BJP won an assembly seat even before voting in Nagaland, know how?
BJP won an assembly seat even before voting in Nagaland, know how?

Kohima: Votes will be cast for the Nagaland Assembly elections on February 27. In such a situation, the BJP has got its first victory even before the voting. Let us inform you that BJP candidate Kazheto Kinimi, who contested from Akuluto assembly constituency, has been re-elected unopposed. In fact, his only rival and Congress candidate Khekashe Sumi withdrew his nomination on Friday (February 10).

Significantly, according to the Returning Officer, February 10 was the last day for withdrawal of nominations. In such a situation, Congress candidate Khekashe Sumi withdrew her nomination. Due to this 68-year-old BJP candidate, Kazheto Kinimi won. While Kinimi celebrated with his supporters immediately after being elected unopposed. Let us inform you that in the 2018 assembly elections held in Nagaland also, Kazheto Kinimi was elected from Akuluto assembly seat. And this time also his victory is confirmed. 

Kinimi, who won the Akuluto seat for the second time in a row, wrote in a tweet that he is humbled and honored to represent the people of Akuluto 31 A/C unopposed for a second term. I pray to Almighty God on this occasion. Along with this, I express my gratitude to my supporters, well-wishers, Akuluto BJP Mandal, and Nagaland State BJP workers.

Let us inform you that there are 60 assembly seats in Nagaland. For which voting is going to be held on 27 February 2023. It is noteworthy that in the last election (2018) NDPP won 18 seats. Whereas, BJP won 12 seats and formed the government in Nagaland with the support of other parties and independent candidates.

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