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Before the Assam elections, the BJP got a big shock, two MLAs attacked the party

by News Monks

All the surveys and opinion polls which appeared before the assembly elections in Assam, this time also showed the return of power by a majority of the Bharatiya Janata Party. But on the other hand, the problems for the BJP are increasing in the state. In fact, two BJP MLAs have resigned from the party due to lack of tickets in the assembly elections in Assam.

It is being told that 2 MLAs have former Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Dilip Kumar Pal and Shiladitya Dev. Let us tell you that after separating from the Bharatiya Janata Party, these two leaders have imposed some serious charges on the political party. He has accused that some leaders of the saffron party have hatched conspiracies against him. Earlier, BJP leader and cabinet minister Sum Ronghang Diphu joined the opposition party on Sunday after resigning from the party after not getting a ticket from the assembly seat. Significantly, there will be assembly elections in three phases in Assam.

The first phase of polling will take place on 27 March, the second phase will be held on 2 April and the third phase will be held on 6 April. Votes will be counted on May 2. In order to avoid any violence or disturbing atmosphere in the elections, 40 companies of Central Armed Paramilitary Forces will be deployed. Let us tell you that 126 assembly seats in Assam will go to the polls.

Which has previously got an opinion poll conducted by Times Now and C-Voter. In which the NDA seems to be getting an absolute majority under the leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party. In this survey, Sarbananda Sonowal has been the most liked as the Chief Minister. However, it is also seen in this survey that the NDA may face a tough competition from the Congress-led UPA.

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