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    BJP respects Jharkhand mandate: Amit Shah

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    He also lauded BJP workers for their "untiring" efforts in the assembly polls. As per the latest trends, the BJP has won or is ahead in 25 seats while the rival JMM-Congress alliance appears set to win a majority of seats in the 81-member state assembly.

    The BJP had won 37 seats in the 2014 assembly polls.
    New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah said on Monday his party respects the mandate of Jharkhand voters, as it lost to the rival JMM-Congress alliance in the assembly elections. In a tweet, Shah also expressed his gratitude to the people of Jharkhand for giving the BJP a chance to govern the state for five years and asserted that his party remains committed to its development.

    He also lauded BJP workers for their "untiring" efforts in the assembly polls.

    As per the latest trends, the BJP has won or is ahead in 25 seats while the rival JMM-Congress alliance appears set to win a majority of seats in the 81-member state assembly.

    The BJP had won 37 seats in the 2014 assembly polls.
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    9 Comments on this Story

    India First393 days ago
    In a nutshell Modi Govt should stop fooling people with religious and nationalistic rhetoric and start governing earnestly
    Vikas 393 days ago
    no other option BJPee has. it cannot buy those many MLAs
    Zabar Dust393 days ago
    Amit Shah was responsible for giving ticket to child rapist Senger. He should be sacked from all party and govt. posts.
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