Gaikhangam Gangmei

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Gaikhangam Gangmei
Parent(s)Late Khangsinglung (Father)

Gaikhangam Gangmei (born 12 November 1950) is an Indian Politician and former Deputy Chief Minister of Manipur, India.[1] He belongs to the Rongmei tribe. Born and brought up from Gaidimjang Khoupum valley.

Gangmei's father is Late Khangsinglung.

History[edit]

  • Elected MLA from 54-Nungba (ST) A/C, 3rd Manipur Legislative Assembly 1980
  • Minister of State -- (Edn., Sw, Arts & Cult.& Sports)1983-1984
  • Elected MLA from 54-Nungba ST-A/C,4th Manipur Legislative Assembly 1984
  • Minister of State (Tribal Dev. & District Council) Manipur (Indep. Charge) 1985- 1988
  • Minister of State, I.F.C.D., Manipur 1988-1990
  • Elected MLA from 54-NUngba (ST) A/C 5th Manipur Legislative Assembly 1990
  • Cabinet Minister, (Forest), Manipur 1992-1993
  • Cabinet Minister, (Agri., Hort. & Soil Cons.) 1994
  • Elected MLA from 54-Nungba (S/T) A/C the 4th term 2002
  • Cabinet Minister, (Works), Manipur 2002-July 2004
  • Cabinet Minister, (Power, HSC, IPR), Manipur 7-2000-Apr 2006
  • Elected President of MPCC 10/9/2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Northeast Diary". The Telegraph (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 2009-04-29.