BJP To Challenge 20 Seats In Nagaland Political race
New Delhi: The Focal Political race Board of trustees (CEC) of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) reported a rundown of 20 contender for the Nagaland Gathering surveys today.
The party has chosen to handle Party State unit president Temjen Imna Along from the Alongtaki Administrative Gathering supporters.
Aside from Temjen Imna, the party has given passes to H. Tovihoto Ayemi from Dimapur-I; N Jacob Zhimomi from Ghaspani-I (ST); trama center. Kropol Vistu from Southern Angaml-II (ST); Panjung Jamir from Tuli (ST); Imkong L Imchen from Koridang (ST); Kazheto Kinimi from Akuluto (ST); Kahull Sema from Atoizu (ST).
H. Khehovi from Suruhoto (ST); Yanthungo Patton from Tyui (ST) Renbonthung Ezung from Wokha (ST); Mmhonlumo Kikon from Bhandari (ST); P. Paiwang Konyak from Tizit (ST); Konngam Konyak from Phomching (ST); emergency room. Cheong Konyak from Mon Town (ST). S. Pangnyu Phom from Longleng (ST); Sethrongkyu Sangtam from Longkhim Chare (ST); Bashangmongba Chang from Tuensang Sadar-I (ST); H. Haiying from Noklak (ST); from V. Kashiho Sangtam from Seyochung Sitimi (ST).
Prior on Wednesday, the Focal Political race Board of trustees of the Bharatiya Janata Party held a gathering over the impending Meghalaya and Nagaland Get together decisions under the presidentship of Jagat Prakash Nadda.
State head Narendra Modi additionally went to the gathering.
In Nagaland, the party will challenge the surveys in collusion with the Patriot Vote based Moderate Party (NDPP). In Nagaland, BJP will challenge on 20 seats out of 60 seats.
“We will challenge 20 out of 60 seats in Nagaland. The other seats have been given to our collusion accomplice NDPP. We’ll challenge every one of the 60 seats in Meghalaya. Our slogan is ‘M Power Meghalaya’ signifies Modi-controlled Meghalaya and a twofold motor government will be shaped there,” the party said on Thursday.
Deciding in favor of Gathering decisions in Nagaland will be held in a solitary stage on February 27. The outcomes will be proclaimed on Walk 2.