nagaland election: Too few seats for BJP in Nagaland spark protest

The BJP in Nagaland is going through a problem as native leaders rush to shop for birthday party tickets for the impending elections. Aggravated supporters expressed their indignation out of doors the place of abode of Deputy Leader Minister I. Patton.

Supporters of the BJP candidate stuffed the place of abode in Dimapur of the chief of the BJP legislative birthday party, I. Patton, and staged a protest motion. BJP State President Imna Aong was once maintaining a gathering with Patton when supporters arrived. The ruling Nationalist Democratic Modern Birthday party (NDPP) and the BDP have reached an settlement at the department of seats: the NDPP will compete for 40 seats and the BDP for 20 seats. Balloting for 60 seats will happen on February 27.

Probably the most supporters are unsatisfied as a result of they would like the BJP to say no less than 25-30 seats. A senior chief of the state-run BJP, who didn’t need to be named, informed ET: “We’ve got conveyed the discontent of the employees to the central management. 2018 meeting polls.

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