All Winning Candidates Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Constituency Wise

Find Below List of All Winning Candidates Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Constituency Wise. This List will be updated as soon as results of Gujarat Assembly election 2012 will become available.


Constituency        Winning Candidate                                      Margin               Second Candidate  

1) Abdasa    CHHABILBHAI NARANBHAI PATEL (INC)  won by 7613      BHANUSHALI JAYANTILAL PARSOTTAM(BJP)   
2) Akota   SAURABH PATEL (BJP)   Won by 49867 from  PATEL LALITBHAI THAKORBHAI (INC)
3) Amraiwadi  PATEL HASMUKHBHAI SOMABHAI (BJP) Won by 65425 from GADHVI BIPINBHAI GOPALBHAI (INC)  
4) Amreli  PARESH DHANANI (INC)  won by 29893 from  DILEEP SANGHANI  (BJP) 
5) Anand   DILIPBHAI MANIBHAI PATEL (BJP) won by 987 from  KANTIBHAI SODHAPARMAR (BHAGAT) (INC) 
6) Anjar  AHIR VASANBHAI GOPALBHAI (BJP)  won by 4728 from V. K. HUMBAL (INC)
7) Anklav  AMIT CHAVDA (INC)  won by 30319  from SOLANKI JASAVANTSINH AMARSINH (JASHUBHA) (BJP)
8) Ankleshwar  ISHWARSINH THAKORBHAI PATEL (BJP) won by 31443 PATEL MAGANBHAI BALUBHAI (MASTER)  (INC)
9) Asarwa  RAJANIKANT MOHANLAL PATEL (R.M.PATEL) (BJP) won by 35045 SURAJKAR MANGALBHAI HIRABHAI (MANGAL SURAJKAR) (INC)
10) Balasinor CHAUHAN MANSINH KOHYABHAI (INC) won by 17171 PATHAK RAJESHBHAI URFE PAPPUBHAI GAJANAN (BJP)
11) Bapunagar  RAJPUT JAGRUPSINH GIRDANSINH (BJP) won by 2603 from  SHYANI DHIRUBHAI THAKARSHIBHAI (INC)
12)  Bardoli  PARMAR ISHWARBHAI ALIAS ANILBHAI RAMANBHAI (BJP)  won by 22272 from RANA NITINBHAI GOPALBHAI (INC)
13) Bayad  VAGHELA MAHENDRASINH SHANKERSINH (INC)  won by 35923 from JHALA UDESINH PUJAJI (BJP)
14)  Becharaji PATEL RAJANIKANT SOMABHAI (BJP) won by 6456 from DARBAR RAJENDRASINH UDESINHJI (INC)
15)  Bharuch DUSHYANTBHAI RAJNIKANT PATEL (BJP) won by 37190 from SANDIP MANGROLA (INC)
16)  Bhavnagar East  DAVE VIBHAVARIBEN VIJAYBHAI (VIBHAVARI DAVE) (BJP)  won by 39508 from JOSHI RAJESHBHAI MAHENDRABHAI (RAJESH JOSHI) (INC)
17) Bhavnagar Rural  PARSHOTTMBHAI ODHAVJIBHAI SOLANKI (BJP) won by 18554  from GOHIL SHAKTISINH (INC)
18)  Bhavnagar West  JITENDRABHAI SAVJIBHAI VAGHANI (JITU VAGHANI) (BJP)  won by 53893 from MANSUKHBHAI RAIYABHAI KANANI (DR. KANANI) (INC)
19) Bhiloda  ANIL JOSHIYARA (INC)  won by 31543 from  NILABEN HASMUKHBHAI MADIYA (BJP)
20) Bhuj  DR.NIMABEN AACHARYA (BJP0 won by 8973 from AMIRALI HAJIHUSHEN LODHIYA (INC)
21)  Borsad  PARMAR RAJENDRASINH DHIRSINH (INC) won by 21034 from SOLANKI NAYNABEN RAMANBHAI (BJP)
22)  Botad  MANIYA THAKARSHIBHAI DEVJIBHAI (BJP)  won by 10005  from KUNVARJIBHAI MOHANBHAI BAVALIYA (INC)
23)  Chanasma  DILIPKUMAR VIRAJIBHAI THAKOR (BJP)  won by 16824  from THAKOR DINESHBHAI AATAJI (INC)
24)  Chhota Udaipur  RATHWA MOHANSINH CHHOTUBHAI (INC) won by 2305 from GULSINGBHAI RANGLABHAI RATHWA (BJP)
