Itanagar: In the Northeast, BJP has suffered a major setback. Just before voting for Lok Sabha and assembly elections in Arunachal Pradesh, two BJP ministers and six MLAs joined the National People’s Party (NPP) in Meghalaya’s National People’s Party (NPP) on Tuesday. It is interesting that the BJP in the NPP government in Meghalaya is also included. There are two BJP MLAs in Meghalaya.
Home Minister Kumar Y and Tourism Minister Jarkar Gamlin and six MLAs refused to give tickets to the BJP. Yai said that BJP has lost its first reputation in people’s mind by making “false promises”. He said, “We will not fight elections only but we will form NPP government in the state.” Apart from the BJP’s eight MLAs, one MLA from the People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) and 19 other BJP leaders also joined the NPP.
Lok Sabha elections: In the northeast, BJP’s grand alliance against Congress, 7 parties came together
Tell you that the two Lok Sabha seats of Arunachal Pradesh and 60 Assembly seats will be cast on April 11. In the 2014 assembly elections, the Congress won 42 out of 60 seats. Later, many legislators left the party and BJP led by Pema Khandu formed the government.