The BJP has also had great success in the Bodoland elections, with the Congress facing a tough rate

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Bangla Hunt Desk: Assembly elections in Assam six months later. Earlier, the BJP had done well in the Bodoland Territorial Council Election. Out of 40, BJP has won 9 seats in Bodoland. In the 2015 elections, the BJP managed to win only one seat in the Bodoland Assembly elections. The ruling Bodoland People's Front (BPF) won 18 seats and the United People's Party Liberal (UPPL) 12 seats.

The Congress and the People's Protection Party have won one seat each. And Badruddin Ajmal's AIUDF could not open its own account. This selection is very important for each team. Because everyone is holding it as a semifinal before next year's election.

The Bodo People's Front and the BJP, which run the coalition government in the state, contested the elections separately. The two parties have also campaigned against each other in the election campaign. Both the BJP and the UPPL have not officially announced an alliance, but both have hinted at an alliance since the election came and the outcome was triangular.

UPPL chief Pramod Brahma has won from two seats. He discussed the BTC elections on Saturday night with BJP minister Himanta Bishwa Sharma, BJP state president Ranjit Kumar Das and BJP secretary general and MP Dilip Saika. The BJP-UPPL alliance may be announced in the next couple of days. Himanta Bishwa Sharma said the decision on the composition of the council would be announced after consulting Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonwal.

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