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Northeast elections 2018 results, BJP sweeps Tripura, Leading on Nagaland, Congress at high on Meghalaya

Northeast elections 2018 results, BJP sweeps Tripura, Leading on Nagaland, Congress at high on  Meghalaya
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Counting of votes has begun at 8 am in the three northeast states – Nagaland, Meghalaya and Tripura. The results of the important-stakes assembly elections in the three states will be known later today. The BJP is looking to take all the three northeast states, confident of its completion after its two successive victories in Assam and Manipur in the last two years. Tripura has a Left Front government under Chief Minister Manik Sarkar; the Congress led by Chief Minister Mukul Sangma is in power in Meghalaya, and in Nagaland, the Naga People’s Front is working with BJP’s support. But all these could switch today, depending on which party gets the most public support to form the government in the three states. Some of the main candidates to watch for are Mukul Sangma (Meghalaya), Biplab Kumar Deb (Tripura), Agatha Sangma (Meghalaya),  Manik Sarkar (Tripura), Neiphiu Rio (Nagaland), and TR Zeliang (Nagaland).

State and Parties Tripura                                                                                                  BJP+                           15 Meghalaya                                              NPP                     15 Nagaland                                              BJP+                  12
1 Left                           5  Congress             13 NPF+                       9
2 Congress                          o BJP                        1 Congress                      0
3 Others                             0 UDP+                   6 Others                        1
4 Awaited                            0 Others                    5 Awaited                       0

Here is the Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland Live Election Results

3:30 pm-

2:55 pm- Central Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said–“Entire Northeast is now with BJP, A CPM leader targeted Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). “We have already complained. The Election Commission is answerable,” said CPM leader Suneet Chopra. Biplab Kumar Dev, a 48-year-old former gym instructor, is emerging as the BJP’s top pick for chief minister.

 

1:15 pm- Congress wins 6 seats in the Meghalaya, and leading on 17 seats of Meghalaya. In Tripura, BJP is leading on 40 seats and till 1 pm they win only one seat in Tripura.

12:55 pm- Meghalaya Chief Minister and Congress candidate Mukul Sangma win from both Ampati and Songsok constituencies, Election Commission sources say.

12:30 pm- The BJP is set to end the two-decade run of the CPM’s Manik Sarkar as Tripura Chief Minister. The party and its new regional partner Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party have also pulled ahead in Nagaland and will form the government if they hold on to current leads. In Meghalaya, the ruling Congress is leading but could fall short of a majority and is scrambling to try and ensure that the BJP does not manage to gather regional allies for a post-poll alliance to form the government.

11:40 am- Radhika Khera, Congress said, “We will retain Meghalaya. Development politics will win, divisive politics of the BJP will lose.”

11:20 am- First time in Tripura, when BJP is getting 2/3 voting percent in the leftist region. BJP is now leading on 39 seats, while CPM is stipped only on 20 seats. On the other side, Congress is leading on 23 seats of Meghalaya, they are just 8 seats away from presenting the challenge of government.

11:06 am- “It will be a landslide victory. After one hour it will prove to be a tsunami. We will form the government with the two-thirds majority.”

10:55 am- This is the full list of candidates and constituency where they are leading and trailing.

