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lTwo former HNLC member-Banteidor Lyngdoh and James Sylliang have won from their respective seats in KHADC. Lyngdoh, who contested from Congress, won the Mawkyrew constituency, while Sylliang who contested as an independent candidate won the Mawhati seat.It may be mentioned that Lyngdoh had unsuccessfully contested from Mawkynrew constituency in the last Assembly election as an independent candidate.

lNPP drew blank in this election. The party fielded one candidate from Mawsynram constituency under KHADC.

lThe highest victory margin in the KHADC is of Congress candidate from Jirang Victor Ranee who defeated his nearest opponent Nosi Lyngdoh (HSPDP) by a margin of 7219 votes while the lowest victory margin is of HSPDP candidate from Nongshen Grace Mary Kharpuri who defeated her nearest opponent Congress candidate Anthony Kongwang by a margin of 453 votes.

lThe highest victory margin in the JHADC is of UDP candidate from Moonlight Pariat who defeated his nearest rival Congress candidate Dunno Nongpluh by a margin 122 votes while the lowest victory margin is of sitting legisaltor and independent candidate from War East Stephanson Mukhim who defeated former JHADC CEM and Congress candidate Lamdibok Sumer by a margin of only 11 votes.

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