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Election Results 2017


Assembly Election Results 2016

ASSAM WEST BENGAL KERALA TAMIL NADU PUDUCHERRY
2011 Assam Assembly Election Results

Assam Results 2016 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
NDA8600
INC2600
AIUDF1300
CPI000
CPM000
NCP000
OTHERS100
2011 West Bengal Assembly Election Results

West Bengal Results 2016 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
LEFT FRONT3200
INC4400
BJP300
AITC21100
BSP000
OTHERS400
2011 Kerala Assembly Election Results

Kerala Results 2016 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
NDA100
UDF4700
LDF8400
OTHERS800
2011 Tamil Nadu Assembly Election Results

Tamil Nadu Results 2016 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
PWF000
NDA000
AIADMK13400
DMK+9800
NAAM TAMILAR KATCHI000
PMK000
OTHERS000
2011 Puducherry Assembly Election Results

Puducherry Results 2016 - Partywise Seats

Party Won Leading Trailing
BJP000
AIADMK400
DMK2
CPM000
CPI000
AINRC800
INC1500
OTHERS100

Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election Results 2016

  • Gujarat Gram Panchayat Election Results 2016; Counting likely to continue today.. Source: India.com12:20:38 pm

  • Results of 2,891 panchayats declared; BJP, Cong claim win.12:18:27 pm

  • Kamleshbhai Asari wins from Dhandhiya village of Meghraj Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:30:18 pm

  • Ramanbhai Damor wins from Rayavala village of Meghraj Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:29:53 pm

  • Biharipatel wins from Madhavakampa village of Bayad Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:29:24 pm

  • Pushpaben Kharadi wins from Narayanpur-narasoli village of Taluka's Sarpanch post. 06:14:59 pm

  • Naynaben Khant wins from Bayad village of Dehgamda Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:14:40 pm

  • Nitaben Pandya wins from Bhukhela village of Bayad Talukas Sarpanch post.06:14:17 pm

  • Sundabhai Thakor wins from Kalapur village of Radhanpur Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:13:27 pm

  • Kadabhai Dalabhai wins from Vavdi village of Meghraj Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:13:11 pm

  • Pavabhai Desai wins from Gulabpura village of Radhanpur Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:12:45 pm

  • Divabhai wins from Pakutara village of Patan Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:12:25 pm

  • Prafulaba Jadeja wins from Rib village of Gondal Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:11:57 pm

  • Dakshaben Jadeja wins from Shemala village of Gondal Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:11:10 pm

  • Vasantbhai Godhani wins from Meta khambhaliya village of Gondal Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:10:24 pm

  • Gangaben Solanki wins from Vachara village of Gondal Taluka's Sarpanch post.06:10:06 pm

  • Hiraben Mangukiya wins from Surnagar village of Gariyadhara Taluka's Sarpanch post.05:51:27 pm

  • Bharatbhai Makwana wins from Damarada village of Fatehpura Taluka's Sarpanch post05:51:06 pm

  • Sonalben Arvindbhai wins from Sharda village of Dahod Taluka's Sarpanch post05:50:46 pm

  • Amitaben wins from Dandi village of Dahod Taluka's Sarpanch post.05:50:26 pm

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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