Constituency Candidate Party Status
Asharambari Mevar K Jamatia IPFT Gains
Kalyanpur -Pramodenagar Pinaki Das Choudhary BJP Gains
Teliamura Kalyani Roy BJP Gains
Krishnapur Atul Debbarma BJP Gains
Bagma Ram P Jamatia BJP Gains
Radhakishorepur Pranjit S Roy BJP Gains
Matarbari Madhab C Saha CPM Holds
Kakraban-Salgarah Ratan Kumar Bhowmick CPM Holds
Rajnagar Suhana Das CPM Holds
Belonia Basudev Majumder CPM Holds
Santirbazar Mandira Reang CPI Holds
Hrishyamukh Badal Choudhary CPM Holds
Jolaibari Ankya M Chaudhuri BJP Gains
Manu Pravat Chowdhury CPM Holds
Sabroom Sankar Roy BJP Gains
Ampinagar Daniel Jamatia CPM Holds
Amarpur Ranjit Das BJP Gains
Karbook Burba M Tripura BJP Gains
Raima Valley Lalit M Tripura CPM Holds
Kamalpur Manoj K Deb BJP Gains
Surma Ashish Das BJP Gains
Ambassa Parimal Debbarma BJP Gains
Karamchhara Diba Chandra Hrangkhawl BJP Gains
Chhawmanu Sambhu L Chakma BJP Gains
Pabiachhara Bhagaban Das BJP Gains
Fatikroy Tunbala Malakar CPM Holds
Chandipur Tapan Chakraborti CPM Holds
Kailasahar Moboshar Ali CPM Gains
Kadamtala-Kurti Islam Uddin CPM Holds
Bagbassa Bijita Nath CPM Holds
Dharmanagar Abhijit De CPM Gains
Jubarajnagar Ramendra C Debnath CPM Holds
Panisagar Binay Bhushan Das BJP Gains
Pencharthal Santana Chakma BJP Gains
Kanchanpur Prem K Reang IPFT Gains
Simna Pranab Debbarma CPM Holds
Mohanpur Ratan Lal Nath BJP Gains
Bamutia Haricharan Sarkar CPM Holds
Barjala Dilip Kumar Das BJP Gains
Khayerpur Ratan Chakraborty BJP Gains
Agartala Sudip Roy Barman BJP Gains
Ramnagar Surajit Datta BJP Gains
Town Bordowali Ashish Kumar Saha BJP Gains
Banamalipur Biplab Deb BJP Gains
Majlishpur Sushanta Chowdhury BJP Gains
Mandaibazar Dhirendra Deb Barma IPFT Gains
Takarjala N C Debbarma IPFT Gains
Pratapgarh Rebati Mohan Das BJP Gains
Badharghat Dilip Sarkar BJP Gains
Kamalasagar Narayan C Chowdhuri CPM Holds
Bishalgarh Bhanulal Saha CPM Holds
Golaghati Birendra K Debbarma BJP Gains
Suryamaninagar Ram Prasad Paul BJP Gains
Boxanagar Sahid Choudhari CPM Holds
Nalchar Subash C Das BJP Gains
Sonamura Shymal Chakraborty CPM Holds
Dhanpur Manik Sarkar CPM Holds
Ramchandraghat Prasanta Debbarma IPFT Gains
Khowai Nirmal Biswas CPM Holds

10:52 am-

Tripura Election result

Image source-ANI Official Twitter Account

10:45 pm- BJP Home Affairs MoS Kiren Rijiju has said that the BJP, UDP and NPP will together form the government in Meghalaya.

10:30 pm- Nagaland CM TR Zeliang of the Naga People’s Front leading NDPP’s Iherie Ndang by 954 votes in Peren seat

9:46 pm- Meghalaya Results 2013 Congress 29 UDP 8 HSPDP 4 NPP 2 GNC 1 Independents 13 NESDP 1 NCP 2 BJP 0

9:45 pm- Nagaland 2013 assembly election results, NPF 38, Congress 8, Independent 8, NCP 4, JD(United) 1 BJP 1

9:35 pm- CPM completed the target of 31 seats to make the government in Tripura, Which means if they continued their lead till 10 am, Manik Sarkar, will continue his journey as a chief minister of Tripura

9:33 pm- In Meghalaya, chief minister Mukul Sangma, Agatha Sangma and James Sangma are leading from their constituencies. BJP’s Donkupar Roy is ahead in Shella and Alexander Laloo Hek, a former member of the Congress who then shifted to BJP, is leading in Pynthorumkhrah

9:20 pm- now the states are Left are four seats away from to make the government in Tripura again.

9:10 pm- The BJP and the ruling party CPM are neck and neck in very early rounds of counting of votes in Tripura; the BJP hopes to end the two-decade run of the Left party’s Manik Sarkar as chief minister. Now he is leading in 26+ in this CPM ruling state. We can see a perfect opposition here.

9:00 pm- Manik Sarkar is leading on his ruling state, Congress and NPP are a tough contender for each other in Meghalaya, Other is leading on 10, which means a third-front government might be possible. NPPF+ is leading on Nagaland over nine seats.

8:20 pm- Manik Sarkar’s party is leading in 14 seats while BJP is on Number.2. Very Crucial elections for Left parties. In Meghalaya, Congress is leading on four seats, while others are on three seats. NDPP+ is leading on Nagaland.

About the author

Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia is an Sports and Political Writer at Newsfolo. He has been working as a Journalist for 2 years and has previously worked at Sportsflu, Times Internet. He covers the ruling BJP Government, civic bodies and politics in India and also covers latest Sports News .He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad and went on to study Journalism at Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Delhi. He can be reached at: [email protected], you can also follow him on twitter @chiraglohia2

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