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Assembly election results: BJP romp home in Nagaland and Tripura, Meghalaya’s fate hangs in balance

Assembly election results: In Tripura and Nagaland, where votes for assembly elections are being counted today, the BJP and its allies appear poised to prevail. With Conrad Sangma’s party leading the pack, Meghalaya appears to be headed for a hung assembly. On 34 of Tripura’s 60 seats, the BJP and its ally IPFT (Indigenous Progressive Front of Tripura) are in the lead. However, the result is 10 points lower than in 2018, when the BJP alone won 36 seats. The IPFT had eight victories.

BJP is currently in the lead

In contrast to Chief Minister Manik Saha’s predictions of a “tsunami,” the BJP is currently in the lead with 28 seats. When questioned about the situation, Mr. Saha responded that the party “will have to reflect on why the results fell short of expectations. The Left, which 35 years ago took control of the state, and its new ally Congress are in the lead with 14 seats, down two.

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Trinamool Congress is in the lead on five seats

In light of the celebrations that have started at the party offices, the BJP, which is in the lead on three seats, seems to have the solution. Ahead of the election, the two parties split over accusations of corruption against Mr. Sangma’s party. Trinamool Congress, a new candidate in Meghalaya, is in the lead on five seats, defying the predictions of exit polls.

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