Assam BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma casts his vote: Predicts 87 Seats for BJP

He predicts 40 of 47 seats in Phase 1, 25 of 39 in Phase 2, and 22 of 39 in Phase 3.

Assam FM and senior BJP leader Himata Biswa Sarma casted his vote contesting from Jalukbari for the 6th time. He is Assam’s Finance, Health, Education, Planning and Development and PWD minister and NEDA convenor.

Sarma was accompanied by his wife Riniki Bhuyan Sarma and son Nandil. It may be mentioned that Himanta Biswa Sarma’s son Nandil is a first-time voter.

Meanwhile, Sarma predicts 87 votes in the Assam election this time.

He predicts 40 of 47 seats in Phase 1, 25 of 39 in Phase 2, and 22 of 39 in Phase 3.

Notably, massive media and local people crowded outside the Amingaon polling booth where Himnata Biswa Sarma casted his vote.

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