New Delhi | The latest vote counting trends showed that the Aam Aadmi Party is headed for a landslide victory in the Punjab Assembly elections, while the BJP seems to be retaining power in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur with a comfortable margin. This information has been received from the latest update of the Election Commission till 5 pm.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has won 73 seats in Punjab and is leading in 19 other seats with 42 percent vote share, while Congress has won 13 seats and leading in five other seats with 22.92 percent votes. is going on. BJP has won two seats with a vote share of 6.6.
Apart from this, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) has won two seats in the state and is leading in one seat with 18.4 percent votes. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) won one seat with 1.78 percent, while an independent candidate also won the elections in Punjab.
In Uttar Pradesh, the ruling BJP has won 25 seats and the party is leading in another 277 seats with a vote share of 41.8 percent, while the Samajwadi Party has not won any seats so far but with 31.8 percent vote share it is leading in 115 seats. going forward.
Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) is leading with 3.14 percent votes in just seven seats, while BSP has won one seat and is leading in five others with 12.9 percent votes.
In Uttarakhand as of 5 pm, the BJP has won 15 seats and is leading in 32 others with 44.3 percent vote share, while the major opposition Congress has won four seats and is leading in only 15 others with 37.97 percent vote share. has been BSP is leading in two seats with 4.86 percent vote share while two independents are also leading with 3.51 percent vote share.
In Goa, BJP has won 20 seats with 33.3 percent vote share, Congress has won nine seats and is leading in two other seats with 23.49 percent vote share, Goa Forward Party won one seat with 1.84 percent votes The Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) won two seats with a vote share of 7.60 percent and an independent three.
Similarly in Manipur, the BJP has won 15 seats and is leading on 14 others and the party is likely to retain power in the state, while the Congress has won three seats and is leading on one. Apart from this, Janata Dal (U) has won five seats and is leading in two other seats with 10.85 percent votes, Kuki People’s Alliance has won one seat and is leading in one seat, Naga People’s Front has won three seats. But now she is leading in two seats.
On the other hand, the National People’s Party has won two seats and is leading in five other seats, while Independents have won two seats and are leading in one seat.