Four states that went to the polls in February and March, including Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur, were won by the Bharatiya Janata Party, while the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won Punjab. The latest trends suggest that the BJP crossed the 270-seat mark in Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, the BJP has gained ground over the Congress in Uttarakhand, a hill state. The saffron party BJP won 20 seats in Goa, while the Congress won 11. The party won 32 of the 60 seats in Manipur, becoming the single-largest party in the state.
In Punjab, the AAP won 92 seats, a stunning victory. In the five states, 690 assembly constituencies voted between 10 February and 7 March. Results began being counted around 8 a.m. on Thursday.
Uttarakhand elections results: Final status
With 47 of 70 seats in the 70-member assembly won by the BJP, it confirmed the BJP’s return to power in Uttarakhand. There were 18 seats won by the Congress Party, one held by an independent, and one held by the Bahujan Samaj Party.
BJP parliamentary committee to decide on Goa CM candidate
It is expected that the Goa BJP will form the government in the state, and Union minister G Kishan Reddy said Thursday the decision on the chief minister candidate would come after the committee meeting.
Nearly 8 lakh voters opted for NOTA
In the five states that held assembly elections, nearly eight lakh voters chose NOTA, according to data on the EC website.
Manipur elections final results: Status
As expected, the BJP won the most seats in Manipur, earning 32. There were seven seats won by the NPP, six by the Janata Dal (United), five each by Congress and Naga People’s Front, three by independent candidates, and two by the Kuki People’s Alliance.
Punjab elections final results: Status
92 seats have gone to the AAP in Punjab, followed by 18 to the Congress, 3 to Shiromani Akali Dal, 2 to BJP, 1 to Bahujan Samaj Party, and 1 each to independent candidates.
Goa election final results: Status
There were 20 seats won by the BJP, followed by 11 from the Congress, two from the Aam Aadmi Party, one from the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party, and three from the Independent.