25) Choryasi  PATEL RAJENDRABHAI PARABHUBHAI (RAJABHAI) (BJP)  won by 67638  from PATEL SATISHBHAI CHAMPAKBHAI (INC)
26)  Chotila  SHAMJIBHAI BHIMJIBHAI CHAUHAN (BJP)  won by 11972  from FATEPARA DEVJIBHAI GOVINDBHAI (INC)
27)  Dabhoi  PATEL BALKRISHNABHAI NARANBHAI (BJP)  won by 5122  from PATEL SIDDHARTH CHIMANBHAI (INC)
28)  Dahod  PANADA VAJESINGBHAI PARSINGBHAI (INC)  won by 39548 from PALAS NAGARSINH KASNABHAI (BJP)
29)  Dangs  GAVIT MANGALBHAI GANGAJIBHAI (INC)  won by 2422  from PATEL VIJAYBHAI RAMESHBHAI (BJP)
30)  Danilimda  SHAILESH MANUBHAI PARMAR (INC) won by 14301 from GIRISH PARMAR (BJP)
31)  Danta  KHARADI KANTIBHAI KALABHAI  (INC)  won by 26990  from GAMABHAI BHIKHABHAI KHARADI (BJP)
32) Dariapur  GYASUDDIN HABIBUDDIN SHEKH (INC)  won by 2621  from BHARAT BAROT (BJP)
33) Dasada  MAKWANA PUNAMBHAI KALABHAI (BJP)  won by 10640  from MANHARLAL MAGANLAL MAKWANA (INC)
34)  Daskroi  PATEL BABUBHAI JAMNADAS (BJP)  won by 37633 from BARAIYA LAXMANBHAI AMBALAL (INC)
35)  Dediyapada  MOTILAL PUNIABHAI VASAVA (BJP)  won by 2555 from AMARSINH RAMSINH VASAVA (INC)
36)  Deesa  VAGHELA LILADHARBHAI KHODAJI (BJP) won by 17706  from  JOSHI RAJENDRAKUMAR DHUDALAL(RAJUBHAI JOSHI) (INC)
37)  Dehgam  RATHOD KAMINIBA BHUPENDRASINH (INC)  won by 2297  from THAKOR ROHITJI CHANDUJI (BJP)
38)  Deodar  CHAUHAN KESHAJI SHIVAJI (BJP) won by 20809 from RABARI GOVABHAI HAMIRABHAI (INC)
39)  Devgadbaria  KHABAD BACHUBHAI MAGANBHAI (BJP)  won by 83753  from CHAUHAN BHUPENDRASINH CHIMANSINH (NCP)
40) Dhandhuka  KOLIPATEL LALJIBHAI CHATURBHAI (BJP)  won by 28277  from M M SHAH (INC)
 41) Dhanera  PATEL JOITABHAI KASNABHAI (INC)  won by 30291  from PUROHIT VASANTBHAI RANCHHODJI (BJP)
42)  Dharampur PATEL ISHWARBHAI DHEDABHAI (INC) won by 15298  from CHAUDHARI SUMITRABEN BATUKBHAI (BJP)
43) Dhari  KOTADIYA NALINBHAI NANJIBHAI (GPP)  won by 1575 from KOKILABEN JAYSUKHBHAI KAKADIYA (INC)
44) Dholka  CHUDASAMA BHUPENDRASINH MANUBHA (BJP)  won by 18845  from CHAVDA PRADYUMANSINH PRATAPBHAI (INC)
45)  Dhoraji  RADADIYA VITTHALBHAI HANSRAJBHAI (INC)  won by 2943  from PATEL HARILAL MADHAVJIBHAI (BJP)
46) Dhrangadhra  KAVADIYA JAYANTIBHAI RAMJIBHAI (BJP)  won by 17403  from PATEL JAYESHBHAI HARILAL (INC)
47)  Dwarka  PABUBHA VIRAMBHA MANEK (BJP) won by 5616  from AHIR KANDORIYA MULUBHAI RANMALBHAI (INC)
48)  Ellisbridge  SHRI RAKESH SHAH  (BJP)  won by 76672  from KAMLESHKUMAR BABULAL SHAH (INC)
49)  Fatepura  KATARA RAMESHBHAI BHURABHAI (BJP)  won by 6264  from MACHHAR DITABHAI BHIMABHAI (INC)
50) Gadhada  ATMARAM MAKANBHAI PARMAR (BJP)  won by 10342  from MARU PRAVINBHAI TIDABHAI (INC)
51)  Gandevi  PATEL MANGUBHAI CHHAGANBHAI (BJP)  won by 26177  from PATEL BHARTIBEN NARDEVBHAI (INC)
52)  Gandhidham  MAHESHWARI RAMESH VACHCHHRAJ (BJP)  won by 21313  from CHAVADA JAYSHREEBEN AJITBHAI INC
53)  Gandhinagar North  PATEL ASHOKKUMAR RANCHHODBHAI (BJP)  won by 4225  from PATEL SURESHKUMAR CHATURDAS (INC)
