BJP won 329 out of 334 seats in Tripura’s municipal elections, PM Modi praised party workers, know what he said.
In Tripura’s prestigious civic polls, the ruling BJP registered a thumping victory, winning 329 out of 334 seats.
The party registered an unprecedented victory in all the 51 seats of the Agartala Municipal Corporation (MMC).
The opposition Trinamool Congress and the Communist Party of India-Marxist could not even open accounts in 11 municipal bodies.
On this victory, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the party workers of the state.
He said that the people of Tripura have given a message that they give priority to the politics of good governance.
Seal on politics of good governance: PM Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that I would like to thank the people of Tripura for their unequivocal support to the BJP in the civic polls.
The people of Tripura have given a clear message that they give priority to the politics of good governance.
These blessings give us more strength to work for the welfare of each and every person in Tripura.
Appreciated the workers.
PM Modi said in another tweet that I would like to appreciate BJP Tripura workers who worked tirelessly on the ground and served the people.
The state government under the leadership of Biplab Deb Ji has been at the forefront of many initiatives, as a result of which the people have duly blessed them.
BJP won 329 out of 334 seats: BJP President.
BJP President JP Nadda said that BJP has got a grand victory in the local body elections in Tripura.
I heartily congratulate Chief Minister Biplab Deb, State BJP President, and BJP workers for this historic victory.
The BJP has registered victory in 329 wards out of the results of 334 wards declared today. In this, BJP had already won 112 seats unopposed.
Target the opposition.
BJP President Nadda said that the opposition has got only five seats in this election. In 11 out of 14 municipal corporations, the BJP has won all the seats.
In three municipal corporations, BJP has won 16 out of 17 seats in Kalia town, 12 out of 13 in Pali Sagar, and 12 out of 15 seats in Ambassa.
BJP won 329 out of 334 seats: The victory of nationalist forces.
In another tweet, the BJP President said that BJP’s historic victory in Tripura’s local body elections is a victory for nationalist forces, a victory for developmental thinking.
At the same time, it is a crushing defeat for the disruptive forces, those who indulge in politics of violence and insult Tripura.
BJP opponents got the answer.
Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has termed the victory as historic and a fitting reply was given by the people of Tripura to the opponents of BJP.
He said that both the majority and minority communities of the state voted in favor of development under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The people have shown the right place to the forces which are defaming the state.
What do the election results say?
State Election Commission officials said that BJP won all the wards of 15-member Khowai Nagar Parishad, 17-member Belonia, 15-member Kumarghat, and nine-member Sabroom Nagar Panchayat.
The party cleaned up the opposition parties in 25-ward Dharmanagar Municipal Council, 15-member Teliyamura, and 13-member Amarpur Nagar Panchayat.
BJP has captured all 13 seats each in Sonamura and Melaghar Nagar Panchayats and 11-member Jirania Nagar Panchayat.
Three seats for CPI(M) and one seat for Trinamool.
BJP won 12 seats in Ambassa Municipal Council, while Trinamool and CPI(M) got one seat each. Another seat went to an independent candidate.
The BJP won 16 seats in the Kailashahar Municipal Council, while the CPI(M) got one. In Panisagar Nagar Panchayat, the BJP won 12 seats, while the CPI(M) won one.
Trinamool got stronger.
According to the media, the Trinamool has emerged as the dominant party in the state.
Sources said that the BJP got 59 percent votes in the civic polls, while the Left got 19.55 percent. Trinamool has also managed to get 16.39 percent votes.
BJP candidates won unopposed on 12 seats.
Municipal elections were very important for the BJP, which came to power in the state with a thumping victory in the year 2018.
The party fielded candidates on all 334 seats in the AMC and 13 other civic bodies and won 112 unopposed.
There were six municipal bodies where all the BJP candidates were elected unopposed. Voting for the remaining 222 seats was held on November 25.
Attack on Trinamool candidates.
After the counting of votes, a police vehicle carrying Trinamool candidates and polling agents to their homes was attacked in Teliyamura.
Some policemen and Trinamool leaders were injured in this. Prohibitory orders have been imposed in the area.