The Tripura Assembly elections have been a closely watched affair, with all sides hopeful of victory as the results of the exit polls have been varied. The state has seen a three-way battle between the ruling Left Front, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress.
The Left Front, which has been in power in the state for the past 25 years, is hoping to retain its majority in the state. The BJP, which has been making inroads in the state in recent years, is hoping to make a breakthrough and form the government. The Congress, which has been out of power in the state for the past two decades, is hoping to make a comeback.
The exit polls have given mixed results, with some predicting a win for the Left Front, some predicting a win for the BJP and some predicting a hung assembly. This has made the results of the elections even more unpredictable.
The Left Front has been campaigning on its record of development in the state, while the BJP has been focusing on its promise of bringing “parivartan” (change) to the state. The Congress has been focusing on its promise of providing jobs and better healthcare to the people of the state.
The results of the elections will be out on March 3, and all sides are hopeful of victory. The people of Tripura will be closely watching the results to see which party will form the government in the state.