54) Gandhinagar South  THAKOR SHAMBHUJI CHELAJI (BJP) won by 8011 from THAKOR JUGAJI NATHAJI (INC)
55) Garbada BARIYA CHANDRIKABEN CHHAGANBHAI (INC)  won by 35774  from RATHOD MOHINDRABEN AJITSINH (BJP)
56)  Gariadhar KESHUBHAI HIRJIBHAI NAKRANI (BJP) won by 16028  from MANGUKIYA BABUBHAI MAVAJIBHAI (INC)
57)  Ghatlodia  PATEL ANANDIBEN MAFATBHAI (BJP)  won by 110395  from PATEL RAMESHBHAI PRAHLADBHAI (DUDHWALA) (INC)
58) Godhra  C.K.RAULJI (INC)  won by 2868  from CHAUHAN PRAVINSINH PRABHATSINH (BJP)
59) Gondal  JADEJA JAYRAJSINH TEMUBHA (BJP)  won by 19766  from ZADAFIA GORDHANBHAI PRAGAJIBHAI (GPP)
60) Halol  PARMAR JAYDRATHSINHJI CHANDRASINHJI (BJP)  won by 33206  from PARMAR RAJENDRASINH BALVANTSINH (INC)
61)  Himatnagar  CHAVDA RAJENDRASINH RANJITSINH (RAJUBHAI CHAVDA) (INC)  won by 12356 from PATEL PRAFULBHAI KHODABHAI (BJP)
62)  Idar  RAMANLAL ISHVARLAL VORA (BJP) won by 11380  from SOLANKI RAMABHAI VIRCHANDBHAI (INC)
63)  Jalalpore R.C.PATEL (BJP)  won by 17867  from RANJITBHAI (MUNNABHAI) DAHYABHAI PANCHAL (INC)
64) Jamalpur - Khadia  BHATT BHUSHAN ASHOK (BJP) won by 6331  from SAMIRKHAN VAJIRKHAN SIPAI (INC)
65) Jambusar  CHHATRASINHJI PUJABHAI MORI (BJP)  won by 18730  from MAKWANA KIRANKUMAR LAXMANBHAI (INC)
66) Jamjodhpur  SHAPRIYA CHIMANBHAI DHARAMSHIBHAI (BJP)  won by 28191 from AHIR HARDAS KARSHAN KHAVA (INC)
67)  Jamnagar North  JADEJA DHARMENDRASINH MERUBHA (HAKUBHA JADEJA) (INC) won by 9448  from AYAR BERA MULUBHAI HARDASBHAI (BJP)
68)  Jamnagar Rural  RAGHAVJI HANSRAJ PATEL (INC) won by 3304 from FALDU RANCHHODBHAI CHANABHAI (BJP)
69) Jamnagar South TRIVEDI VASUBEN NARENDRABHAI (BJP) won by 2862 from LAL JITENDRA HARIDAS (JITU LAL) (INC)
70)  Jasdan GOHEL BHOLABHAI BHIKHABHAI (INC) won by 10847  from DR.BHARATBHAI KHODABHAI BOGHRA (BJP)
71)  Jetpur RADADIYA JAYESHBHAI VITTHALBHAI (INC) won by 18033 from KORAT JASHUBEN SAVJIBHAI (BJP)
72) Jetpur  RATHAVA JAYANTIBHAI SAVAJIBHAI (BJP)  won by 4273  from RATHAVA SUKHRAMBHAI HARIYABHAI (INC)
73)  Jhagadia VASAVA CHHOTUBHAI AMARSINH (JDU)  won by 13304 VASAVA BALUBHAI CHHOTUBHAI (INC)
74) Jhalod  GARASIYA MITESHBHAI KALABHAI (INC)  won by 40073  from VAGHELA BHAVSINGBHAI DITABHAI (BJP)
75)  Junagadh  MASHRU MAHENDRABHAI LILADHARBHAI (BJP)  won by 13796  from JOSHI BHIKHABHAI GALABHAI (INC)
76)  Kadi  CHAVADA RAMESHBHAI MAGANBHAI  (INC)  won by 1217 from HITU KANODIYA (BJP)
77)  Kalavad S.C.  CHAVDA MEGHJIBHAI AMARABHAI (BJP)  won by 6119  from PARMAR DINESHBHAI RUDABHAI (DR. DINESH PARMAR) (INC)
78) Kalol  RATHOD ARVINDSINH DAMSINH (BJP)  won by 30056  from JADAV RAJENDRASINH CHANDRASINH (INC)
79) Kalol   THAKOR BALDEVJI CHANDUJI (INC)  won by 343  from DR. ATULBHAI KALIDAS PATEL (BJP)
80)  Kamrej  PANSHERIYA PRAFULBHAI CHHAGANBHAI  (BJP)  won by 61371 from BHAGIRATHBHAI MANUBHAI PITHAVDIWALA (INC)
81)  Kankrej  KHANPURA DHARSHIBHAI LAKHABHAI (INC)  won by 600  from VAGHELA KIRTISINH PRABHATSINH (BJP)
