North East Election Results 2018: BJP registers massive victory in Tripura; hung Assembly in Meghlaya [Photos]

BJP registered a massive victory in recently concluded elections in Tripura bagging 43 seats out of 60, replacing 25 years of Left rule. While none of the parties could form majority in Meghalaya and Nagaland

FP Staff March 03, 2018 21:32:28 IST
As the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) registered a massive victory in Tripura, bagging 43 seats out of 60 and replacing 25 years of Left rule, none of the parties could form majority in Meghalaya and Nagaland. PTI
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As the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) registered a massive victory in Tripura, bagging 43 seats out of 60 and replacing 25 years of Left rule, none of the parties could form majority in Meghalaya and Nagaland. PTI
The BJP-Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) alliance captured 35 and eight seats respectively. BJP president Amit Shah said the party's victory in the elections is a victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's politics of development. Reuters
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The BJP-Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) alliance captured 35 and eight seats respectively. BJP president Amit Shah said the party's victory in the elections is a victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's politics of development. Reuters
The BJP which had no MLAs in the outgoing Assembly and had polled just 1.5 percent votes in the 2013 elections, losing deposits in 49 of the 50 constituencies it contested, recorded a scintillating performance securing over 42 percent of votes PTI
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The BJP which had no MLAs in the outgoing Assembly and had polled just 1.5 percent votes in the 2013 elections, losing deposits in 49 of the 50 constituencies it contested, recorded a scintillating performance securing over 42 percent of votes PTI
Meanwhile, Meghalaya produced a hung Assembly with the Congress emerging as the single largest party followed by National People's Party (NPP) and the BJP. PTI
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Meanwhile, Meghalaya produced a hung Assembly with the Congress emerging as the single largest party followed by National People's Party (NPP) and the BJP. PTI
Congress bagged 21 seats in the 60-member Assembly, closely followed by NPP which won 19 seats, while BJP managed to grab two seats. Calling the result as not on the expected lines, Mukul Sangma said that and he would keep his cards close to his chest with regard to the Congress forming government in the state. PTI
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Congress bagged 21 seats in the 60-member Assembly, closely followed by NPP which won 19 seats, while BJP managed to grab two seats. Calling the result as not on the expected lines, Mukul Sangma said that and he would keep his cards close to his chest with regard to the Congress forming government in the state. PTI
In Nagaland, the Naga Peoples Front (NPF) emerged as the single largest party winning 21 seats, while the combined BJP-Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party alliance won 21 seats. Nagaland's chief minister TR Zeliang said that NPF is ready to form a new government in the state with the BJP if it comes forward for a post-poll alliance. PTI
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In Nagaland, the Naga Peoples Front (NPF) emerged as the single largest party winning 21 seats, while the combined BJP-Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party alliance won 21 seats. Nagaland's chief minister TR Zeliang said that NPF is ready to form a new government in the state with the BJP if it comes forward for a post-poll alliance. PTI
Addressing the public meeting at the BJP headquarters in New Delhi, Modi said that the victory was a result of the sacrifices that party workers had made for their political ideologies. PTI
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Addressing the public meeting at the BJP headquarters in New Delhi, Modi said that the victory was a result of the sacrifices that party workers had made for their political ideologies. PTI
BJP has gone from 'No One' to 'No 1', from ‘shunya to shikhar’. Taking a dig at the CPM, the prime minister said that when the sun sets, it is red and when it rises, it is saffron. He furher added that a day after India celebrated Holi, saffron has washed away all the colours. PTI
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BJP has gone from 'No One' to 'No 1', from ‘shunya to shikhar’. Taking a dig at the CPM, the prime minister said that when the sun sets, it is red and when it rises, it is saffron. He furher added that a day after India celebrated Holi, saffron has washed away all the colours. PTI