Election results 2023: BJP lead in Nagaland, lead in Tripura. 10 updates
After months of high-pressure campaigns, voting began Thursday for the assembly elections in Tripura – along with the two northeastern states of Meghalaya and Nagaland – where the Bharatiya Janata Party wants to deepen its roots in Tripura (as most exit polls show). predicted its victory), a left bastion captured by the party in 2018.
Early trends show the BJP leading in Tripura as the Left and its ally Congress made a strong start. Chief Minister Manik Saha is leading in the 1st round from Town Portowali constituency.
Of the three states, Tripura’s 60-member state assembly polls promise to be more national than the other two as traditional rivals Congress and the Left have joined hands for the first time to challenge the BJP.
Counting of votes for Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland started at 8 am. “Result trends will start from 8 am on March 2,” says a message on the Election Commission of India’s portal. Postal votes will be counted first, followed by electronic voting machines. The results will be updated on the official website of the Election Commission.
Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland Election Results 2023 Top 10 Points:
1. Early trends in the postal ballot show that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in 39 seats and the Left and its ally Congress in 15 seats in Tripura. Pradyod Teparma’s new entry is TIPRA Motha, successor
Ex-royalty leads in 5 seats. In Agartala constituency, sitting MLA and Congress leader Sudeep Rai Burman is leading BJP’s Babiya Dutta.
2. “Postal vote counting is still going on. There are about 1,200 postal votes in all 60 seats. We expect the counting of postal votes to be over by 10 am. At the same time, we started counting EVMs in all seats at 8:30 am and the details of trends will be available soon after the first round of counting,” said Kiran Kitte, CEO, Tripura.
2. In Meghalaya, early trends suggest that NPP is leading in 18 seats and Trinamool Congress in 12 seats. BJP is leading in 9 seats.
3. In Nagaland NDPP and its allies are leading in 50 seats and NPF in 3 seats. The counting of votes for the three northeastern state assembly elections began amid tight security.
4. Tripura: BJP candidate Surajit Dutta is leading in Ramnagar constituency.
5. Meghalaya: Karo National Council candidate Nikman Marak NPP’s Senjim Sangma is leading in Chokbot constituency. Cherak Momin of TMC is leading NPP’s Rupert Momin in Kargutta. NPP’s Timothy Shira is leading in Rezubelpara. Trinamool Congress’s Rajesh Marak is leading in Ronkara Siju. Congress is leading in Babiyasera constituency. Former chief minister and Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Sangma is leading in Changchak. TMC’s Zenith Sangma, brother of Mukul Sangma, is left behind in Rangsakona. Miani Shira, daughter of Trinamool Congress party Mukul Sangma, is leading in Ambati.
6. Nagaland: NDPP’s K Yhome leads NPF’s K Liezietsu in North Angami-I. NPF’s V Kezo is leading in Pfutsero. RPI (A)’s TY embarrassment leads in Pungro Kifir. BJP’s VK Sangdam is leading in Seosung City. BJP’s PP Chang is leading in Dhunsang Sadar-
7. Tripura voted on 16 February. In this battle between national parties, Dibra Motha, led by Pradyot Deparma, has emerged as an X-factor as its founder dominated a large section of the tribal population. Conventional calculations show that the BJP and its ally Tripura Tribal People’s Front (IPFT) did well in the tribal region in 2018.
8. In the 2018 assembly elections, BJP had won 36 seats and IPFT had won 8 seats. With the IPFT in decline following the death of its founder NC Teparma, the burden of providing a majority rests largely on the shoulders of the BJP, while its two main rivals have united.
9. Meghalaya and Nagaland went to assembly elections on 27 February. While regional parties played a big role in both Meghalaya and Nagaland, the BJP ran a solid campaign with its bigwigs, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. expanding its footprints.