82)  Kapadvanj  SHANKERSINH VAGHELA (BAPU) (INC) won by 6597 from DABHI KANUBHAI BHULABHAI (BJP)
83)  Kaprada  CHAUDHARI JITUBHAI HARAJIBHAI (INC) 18685  from PATEL PRAKASHBHAI SHANKARBHAI (BJP)
84)  Karanj  KACHHADIYA JANAKBHAI MANJIBHAI (BJP) won by 49439  from ZALAVADIYA JAYSUKHBHAI DEVCHANDBHAI (INC)
85)  Karjan  PATEL SATISHBHAI MOTIBHAI (BJP) won by 3489  AKSHAYKUMAR ISHWARBHAI PATEL (INC)
86) Katargam  VANANI NANUBHAI BHAGAVANBHAI (BJP) won by 43272 from PANDAV NANDLAL KALABHAI (INC)
87) Keshod  ARVINDBHAI KESHAVBHAI LADANI (BJP) won by 7937  from KOTADIYA MAGANBHAI KARSHANBHAI (INC)
88)  Khambhalia  POONAMBEN HEMATBHAI MAADAM (BJP)  won by 38382 from AHIR EBHA KARSAN KARMUR (INC)
89) Khambhat PATEL SANJAYKUMAR RAMANBHAI (BJP) won by 15386 from CHUDASAMA SANDIPSINH VAJUBHA (INC)
90) Khedbrahma ASHVIN KOTWAL (INC) won by 50137 from MAKWANA BHOJABHAI HUJABHAI (BJP)
91)  Kheralu DHABHI BHARATSIGHJI SANKARJI (BJP) won by 18386 from THAKOR BABUJI UJAMJI (INC)
92) Kodinar SOLANKI JETHABHAI DANABHAI (BJP) won by 8477 from MOHANBHAI MALABHAI VALA (INC)
93) Kutiyana KANDHAL SARMANBHAI JADEJA (NCP) won by 18474 from KARSHANBHAI DULABHAI ODEDRA (BJP)
94) Lathi  BAVKUBHAI NATHABHAI UNDHAD (INC) won by 2764 from KHOKHARIYA VALAJIBHAI NANAJIBHAI (BJP)
95) Limbayat PATIL SANGITABEN RAJENDRABHAI (BJP) won by 30321 from SONVANE SURESH MOHAN (INC)
96) Limbdi  KOLIPATEL SOMABHAI GANDALAL (INC)  won by 1561 from KIRITSINH JITUBHA RANA (BJP)
97)  Limkheda BHABHOR JASHVANTSINH SUMANBHAI (BJP) won by 15331 from BARIA PUNABHAI JESINGBHAI (INC)
98)  Lunawada  PATEL HEERABHAI HARIBHAI (INC) won by 3701 from MALIVAD KALUBHAI HIRABHAI (BJP)
99) Mahesana  PATEL NITINKUMAR RATILAL (BJP)  won by 24205 from PATEL NATVARLAL PITAMBARDAS (INC)
100) Mahudha  THAKOR NATVARSINH FULSINH (INC) won by 13230 from SODHA KHUMANSINH RATANSINH (BJP)
101)  Mahuva MAKWANA BHAVANABEN RAGHAVBHAI (BJP) won by 28352 from BHARATKUMAR BHASKARRAO THAKAR (IND)
102) Mahuva DHODIYA MOHANBHAI DHANJIBHAI (BJP) won by 11687 from ISHVARBHAI NARSIHBHAI VAHIYA (INC)
103) Majura SANGHVI HARSH RAMESHKUMAR (BJP) won by 71556 from JAIN DHANPATRAJ LALCHAND (INC)
104) Manavadar CHAVDA JAWAHARBHAI PETHALAJIBHAI (INC) won by 4402 from RATIBHAI GORDHANBHAI SUREJA (BJP)
105) Mandvi CHHEDA TARACHAND JAGASHI (BJP) won by 8506 from PARMAR KISHORSINH RAJENDRASINH (INC)
106)  Mandvi VASAVA PARBHUBHAI NAGARBHAI (INC) won by 24394 from VASAVA HEMALATABEN MAHESHBHAI (BJP)
107)  Mangrol  VASAVA GANPATSINH VESTABHAI (BJP) won by 31106 from CHAUDHARI TEJASBHAI AMARSINHBHAI (INC)
108) Mangrol CHUDASAMA RAJESHBHAI NARANBHAI (BJP) won by 15714 from DR. CHUDASAMA CHANDRIKABEN KANJIBHAI (INC)
109)  Maninagar NARENDRA MODI (BJP) won by 86373 from BHATT SHWETA SANJIV (INC)
110) Manjalpur  YOGESH PATEL (BJP) won by 51785 from GANDHI CHINNAM SATYAM (CHINNNAM GANDHI) (INC)

