The party released a list of 57 candidates in Meghalaya and 56 in Tripura. The strength of the two assemblies is 60 members each.
The Congress is seeking to come back to power in Meghalaya and ousting the CPI(M) in Tripura where the Left front has been in power for the last 25 years.
According to the list, the Meghalaya chief minister will be contesting from Songsak and Ampathi constituencies.
The counting of votes will take place in three states on March there.
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