New Delhi, March 10: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is poised to retain power in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur, while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has won a landslide victory in Punjab.
The AAP is the first regional party to form a government in another state besides New Delhi.
According to the Election Commission’s count update at 8 pm, the ruling BJP party won 171 seats in Uttar Pradesh and leads in 82 Assembly constituencies, while the Samajwadi Party (SP) won 63 seats and leads in 50 constituencies. electoral.
Rashtriya Lok Dal, who participated in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in alliance with the PS, has won seven seats so far and leads in one constituency, while BJP ally Apana Dal (Sonelal) has won six. seats and leads in five districts.
The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is limited to a single seat from where it leads so far.
The Congress won only two seats, while Jansatta Dal (Loktantrik) won two seats in Uttar Pradesh.
The state-level Nishad Party (Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Aam Dal) won two seats and leads in five constituencies, while another local party, Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party, won two seats and leads in four constituencies.
In Uttarakhand, the BJP won 40 seats and leads in seven others, while the Congress only won 16 seats and leads in three districts.
The BSP won a single seat in the state and leads in one constituency, while an independent candidate won and another leads in Uttarakhand as of 8 p.m.
The final tally of the Punjab elections came in and the AAP secured a landslide victory with an overwhelming majority of 92 seats. The BJP won only two seats, the 18th Congress, the BSP one, Shiromani Akali Dal three, while one seat went to an independent candidate.
In Goa, the ruling BJP is short of the majority mark by just one seat, having won 20 seats in the 40-member Assembly.
Congress was limited to 11 seats, AAP won two seats, Goa Forward Party one, Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party two, Revolutionary Goans Party won one, while three seats were won by independent candidates.
In the 60-member Manipur Assembly, the ruling BJP retained power by winning 32 seats, while the Congress was only able to win five seats.
Surprisingly, the Janata Dal (United) won six seats in Manipur, while the Kuki People’s Alliance won two, the Naga People’s Front five, the National People’s Party six, and three seats went to independent candidates.
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