All Winning Candidates Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Constituency Wise

Below find list of all winning candidates in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Constituency Wise. This list will be updated as soon as results will become available.

Results Available Below


Constituency           Winning Candidates           Margin of Win      Second Candidate 

1 Anni   KHUB RAM  (INC)      Won  by 1662  from KISHORI LAL  (BJP)
2 Arki   GOVIND RAM SHARMA (BJP) Won by 2075 from SANJAY (INC)
3 Baijnath     KISHORI LAL (INC)       WON by    6652     from     MULKH RAJ  (BJP)      
4 Balh   PRAKASH CHAUDHARY (INC) won by 3116 from INDER SINGH (BJP)
5 Banjar   KARAN SINGH  (INC)  Won by 9292 from KHIMI RAM (BJP)
6 Barsar INDER DUTT LAKHANPAL (INC) Won by 2658 from BALDEV SHARMA (BJP)
7 Bharmour THAKUR SINGH BHARMOURI (INC) WOn by 3467 From JIA LAL (BJP)
8 Bhattiyat  BIKRAM SINGH JARYAL (BJP) Ahead by 111 from KULDEEP SINGH PATHANIA (INC)
9 Bhoranj   ISHWAR DASS DHIMAN (BJP)  Won by 10415 from RAMESH CHAND (INC)
10 Bilaspur  BUMBER THAKUR (INC)  Won by 5141       from SURESH CHANDEL (BJP)
11 Chamba  B. K. CHAUHAN (BJP)  Won by 1934   from PAWAN NAYYAR (INC)
12 Chintpurni   KULDIP KUMAR (INC)  Won by 438 from BALBIR SINGH (BJP)
13 Chopal BALBIR SINGH VERMA (IND) Won by 674 from DR SUBHASH CHAND MANGLATE (INC)
14 Churah   HANS RAJ (BJP)  Won by 2211  from SURINDER BHARDWAJ (INC)
15 Dalhousie ASHA KUMARI (INC)   Won by 7365      From Renu (BJP)
16 Darang   KAUL SINGH  (INC)  Won by 2232     from  JAWAHAR LAL  (BJP)
17 Dehra     RAVINDER SINGH (BJP) Won by 15293    from YOG RAJ (IND)
18 Dharampur  MAHENDER SINGH (BJP) Won by 1041  from CHANDER SHEKHAR (INC)
19 Dharamshala  SUDHIR SHARMA (INC)  Won by 5000   from KISHAN KAPOOR(BJP)
20 Doon   RAM KUMAR (INC)   Won by 3830  from DARSHAN SINGH (IND)
21 Fatehpur SUJAN SINGH PATHANIA (INC)  Won by 7217  from BALDEV THAKUR (BJP)
22 Gagret  RAKESH KALIA (INC)  Won by 4897   SUSHIL KUMAR KALIA (BJP)
23 Ghumarwin RAJESH DHARMANI (INC) Won by 3208  from RAJINDER GARG (BJP)
24 Hamirpur  PREM KUMAR DHUMAL (BJP)  Won by 9302  from NARINDER THAKUR (INC)
25 Haroli  MUKESH AGNIHOTRI (INC)  Won by 5172  from PROF. RAM KUMAR
26 Indora MANOHAR DHIMAN (IND)  won by 7369  from KAMAL KISHOR (INC)
27 Jaisinghpur  YADVINDER GOMA (INC) Won by 9735 from  ATMA KUMAR (BJP)
28 Jaswan-Pragpur  BIKRAM SINGH (BJP) Won by 6093  from NIKHIL RAJOUR (INC)
29 Jawalamukhi  SANJAY RATTAN (INC)  Won by 4025 from Ramesh Chand (BJP)
30 Jawali   NEERAJ BHARTI (INC)  Won by 4434 from Arjan Singh (BJP)
31 Jhanduta  RIKHI RAM KONDAL (BJP) Won by 1199  from DR.BEERU RAM KISHORE (INC)
32 Jogindernagar  GULAB SINGH THAKUR (BJP) Won by 5916 from THAKUR SURENDER PAL (INC)
33 Jubbal-Kotkhai  ROHIT THAKUR (INC) Won by 9095 from NARINDER BRAGTA (BJP)
34 Kangra PAWAN KAJAL (IND) Won by 563  from CHOUDHARY SURENDER KUMAR (INC)
35 Karsog  MANSA RAM (INC)  Won by 4332 from HIRA LAL (BJP)
36 Kasauli  RAJIV SAIZAL (BJP)  Won by 24  from VINOD SULTANPURI (INC)
37 Kasumpti  ANIRUDH SINGH (INC)  won by 9886    PREM SINGH   (BJP)
38 Kinnaur  JAGAT SINGH NEGI (INC) Won by 6288 from TEJWANT SINGH NEGI (BJP)
39 Kullu  MAHESHWAR SINGH (HLP)  Won By 2985  from RAM SINGH (BJP)
40 Kutlehar VIRENDER KANWAR (BJP)  Won by 1692  from RAM DASS (INC)
41 Lahaul & spiti  RAVI THAKUR Won by 3696  from DR RAM LAL MARKANDA (BJP)
42 Manali GOVIND SINGH THAKUR (BJP) won by 3198 from BHUVNESHWAR GAUR (INC)
43 Mandi  ANIL KUMAR (INC)  won by 3930  from  DURGA DUTT (BJP)
44 Nachan  VINOD KUMAR (BJP)  won by 3031 from TEK CHAND DOGRA
45 Nadaun   VIJAY AGNIHOTRI (BJP)  won by 6750 from SUKHVINDER SINGH SUKHU (INC)
46 Nagrota G.S. BALI  (INC)  won by 2743  from ARUN KUMAR (IND)
47 Nahan   RAJEEV BINDAL (BJP)   Won by 12824    from  KUSH PARMAR (INC)
48 Nalagarh  KRISHAN LAL THAKUR (BJP)  Won by 9308  from LAKHVINDER SINGH RANA (INC)
49 Nurpur  AJAY MAHAJAN (INC)  Won by 3367  from RAKESH PATHANIA (IND)
50 Pachhad  SURESH KUMAR (BJP)  Won by 2625 from GANGU RAM MUSAFIR (INC)
51 Palampur   BRIJ BEHARI LAL BUTAIL (INC) Won by 9029 from PARVEEN KUMAR (BJP)
52 Paonta Sahib KIRNESH JUNG (IND) Won by 790  from SUKH RAM (BJP)
53 Rampur  NAND LAL (INC)  won by 9471  from  PREM SINGH DRAIK (BJP)
54 Rohru   MOHAN LAL BRAKTA (INC) Won by 28415  BALAK RAM NEGI. (BJP)
55 Sarkaghat  INDER SINGH (BJP) won by 2204 from RANGILA RAM RAO (INC)
56 Seraj  JAI RAM THAKUR (BJP)  won by 5752 from Tara Thakur
57 Shahpur SARVEEN (BJP) won by 3123 from VIJAI SINGH (INC)
58 Shillai  BALDEV SINGH TOMAR (BJP) won by 1918 from HARSHWARDHAN CHAUHAN (INC)
59 Shimla  SURESH BHARDWAJ (BJP)   Won by 628  from HARISH (INC)
60 Shimla Rural  VIRBHADRA SINGH (INC)  Won by 20000  from ISHWAR ROHAL (BJP)
61 Solan  DHANI RAM SHANDIL (INC) Won by 4472  from KUMARI SHEELA (BJP)
62 Sri Naina Deviji  SH. RANDHIR SHARMA (BJP)  Won by 1385  from RAM LAL THAKUR (INC)
63 Sri Renukaji  VINAY KUMAR (INC)  Won by 655  from HIRDAYA RAM (BJP)
64 Sujanpur     RAJINDER SINGH (IND)  Won by 14166 from  ANITA VERMA (INC)
65 Sullah  JAGJIWAN PAUL (INC) Won by 4428  from VIPIN SINGH PARMAR (BJP)
66 Sundernagar  SOHAN LAL (INC) Won by 8990  from ROOP SINGH (IND)
67 Theog  VIDYA  (INC)   Won by 4276  from RAKESH VERMA (BJP)
68  Una  SAT PAL SINGH SATTI (BJP) Won by 4746 from SATPAL SINGH RAIZADA (INC)

