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Election Results 2017


PARTYSeat Won/Leading
Congress 31
Samajwadi Party 1
TOTAL WON226/227


PARTYSeat Won/Leading
TOTAL WON158/162

PMC Live Updates 2017

  • Sena leader Dadaji Bhuse offers to resign taking responsibility for loss - Source DNA05:23:05 pm

  • Pankaja Munde takes responsibility after BJP lost 6 out of 10 seats in Parli; Offers resignation - ABP News 04:59:02 pm

  • PMC Election Result : BJP: 61 , NCP: 31, Congress: 12, Shiv Sena: 10, MNS: 5 - Source DNA02:34:37 pm

  • BJP likely winner in Pune's PMC leading in 45 seats, NCP in second spot leads in 17 seats. Shiv sena leading in 7 seats12:29:57 pm

  • BJP leading in 40 seats in Pune's PMC, NCP leading in 17, Shiv Sena on the third spot leading in only 7 seats12:25:44 pm

  • BJP leading on 15 wards, BSP on 2, NCP on 9,MNS on 2, Congress on 3 and Shiv Sena on 2 : Pune - ANI12:13:58 pm

  • Pune PMC Election: BJP leading in 35 seats; NCP- 13; ShivSena-3; Congress-4; MNS-4 - DNA11:46:24 am

  • Pune elections BJP ahead with 15 seats, Shiv sena leading in 10 seats and NCP in 9 and congress in 111:34:07 am

  • BJP leads in PMC Election with 30 seats, to 10 for ShivSena and 12 for NCP - Firstpost11:23:18 am

  • BJP leads in 20 wards, NCP in 711:12:50 am

  • BJP candidates leading on 12 seats in Pune 11:02:11 am

The five states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand go to polls between February 4 and March 8, 2017. It will be held in single phase in Punjab, Goa and Uttarakhand. In Manipur, elections will be held in two phases while in Uttar Pradesh, it will be conducted in seven phases. The contest promises to be fierce in all the states and especially in the politically significant state of Uttar Pradesh which has the highest number of Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha constituencies in India. In Manipur, the BJP is projecting itself ambitiously as a viable alternative to the Congress after getting success in Assam last year. Apart from the usual contenders BJP and Congress, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has emerged as a strong third contender in Punjab and Goa. Opinion polls say that the BJP, SP and BSP are in a tough race and Congress out of the reckoning in Uttar Pradesh. In Goa, Manipur and Uttarakhand too, the BJP appears to have stronger chances of winning than the Congress. In Punjab however, the situation looks slightly different with the race to dethrone its incumbent SAD-BJP government being between AAP and Congress. Counting of votes will be held on March 11, 2017. Watch this space for live updates as and when the results unfold.

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