Perhaps this will be the first time in the last several decades when the BJP and Left are contesting for the first time in a state assembly elections. In Tripura, where the Left coalition had fielded candidates in all 59 seats, the BJP contested itself in 50 seats and left nine seats for its affiliate Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura. In the trends of 59 seats that have come so far, the BJP is leading in 41 seats, the Left holding the power for the last 25 years is going on in 18 seats.
Due to the demise of the MCP candidate, the election of reserved seat Chalilam was postponed, which will be held on March 12. On February 18, more than 92 percent of the voters cast their votes in 59 out of 60 assembly constituencies, making a record in the country’s electoral history. It is almost certain that the trends are transformed into conclusions. This is historic for the BJP, which has not been able to open an account in the 2013 elections, has devastated the left-handed government over power for the last 25 years.