Tripura Election Results 2023: BJP-IPFT Alliance Wins 33 Seats; Congress Confined To Three, CHECK Constituency-Wise Full List Of Winners
Full List Of Winners, Seat-Wise Winning Candidates Of BJP, LEFT, TIPRA, CONGRESS: According to the Election Commission, the ruling BJP has won the majority with 32 seats as it crosses the halfway point of the 60-member Assembly. The CPI(M) won 11 seats, but the Congress holds the advantage in three. Following today's election results, the royal heir Pradyot Kishore's TIPRA Motha party, which won 13 seats, has established itself as the kingmaker in Tripura. Except for a "Greater Tipraland," the BJP has stated that it is willing to concede to all of Tipra Motha's demands.
- Today will see the results of the 60 Tripura Assembly constituencies that held elections.
- By the close of the day on March 2, the Election Commission will announce the Tripura Election Result 2023.
- According to early trends, the BJP is leading in Tripura by winning 30 of the state's 60 seats.
Tripura Election Results: Despite opposition from a coalition of Leftist parties and the Congress, as well as a second challenger in the shape of Pradyot Debbarma's TIPRA Motha, the BJP-IPFT succeeded in maintaining its hold on power in Tripura. Tripura was a tight race, and the BJP+ barely surpassed the majority threshold of 31. With the Tipra Motha winning 13 seats, the Left+ Congress lost ground to the BJP+, which won just 14 seats, guaranteed that the BJP took power on its own. The TIPRA Motha was still contacted by the local BJP leadership, who stated that all of their requests were welcome with the exception of the one for "Greater Tipraland."
The BJP was led to success for a second term in Tripura by Manik Saha, who was expected to be elected as chief minister of Tripura for another term. Despite critics forecasting a 'tough time' for him in the elite state, the former Congress leader who switched to the saffron party two and half years ago defeated Ashish Kumar Saha, the veteran leader of his former party, by a margin of 1,257 votes. It has been a quick but upward journey for Saha, a 69-year-old dental surgeon turned politician, from his joining the saffron party in 2016 to his appointment as chief minister in a brand renewal operation last year.
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At eight in the morning today, the counting of votes for the Tripura assembly poll began. There were 21 counting sites for the Tripura Assembly, which has a total of 60 seats. The destiny of 14 assembly constituencies was decided at the Umakanta Academy, which is located in the centre of the city of Agartala. There are slightly more than 28 lakh electors overall.
Tripura Election Results 2023: Performance Of Top Contenders
Check Performance Of Top 10 Contenders:
- CPI(M) state secretary Jitendra Chaudhury wins Sabroom seat.
- State Congress president Birajit Sinha wins Kailashahar seat
- Town Bordowali is won by Tripura's chief minister Manik Saha.
- Jishnu Deb Barman, the deputy chief minister, lost the Charilam constituency.
- Sanjoy Manik wins the Karbook seat by a margin of 4447 votes.
- Left candidate Nirmal Biswas wins from Khowai seat.
- Sushanta Deb of the BJP defeats Pratha Pratim Majumder of the CPM to capture the Bishalgarh constituency.
- Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath wins Mohanpur seat
- After the final round of voting, CPM candidate Nayan Sarkar defeated Krishnadhan Das, a sitting MLA for the BJP, by a majority of 1854 votes in the Bamutia constituency of Northern Agartala. Das received 17,665 ballots compared to Sarkar's 19519 votes.
- Congressman Sudip Roy Barman wins from Agartala.
With 32 seats in the 60-member Legislature, the Election Commission reports that the BJP, which is currently in power, has secured a majority. Although the CPI(M) gained 11 seats, the Congress triumphed at 3. With 13 seats gained in today's election, the TIPRA Motha party of Pradyot Kishore, the royal heir, has become Tripura's kingmaker.
On March 22, the current Tripura Legislative Assembly sitting will come to an end. Therefore, the state's administration should be fully established before then. Here you can see all the information about which party gets how many seats in Tripura Chunav Results in 2023 out of 60 assembly constituencies. Also, the complete details of which MLAs have been elected from which constituencies can also be seen on the page below.
