Two exit poles have claimed the victory of BJP in Tripura. In the exit poll, two other states of the North-east of Meghalaya and Nagaland have also shown strong position in BJP.
Janaki-Bat-NewsX has conjectured that the BJP and the IPF alliance can win 35 to 45 seats in Tripura. Its vote share is estimated to be 51 percent. On the other hand, Axismindia has projected BJP-IPF alliance to get between 44 and 50 seats. According to this, the coalition is expected to get 46 percent of the votes, while others can get 0 to 3 seats.
Exit poll, in Tripura, the Left Front government with 14 per cent of the vote share with 46 per cent, whereas Axismindia has estimated to get 9 to 15 seats with 40 per cent votes. In another exit poll of C Voter, Tripura has shown a collision of the BJP and the Left Front with a fork.
While the CPI (M) is giving 26 to 34 seats with 44.3 per cent votes, the BJP and its allies have projected 24 to 32 seats with 42.8 per cent votes. C. Voter has conveyed the congressional victory to just 2 seats.
In Meghalaya, where Congress is in power, Janaki-Bat-NewsX has given NPP 23 to 27 seats, while the BJP is expected to get 8 to 12 seats. While NPP’s vote share is 39 percent, BJP’s vote share is 12 percent. Here the Congress has been projected to get 13 to 17 seats.
There is a possibility of forming a government of BJP and NDPP coalition in Nagaland, according to Janakiabad-NewsX. Here the coalition is expected to get 27 to 32 seats with 48 percent vote share. At the same time, the ruling NPF has been projected to get 20 to 25 seats with 42 percent votes.