Nagaland MLA List includes the 60 members of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly who were recently elected in 2023. Nagaland has a unicameral legislature in which all members are elected from single-seat constituencies through the adult franchise. The meeting place of Nagaland MLAs is the Nagaland Legislative Assembly, Kohima.
The 14th Nagaland Legislative Assembly was constituted in February 2023 with 60 elected members. Find the names and other details of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly members in the Nagaland MLA List shared here.
MLA in Nagaland
All MLAs in Nagaland are elected directly by the people from single-seat constituencies. The last Assembly elections in Nagaland were held in February 2023 in which NDPP won the majority seats and formed the government in coalition with BJP. Nagaland MLAs are responsible for carrying out the following jobs.
- Looking after the administration of their respective constituencies.
- Overlooking the situation of law and order in their region.
- Representing their constituencies in the state Legislative Assembly.
Nagaland MLA List (2023–2028)
There are 60 MLAs in Nagaland, one for each constituency. We have shared the names of all MLAs along with the names of their respective constituencies and parties in the Nagaland MLA List shared here.
Nagaland MLA Name
C. Manpon Konyak
G. Kaito Aye
B. Bangtick Phom
C. Kipili Sangtam
K. T. Sukhalu
C. L. John
P. Paiwang Konyak
W. Chingang Konyak
A Nyamnyei Konyak
Y Mankhao Konyak
Y. Lima Onen Chang
S. Toiho Yeptho
Z. Nyusietho Nyuthe
H. Tovihoto Ayemi
Benei M Lamthiu
Y Mhonbemo Humtsoe
Imkong L Imchen
Dr Tseilhoutuo Rhutso (dr Ato)
A Pongshi Phom
Dr Sukhato A Sema
K. G. Kenye
S. Kiusumew Yimchunger
Women MLAs in Nagaland
In the 2023 Assembly elections in Nagaland, two women MLAs won the election for the first time. Both the MLAs are from the NDPP (Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party). Here are some more details about the first women MLAs in Nagaland.
- The names of the two women MLAs are Hekani Jakhalu and Salhoutuonuo Kruse.
- While Hekani Jakhalu won the Dimapur-III seat, Salhoutuonuo Kruse won the seat for Western Angami.
- Both the Nagaland MLAs have made history by winning the elections as women candidates in Nagaland.
Nagaland MLAs: Party-Wise
The NDPP is the ruling party in Nagaland, which formed a coalition with BJP after the Assembly elections in 2023. Here, we have shared the complete party-wise distribution of MLA seats in Nagaland.
Nagaland MLA Seats
Out of the total political parties in the Assembly, only NPF (Naga People’s Front) is the opposition party. The NPF has only two Nagaland MLAs, Küzholuzo Nienu from the Phek constituency and Achumbemo Kikon from the Bhandari constituency.
FAQs on Nagaland MLA
Q1. How many MLAs are there in Nagaland?
There are a total of 60 MLAs in Nagaland, who were elected in February 2023 during the state’s Assembly elections. The majority of the Nagaland MLAs are from the NDPP (25), followed by BJP (12). Together, NDPP and BJP formed the NDA government in Nagaland after the elections.
Q2. Who is the MLA in Nagaland?
The MLAs in Nagaland are C. Manpon Konyak (Aboi), B. Bangtick Phom (Tamlu), K. T. Sukhalu (Zunheboto), Namri Nchang Tenning, Z. Nyuthe (Meluri), TR Zeliang (Peren), K. G. Kenye (Chizami), A. Pangjung Jamir (Tuli), Metsübo Jamir (Mokukchung Town), and others.
Q3. How many BJP MLAs in Nagaland are there?
There are 12 BJP MLAs in Nagaland in total. The BJP MLAs in Nagaland and their constituencies are H. Tovihoto Ayemi, Jacob Zhimomi, Kropol Vitsu, A. Pangjung, Imkong L. Imchen, Temjen Along, Kazheto Kinimi, Yanthungo Patton, P. Konyak, K. Konyak, Sethrongkyu, and P. Chang.
Q4. How many women MLAs are there in Nagaland and what are their names?
There are only 2 women MLAs in Nagaland, who were elected in the 2023 Nagaland Legislative Assembly elections. The names of the first two women MLAs in Nagaland are Hekani Jakhalu and Salhoutuonuo Kruse. Both of them are from the NDPP.
Q5. Where can I get the list of MLAs in Nagaland?
The Nagaland MLA list is shared here with details about the names of all MLAs, their parties, and constituencies. There are a total of 60 MLAs in Nagaland who were elected in the 2023 Assembly elections. The majority of MLAs are from the NDPP.