Sikkim Lok Sabha Election 2024 Result

Here in this article we are going to shed light on the 2024 Lok Sabha election result of Sikkim. Today, the Election Commission of India finally declared the Sikkim Lok Sabha election result for 2024. The election took place on 19th April 2024. As per the outcomes, the (……) party has won by (……) seats. Sikkim has only one constituency, with Sikkim Krantokari Morcha (SKM) and Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) being the major parties that are contesting against each other. According to the data released by the Election Commission of India, the total voter turnout in the Lok Sabha election was 79.88%. Let’s explore the results of the General elections of Sikkim in 2024.


Poll event Phase
Notification Date 20 March
Last Date for filing nomination 27 March
Scrutiny of nomination 28 March
Last Date for withdrawal of nomination 30 March
Date of poll 19 April
Date of counting of votes/Result 4 June 2024
No. of constituencies 1


Result for Sikkim Lok Sabha election 2024:

Indra Hang Subba was contesting from the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha, whereas on behalf of the Sikkim Democratic Front party, Prem Das Rai was contesting. Apart from this, Dinesh Chandra Nepal from the Bharatiya Janata Party and Gopal Chettri from the Indian National Congress also took part in this Lok Sabha Election 2024 as candidates. As declared by the Election Commission of India, (…..) won the Sikkim MP seat with (……) number of votes.


Major parties in Sikkim:

Sikkim is a single constituency. Ideally, two major parties rule in Sikkim. One is the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha, and the other is the Sikkim Democratic Front. Sikkim Krantikari Morcha was established in 2013 and has been the ruling party since 2019. On the other hand, the Sikkim Democratic Front is a regional political party in Sikkim. It had been a ruling party in Sikkim from 12 December 1994 to 23rd May 2019. In the Lok Sabha election of 2019, Sikkim Krantikari Morcha acquired one seat with 47.23% votes, while Sikkim Democratic Front got zero seats with 43.71%  votes. Apart from this, candidates Front Bharatiya Janata Party and Indian National Congress are also taking part.

Sikkim Lok Sabha constituencies and candidates:

Born in West Sikkim, Indra Hang Subba, contesting from Sikkim Krantikari Morcha, is an Indian politician and a research scholar at Sikkim University pursuing his doctorate in physics. He completed his schooling at Hee Yangthang Senior Secondary School and later completed his studies at Sikkim University. He was elected to Lok Sabha ( the lower house of the parliament of India from Sikkim) in the 2019 Indian general election as a member of the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha.


Prem Das Rai, contesting from the Sikkim Democratic Front, is also an Indian politician and the first member of parliament with both IIT and IIM degrees. He did his schooling at wynberg Allen School, Mussoorie, and studied chemical engineering at IIT Kanpur. He was elected as a member of parliament from the Sikkim constituency of Sikkim in the 2009 election and was re-elected in 2014. Whereas in the 2019 Lok Sabha election he could not get the ticket from SDF.



Dinesh Chandra Nepal, contesting on behalf of BJP is a retired government officer. On the other hand Gopal Chhetri is a politician who was appointed as the president of the Sikkim Pradesh Congress Committee.




2019 Sikkim Lok Sabha election results:

In  2019, in Sikkim general elections of Lok Sabha, Sikkim Krantikari Morcha was able to secure a single seat for itself with 47.23% of votes, whereas Sikkim Democratic Front got 43.71% of votes with no seats. The overall voter turnout in Sikkim was 81.43%. Prem Singh Tamang was elected as the chief minister of Sikkim from Sikkim Krantikari Morcha.


The general elections of 2024 have come to an end now. The (….) party is ready to create a government in India. It has secured (….)seats in the Lok Sabha. Soon we are going to witness the oath ceremony of this new government and experience some new changes going to take place in future India.


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