Assembly Election Results

Assembly Election Results: Saffron waved in four states! YOGI 2.0 in UP, ‘Broom’ cleans everyone in Punjab

Assembly Election Results: Saffron waved in four states! YOGI 2.0 in UP, ‘Broom’ cleans everyone in Punjab

Assembly Election Results
Assembly Election Results

UP Election Result: The election results of five states including Uttar Pradesh are almost out. Once again the BJP government is being formed in UP and Uttarakhand with a full majority.
Whereas in Punjab, the broom of AAP has put aside the aspirations of all the veterans.

New Delhi,
10 March 2022,
(Updated 10 March 2022, 11:58 PM IST)
Story Highlights
BJP showed charisma in UP! BJP created history in Uttarakhand Aam Aadmi Party registered a historic victory in Punjab

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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has once again returned to the throne of Uttar Pradesh. Although this return was not considered easy.
The myth remains that before this any Chief Minister in UP had failed to reach power for the second time in a row. This myth has now been broken.

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ModiYogi duo destroyed all equations. In such a situation, where a great Holi was played in UP, then the condition of Diwali was seen in Delhi. But in the midst of all this, the good news did not come for Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya. Keshav lost from Sirathu assembly seat to Pallavi Patel of SP by more than 7 thousand votes.

PM Modi Congratulated AAP for Punjab Election Victory.

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According to the latest updates of the Election Commission website, Keshav Maurya got 98 Thousand 941 votes in this close fight while SP’s Pallavi got 1 Lakh 6 Thousand 278 votes more than him. At the same time, Munsab Ali of BSP stood third by taking 10 thousand 73 votes.

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Sahibabad seat broke all records

The largest assembly of Uttar Pradesh is Sahibabad in Ghaziabad district and BJP’s candidate Sunil Sharma has registered the biggest victory in the assembly elections. Sunil defeated SP-RLD alliance candidate Amarpal Sharma by 2,14,845 votes.

Not only UP, but BJP has also made a huge comeback in four out of five states. So in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party registered a historic victory. Here Congress and BJP seem to be lagging behind. At the same time, the Akali Dal could not show anything great. Former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has lost from Patiala Urban seat of Punjab. Ajitpal Singh Kohli of Aam Aadmi Party has defeated Amarinder Singh by 19 thousand votes. Even before the elections, Amarinder Singh left the Congress and formed his own party.

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Navjot Singh Sidhu has lost the election from Amritsar East. Sidhu was the President of the Punjab Congress and also remained in the race for the post of CM. In Amritsar East, Aam Aadmi Party’s Jeevanjyot Kaur has won, while Navjot Singh Sidhu and Akali Dal’s Bikram Singh Majithia have lost. In Punjab, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has also lost the elections from both the seats, along with Sukhbir Badal has also accepted his defeat.

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So far figures of seats in five states

UP- BJP 274, SP 124, BSP 1, Congress 2, Others 2
Punjab – Congress 18, BJP 2, AAP 92, Akali Dal 4, Others 1
Uttarakhand- BJP 48, Congress 18, AAP 00, Others 4
Goa- BJP 20, Congress 12, TMC 2, AAP 2, Others 4
Manipur- Congress 6, BJP 31, Others 23

Historic return of BJP in Uttarakhand

Whereas in Uttarakhand, BJP has made a tremendous comeback. Here also BJP has shown the myth of not returning the government. But Bhuvan Kapri of Congress has surprised the political pundits by defeating Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami in the Khatima assembly seat in Uttarakhand. In the last election too, Bhuvan lost to Dhami by a margin of only 2700 votes. This time he won by 6951 votes. Despite being the face of the Chief Minister, Dhami was given a tough fight by Congress.

BJP will form government in Goa for the third time

Talking about Goa, the Bharatiya Janata Party is close to the majority figure in the results of the Goa Assembly elections. BJP is busy preparing to form the government for the third time here. In the picture so far, BJP has won 20 seats here. Here 21 seats are needed for the majority. Babush Monserrate defeated his rival Utpal Parrikar by registering victory from the state’s hot seat Panaji. The special thing is that in Goa, BJP in-charge Devendra Fadnavis has expressed displeasure over the defeat of Utpal Parrikar. The term of the 40-seat Goa Legislative Assembly ends on March 15.

Saffron waved in Manipur too

Like UP, Uttarakhand, and Goa, BJP is going to form the government again in Manipur. BJP has achieved the position of an absolute majority by getting 32 seats here. So on the other hand, Congress has won only 5 seats here. While others have won 23 seats.

What happened to the giants?

Dharam Singh Saini

In Nakud assembly seat of Saharanpur district of UP, Mukesh Chaudhary of BJP defeated Dharam Singh Saini in a tussle. BJP got 1,03,771 votes in Nakud seat, while SP got 103616 votes. In this way, Dharam Singh Saini has to face defeat with very small votes. Saini, however, was leading in several rounds of counting. But, in the end, Dharam Singh Saini had to lose the Nakud seat.

Swami Prasad Maurya

OBC leader and SP candidate Swami Prasad Maurya had to face defeat at the hands of BJP candidate Surendra Kushwaha in Kushinagar’s Fazilnagar seat. Swami Prasad had left his traditional seat Padrauna this time and contested from Fazilnagar seat, but changing party and seat did not work. Swami Prasad Maurya also accepted his defeat.
Said that they have lost the election, do not have the courage.

UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya

State Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has lost the election from Sirathu assembly seat in Kaushambi district of Uttar Pradesh. According to the Election Commission results released late Thursday night, Dr. Pallavi Patel of Samajwadi Party has defeated BJP candidate Keshav Maurya by 7 thousand 337 votes.

Capt Amarinder Singh

Captain Amarinder Singh had formed his party in the name of Punjab Lok Congress after being removed from the chief minister’s chair. Captain’s party entered the election fray in alliance with the BJP. Captain Amarinder Singh was in the fray from his traditional seat, Patiala. Captain Amarinder was defeated by Ajit Pal Singh Kohli of Aam Aadmi Party by a margin of about 19,000 votes. Captain got 28007 votes, while AAP’s Ajit got 47704 votes.

Parkash Singh Badal

The strongest fort of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) patron and former five-time Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal has also been destroyed in the storm of AAP. Parkash Singh Badal has lost the election from Lambi seat. Parkash Singh Badal was defeated by Gurmeet Singh Khudia of Aam Aadmi Party by 11,357 votes. Badal, who entered the election field at the age of 94, got 54360 votes. AAP candidate got 65717 votes.

Sukhbir Badal

SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal has also suffered an electoral defeat. Sukhbir Badal was defeated by Jagdeep Kamboj of Aam Aadmi Party by a huge margin of 29024 votes in Jalalabad assembly seat of Punjab. Jagdeep got 85534 votes while Sukhbir Badal could get only 56510 votes.

Sidhu and Majithia lost from Amritsar East

Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu has lost from Amritsar East assembly seat. Along with Sidhu, his arch-rival Bikram Singh Majithia has also lost the electoral battle. Both the veterans were defeated by Jeevan Jyot Kaur of the Aam Aadmi Party. Jeevan Jyot got 39520 votes while Sidhu got 32807 and Bikram Singh Majithia could get only 25112 votes.

Farmer Leader Rajewal

In the Punjab Assembly elections, the United Samaj Morcha formed by the farmers’ organizations and other farmers’ parties had also fielded candidates. This attempt to capitalize on the sympathy arising out of the peasant movement proved to be unsuccessful. Punjab’s biggest farmer leader Balbir Singh Rajewal has lost the election from the Samrala assembly seat. Rawal has not only lost, but he also could not even save his deposit.