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The National Conference Party, the alliance of seven state governments from Tamil Nadu, has emerged as the largest winner of the election at the state level this time around, winning over 27 per cent of the votes in Assam, in what has to be the largest landslide ever, the Indian Express reported.

While the Congress government had won 28.7 per cent of the votes, the NCP and Alliance got a landslide of 44.6 per cent of the vote in Assam.

After this result, the party won its own territory on Tuesday by taking control of the entire north-east state, which is expected to be a major blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s National Democratic Alliance-alliance government in the backdrop of its ongoing election troubles.

According to official results, after the results of the elections in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were read out late Friday afternoon, the NCP’s Jayalalithaa will be sworn-in as prime minister in the next fe창원출장샵w hours, a party spokesman told the Indian Express. Jayalalithaa is the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, and won the previous elections by a large margin.

The NCP also won control of three major highways connecting Delhi and Bangalore – DM6 and DL8 – as well as NIMHAN in Karnataka. The party had 일산출장샵 일산출장안마won two of three of the other 14 cities that made up the district (Meghalaya, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Sikkim) in the last Assembly elections.

As per the la이천출장마사지st updated official results, Jayalalithaa is on track to win the election for the next Lok Sabha polls and to get re-elected to office once. She is expected to step down on January 31, 2014, and the prime minister will pick a successor who will serve from January 31, 2015.