In 5 states including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, the counting of votes started at eight in the morning in all the assembly seats. BJP is leading in the initial trends of UP. Within the first 26 minutes, in the trends of UP, BJP touched the figure of 100 seats. In the trends, Samajwadi Party is ahead in 50 seats. BSP is ahead in 3 and Congress on 2 seats.
In Uttarakhand, there is an equal fight between BJP and Congress. In the first half hour, both the parties were leading in 27-27 seats. At the same time, in the trends of Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party is leading on 28 seats and Congress on 18 seats.
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Where is counting on how many seats
The people of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur and Punjab had exercised their votes. The elections in Uttar Pradesh started with the first phase of voting on 10 February and ended with the seventh round of voting on 7 March. The results of the elections held for 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh, 117 in Punjab, 40 in Goa, 70 in Uttarakhand and 60 in Manipur will be declared.
The majority figure is 202 in Uttar Pradesh, 21 in Goa, 36 in Uttarakhand, 31 in Manipur and 59 in Punjab. That is, to form the government in these states, any party will have to win so many seats. Out of the five states where elections have been held, BJP is in government in 4. The ‘lotus’ is blooming in Goa, UP, Uttarakhand and Manipur, while the Congress is in power in Punjab.
Who will get the seat of UP, it will be decided today. If Yogi Adityanath makes BJP return to power after completing his five-year term, he will be the first chief minister to do so. He will be the first Chief Minister of BJP who will become Chief Minister for the second consecutive time. If Yogi becomes the Chief Minister, after 2007, he will be the first leader who contested the assembly elections as a CM candidate.