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Congress releases eighth list of candidates for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim Assembly elections; Nabam Tuki fielded from Sagalee

The Congress party released the eighth list of candidates for Arunachal Pradesh  and Sikkim Assembly elections on Saturday. 

Congress releases eighth list of candidates for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim Assembly elections; Nabam Tuki fielded from Sagalee

NEW DELHI: The Congress party released the eighth list of candidates for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim Assembly elections on Saturday. Former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has been fielded from Sagalee constituency. 

The party has announced 32 candidates from Sikkim and 53 candidates from Arunachal Pradesh.

The candidate's name was finalised by Congress Central Election Committee.

Candidates for Sikkim Assembly polls

Yoksam Tashiding (BL): Pema Rinzing Bhutia 
Yangthang: Mangal Subba (Limbu) 
Maneybung Dentam: Dipendra Gurung 
Gyalshing Barnyak: Dal Bahadur Karki 
RCONGhenpong (BL): Phuchung Lepcha 
Daramdin (BL): Passang Gyalchen Sherpa 
Soreng-Chakung: Tej Bdr Rawat 
Salghari-Zoom-SC: Ganga Maya Cintury 
Barfung (BL): Sandup Lepcha 
Poklok -Kamrang: Ishwar Pd. Rai 
Namchi-Singhithang: Kamala Rai 
Melli: Hari Basnett 
Namthang-Rateypani: Sanchaman Chettri 
Temi Namphing: Deepak Kumar Bhandari 
Rangang- Yangang: Tanka Nath Adhikari 
Tumen-Lingi(BL): Sangkit Lepcha 
Khamdong-Singtam: Tula Ram Guragai 
West Pendam-SC: Ranjit Gajmer 
Rhenock: Deo Kumar Pradhan 
Chujachen: Gopal Chettri 
Gnathang Machong (BL): Dorjee Wangdi Bhutia 
Namcheybung: Mingma Dorjee Lama 
Shyari(BL): Chewang Dorjee Bhutia 
Martam-Rumtek(BL): Sonam Tsh Bhutia 
Upper Tadong: Anita Gurung 
Arithang: Sumitra Rai 27 
Gangtok(BL): Snumit Targain 
Upper Burtuk: Aita Tamang 
Kabi Lungchuk (BL): Gyurmik Yauseel Bhutia 
Djongu (BL): Penzong Iepcha 
Lachen Mangan (BL): Thinley Lachungpa 
Sangha:  Karma Tashi Bhutia 

Candidates for Arunachal Pradesh Assembly polls

The party had released the seventh list of 35 candidates for the Lok Sabha election on Friday night. The list includes four seats from Chhattisgarh, three from Jammu and Kashmir, five from Maharashtra, two from Odisha, eight from Tamil Nadu, two from Tripura, and nine from Uttar Pradesh. Also, one seat each from Telangana and Puducherry has been included in the list.