Election Results 2023: Whose head will be crowned, Meghalaya-Tripura-Nagaland results today
Assembly Election Result 2023: Who will hold power in the three northeastern states of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland, it will be decided today. This election is being considered an important milestone before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Because the semi-final is going to be proved for all the parties.
The results of the assembly elections held in February in the three northeastern states of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland will come today. Elections were held in Tripura on 16 February and in Nagaland and Meghalaya on 27 February. The counting of votes started at 8 am. All three states have 60-member assemblies. 31 seats are required for the majority. In Tripura, BJP-IPFT contested together. While for the first time, Congress and the CPI (M) also contested together. Today the counting of votes has started in all three states amid tight security.
Meghalaya Polling was held in 59 seats in the state of 60 assembly seats. A candidate died here. Here 3 thousand 419 polling stations were set up, out of which 120 polling stations are managed by women and 60 models, PWD polling stations are also included. 369 candidates have tried their luck on 59 seats in the state, including 36 women. There are 13 counting centers in all 12 districts and one subdivision. 27 counting observers and 500 micro observers have been deployed for the counting of votes.
There are 60 assembly seats in this state too, but voting took place only on 59 seats. Here a BJP candidate has been elected unopposed. A total of 183 candidates have contested 59 assembly seats. On the other hand, if we talk about counting centers, then 16 counting centers have been set up in the state. A total of 2 thousand 351 booths were made for casting votes.
Tripura also has 60 seats and voting took place on all 60 assembly seats here. 259 candidates have tried their luck in the elections held on these seats. BJP is contesting on 55 seats, IPFT-5, CPIM 43, Congress 13, Tipra Motha 42 and Trinamool Congress 28 seats in the state. Apart from these, there is a total of 20 women candidates in the state, out of which 11 candidates are contesting on BJP tickets.