Sunday, March 12, 2017

Assembly Result 2017; Winners and losers in the 5 states.

The election, whose result were declared yesterday, was a test for the many party firstly it tested can the Modi wave turn around the BJP's fortunes in the Uttar Pradesh, secondly it tested can Aam Aadmi Party win outside Delhi, thirdly it tested can the Congress save itself by joining hands with the Samajwadi Party in the Uttar Pradesh. The result, which declared yesterday, showed that who cleared the test and who fail in the test.

After the intense and busy campaign in the Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur and Goa, yesterday t was the time for the candidates to see their fate unfold as the counting of votes started at 8 pm.

Let us know who cleared the test with the flying colours and who fell flat on their face in his test.

— In the battlefield of Uttar Pradesh, PM Narendra Modi proved that he is the only one and that's why he is one of the most popular leaders in the these times. The roadshows, numerous rallies and his ability to reach out the voters like no one else can, ensured that BJP wins in the Uttar Pradesh election.

— In the Uttar Pradesh, the BJP clinched the 324 seats and set to form the government in the state after a 14 year of Vanbas.

— The result of assmebly showed that the Akhilesh-Rahul failed to reach out the voters with the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance that just win only 54 seats in a 403 member assembly.

— In the Punjab the result showed that the Captain Amarinder Singh lead the Congress to a convincing victory at a time when the Congress party is losing the big states to the BJP. Out of the 117 assembly seats, the Congress is won 77 seats.

While the Amarinder Singh already has been declared chief ministerial candidate in Punjab by Rahul Gandhi, there are rumours that who will be the next deputy chief minister of the Punjab. Many of political analysts feel that the Navjot Singh Sindhu, who won from the Amritsar East constituency, stands a good chance.

— The Aam Adami Party who turned out to be a big loser as the result declared. The various pollsters had given Arvind Kejriwal's party as many as between 50-55 seats in the Punjab, but the result showed that he hardly managed to win just 20 seats, two more than the Badals got in the election.

— In the Manipur, the result had sprung a surprise on the ruling Okram Ibobi Singh government. The Congress won 28 seats just 7 more than the BJP won in the 60 seat assembly. In this election in Manipur the BJP has managed to make a solid inroads in the Northeast.

— The Goa result showed the hung assembly with the Congress won 15 seats, BJP won 13 seats and GFP-03, NCP-1, MGP-3. The Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar even lost from his constituency Mandrem. And the AAP failed to opent its account in Goa, where the Arvind Kejariwal had campaign and covered many rallies.

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