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North East Assembly Elections 2018 Live: Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland Results Today, Parties on Hunt for Post-poll Allies

North East Assembly Elections 2018 Live: Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland Results Today, Parties on Hunt for Post-poll Allies: – This results of Assembly elections which are coming out from the 3 north-eastern states which went to the polls in the last month of February — Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland — and this election result of the North East is set to release on this Saturday, 3rd March 2018.

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Afterward, these crucial election results come out, the political parties in Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland were chalking strategies to counterfeit a post-poll alliance and if the result will not come as the desirable.

All these 3 states have 60-member assemblies each but elections took place in the 59. A party or coalition required more than 30 legislators in order to form the government.

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In Tripura, the main contest is likely to take place between the ruling Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and both political parties are tied up with the Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT).

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The Congress, one of the most important forces till a few years ago, is improbable to appear and arrived as the principle opposition.

On the other hand, the exit poll predicted victory for the BJP alliance, which can mark the ending of the 25-year run of the Left Front in the North East, another important guesses and calculation said that there was a close fight took place between the two parties at any rate.

In Meghalaya, no party, not even the Congress ever managed to win a record 29 seats in the last Assembly polls, which also said to be received of the majority seats. The BJP expected to arrive in the power with help from the National People’s Party (NPP) that is all set to win around 20 seats.

However, the Conrad Kongkal Sangma-led party did not join into a pre-poll alliance with the BJP, the two are understood to joined into an understanding with each other which seems to form the government in Meghalaya.

The saffron party had no MLA anyway in the in the last polls.

The BJP, in Nagaland, avoided it’s over a-decade-and-a-half old ally NPF which marks the joined forces with newly floated Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP).

Each exit polls have said as per expectation that, literally, very akin result and given BJP+ between 27-32 seats, Naga People’s Front (NPF) 20-25 seats and Congress between 0-2 seats had been seen.

Both the NDPP-BJP alliance and the ruling NPF showcased their confidence about winning the elections. The ruling party has kept this alternative open to tie-ups with NPP, JD (U) and Independents to cross the figure of 30.