Arunachal Pradesh MLAs are elected every five years through direct elections from single-seat constituencies. There are 60 MLA seats in the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly, the elections for which last took place in 2019. At present, most Arunachal Pradesh MLAs (48 in total) are from the BJP, the ruling party in the state.
Most of the MLA seats in Arunachal Pradesh are reserved for candidates from Scheduled Tribes. In this article, we have shared the Arunachal Pradesh MLA list, with names of all the MLAs, their respective constituencies, and political parties.
Arunachal Pradesh MLA
The MLAs in Arunachal Pradesh are a part of the state Legislative Assembly and are responsible for matters related to legislation and administration. Arunachal Pradesh has a unicameral legislature, meaning that there is only one house of the legislature. There are a total of 60 Arunachal Pradesh MLAs who were elected during the 2019 elections.
- Until 1987, there were only 33 MLA seats in Arunachal Pradesh.
- Currently, the seat for Leader of the Opposition is vacant in the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly.
- BJP is the ruling party in Arunachal Pradesh, with 48 MLAs in total.
Arunachal Pradesh MLA List (2019–2024)
Each MLA in Arunachal Pradesh is responsible for looking after the administration and law and order in their respective constituency. Find out more about who is in charge of which constituency in Arunachal Pradesh by going through the table shared here. We have shared the names of all Arunachal Pradesh MLAs, their parties, and their constituencies below.
Arunachal Pradesh MLA Name
Shri Dorjee Wangdi Kharma
Shri Dongru Siongju
Tana Hali Tara
Pasang Dorjee Sona
Chau Zingnu Namchoom
Jummum Ete Deori
Bordumsa - Diyum
Gabriel Denwang Wangsu
MLA in Arunachal Pradesh: Party-Wise
The BJP has the most number of Arunachal Pradesh MLAs. In the 2019 Assembly election, BJP won 48 seats, outnumbering its competitors through several votes. Together with NPP, BJP formed the NDA alliance and established the ruling government. We have shared the party-wise distribution of Arunachal Pradesh MLAs in the table below.
Arunachal Pradesh MLA Seats
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
National People’s Party (NPP)
Indian National Congress (INC)
Trinamool Congress (AITC)
FAQs on Arunachal Pradesh MLA
Q1. How many MLA are there in Arunachal Pradesh?
There are 60 MLAs in Arunachal Pradesh, each elected for a single-seat constituency. Elections for the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly were last held in 2019 in which BJP won the majority of seats. In total, there are 48 Arunachal Pradesh MLAs from BJP.
Q2. Who is the MLA of Arunachal Pradesh?
The Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly has 60 MLAs. The names of Arunachal Pradesh MLAs are Taba Tedir (Yachuli), Tirong Aboh (Khonsa West), Mopi Mihu (Anini), Kento Rina (Nari Koyu), Tarin Dakpe (Raga), Mutchu Mithi (Roing), Balo Raja (Palin), and others.
Q3. How many MLA seats are there in Arunachal Pradesh?
There are a total of 60 MLA seats in Arunachal Pradesh. Currently, the tenth Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly is in place with 60 members. The Speaker of the Assembly is Pasang Dorjee Sona while the Deputy Speaker is Tesam Pongte.
Q4. Who is the MLA of Itanagar?
The MLA of Itanagar is Techi Kaso. He was elected during the 2019 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Techi Kaso was a member of the Janata Dal but switched to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Q5. Where can I get the list of Arunachal Pradesh MLAs?
We have shared the list of Arunachal Pradesh MLAs here with the names of all the MLAs, their political parties, and their constituencies. There are 60 members in the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly, 48 of which are from the BJP.
Q6. How many BJP MLAs are there in Arunachal Pradesh?
There are 48 BJP MLAs in Arunachal Pradesh. The names of Arunachal Pradesh from BJP are Tsering Tashi, Kumsi Sidisow, Goruk Pordung, Tage Taki, Nakap Nalo, Tumke Bagra, Pasang Dorjee Sona, Kaling Moyong, Chowna Mein, Phosum Khimhun, Gabriel Denwang Wangsu, and others.