BJP secures decisive victory in Arunachal Pradesh assembly elections


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has clinched a significant win in the Arunachal Pradesh assembly elections, marking its third consecutive victory in this northeastern state of India. According to the Election Commission of India, the BJP secured a majority by winning 46 out of the 60 available seats. This triumph underscores the party’s continuing dominance in the region’s political landscape.

Election Details and Outcomes

The elections witnessed the BJP winning 36 of the 50 contested seats, with the remaining 10 seats being secured uncontested. This solid performance further solidifies BJP’s governance in Arunachal Pradesh, with Chief Minister Pema Khandu being one of the ten candidates who won unopposed.

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The opposition parties had a modest showing, with the National People’s Party (NPP) securing five seats, the People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) winning two, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) taking three seats, and the Indian National Congress managing only one seat. Additionally, independent candidates Wanglam Sawin, Tenzin Nyima Glow, and Laisam Simai won the Khonsa, Thrizino-Buragaon, and Nampong seats respectively.

BJP wins a resounding victory in Arunachal Pradesh for the third time, securing 46 seats.

BJP wins a resounding victory in Arunachal Pradesh for the third time, securing 46 seats.

Political Reactions to the Results

Chief Minister Pema Khandu expressed his gratitude and congratulations to the winners from his party on social media platform X. He highlighted the hard work and dedication of candidates like Tesam Pongte from Changlang North and Wanglin Lowangdong from Borduria-Bogapani, applauding their commitment to serving the people.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi also celebrated the victory on X, thanking the people of Arunachal Pradesh for their support. He emphasized the state’s endorsement of development politics and assured continued efforts for Arunachal’s growth under BJP’s leadership.

Voter Turnout and Electoral Process

The assembly elections were conducted simultaneously with the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections on April 19. Arunachal Pradesh reported a voter turnout of 67.95%, indicating a healthy participation in the democratic process. The elections were observed closely, reflecting the strategic importance of this region in Indian politics.

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The BJP’s victory in Arunachal Pradesh represents not only a continuation of its political strategy but also a reinforcement of its influence in northeastern India. With this win, the party aims to further its development agenda and strengthen its foothold in the region, promising a focused approach towards enhancing the state’s infrastructure and quality of life for its residents.

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