Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland exit polls: Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland are the primary states to go to the polls this yr and the ruling and opposition events, and political pundits have a eager eye on the outcomes. Although the three states will solely get a brand new authorities on March 2, the exit polls, which can be declared at the moment after 7 pm, can be intently noticed by the contesting events.
While the BJP goals to consolidate its place within the Northeast, it’s positively taking a look at a stiff struggle from the regional powers. Tripura, in 2018, had seen a serious shift in its political construction because the BJP besieged the Left bastion, successful 44 of the 60 Assembly seats. However, this yr, the get together is dealing with stiff resistance from Pradyot Debbarma-led Tipra Motha, which enjoys assist among the many tribals.
In Meghalaya, the struggle continues to be a four-cornered contest. In the final Assembly polls, though the Congress had emerged because the single-largest get together successful 21 seats, Conrad Sangma-led National People’s Party, which had received 20 seats, had managed to type the federal government following an alliance with the BJP. However, this time, with no pre-poll alliance in place, the Congress, BJP, NPP and TMC wish to win a majority on their very own. In Nagaland, CM Neiphiu Rio, whose NDPP had shaped the federal government following an alliance with the BJP in 2018, has renewed its ties with the saffron get together. The Naga People’s Front (NPF), which had emerged because the single-largest get together within the final Assembly polls faces a troublesome election as lots of its leaders have since stop to affix NDPP