Meghalaya MLA List includes the names of all the present members of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly. The legislature of Meghalaya was constituted in 1972 with 60 members. The Meghalaya MLA elections are held every five years. The most recent election was held in March 2023 in which NPP won the majority of votes.
The mode of election for the members of the legislative assembly in Meghalaya is the first-past-the-post system. In this article, we have shared the Meghalaya MLA list with the names of all members, their respective parties, and constituencies.
MLA in Meghalaya
There are 60 members in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly. The MLAs in Meghalaya look after the administrative and legislative matters of their respective constituencies. The total term limit of all MLAs in Meghalaya is five years, barring special circumstances. Some of the circumstances under which the term of the MLA may be dissolved are as follows.
- In case of the death of the MLA.
- In case of willful resignation by the MLA.
- In case of their disqualification by other Meghalaya MLAs.
Meghalaya MLA List
Out of a total of 60 MLAs in Meghalaya, 28 are part of the NPP (National People’s Party). The present members of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly were elected in the March 2023 elections. We have shared the names of the MLAs, along with the names of their parties and constituencies in the Meghalaya MLA list shared here.
Meghalaya MLA Name
Santa Mary Shylla
Dr Celestine Lyndoh
Heaving Stone Kharpran
Alexander Laloo Hek
Ardent Miller Basaiawmoit
Matthew Beyondstar Kurbah
Olan Singh Suin
Balajied Kupar Synrem
Gavin Miguel Mylliem
Remington Gabil Momin
Renikton Lyngdoh Tongkhar
Rupert M. Momin
Marthon J. Sangma
Timothy D. Shira
Pongseng R. Marak
Jim M. Sangma
Marcuise N. Marak
Limison D. Sangma
Abu Taher Mondal
Md Miznur Rahamankazi
Rupa M Marak
Thomas A. Sangma
Miani D Shira
Sanjay A. Sangma
Ian Botham K Sangma
Saleng A. Sangma
Rakkam A. Sangma
Sengchim N. Sangma
Kartush R. Marak
Megahlaya MLA List: Party-Wise
The MDA (Meghalaya Democratic Alliance) is the ruling government in Meghalaya with a total of 45 Meghalaya MLA seats. The majority of MLAs are from the NPP (National People’s Party). Here, we have shared the party-wise Meghalaya MLA list with the names of all the parties and their total seats in the Assembly.
Meghalaya MLA Seats
FAQs on Meghalaya MLAs
Q1. How many MLAs are there in Meghalaya?
A total of 60 MLAs in Meghalaya are a part of the present Legislative Assembly. The MLAs were elected in the Assembly elections held in March 2023. The NPP has the maximum number of Meghalaya MLAs (28) and is the ruling party in Meghalaya.
Q2. Who is the MLA in Meghalaya?
There are 60 MLAs in Meghalaya, one for each constituency. The names of Meghalaya MLAs are Wailadmi Shylla (Jowai), Charles Marngar (Mawhati), Damanbait Lamare (Umroi), Adelbert Nongrum (North Shillong), Metbah Lyngdoh (Mairang), Brening Sangma (Dalu), Conrad Sangma (South Tura), etc.
Q3. How many BJP MLAs are there in Meghalaya?
There are only 2 BJP MLAs in Meghalaya. The names of the BJP MLAs in Meghalaya and their respective constituencies are Alexander Laloo Hek (Pynthorumkhrah) and Sanbor Shullai (South Shillong). The BJP is a part of the MDA alliance in Meghalaya.
Q4. Who is the richest MLA in Meghalaya?
The richest MLA in Meghalaya is Metbah Lyngdoh, the MLA of Mairang and the Speaker of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly. In the last five years, the declared assets of Lyngdoh have increased from ₹87.26 crores in 2018 to ₹146.31 crores in 2023.
Q5. Where can I get the list of MLAs in Meghalaya?
The list of Meghalaya MLAs here, with the names of all elected MLAs, their respective constituencies, and parties. There are a total of 60 MLAs in Meghalaya at present, who were elected during the 2023 Assembly elections.