Chief Ministers of Manipur (1963-2022):
Manipur General Knowledge: Manipur is a state in India. Imphal is the capital of Manipur. Manipur's neighboring states are: Nagaland to the north and Mizoram to the south, Assam to the west; And in the east it shares its border with Myanmar. Its area is 22,347 km (8,628 sq mi). The literal meaning of Manipur is also 'the land of gems' or 'the land of gems'. The original inhabitants of this place are the people of Meitei tribe, who live in the valley region here.
Their language is Meitilon, which is also called Manipuri language. This language has been added to the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India in 1992 and thus has got the status of a national language. People of Naga and Kuki tribes live in the hilly areas here. Manipuri is considered a sensitive border state.
Quick Info About Chief Ministers of Manipur
|Current Chief Minister||N Biren Singh|
|Political Party||Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)|
|Oath taking date||15th March, 2017|
|First Chief Minister||Mairembam Koireng Singh|
History of Manipur: After the First Anglo-Manipuri War in 1891, this state came under British rule. Many heroes sacrificed their lives in this war. After the British captured Imphal, Crown Prince Tekendrajit and General Thangal were hanged. After India's independence in 1947, the Manipur Constitution Act was enacted, so that a democratic government could be formed in the state.
Manipur got full statehood on 21 January 1972. The capital of Manipur is Imphal. This entire part is hilly. The climate is warm and humid and the annual rainfall averages 65 inches. About 60 tribes of Naga and Kuki caste live here. The people here are very proficient in music and art. Although many dialects are spoken here. The production of tea is prominent on the hill slopes and paddy in the valleys. From here a road leads to Burma.
Chief Minister of Manipur: The current Chief Minister of Manipur is N Biren Singh. N Biren Singh was appointed as the Chief Minister of Manipur on 15 March 2017. After independence, the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed in Manipur for the first time. Mairembam Koireng Singh was the first Chief Minister of Manipur. The Chief Minister is the head of the government of any state in the Republic of India.
The legislators, who are democratically elected after the electoral process, elect their leader, who is appointed by the Governor to the post of Chief Minister. If we talk about Manipur, then you can read the list of Chief Ministers of this state from 1963 till now.
List of Chief Ministers of Manipur from 1963 to 2021:
|Name of the Chief Minister||Post||Office Free||Political Party|
|Mairembam Koireng Singh||01 July 1963||11 January 1967||Congress|
President's Rule (January 12, 1967 to March 19, 1967)
|Mairembam Koireng Singh||March 20, 1967||October 04, 1967||Congress|
|Longjam Thambou Singh||October 13, 1967||October 24, 1967||Manipur United Front|
President's Rule (October 25, 1967 to February 18, 1968)
|Mairembam Koireng Singh||19 February 1968||16 October 1969||Congress|
President's Rule (October 17, 1969 to March 22, 1972)
|Mohd Alimuddin||March 23, 1972||March 27, 1973||MPP|
President's Rule (28 March 1973 to 03 March 1974)
|Mohd Alimuddin||04 March, 1974||09 July, 1974||MPP|
|Yangmasho Shaiza||July 10, 1974||December 05, 1974||MHU|
|Rajkumar Dorendra Singh||06 December 1974||15 May 1977||Congress|
President's Rule (May 16, 1977 to June 28, 1977)
|Yangmasho Shaiza||June 29, 1977||November 13, 1979||JNP|
President's Rule (14 November 1979 to 13 January 1980)
|Rajkumar Dorendra Singh||14 January 1980||26 November 1980||Congress|
|Rishang Qishing||27 November 1980||27 February 1981||Congress|
President's Rule (28 February 1981 to 18 June 1981)
|Rishang Qishing||June 19, 1981||March 3, 1988||INC (I)|
|Rajkumar Jaichandra Singh||04 March 1988||22 February 1990||Congress|
|Rajkumar Ranbir Singh||23 February 1990||06 January 1992||MRP|
President's Rule (07 January 1992 to 07 April 1992)
|Rajkumar Dorendra Singh||April 08, 1992||April 10, 1993||Congress|
President's Rule (December 31, 1993 to December 13, 1994)
|Rishang Qishing||December 14, 1994||December 15, 1997||Congress|
|Wahengbum Nipamacha Singh||December 16, 1997||February 14, 2001||MSCP|
|Radhabinod Koijam||February 15, 2001||June 1, 2001||SAP|
President's Rule (June 02, 2001 to March 06, 2002)
|Okram Ibobi Singh||March 07, 2002||March 01, 2007||Congress|
|Okram Ibobi Singh||March 02, 2007||March 13, 2012||Congress|
|Okram Ibobi Singh||March 14, 2012||March 14, 2017||Congress|
|N Biren Singh||March 15, 2017||Currently||Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)|