Congress respects the people's mandate: Rahul Gandhi on northeast polls

BJP supporters celebrate the party's victory in the Tripura Assembly elections in Agartala on Saturday.

Rahul Gandhi's tweet which hints at introspection comes after Congress' dismal performance in the polls.

Jayarajan, who is also the private secretary of chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, alleged that the Congress leaders and its cadres had moved towards the BJP.

In case of Tripura, the rise of BJP is simply remarkable.

Two of the three remaining states - Karnataka and West Bengal - are under the radar of BJP's master strategist Amit Shah.

Gowda said the country was seeing a "revival and resurgence" of the Congress starting with Gujarat and the bypolls in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, and "the cutting to size of the BJP due to its corruption and non-performance".

"The Congress party respects the mandate of the people of Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya".

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Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday March 4 asserted that the Assembly election result in Tripura, where BJP wrested power from the Left, will not have any impact on the impending Karnataka elections, and said that there was no Modi wave in the state.

(It is) Time for Modi Government/BJP to address both issues. Leaders in Nagaland know that to assuage concerns and settle questions over the Naga "solution", it needs to have the party in power at the Centre on board, which in this case happens to be the BJP.

Meanwhile, the IPFT sought a respectable representation for its MLAs in the new state government, a day after the party and the BJP swept the Assembly polls, ending the 25-year Left Front rule in the state. The NPF won 26 seats and the NDPP won 18 seats. Congress won a majority and formed the government in 2008.

The BJP has officially announced that they are with NDPP in Nagaland and will go ahead with government formation in the state. "Is this the answer to Meghalaya's aspirations and a stable Government?"

The Congress, which is facing an "existential crisis" according to pollsters, has been reduced to four states - Punjab, Karnataka, Mizoram and Puducherry.

"Does Mr Sangma propose to carry out the promise on becoming CM?"

As his supporters beat drums and danced with joy, Modi tweeted that the people of India were reposing their faith in the positive and development-oriented agenda of his party.