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EC bans more than 100 NE candidates

At least 25 people who contested the last assembly and parliamentary polls in Nagaland, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur and Nagaland won’t be able to do it till 2017. The Election Commission has disqualified these candidates for not submitting the details of their expenditures when they contested the last polls. 

The country’s poll panel has disqualified 3 candidates in Arunachal Pradesh. They are Koruna Morang, Geli Ete and Bote Yuto who have been barred from contesting the polls till 2017. They are apart from 3 other candidates from Meghalaya to have faced the stern action. They are namely Sofior Rahman, Pyndapborthiaw Saibon, Teiborlang Pathaw while M. Lalmanzuala, Lalthlahlova, and Biakmawawia have been disqualified in Mizoram. 

In Manipur, the Election Commission has disqualified 8 candidates namely NaoremIbeama Dev, Arambam BirendraSingh, Thingbaijam IbosanaMeitei, Takhellambam NepoleanSingh, Zanamuddin Yairipok, JalaluddinShah, Y.Borajao, Solankee Chothe and Lunkhomang who did not submit their expenditure details.

Tripura has 5 candidates who won’t be able to contest the next assembly and parliamentary polls. They are ChandanDas, Mangalia Debbarma,  Lukesh Sabdakar, Bimal Debbarma, DurgacharanDeb who have not submitted their expenditure details before the returning officers during the  last polls.

Nagaland has only Lachit Khersa who has been barred from contesting the polls.

These are apart from 88 other people from Assam who have faced the similar action from the Election Commission.   

 

LIST OF PERSONS DISQUALIFIED UNDER SECTION 10A OF THE RP ACT 1951

State of Arunachal Pradesh-Legislative Assembly

 

S.No.

Number and name of constituency from which the person contested election

Name and address of Disqualified persons

Date of Disqualification

Date on which the period of disqualification will expire.

ARUN

48-Lekang (ST)

ShriKorunaMorang,

07.08.2012

07.08.2015

1

AC

Vill.:Mirsam,P.O./P.S.: Pasighat,Dist.:EastSiang, ArunachalPradesh.

 

 

ARUN2

30-Along West (ST) LAC

Shri Geli Ete, Village Kugi Pomte, PO/PS-Aalo, West Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh

08.12.2014

08.12.2017

ARUN3

33-Mechuka (ST)

Shri Bote Yuto, Village Hone,

07.01.2015

07.01.2018

 

LAC

PO Tato, PS Kaying, West Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh

 

 

 

MEGHALAYA -LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

 

MEG1

47-Rajabala LAC

Shri Sofior Rahman, New Bhaitbari, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya.

21.10.2013

21.10.2016

MEG2

15–Mawlai (ST) LAC

Shri Pyndapborthiaw Saibon, Mawlai Nonglum, Shillong-793017.

17.02.2014

17.02.2017

MEG3

15–Mawlai (ST) LAC

Shri Teiborlang Pathaw, C/O Amanda Pathaw, Mawlai Mawdatbaki “B” East, PO & PS Mawlai, East Khasi Hills, Shillong.

17.02.2014

17.02.2017

MIZORAM-HOUSE OF PEOPLE

 

S.No.

Number and name of constituency from which the person contested election

Name and address of disqualified persons

Date of Disqualification

Date on which the period of disqualification will expire.

MIZ1

01-Mizoram (ST) PC

Shri M. Lalmanzuala, Chaltlang, Aizawl.

08.09.2014

08.09.2017

 

MIZORAM-LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

 

 

 

S.No.

Number and name of constituency from which the person contested election

Name and address of disqualified persons

Date of Disqualification

Date on which the period of disqualification will expire.

MIZ2

40-Palak (ST) LAC

Shri Lalthlahlova, Sihphir, Mizoram.

07.01.2013

07.01.2016

MIZ3

12-Aizawl North III (ST) AC

Shri Biakmawawia, Hortoki, Mamit

08.09.2014

08.09.2017

 

Manipur Legislative Assembly

 

Sl.No.

Number and name of Constituency fromwhichthe person contested election

NameandAddressof disqualifiedpersons

Date of disqualification

Date onwhich the period of disqualification willexpire

MR1

10-Uripok

ShriNaoremIbeama Devi,Iroishemba ManingLeikal,Imphal , Manipur

07.01.2013

07.01.2016

MR2

20-Langthabal

ShriArambam BirendraSingh,Lilong ChajingMarienkhong, Manipur

07.01.2013

07.01.2016

MR3

4-Kshetrigao

ShriThingbaijam IbosanaMeitei, TopAwangLeika i Manipur

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

MR4

6-Keirao

ShriTakhellambam NepoleanSingh, LangdumMakha Leikai, P.O.Singjamei P.S.Irilbung Manipur

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

MR5

7-Andro

ShriZanamuddin YairipokTulihal Heirong P.O.&P.S.Yairipo l Manipur

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

MR6

7-Andro

Md.JalaluddinShah YairipokTulihalMayai LeikaiManipur

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

MR7

24-Nambol

Shri.Y.Borajao, IshokAwangLeikai , Manipur.

10-09-2013

10-09-2016

MR8

41-Chandel(ST)

Shri Solankee Chothe, PurumTampakVillage, Chandel, Manipur

07-01-2014

07-01-2017

MR9

60-Singhat (ST)

Shri Lunkhomang, Simol P.S.Saikul

07-07-2014

07-07-2017

TRIPURA-LEGISLATIVEASSEMBLY

 

Sl. No.

No. & Name of theConstituenc y fromwhich the personcontested

Name&Addressof Disqualifiedperson

Date of Disqualification

Date onwhich the period of disqualification willexpire

TP1

21-Nalchar(SC)

ShriChandanDas Vill&PO-Taxapara, PS Melaghar Dist.Sepahijala Tripura

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

TP2

53-Kailashahar

ShriDurgacharanDeb, Vill-Kalipur PO-Paiturbazar Kailashahar,Unakoti Tripura

04-09-2013

04-09-2016

TP3

2-Mohanpur

ShriMangalia Debbarma, Vill. Srihari Para P.O. Barkathal, P.S.Sidhai Tripura

23-10-2013

23-10-2016

TP4

46-Surma(SC)

Sh Lukesh Sabdakar, Vill&POLaljuri P.S.Kumarghat DistrictDhalai Tripura

07-02-2014

07-02-2017

TP5

47-Ambassa(ST)

Sh.Bimal Debbarma Vill:Ashapurna Royaja, ParaP.O.Jayanti Bazar, P.S.Salema DhalaiTripura Pin­799278

07-02-2014

07-02-2017

 

 

Nagaland –Legislative Assembly


Sl.No.

Number and name of Constituency from which the person contested election

Name and Address of Disqualified persons

Date of disqualification

Date on which the period of disqualification willexpire

NL1

3-Dimapur III

Sh. Lachit Khersa Amaluma Village, PS-Sub-Urban BPO Dhansiripar, PO-Dimapur 797112 Nagaland

07-08-2015

07-08-2018

 

 

 

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