"" BJP predicted to win Tripura, Nagaland, and the 5th seat in the Meghalaya

BJP predicted to win Tripura, Nagaland, and the 5th seat in the Meghalaya

 Assembly Election 2023 Results LIVE: The northeastern state assembly elections' vote counting began around eight in the morning. In a three-way race against the combined forces of Left parties, Congress, and Pradyot Debbarma's TIPRA Motha, the BJP will be trying to expand its presence in Meghalaya and Nagaland, where regional parties continue to be more dominant participants. But, it will also be hoping to hold Tripura.

In Tripura, the Bharatiya Janata Party is expected to maintain its hold on power despite an uprising from TIPRA Motha and united forces from the Left parties and Congress. TIPRA Motha had earlier threatened to prevent the saffron party from reaching the majority threshold.

In Meghalaya, the BJP not only stood for office for the first time on all 60 seats (voting for one seat has been delayed due to the death of a candidate), but it also waged a concerted campaign with its bigwigs to increase its influence in the state. The National People's Party and the BJP were partners in the state government. However, the BJP ended their partnership (NPP). Conrad Sangma, the chief minister, has suggested that the two parties might work together once more if the verdict results in another hung assembly. Trinamool Congress has also tried to position itself as a more formidable opponent than Congress.

BJP predicted to win Tripura, Nagaland, and the 5th seat in the Meghalaya

The 60-member assembly of Nagaland's previous administration had the unusual attribute of having no opposition because all parties represented there supported the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party-led administration. The NDPP-BJP coalition is running in the elections again using the 40:20 ratio (40 seats for the NDPP and 20 for the BJP). Twenty-three candidates were running for the Congress, 22 for the Naga People's Front (NPF), 15 for the Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas), and 12 for each Nationalist Congress Party and National People's Party.

Neiphiu Rio, the CM of Nagaland, defeats Northern Angami-II.

The Democratic Progressive Party's Neiphiu Rio, the chief minister of Nagaland, defeated Congressman Seyievilie Sachu in the Northern Angami-II assembly district by 15824 votes.

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