Congress Likely to Win in Himachal and BJP to Retain Gujarat

Early Trends of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 are telling that Congress is likely to Make next government at Himachal Pradesh and BJP is likely to retain Gujarat will consecutive fifth win. BJP is likely to win 110 plus seats in Gujarat if we go by early trends and in Himachal Congress is likely to win 35 plus seats. Gujarat and Himachal results have gone on the same way as predicted by me.

Final Countdown for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012

Final countdown for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 has just started. Within few minutes live results of both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly election 2012 will be available in front of us. These results will clear that which party will winner in this race. You can get all live results of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly election at Live Result update Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Election 2012. Exit Polls have given slight edge to BJP in Himachal Pradesh while in Gujarat, everyone has predicted win of Narindra Modi. So stay tuned for all live coverage of Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Election 2012. As soon results will become available, new updates will be posted to this blog.

Vote Share Himachal Pradesh 2007 and 2003 Assembly Election



Himachal Pradesh will go for Assembly Election on 4th Nov, 2012. The results of election will be declared on 20th Dec, 2012 with Gujarat Assembly Election result. In last Assembly elections, Himachal Pradesh has seen alternative governments of BJP and Congress. In 2003 Assembly Election, Congress won a landslide victory in Himachal Pradesh by winning 43 seats out of total 68 seats. 

On the other hand, BJP just managed to win 16 seats. In this election, vote share of Congress was 41% and BJP was 35%. In this election, HVC also got 6% vote share and vote share of independents was 12.5%. With vote share of 41% Congress managed to win 43 seats in assembly. In 2007 Himachal Assembly Election, HVC merged with Congress however despite this merger vote share of Congress decreased to 39% which was 8% less than total Congress + HVC vote share of 47 combined. 

On the reverse, vote share of BJP increased to 44% with increase of 9% vote share and resulted in 41 seats. Here vote share of independents also decreased by 4.5%. In 2007 assembly election, BSP showed great performance by getting 7.3% vote share, though it managed to win only one seat. In last five years, many things have changed in Himachal Pradesh and biggest worry for BJP in anti-incumbency factor which can decrease vote share of BJP. 

However, main thing to see is that how much affect anti-incumbency factor will play in Himachal Pradesh Election. In Punjab Assembly Election, we just saw reverse of it where BJP-SAD retained their power in Punjab by reversing effect of anti-incumbency. Results of 2012 Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections will be affected by changes in vote shares of these parties. Any positive change will increase overall seats and any negative change will decrease overall seats.

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Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly election 2012 results will be declared on 20th Dec, 2012. Whole of country will watch these results because it will tell mood of general public in these states. These results will also tell how people are taking policies of center and state governments. In both these states, BJP has present governments; therefore, there is lot at stake for BJP. If BJP loses in any of these states then it will definitely become weak in national politics. 

On the other hand, it is test for Congress government at center to see whether people agree with its present economic policies or not. These elections will also tell that PM dreams of Gujarat CM Narendra Modi will see new light or not. In these elections, main fight is clearly between Congress and BJP because other parties do not have much presence in these states. In any election, ordinary people are actual heroes and they decide future of political parties and leaders through their votes. 

