Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has won a decisive victory in the South Tura constituency in the state's assembly elections, defeating his opponent and BJP leader Bernard Marak. Sangma
According to the Election Commission of India (ECI), Sangma won with 10,090 votes, while the estimated voter turnout was 49.42%. The NPP, led by Sangma, has currently won 5 seats and is leading in 21 other seats.
The Meghalaya assembly elections have been closely watched, with several key players vying for power. Despite the setback in Dadenggre, Sangma's victory in South Tura is a significant boost for the NPP, which is hoping to form the government in the state for a second term.
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