister Pema Khandu, who is seeking a re-election from Mukto Assembly seat, will contest on a BJP ticket. The Congress party has given a ticket to Thupten Kunphen. The NPP hasn't fielded any candidate for this assembly constituency.
Dirang: In Dirang Vidhan Sabha constituency, the BJP has fielded Phurpa Tsering while the Congress party has given its ticket to Tsering Gyurme. An independent candidate Gombu Tsering Gonpapa for this assembly constituency.
Kalaktanag: For 2019 Assembly polls, the BJP has given its ticket to Tenzing Norbu Thangdok while Dorjee Wangdi Kharma of the Janata Dal (Secular) will contest the election from this seat. The Congress and NPP haven't fielded any candidate for this assembly constituency.
The Lok Sabha polls 2019, along with assembly elections in some states, will take place crosswise the nation between April 11, 2019, and May 23, 2019. While voting will take place in seven phases between April 11 and May 19, the national election results will be announced on May 23.