The ruling BJP is leading ahead in most of the seats in Assam’s Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) polls.

Initial trends on Wednesday showed the BJP is leading in 18 of the 35 seats it contested while the Congress is trailing in all 36 seats.

The AGP, an ally of the BJP, is ahead in one seat.

Polling for 36 TAC constituencies in parts of Morigaon, Nagaon, Hojai and Kamrup (Metro) held on Thursday.

A total of 124 candidates were in the fray in the council election.

BJP is contesting in 35 council seats while its ally AGP has contested in one seat and Congress is contesting in all 36 seats.

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