North-East Regional Political Front

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North-East Regional Political Front
Founded21 October 2013
Political positionCentre-right

The North-East Regional Political Front (NERPF) was a political coalition that was formed on 21 October 2013 by eleven political parties in Northeast India. The motive of the new political front was to protect the interest of the people of the region. Prafulla Kumar Mahanta was appointed as the chief adviser of the front.


The following parties are members of NERPF:

No Party Current No. of MPs Base State Joining Date
1 Naga People's Front 1 Nagaland October 2013
2 National People's Party 1 Meghalaya October 2013
3 Manipur Peoples Party 0 Manipur October 2013
4 Mizo National Front 0 Mizoram October 2013
5 Manipur Democratic People's Front 0 Manipur October 2013
6 People's Party of Arunachal 0 Arunachal Pradesh October 2013
7 Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra 0 Tripura October 2013
8 United Democratic Party 0 Meghalaya October 2013
9 Hill State People's Democratic Party 0 Meghalaya October 2013
10 Asom Gana Parishad 0 Assam October 2013

Support for NDA[edit]

NERPF have pledged their alliance with the NDA for General elections, 2014 to ensure peace and development in the northeastern states.[1]

North East Democratic Alliance[edit]

In 2016, the NERPF was expanded and renamed as North-East Democratic Alliance.

See also[edit]


  1. "Northeast parties stitch alliance with NDA".