Celebrations in Congress camp as party leads in 3 states

DN Bureau

With early trends in three of the five state assembly elections showing a tilt towards the Congress, its workers and supporters burst into celebrations at various party offices as well as its headquarters in New Delhi.

Congress Party workers celebrating
Congress Party workers celebrating

New Delhi: With early trends in three of the five state assembly elections showing a tilt towards the Congress, its workers and supporters burst into elebrations at various party offices as well as its headquarters in New Delhi.

The workers distributed sweets and raised slogans as the trends reflected that the party may make a comeback in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh.

In Chhattisgarh, Congress is ahead of the BJP on 57 seats while the BJP is leading on 24. Congress' Karuna Shukla, niece of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee,  is giving a tough fight to the incumbent Chief  Minister Raman Singh  Rajnandgaon constituency.

In Madhya Pradesh, where the BJP has been in power since 2003, the Congress as per early trends, showed an improvement by leading with a substantial margin.

"These are trends, but I am fully confident that we will get full majority," said Kamal Nath, the party's Madhya Pradesh Chief.

In Rajasthan the Congress is leading on 91 seats while the BJP is at 80.

Meanwhile, in Telangana, K Chandrashekhar Rao led TRS has taken lead and MNF is leading in Mizoram. (ANI)

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