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BJP Front Ahead In Puducherry

Puducherry: Out of the 12 leads available so far the AINRC is leading in 5 and the BJP in 3.

BJP Front Ahead In Puducherry
If the trend continues the AINRC and BJP will be forming a coalition government. (Representational image.)
BJP Front Ahead In Puducherry
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2021-05-02T13:23:38+05:30

There were no surprises in Puducherry as the front led by AINRC – in which the BJP is a major ally – had established a comfortable lead and looked all set to form a coalition government.

Out of the 12 leads available so far the AINRC is leading in 5 and the BJP in 3. The Congress was leading in 2 and its ally the DMK in one while an Independent was leading in one seat. If the trend continues the AINRC and BJP will be forming a coalition government with AINRC leader N. Rengasamy as the Chief Minister.

 

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