Assembly polls date: Meghalaya BJP discontent Pipa News

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Assembly polls date: Meghalaya BJP discontent
As the date of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly polls has been announced, the state BJP has expressed its displeasure. Meanwhile, other parties have expressed their welcome. As the date of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly polls has been announced, the state BJP has expressed its displeasure. Meanwhile, other parties have expressed their welcome. Elections to Meghalaya and Nagaland Legislative Assemblies will be held on February 27, the Election Commission announced on Wednesday. This has been welcomed by the United Democratic Party, which is part of the ruling National People’s Party-led coalition in Meghalaya, the opposition parties Trinamool Congress and Congress. The parties have announced that they are ready for the election. Although the BJP is part of the ruling coalition in the state, the party is preparing to contest alone. In this regard, BJP state president Ernest Maury said, ‘There is a gap of one and a half months before polling is a long time. This will give the major parties an opportunity to exert their influence over the voters. “BJP is not interested in pre-poll alliance,” he said. It is noteworthy that BJP has only 3 members in the Meghalaya Assembly. In Tripura…: While it has been announced that assembly polls will be held in Tripura on February 16, all the parties including BJP, Marxist-Communist and Congress have said that they are ready for the polls. The BJP is going to contest this election along with its ally Tripura Purvakudi People’s Front. Meanwhile, it is expected that the Marxist Communist Party and the Congress will form an alliance to defeat the BJP. The present strength of Tripura Assembly is 53 with 60 members. There are 33 members for BJP, 4 for Tripura Purvakudi People’s Front, 15 for Marxist Party and 1 for Congress.