Meghalaya Election: Bharatiya Janata Party to get deputy CM post in Nagaland

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KOHIMA: After winning the elections in Nagaland, Bhartiya Janta Party is now ready to get the post of deputy chief minister in the government.

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As per BJP Election Campaign chairman M Chuba, Chief ministerial candidate for Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) Neiphiu Rio and Convener of Northeast Democratic Alliance (NEDA) Himanta Biswa Sarma have concurred that BJP will receive the post of deputy CM soon.

Candidate Y Patton is ready to hold the position of deputy CM based on the elections result. On Monday, 12 BJP candidates were elected in the existence of central BJP spectators JP Nadda, national BJP general secretary Arun Singh, Union minister of health Himanta Biwa Sarma, Northeast general secretary Ajay Jamwal.

BJP Candidate Y Patton name was suggested by Paiwang Konyak and Pangyu Phom.

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BJP Election Campaign chairman M Chuba affirmed that “Nagaland’s Lok Sabha seat and Rajya Sabha seat will be divided between NDPP and BJP. As for the posts of chairman in various public sector undertakings, NDPP will get 50% share, BJP will get 40% and 10% will be given to neutral parties.”

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