Counting of votes for Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Election 2012 will start at 8 AM morning and within few minutes; we can expect trends of election results because EVMs are used for all constituencies in these elections.  On this page, you can get complete and live update of results of both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly election 2012. You will get multiple options to watch live results and updates of elections. 

All option will only appear few minutes before the start of vote counting on 20th Dec, 2012. So stay tuned and bookmark this page for all updates and live results of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012.

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Gurjarat Assembly Election 2012 Live Results

Total  Seats               182
Trends Available    182
Results Available    65

Party             Leading       Won        Total 

BJP                  75           42       117   (+0)
Congress          40              19     59    (-0)
GPP                 0                3        3      (+3)
OTH                1                1        2     (-3)


Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Live Results

Total Seats                68
Trends Available        68
Results Available      56

Party               Leading     Won     Total

BJP                         5            21    26
Congress                 5            31    36
Other                      2            4       6

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Effect of Gujarat Parivartan Party on BJP’s Performance in Gujarat Election 2012

One of worries for present Gujarat CM Narendra Modi is Gujarat Parivartan Party formed by former BJP CM Keshubhai Patel who recently separated from BJP to create his own party. Keshubhai Patel is former CM of Gujarat and he is one of strong Patel leader from Gujarat. He is unhappy with BJP and CM Narendra Modi from the time, he became CM of Gujarat by taking CM post from Keshubhai.

Fight between Keshubhai Patel and Narendra is not new and he even supported Congress in 2007 Assembly Election; though, his support does not showed any positive effect for Congress. This time, he has gone one step ahead by creating his own party “Gujarat Parivartan Party” because he believes that Gujarat needs a change (Parivartan).

Now, the big question arises is how many seats his party can win in Gujarat Assembly election 2012? Nobody looks to have any answer for this question; however, his party is likely to show some muscle power at 45 Assembly seats where Patels have good influence. If Keshubhai’s Gujarat Parivartan Party showed good performance in upcoming election then it will create some trouble for BJP; however, many experts believe that Keshubhai does not enjoy same popularity he used to enjoy fifteen years back. Moreover, his party is very new just came to existence on 4th August, 2012; therefore, lack presence at ground level.

Same thing also happened with Manpreet Singh Badal’s People's Party ofPunjab (PPP) which was launched with lots of funfair before Punjab Assembly election; however failed to get single seat and on the other hand, it caused more damage to Congress than helping it. Therefore, situation can take any turn in Gujarat Election. If we go by past records than Gujarat Parivartan Party looks strong on paper and weak on ground; however, at present is impossible to predict final outcome and we are required to wait till 20th Dec, 2012 to see final results.

Internal fight likely to Hit Both Congress and BJP in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012

Live Result update Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Eection 2012 

Himachal Pradesh is going to poll on 4th Nov, 2012 and notification for election will be issued on 10th Oct, 2012. Therefore, election battle has intensified in Himachal Pradesh. For complete dates of Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election visit Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule.

With just few days left for final battle, both main rival parties Congress and BJP are working hard to finalize their candidates for Election. However, main worry of both these parties is internal fight faced by these parties. There are many local leaders and present MLAs of both parties who are angry with party for not getting tickets this time.

Many of such leaders and MLAs have decided to contest elections as independent candidates; therefore, increasing trouble for parent parties. Other big issue faced by both parties is fight between top leaders of party who wants their supporters to get maximum tickets so that they can increase their chances for CM post. These internal fights are likely to cost very dearly to both parties because it will decrease numbers of final votes and total winning seats.

Himachal Pradesh Assembly 2012 is likely to see very close fight with any party may winning this election. The party which will succeed in controlling internal fights to maximum extent will likely win this election. Therefore, internal fight is big issue for both BJP and Congress in Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012.

Date of Second Phase of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and Name of Assembly Constituencies

Yesterday, Election commission of India announced dates of polling for Gujarat Assembly Election 2012. Assembly Election in Gujarat will take place in two phases on 13th Dec and 17th Dec, 2012. You can find complete dates and schedule for Gujarat Assembly Election by visiting Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and details.In Second phase of election 95 assembly constituencies will go for polling. Below, you can find names of all 95 ACs going to poll on 17th Dec, 2012 in second phase of Gujarat Assembly election. Results of second phase of voting in Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 will be declared on 20th Dec, 2012.Also visit Date of First Phase of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and Name of Assembly Constituencies

