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BJP heading for a big victory in Arunachal Pradesh

Sarojini Bishi

New Delhi: The 2024 Lok Sabha election were held on Saturday and June 1. After the election, assembly counting has started today in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. So let’s take a look at the Arunachal elections, out of the total 60 assembly seats in the state, the BJP has already won unopposed in 10 seats.

Voting for the remaining 50 assembly seats was held on April 19, and counting begins today. Officially, the counting of vote is going on from 6 am as per the predetermined schedule. The results are likely to be declared by the end of the afternoon. That means the fate of 133 candidates will be clear only after two o’clock on the day of the game.

According to the latest information, according to the counting of vote so far, BJP seems to be leading by a good margin. According to the calculations so far, out of the total 60 seats in the state, BJP has won majority in 26 seats, while NCP and other parties are holding power in 10 seats.

Similarly, counting of vote for 323 assembly seats in Sikkim is going on peacefully. Out of the 32 seats, the counting of votes for 27 seats has been completed. Here a particular party needs 17 seats for majority.

As of now, there are indications that SKM (Sikkim Transitional Front) is heading towards a one-sided victory. Similarly, SKM has won 27 seats while ADF is leading in one seat.

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