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Bodoland Election Results to be Out Today

Bodoland Election Results to be Out Today

Results of the as of late held Assam Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) decisions will be declared today (Saturday) as the tallying of votes started at 8 am.


Bodoland Territorial Region:


State: Assam
Established:  9 February 2003
Headquarter: Kokrajhar
Languages: Bodo, Assamese, English


Usage of Paper Ballot: 


Surveying for the two-staged decisions was directed through the paper polling form. It very well may be seen that the main period of the political decision was hung on December 7 while the second and last stage was led on December 10. 


As indicated by reports, an aggregate of 23,87,422 electors in the two stages practised their establishment to choose their delegates for the local council, framed in 2003 and decisions being held since 2005. 


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40-member Bodoland Territorial Council:

Prior, the political decision for 40-part Bodoland Territorial Council was planned to be hung on April 4, however it was delayed uncertainly in the wake of the Covid pandemic and resulting cross country lockdown. Afterwards, Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi took the charge of the committee on the expiry of the five-year term of BTC on April 27. 


Credit: The Wire


Then, the key gatherings that challenged the surveys to incorporate BJP, its partner Hagrama Mohilary-drove Bodoland People's Front (BPF), and Congress-AIUDF coalition. While BPF is trying to hold its 15-year-old BTC system, the BJP is looking at to depose the provincial party. 


BJP and BPF Both Went Solo in the Polls:


BJP and BPF are coalition accomplices in the Assam government yet both went solo in the BTC surveys amid reports of a crack between them. The BJP and BPF connection hit a difficult time in March this year after surveys to BTC were deferred because of COVID-19 and the lead representative accepted the charge of the chamber. BPF needed to broaden the residency of the committee till surveys.


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