The electoral rolls in the Meghalaya assembly are in progress and the Congress is currently leading the way. The Congress has emerged in 24 constituencies and the NPP has fielded 14 seats. Independent candidates are leading in 9 constituencies.
The BJP is in the forefront of the 2 constituencies. Elections were held for 59 seats in the 60-member Meghalaya Assembly on February 27.
The BJP has fielded candidates in 47 constituencies while the Congress has contested all 59 constituencies.
Chief Minister Sangma has contested from two constituencies. Initially, the Congress was leading in 12 constituencies.
NPP was in the 8th segment. The BJP was leading in two areas. UDP and PDPs were in the forefront of four sectors.
Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma is leading the lead by Sanghsak. Nihim Shira of NPP is contesting second place.
Congress party will be virtually left with only one CM in Puducherry in the country after they will be defeated in Karnataka in June 2018. In any case, Congress party doesn’t treat Punjab CM as their own, nor does Capt. Amrinder Singh treat Congress as his own : PM @narendramodi
— BJP (@BJP4India) March 3, 2018