The Election Commission of India on Friday granted recognization to Janata Dal (United) as a state party in Arunachal Pradesh. The Electoral Symbol ‘arrow’ has been allotted to JD-U as a reserved symbol to party in the state.
Janata Dal (United) contested the Arunachal Pradesh State Polls and bagged 7 Assembly seats in the 60-member assembly state. The Bihar ruling party secured around 10% vote share in the recently concluded state polls in Arunachal Pradesh.
The ruling BJP with over 50% of vote share bagged 41 assembly seats in the 60-member state. The Congress with just 16% vote share won four seats while National People’s Party (NPP) five seats.
Assembly Polls in the state were held on 57 seats as three BJP MLAs – Phurpa Tsering from Dirang Assembly seat, Taba Tedir from Yachuli and Kento Jini from Along East – were elected unopposed.
Janata Dal (United) contested the national polls in an alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party. It has bagged 16 out of 17 contested Seat in Bihar that has a total of 40 Lok Sabha Seats. Ram Vilas Paswan’s LJP was also an alliance partner of BJP and JD-U in Bihar that sends 40 Parliamentarians.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Alliance in Bihar swept polls by bagging 39 Seats out of the 40 Lok Sabha Seats.
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