According to the Election Commission’s last update at 5 p.m., the Aam Aadmi Party is on track for a landslide victory in Punjab assembly elections, while the BJP will retain power with a comfortable margin in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur.
In Punjab, the AAP has won 73 seats and has a 42 percent vote share in 19 others, while the Congress has won 13 seats and has a 22.92 percent vote share in five others. With a vote percentage of 6.6, the BJP took two seats. With 18.4 percent of the vote, the Shiromani Akali Dal has won two seats and is leading in one. One seat was gained by the Bahujan Samaj Party with 1.78 percent of the vote, and one seat was won by an independent candidate.
The incumbent BJP has won 25 seats in Uttar Pradesh and is leading in 277 others with 41.8 percent of the vote, while the Samajwadi Party has yet to win a seat but is leading in 115 seats with 31.8 percent of the vote.
With 3.14 percent of the vote, the Rashtriya Lok Dal is leading in only seven seats, while the BSP has won one seat and is leading in five others with 12.9% of the vote.
The BJP has won 15 seats and is leading in 32 others in Uttarakhand as of 5 p.m., while the main opposition party, the Congress, has only won four seats and is leading in 15 others with 37.97% vote share. With 4.86 percent of the vote, the BSP is leading in two seats, while two independents have 3.51 percent.
The BJP won 20 seats in Goa with 33.3 percent of the vote, the Congress nine seats and is leading in two others with 23.49 percent, the Goa Forward Party one seat with 1.84 percent of the vote, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) two seats with 7.60 percent of the vote, and the independents three seats.
In Manipur, the BJP has won 15 seats and is leading in 14 others, indicating that it is likely to retain power, whereas the Congress has won three seats and is leading in one. With 10.85 percent of the vote, the Janata Dal (U) has won five seats and is leading in two others; the Kuki People’s Alliance has won one seat and is leading in one constituency; and the Naga People’s Front has won three seats and is now leading in two constituencies. The National People’s Party has won two seats and leads in five others, while the independents have won two seats and lead in one.