Uttar Pradesh, March 10: BJP has made a landslide victory in Uttar Pradesh with 266 seats. With such a staggering number, Yogi Adityanath is all set to return to power for a second term as well. SP, however, gave a tough fight and won 133 seats. Meanwhile, BSP, Congress displayed poor show in UP, winning only 1 and 2 seats respectively.

Punjab saw a one-sided win of AAP with a total of 92 seats in assembly elections. Bhagwant Mann, who won the Dhuri seat, is set to become CM of Punjab. Congress only managed to bag 18 seats, while BJP secured only 2 seats in Punjab. SAD and independent candidates secured 4 and 1 seats respectively.

BJP nearly touched the majority mark in the Goa Assembly elections. With the support of 3 independent candidates, Pramod Sawant is all set to head the state for a second consecutive term.

Uttarakhand saw a tight neck in neck battle between Congress and BJP. However, later on, Congress started to lag behind, and by 6 pm, the grand old party could only secure 18 seats. On the other hand, BJP won 48 seats.

Meanwhile, BJP emerged as the single largest party in Manipur with 31 assembly seats. Congress could only fetch 5 seats in Manipur Assembly Elections 2022. While the independent candidates bagged 24 seats.

Assembly Election Results 2022 will be declared today. The counting of votes is underway. BJP has taken the major lead in Uttar Pradesh, currently leading on 261 seats. While SP leads on 138 seats. Meanwhile, AAP has garnered 90 seats in Punjab in the early trends. BJP has crossed the majority mark in Uttarakhand and Goa. Also, BJP has maintained lead in Manipur.

BJP has surpassed the majority mark in the early trends in UP, currently leading on 250 seats. As per the early trends at 2 pm, BJP is leading in Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Uttarakhand, and Manipur. However, the Saffron party is in a tight fight with Congress in Uttarakhand. Meanwhile,  AAP is leading in Punjab.

Uttarakhand continues to see a close contest between BJP and Congress. The saffron party is now ahead in 21 seats of Uttarakhand, Congress is ahead in 20. Trends for Manipur, Congress ahead in 6 seats, BJP in 4.

Parties UP (403) Punjab (117) Uttarakhand (70) Goa (40) Manipur (60)
BJP 269 2 48 20 31
AAP - 92 0 2 -
SP 129 - - - -
Congress 2 18 18 12 5
Others 2 1 4 4 24

As per the early trends, BJP Takes the Lead in UP, AAP in Punjab, Congress, and BJP Neck and Neck in Uttarakhand and Goa. Early trends show that BJP is ahead on 33 seats, SP on 18, and Congress is on 0 in Uttar Pradesh. Congress is ahead in 10 seats while the ruling BJP is leading in 8 in Uttarakhand.

The counting of votes across 5 poll-bound states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa, and Manipur for Assembly Elections 2022 begins.

The counting of votes in 5 poll-bound states of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa, and Manipur will begin shortly.

The most awaited Assembly Elections Results 2022 will be declared on March 10. The assembly elections in five poll-bound states concluded on March 7. A total of 690 assembly seats went under the polls over a period of a month. The counting of the votes will take place from 8 am onwards on March 10, and by the evening, the fate of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur, and Uttarakhand will be decided for the next 5 years.

According to several exit polls, BJP will enjoy a clear majority in Uttar Pradesh and AAP in Punjab. While incumbent BJP and its rival Congress are in a close contest in Uttarakhand. Meanwhile, Goa witnessed one of the fiercest poll battles this year with no party looking to have it easy to the majority mark. Assembly Elections 2022 Results Date And Time: Know When And Where to Watch Live Streaming And Updates on Counting of Votes For UP, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa Polls.

Uttar Pradesh voted in 7 phases on February 10, 14, 20, 23, 27, and March 3 and 7 for 403 assembly seats. On 14 February, Goa’s 40 seats and Uttarakhand’s 70 seats went to the polls in a single phase. 117-member Punjab Assembly went to polls on 20 February in a single phase while Manipur voted in two phases, on 28 February and 5 March this year.

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