BJP to go ‘solo’ in Meghalaya polls, retains Nagaland ally | India News

GUWAHATI: BJP finally decided to break the Meghalaya alliance on Thursday, giving up CM Conrad Sangma‘S NPP and three others will “go it alone” in next month’s elections while retaining the executive power nagaland allies even when arranging Tripura to crystallize, report Prabin Kalita.
“There will be no pre-election coalition in Meghalaya. We will go alone,” Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said after a series of meetings with the top leadership of the BJP and NDPP in New Delhi to set the stage for elections in three states, 60 seats each.
OnNagaland, Sarma, BJP northeast strategist, said: “The sharing of seats between the BJP and the NDPP has been completed and (it) is the same as in 2018. The BJP will contest the 20 seats and the NDPP the remaining 40 seats. The BJP has also pegged candidates for its part. 20 seats today. “
At Meghalaya, this time the BJP aims to have its own CM and compete for all seats. In Tripura, where the tribal-based IPFT has decided to cut ties with the ruling BJP, the contours of a new coalition are still taking shape.


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