Full List Of Winners, Seat-Wise Winning Candidates
|S.NO||Constituency Name||Winning Candidate’s Name and Party Name|
|1||Simna (ST)||Brishaketu Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|2||Mohanpur||Ratan Lal Nath (BJP) WON|
|3||Bamutia (SC)||Nayan Sarkar (Left) WON|
|4||Barjala (SC)||Sudip Sarkar (Left) Won|
|5||Khayerpur||Ratan Chakraborty (BJP) WON|
|6||Agartala||Sudip Roy Barman (Cong) WON|
|7||Ramnagar||Surajit Datta (BJP) WON|
|8||Town Bordowali||Manik Saha ( BJP) WON|
|9||Banamalipur||Gopal Chandra Roy (Cong) Won|
|10||Majlishpur||Sushanta Chowdhury (BJP) WON|
|11||Mandaibazar(ST)||Swapna Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|12||Takarjala (ST)||Biswajit Kalai (TIPRA) WON|
|13||Pratapgarh (SC)||Ramu Das (Left) Won|
|14||Badharghat (SC)||Mina Rani Sarkar (BJP) WON|
|15||Kamalasagar||Antara Sarkar Deb (BJP) WON|
|16||Bishalgarh||Sushanta Deb (BJP) WON|
|17||Golaghati (ST)||Manab Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|18||Suryamaninagar||Ram Prasad Paul (BJP) Won|
|19||Charilam (ST)||Subodh Debbarma (BJP) WON|
|20||Boxanagar||Samsul Haque (Left) WON|
|21||Nalchar (SC)||Kishor Barman (BJP) Won|
|22||Sonamura||Shyamal Chakraborty (Left) WON|
|23||Dhanpur||Pratima Bhoumik (BJP) Won|
|24||Ramchandraghat(ST)||Ranjit Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|25||Khowai||Nirmal Biswas (Left) WON|
|26||Asharambari(ST)||Animesh Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|27||Kalyanpur-Pramodenagar||Pinaki Das Chowdhury (BJP) WON|
|28||Teliamura||Kalyani Saha Roy (BJP) WON|
|29||Krishnapur (ST)||Bikash Debbarma (BJP) Won|
|30||Bagma (ST)||Ram Pada Jamatia (BJP) WON|
|31||Radhakishorpur||Pranajit Singha Roy (BJP) WON|
|32||Matarbari||Abhishek Debroy (BJP) Won|
|33||Kakraban-Salgarh (SC)||Jitendra Majumder (BJP) WON|
|34||Rajnagar (SC)||Swapna Majumdar (BJP) Won|
|35||Belonia||Dipankar Sen (Left) Won|
|36||Santirbazar (ST)||Pramod Reang (BJP) WON|
|37||Hrishyamukh||Asoke Ch. Mitra (Left) WON|
|38||Jolaibari (ST)||Sukla Charan Noatia (IPFT) WON|
|39||Manu (ST)||Mailafru Mog (BJP) WON|
|40||Sabroom||Jitendra Chaudhury (Left) WON|
|41||Ampinagar (ST)||Pathan Lal Jamatia (TIPRA) WON|
|42||Amarpur||Ranjit Das (BJP) WON|
|43||Karbook (ST)||Sanjoy Manik Tripura (TIPRA) WON|
|44||Raima Valley(ST)||Nandita Debbarma (TIPRA) Won|
|45||Kamalpur||Manoj Kanti Deb (BJP) WON|
|46||Surma (SC)||Swapna Das Paul ( BJP) WON|
|47||Ambassa (ST)||Chitta Ranjan Debbarma (TIPRA) WON|
|48||Karmachhara(ST)||Paul Dangshu (TIPRA) WON|
|49||Chawmanu(ST)||Sambhu Lal Chakma (BJP) Won|
|50||Pabiachhara(SC)||Bhagaban Chnadra Das (BJP) WON|
|51||Fatikroy (SC)||Sudhangshu Das (BJP) WON|
|52||Chandipur||Tinku Roy (BJP) WON|
|53||Kailashahar||Birajit Sinha (Cong) WON|
|54||Kadamtala-Kurti||Islam Uddin (Left) WON|
|55||Bagbassa||Jadab Lal Debnath (BJP) WON|
|56||Dharmanagar||Biswa Bandhu Sen (BJP) WON|
|57||Jubarajnagar||Sailendra Chandra Nath (Left) WON|
|58||Panisagar||Binay Bhushan Das (BJP) WON|
|59||Pencharthal (ST)||Santana Chakma (BJP) Won|
|60||Kanchanpur (ST)||Philip Kumar Reang (TIPRA) WON|
In India, there will be Lok Sabha elections in 2024. Naturally, the party that does well in the state assembly elections is thought to be far ahead in the national general elections.