Guwahati: Assam CM and Neda organizer Himanta Biswa Sarma said the BJP alone will form the next government in Manipur, where polls are expected to be held in March, and said the BJP is there to stay in the northeast and his electoral victories between 2016 and 2019 were not a one-off performance.
Sarma’s prediction on Manipur indicates that the BJP is in line with allied NPP leader and Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma and his party will stand alone in the election. The other major ally, NPF, has not made any announcements on the continuation of the alliance with the BJP so far.
He said the NDA’s victories in the seven northeastern states from 2016 to 2019 were not a one-off performance and that the same governments will be retained in the six states where elections are scheduled until 2024, at start with Manipur, which will be followed by elections in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura together in early 2023 and Mizoram towards the end of the same year. Arunachal Pradesh will go to the polls with the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.
“My own assessment is that after five consecutive years all the governments of all the northeastern states will be retained. This is the second BJP government in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. In Manipur, this time we will form a government on our own. The last time it was a grand coalition, but this time I am convinced that there will be good BJP government in Manipur, ”Sarma said.
He added, “In Nagaland, Mizoram and Meghalaya, we will also see a stronger NDA and a stronger BJP after the next elections in the states. In Tripura too, we will rehearse, ”Sarma said.
“Finally, it will be established that winning the northeast was not one of those opportunities. The BJP came to stay here in the northeast and that will be proven after this round of elections, ”he added.
“The BJP will form the next government in Manipur, which will go to the polls alone in March, alluding to the disintegration of the current alliance. He said the BJP is here to stay in the northeast and stronger and that the NDA will retain the six states where elections are scheduled until 2024 with a stronger BJP
The BJP formed its first government in northeast Arunachal Pradesh in 2003, but it was thanks to a massive defection led by Gegong Apang. The first elected government of the Saffron party was in 2016 in Assam through a coalition in which Sarma played the most important role. He then sewn up a five-party coalition in Manipur to form the first government in 2017, followed by similar feats in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura.
“Political history was set in Assam last year when the BJP-led coalition became the only non-congressional government to retain power for the second consecutive term in the state,” he said. -he declares.
He added that the BJP’s rise to power in Assam has kept Ajmal in limbo. “If the BJP had not formed the government of Assam, Ajmal Saab would have been the chief minister. But in 30 years, we could be heading towards that, ”he said.
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