Assembly Elections: Jairam Ramesh surrounds '3S' regarding the new government in Meghalaya, Himanta Sarma takes a jibe at Congress
The Congress leader said that contesting the separate elections was a well-planned game. Let us inform that Congress leaders had earlier attacked PM Modi's speech against NPP in Meghalaya.
There has been a war of words between the BJP and the Congress over the election results of the northeastern states. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma took a jibe at the Congress party. Sarma took a jibe at Congress leader Jairam Ramesh for tweeting about the "victory" of the Congress. Sarma said that despite these circumstances, everyone should appreciate the "ability of the Congress to live in the dark". On the other hand, Jairam Ramesh has targeted 3S.
Actually, in his tweet, Ramesh had tweeted about the victory of the Congress in the by-elections held in various states of the country. Ramesh tweeted that according to today's assembly election results, Congress won Kasba Peth seat in Maharashtra after 33 years, Sagardighi seat in West Bengal after 51 years, Congress in Tripura from 0 seats to 5, Meghalaya from 21 seats. Despite the hijack of MLAs, it has won 5 seats and also won the Tamil Nadu by-elections.
Congress leader Jairam targeted BJP over its post-poll alliance in Meghalaya. Ramesh said that the game of NPP and BJP has come to the fore. He said that this game was of '3S' Shah, Sarma and Sangma. The Congress leader said that contesting the separate elections was a well-planned game. Let us inform that Congress leaders had earlier attacked PM Modi's speech against NPP in Meghalaya.
BJP has become the single largest party in Tripura with 32 seats. In Nagaland, the BJP along with the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) won 37 seats, while the National People's Party (NPP) emerged as the single largest party in Meghalaya with 26 seats. Here no party could get majority on its own, but now NPP can go with BJP.