Agartala/Kohima/Shillong: The left front is facing a tough fight from BJP in Tripura, Congress leads in Meghalaya but may not get majority and NPF, NDDP alliances are in the close race for a majority in Nagaland.
The Congress was leading in 24 seats, the NCP was leading in 11 seats, BJP in 5 seats and others are leading in 14 seats as per early trends available for the Meghalaya Assembly elections.
Election Commission sources said Chief Minister Mukul Sanga was leading in Songsak seat.
The Congress was also leading in Rambrai-Jyrngam and Baghmara seats.
The UDP was leading in Mawthadraishan and Mairang seats.
Polling for 59 seats of the 60-member Assembly was held on 27 February.
A Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) candidate was killed in an IED blast, which resulted in countermanding of the polls in one seat.
The BJP was leading in 29 seats while the Left Front was leading in 29 seats in Tripura, as per the trends available.
While Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar was leading from Dhanpur, BJP State unit president Biplab Kumar Deb was leading from Banamalipur seat.
State PWD Minister Badal Choudhury was leading from Hrishyamukh seat.
Voting was held for 59 constituencies in Tripura following the death of a candidate. The strength of the state Assembly is 60.
The ruling NPF was leading in 31 seats while the NDPP was leading in 25 seats as per early trends available for the Nagaland Assembly, sources said today.
The Naga Peoples Front was leading in Longkhim-Chare, Chozuba and Tuensang Sadar I seats.
The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party was leading in Noksen and Kohima town seats.
Voting for the 59 seats in the 60-member Assembly was held on 27 February as NDPP chief Neiphiu Rio was elected uncontested from Northern Angami II seat.