Arunachal Pradesh Vidhansabha Chunav 2024: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has been elected unopposed in the assembly elections. Along with Chief Minister Pema Khandu, four other BJP candidates have been elected unopposed as MLAs. On the last day of filing nomination, no other candidate filed nomination from their assembly seat, after which these BJP candidates were declared elected unopposed.

Let us tell you that assembly elections in Arunachal Pradesh and elections for two Lok Sabha seats will be held simultaneously. Voting for the 60-member Assembly and two Lok Sabha constituencies (Arunachal West and Arunachal East) will be held on April 19. The counting of votes for the assembly elections will take place on June 2, while the results of the Lok Sabha elections will be declared on June 4.

These BJP candidates were declared MLAs unopposed

  1. Pema Khandu was elected unopposed from Mukto (ST) assembly constituency.
  2. Muchhu Meethi was elected unopposed from the Roing (ST) assembly constituency.
  3. Nyato Dukam was elected unopposed from Taliha (ST) assembly constituency.
  4. Jikke Taako was elected unopposed from the Tali (ST) assembly constituency.
  5. er. Ratu Techi was elected unopposed from the Sagali (ST) assembly constituency.

What Kiren Rijiju said: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju stated this. He said that Arunachal Pradesh is at the forefront of showing the mood of the country. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju wrote in a post on the social media platform Have done. 15 Mr. Ratu Techi from Sagali Assembly Constituency, 20 Mr. Jikke Tako from Tali Assembly Constituency, 23 Mr. Nyato Dukom from Taliha Assembly Constituency 43 Mr. Muchu Mithi from Roing Assembly Constituency.