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Assembly election results 2022: Break-up of seats of leading parties in all 5 states

Below here, you can check the break-up of seats of leading political parties in Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh assemble elections.

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New Delhi: The counting of votes is still going on in three states since today morning. However, it has become clear that BJP has won four out of five states in the 2022 Assembly elections. In Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party is set to form its government under the leadership of Bahwant Mann. Below here, you can check the break-up of seats of leading political parties in Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. It is based on the data released by the Election Commission of India.

Punjab Assembly Election 2022

The EC has completed the counting of votes in Punjab on the total 117 seats. The data of state shows AAP has won 92 seats, followed by Indian National Congress (18), Shiromani Akali Dal (3), and Bhartiya Janata Party (2).

Goa Assembly Election 2022

In Goa, the counting of votes is now over on the total 40 assembly seats. The data of state shows the BJP wins the highest 20 seats while Indian National Congress bags 11. The AAP and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak party tied with 2 seats.

Manipur Assembly Election 2022

According to the counting of votes in Manipur on 60 seats, the BJP has so far secured 32 seats. National People’s party and Janata Dal (United) got 6 seats each. Congress and Naga Peoples Front also won five seats each.

Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2022

The EC has released the data on 66 seats out of 70 seats in the Uttarkhand election. The BJP has so far won 46 seats followed by the Congress (17).

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022

In the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly election, BJP again emerged as the single largest party by winning 220 seats. Samajwadi Party may get between 75-125 seats. Mayawati-led BSP is likely to win only one seat. Rashtriya Lok Dal or Apna Dal may become the third largest party after the SP. Apna Dal has so won 9 seats and is leading on three seats while RLD candidates have won 8 seats.

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