India Assembly Election Results 2018 Learn what happened
Telangana Election Results: Telangana’s results have been announced. In the TRS, the victory of 88 seats has crossed the majority figure and it is decided to become the Chief Minister of KCR for a second time. In Telangana, the party of KCR has cleared opposition parties. The Congress got 19 seats and the BJP got only one seat. AIMIM has 7 seats in the account The Election Commission had set up 44 counting centers in all the 31 districts of the state between the security forces for the counting of votes in Telangana on Tuesday. The state was voted on December 7.
A total of 1821 candidates, including 135 women and one passenger, were in the fray, out of which 119 winners were declared. Among the counting of votes, the Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee accused the EVM of tampering and gave written complaint to Telangana Chief Election Commission in this regard.
MP Election Results: The result of the Madhya Pradesh assembly election has come. In more than 24 hours, the Congress has emerged as the largest party by winning 114 seats. BJP, which has been in power for 15 years, has won 109 seats. That is, the magic of the majority is far from both the parties. In order to form a government, 116 seats are needed in the province. In Madhya Pradesh, Mayawati’s party, BSP won two, Samajwadi Party won one and independents won four seats. Congress can get the support of BSP and Samajwadi Party. In this case, he will cross the majority of the figures (114 + 2 + 1 = 117). The party can also get independents with the independents. The four winning independents are the rebels.
Madhya Pradesh (230 seats)
According to the percentage, the BJP has overtaken the Congress despite the laggards. For the last 15 years, the ruling BJP got 41 percent votes. That is, 15638315 million voters have expressed confidence in BJP. Congress got about one percent fewer votes than BJP. The party has won 40.9 percent of the votes. Congress got 15592288 votes. In Madhya Pradesh, the independents got 5.8 percent, BSP got 5.0 percent, GGP to 1.8 percent, SP got 1.3 percent, AAP got 0.7 percent, SPAPP got 0.4 percent, BASD got 0.2 percent, BSCP got 0.2 percent.
Chhattisgarh Election Results: After the counting of votes for 90 assembly seats in Chhattisgarh, Congress got a huge majority in the state. Where the party has won 65 seats, it is ahead in two seats. While ruling in the state for 15 years, BJP has won just 15 seats. Bahujan Samaj Party also won two seats. Similarly, the Janata Congress (Congress) Chhattisgarh (J) has won five seats. Please tell that in the initial few hours of counting of votes, there was a strong fight between the two parties. During this, it seemed that BJP might come to power once more. Chief Minister Raman Singh (Rajnandgaon seat) and BJP president Dharlamal Kaushik (Bilha seat) are proceeding. Former Chief Minister Ajit Jogi’s party Janata Congress, Chhattisgarh (J), BSP and CPI alliance is ahead in eight seats. Ajit Jogi and Kota from his Marwahi seat, his wife Renu Jogi is moving forward. Here Congress will come to power after 15 years. So far, there was Ramnagar-led BJP government. But this time, the BJP seems to be far away from the majority. Three-tier security arrangements have been made for the counting of the Chhattisgarh Assembly Elections. Videography of counting is also happening. The counting of ballot ballots was counted first by every returning officer in the counting hall. After 30 minutes of counting of postal ballot count, votes counted in the EVM was started.
Rajasthan Election Results: Results of all 199 seats in Rajasthan’s counting of votes have come. According to the results available on the Election Commission website, Congress has won 99 seats in Rajasthan while BJP has won 73 seats. On the other hand, there were 13 seats in the names of independent candidates. While Bahujan Samaj Party has won six seats in its name. At the same time, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has two, the Indian Tribal Party has two, the National Lok Dal one, the National Democratic Party has three seats. The Congress party is going to form a government in the state in collaboration with its allies. Let us state that in the beginning, Congress had increased the majority of the figure to 101 seats while the BJP got an edge over 70 seats. It is a special fact that the Bahujan Samaj Party and other candidates in Rajasthan also performed better. The BSP seems to get four more seats and the other candidates get 21 seats. Seeing the sign of Congress’s return, party workers have come in the celebration mode. In Delhi outside the party office, activists are celebrating and burning fireworks with each other’s sweet mouth. About 20,000 employees are in the counting of votes from 8 o’clock in the morning. Chief Election Officer Anand Kumar told reporters that counting of votes is being done on 35 centers in the state. Polling for 199 seats out of 200 of the state had happened on December 7. Kumar said that strict security arrangements have been made in the area of counting and the surrounding area. Counting began with the counting of postal votes and after that calculation of EVM is going on. Kumar said that in order to ensure fairness in the counting of votes, the mandatory verification method adopted by the Election Commission will also be implemented in this calculation. Say that the BJP got 163 seats in the 2013 assembly elections. Apart from this, Congress got 21 seats, BSP three, NPP four and independents and others got nine seats. However, after the mid-term elections, the BJP has 160 MLAs, Congress 25, BSP two and three NPP MLAs.
Mizoram Election Results: Mizoram National Front (MNF) has secured the majority in the counting of votes for elections in 40 seats of Mizoram Assembly. The Mizo National Front has returned to power after 10 years. In the total of 40 seats released by Election Commission (Election Commission), the MNF party has won 26 seats while securing the majority. Congress lost 26 seats and could win only 5 seats. For the first time, BJP opened an account in Mizoram and captured one seat. Mizoram’s Chief Minister Lal Thanhawl has lost from T.J.LalanTalung of MNF with a margin of 856 votes from South Chumphi South. He has also lost from Sherchhip seat. The Congress had won 34 seats in the 2013 assembly elections while the MNF was able to capture five seats. The state power was seized from MNF in 2008.
Dr. F. Lalnunmaiya of MNF defeated Agriculture Minister KS Thenga at Aizawl South-3 seat by a margin of 2,037 votes. Lalchaliyana (MNF), the former Assembly Speaker, defeated the sole woman legislator, Vanlalampu Chautthu, from Hargatuzo seat, while MNF’s Lalrenoma defeated the ruling Congress’s Sangjla Talu and retained the Tuichum seat. Dr. K. Bichua and Lalrukhakima of the MNF have retained their seats respectively from Saiha and West Aizawl-2. Former Home Minister Towluee defeated his closest opponent ZPM’s W. Touenouma by 701 votes and won the Tuichang seat.
Mizoram was voted on Tuesday for a 40-member assembly election. The Congress and the main opposition MNF fielded candidates in 40-40 seats, while the BJP was in the fray in 39 seats. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, and Congress President Rahul Gandhi also campaigned in Mizoram.
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