Results Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, West Bengal and Rajasthan Assembly Bypolls 2014 (Live Update)

Today counts has taken place for the recently held bypolls for vacant assembly seats in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Elections held for 11 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, 9 assembly seats in Gujarat, 2 seats in West Bengal, 1 seat in Telangana and 4 assembly seats in Rajasthan. Most of these seats are of BJP, which became vacant after present MLAs won Loksabha elections.  At the per the trends and results available, it looks that BJP has lost its edge which it gained in the recent Loksabha election. Below find live results of recent bypolls held in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan Assembly election 2014.

Live Results Uttar Pradesh Assembly ByPolls (ByElection) for 11 seats

Trends/Results -

Total Seats -  11
Results/Trends - 11

BJP -  3 (-8)
SP  -    8 (+8)

Live Results Gujarat Assembly ByPolls (ByElection) for 9 seats

Trends/Results -

Total Seats -  9
Results?Trends - 9

BJP -    6 (-3)
Congress  -   3 (+3)

Live Results Rajasthan Assembly ByPolls (ByElection) for 9 seats

Trends/Results -

Total Seats -  4
Results/Trends - 4

BJP -    1 (-3)
Congress  -   3 (+3)

Live Results West Bengal Assembly ByPolls (ByElection) for 9 seats

Trends/Results -

Total Seats -  2
Results/Trends - 2

BJP -    1 (+1)
TMC  -   1 (0)

Time Table/Schedule Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014

Both Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly terms are going to end on 27-10-14 and 08-11-2014 respectively. Therefore, it was important for the Election commission of India to conduct assembly elections in both states before these dates.

The Election commission of India has decided to conduct assembly polls in Haryana and Maharashtra on 15th Oct, 2014. The counting of votes will take place on 19th Oct, 2014.

Electronic Voting machines will be used to conduct these elections. The election commission of India has made 16244 and 90403 polling stations  in Haryana and Maharashtra to conduct these elections.

The total number of voters in Haryana and Maharashtra are 16158117 and 82591826 respectively.

With Assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra, bypolls will also take place one assembly seat in five states (Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Gujarat and UP) and two Loksabha seats of Beed (Maharashtra) and Kandhamal (Odisha)

Five Assembly Seats are -

1) Kanubari (ST)   Arunachal Pradesh
2) Hiyanglam        Manipur
3) Northern Angami  Nagaland
4) Kairana               Uttar Pradesh
5) Rajkot West        Gujarat

Complete Schedule/Time Table Haryana and Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014

Date of Notification -                           20-09-2014
Last Date of Nomination -                   27-09-2014
Date of Secruitny of Nomination -      29-09-2014
Last Date of Withdrawal -                    01-10-2014
Date of Poll  -                                       15-10-2014
Date of Counting Votes -                      19-10-2014

(Date Before Election to be Completed  -  22-10-2014) 

BJP heading for Historical win in Loksabha Election 2014

From the trends of Loksabha election 2014, it is now clear that BJP is heading for historic win. BJP lead NDA is presently ahead in 310 Loksabha seats and BJP is ahead in 250 plus seats.

If BJP wins more than 250 seats in Loksabha election 2014 then it will be first time when BJP will cross 200 seats mark in Loksabha election. The main highlight of this victory of exceptionally better performance of BJP and exceptionally bad performance of Congress.

As per the trends, Congress and its alliance is not going to cross 100 seats in Loksabha. Overall, it is a great win for Narendra Modi and it looks that people of India have voted for development and stable government at the centre. 

Voting Counting for The Loksabha Election2014 and Assembly Election of Telanagana, Seemandhra, Odisha and Sikkim has started

Finally, the Vote Counting for the Loksabha Election2014 and Assembly Election of Telanagana, Seemandhra, Odisha and Sikkim has started. It is a tough job to count millions of votes; however, the Election commission of India is doing it perfectly every time. Now we can hope that first trend of Loksabha election will be available with us very shortly. Because of Electronic Voting Machines, the time of Vote counting has considerably decreased and we get results fast. Vote counting for Loksabha Election will take place at more than 900 counting stations spread across India.

Before, the results of Loksabha election, we can expect Assembly election result because in assembly election less numbers of votes  are required to be counted. All live results and trends will be updated on this site, as soon as they will become available.

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