Mukul Sangma

Mukul Sangma - MLA

Indian National Congress

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Ampati Constituency

Introduction: Ampati is a legislative assembly constituency in Ampatigiri district in the state of  Meghalaya , In...
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Member Type :MLA
Party Name :Indian National Congress
Post :Chief Minister
Term :Meghalaya ( Year 2013)
Constituency :Ampati
Full NameMukul Sangma
Father's NameShri Binoy Bhushan M Marak
Mother's NameLate Roshanara M Sangma
Birth PlaceChengkompara, Ampati in West Garo Hills District
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse NameSmt. Dikanchi D. Shira
No. of Children3
Permanent AddressVillage Chengkompara,P.O. Ampati, Dist. West Garo Hills,Chengkompara
Present AddressUpper Nongrim Hills (Near NEC), Shillong-793001
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Sangma joined active politics in 1993, when he was elected to the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly from Ampatigiri constituency as an independent candidate. He was appointed chairman of the Meghalaya Transport Corporation.[2] He was re-elected to the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly from Ampatigiri constituency in 1998, 2003 and 2008 as an Indian National Congress candidate.
In 2003, he became the home and education minister of the Meghalaya government led by Chief Minister D. D. Lapang. On 11 April 2005, he was appointed the deputy chief minister of Meghalaya. But he was forced to resign on 7 October 2005 after five persons at Williamnagar in East Garo Hills district and four persons at Tura in West Garo Hills district were killed and more than 100 persons were injured in the police and Central Reserve Police Force firing on 30 September 2005, during an agitation against a state-level committee's recommendations on restructuring of the Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE).
On 13 May 2009, he again became the deputy chief minister of the Indian National Congress-led Meghalaya United Alliance (MUA) government in Meghalaya led by Chief Minister D. D. Lapang. After D. D. Lapang resigned on 19 April 2010, he became the Chief Minister of Meghalaya on 20 April 2010.
Cash 1000000
Deposit in Banks, Financial Institutions and Non-Banking Financial Companies 42703295
Bonds, Debentures and shares in companies 955000
Other Financial Instruments NSS, Postal Savings, LIC, Policies etc 11575536
Vehicle 33694000
Jewellery 100000
Other assets, such as values of claims/ interests 80000
Agricultural Land 8570000
Non-Agricultural Land 20350000
Buildings (commercial and residential) 17200000
Others 2000000