He did not contest re-election at the time of the formation of the 9th Lok Sabha but did regain his seat in 1991 at the commencement of the 10th Lok Sabha. Sangma was expelled from the Congress on , along with Sharad Pawar and Tariq Anwar, for raising the banner of revolt against Sonia Gandhi over the fact that she was a foreign-born citizen. Sangma created a split in the NCP after Sharad Pawar became close to the NCP's former rival, Sonia Gandhi.Sangma along with Pawar and Anwar wanted a native-born citizen to be projected as the Prime Ministerial candidate. After losing a battle for the NCP election symbol, Sangma later merged his faction with Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress, forming the Nationalist Trinamool Congress.After the final results were published, Mukherjee secured 7,13,424 value of votes, while P. Sangma subsequently accused the President-elect of graft. He lost his father when he was 11 and had to quit studies due to poverty.Sangma was born on 1 September 1947 in Chapahati, a village in the erstwhile Garo Hills district of Assam (in present-day West Garo Hills, Meghalaya), to Dipchon Ch. He was helped to return to school by a Salesian Father Giovanni Battista Busolin.
Vietsub Cô hàng xóm dâm đãng sau lần đầu tiên bị anh hàng xóm cưỡng hiếp kể từ đó trở đi cô trở thành 1 người phụ nữ dâm đãng khi luôn tự sướng ở nhà đêm hôm còn sang gọi cửa hàng xóm để đụ về ở dưới đã ướt hết rồi.
On 22 July 2012, Pranab Mukherjee was declared the victor over P. Sangma, crossing the half-way mark of 525,140 votes after votes in half the states had been tallied.
While securing the requires quota, Mukherjee secured 558,194 votes to Sangma's 239,966. The Returning Officer for the Election, and the Secretary General of the Rajya Sabha, Vivek Agnihotri, then declared Mukherjee to be elected as President of India.
He resigned from his Lok Sabha seat on 10 October 2005 as a member of AITMC/TMC, and was re-elected as an NCP candidate in February 2006.
In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections, Sangma was one of two NTC MPs elected.