Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election results
OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO SRIMAN NARENDRA MODI!
He has surpassed his own previous record of winning and did a fabulous hat trick!
only 54 seats not showing trend. If we split it on what has happend so far then BJP’s total is 123! I predicted 122.
I am predicting atleast 122 seats for BJP.
Worst case scenario has occured for the Congress in Gujarat. Keshubhai Patel’s GPP has eaten into Congress’s votebank in Saurashtra and helped the BJP win, say analysts
11:21 am: BJP leading in 8 of the 12 Muslim dominated constituencies
11:19 am: Modi aide Amit Shah wins from Naranpura
11:17 am: Himachal goes to Congress. leads are Cong 39 BJP 24
Ahmedabad: According to the latest trends on all 182 seats, the BJP is leading in 114 and the Congress in 64. The GPP and others lead in 2 seats each.
The BJP is leading in 115 seats and the Congress in 64. Keshubhai Patel’s GPP stands routed with leads in just 2 seats while others lead in 1.
The GPP is routed with leads in just 2 seats while Narendra Modi is set for a third term as Chief Minister with the BJP leading in 114 seats. The Congress leads in 64 seats and others in 1.
Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:15am IST
(Reuters) Narendra Modi on course to be re-elected as chief minister of Gujarat, while Congress look set to take back power from the BJP in Himachal Pradesh.
GUJARAT ELECTION RESULTS:
Status known for 181 of 182 constituencies
BJP – leading 113
Congress – leading 62
Nationalist Congress Party – leading 1
Janata Dal (United) 1
Others – leading 4
HIMACHAL PRADESH ELECTION RESULTS:
Status known for 65 of 68 constituencies
BJP – leading 24
Congress – leading 37
Others – leading 3
(Last updated at 1114 IST)
9:50 am: Half way mark reached in style. According to NDTV, its BJP-106, Congress-62, Others-4.
10:00 am: Time for tea-break? Let’s hop over to Himachal Pradesh to check what is going on there. Complete role reversal in Congress’s fortunes. It has reached the half way mark with leads in 35 seats out of the 68 seats. BJP gets 22. No wonder Congress leader Virbhadra Singh said,” I am confident that Congress will form the government.”