Radhabinod Koijam

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Radhabinod Koijam
18th Chief Minister of Manipur
In office
15 February 2001 – 1 June 2001
Preceded by Wahengbam Nipamacha Singh
Succeeded by Okram Ibobi Singh
Personal details
Born Imphal, India
Political party Nationalist Congress Party
Occupation Politician
Religion Hindu

Radhabinod Koijam is a politician from Manipur, India. He is the president of the Nationalist Congress Party in Manipur.[1] In 2007 he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Manipur, as the Nationalist Congress Party candidate in the constituency Thangmeiband.[2]

Chief Minister[edit]

Koijam was sworn in as Chief Minister of Manipur on 15 February 2001.[3] The government was however, short-lived. The coalition he was leading fell in May the same year.[4][5]

Assembly election results[edit]

Year Party % Result
2007 Nationalist Congress Party Winner
2002 Samata Party 29.30% 2nd place
2000 Indian National Congress 33.43 Winner
1995 Indian National Congress 46.16 Winner
1990 Indian National Congress 39.10 2nd place
1984 Indian National Congress 44.73 Winner
1980 Independent 22.64 Winner

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