1) Abdasa 
2) Mandvi
3) Bhuj
4) Anjar
5) Gandhidham (SC)
6) Rapar
7) Vav
8) Tharad
9) Dhanera
10) Danta (ST)
11) Vadgam (SC) 
12) Palanpur
13) Deesa
14) Deodar
15) Kankrej
16) Radhanpur
17) Chanasma
18) Patan
19) Sidhpur
20) Kheralu
21) Unjha
22) Visnagar
23) Becharaji
24) Kadi (SC)
25) Mahesana
26) Vijapur
27) Himatnagar
28) Idar (SC)
29) Khedbrahma (ST)
30) Bhiloda (ST)
31) Modasa
32) Bayad
33) Prantij
34) Dahegam
35) Gandhinagar South
36) Gandhinagar North
37) Mansa
38) Kalol
39) Ghatlodia
40) Vejalpur
41) Vatva
42) Ellisbridge
43) Naranpura
44) Nikol
45) Naroda
46) Thakkarbapa Nagar
47) Bapunagar
48) Amraiwadi
49) Dariapur
50) Jamalpur-Khadia
51) Maninagar
52) Danilimda (SC)
53) Sabarmati
54) Asarwa (SC)
55) Daskroi
56) Khambhat
57) Borsad
58) Anklav
59) Umreth
60) Anand
61) Petlad
62) Sojitra
63) Matar
64) Nadiad
65) Mehmedabad
66) Mahudha
67) Thasra
68) Kapadvanj
69) Balasinor
70) Lunawada
71) Santrampur (ST)
72) Shehra
73) Morva Hadaf (ST)
74) Godhra
75) Kalol
76) Halol
77) Fatepura (ST)
78) Jhalod (ST)
79) Limkheda (ST)
80) Dahod (ST)
81) Garbada (ST)
82) Devgadhbaria
83) Savli
84) Vaghodia
85) Chhota Udaipur (ST)
86) Jetpur (ST)
87) Sankheda (ST)
88) Dabhoi
89) Vadodara City (SC)
90) Sayajigunj
91) Akota
92) Raopura
93) Manjalpur
94) Padra
95) Karjan 

Date of First Phase of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and Name of Assembly Constituencies

Yesterday, Election commission of India announced dates of polling for Gujarat Assembly Election 2012. Assembly Election in Gujarat will take place in two phases on 13th Dec and 17th Dec, 2012. You can find complete dates and schedule for Gujarat Assembly Election by visiting Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and details.In first phase of election 87 assembly constituencies will go for polling. Below, you can find names of all 87 ACs going to poll on 13th Dec, 2012 in first phase of Gujarat Assembly election. Also visit - Date of Second Phase of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and Name of Assembly Constituencies

1) Viramgam 
2) Sanand
3) Dholka
4) Dhandhuka
5) Dasada (SC)
6) Limbdi
7) Wadhwan
8) Chotila
9) Dhrangadhra
10) Morbi
11) Tankara
12) Wankaner
13) Rajkot East
14) Rajkot West
15) Rajkot South
16) Rajkot Rural (SC)
17) Jasdan
18) Gondal
19) Jetpur
20) Dhoraji
21) Kalavad – (SC)
22) Jamnagar Rural
23) Jamnagar North
24) Jamnagar South
25) Jamjodhpur
26) Khambhalia
27) Dwarka
28) Porbandar
29) Kutiyana
30) Manavadar
31) Junagadh
32) Visavadar
33) Keshod
34) Mangrol
35) Somnath
36) Talala
37) Kodinar (SC)
38) Una
39) Dhari
40) Amreli
41) Lathi
42) Savarkundla
43) Rajula
44) Mahuva
45) Talaja
46) Gariadhar
47) Palitana
48) Bhavnagar Rural
49) Bhavnagar East
50) Bhavnagar West
51) Gadhada (SC)
52) Botad
53) Nandod (ST)
54) Dediapada (ST)
55) Jambusar
56) Vagra
57) Jhagadia (ST)
58) Bharuch
59) Ankleshwar
60) Olpad
61) Mangrol (ST)
62) Mandvi (ST)
63) Kamrej
64) Surat East
65) Surat North
66) Varachha Road
67) Karanj
68) Limbayat
69) Udhna
70) Majura
71) Katargam
72) Surat West
73) Choryasi
74) Bardoli (SC)
75) Mahuva (ST)
76) Vyara (ST)
77) Nizar (ST)
78) Dangs (ST)
79) Jalalpore
80) Navsari
81) Gandevi (ST)
82) Bansda (ST)
83) Dharampur (ST)
84) Valsad
85) Pardi
86) Kaprada (ST)
87) - Umbergaon (ST)

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and details

Today Election Commission of India announced Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012. As per announced schedule of Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012, Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election will take place in single phase on 4th Nov, 2012. The result of this polling will be declared on 20th Dec, 2012 with Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Results.

The term of current Himachal Legislative Assembly is going to end on 10th Jan, 2013. Therefore, it was important for Election commission of India to conduct Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections before these dates. There are total 68 assembly constituencies in Gujarat and out of which 17 reserved for SC and 3 reserved for ST. The total numbers of electors in Gujarat are 4516054.

Photo electoral rolls will be used in this election and Himachal Pradesh is one of Indian states which has 100% photo Electoral rolls. Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will be used in this election. To conduct Himachal Assembly Election in fair way, there will 7252 polling station spread across Himachal Pradesh? All critical events of Himachal Election will be video filmed to make this election free and fair. Voter Slips will be distributed to all enrolled voters by the District Election Officer.

Any person can use toll free number 1950 for any complaint registration regarding Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012. Below you can find complete detail and information on Himachal Pradesh Assembly election 2012.

Detailed Schedule of Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012

Events                                      Dates 

Issue of Notification                     10.10.2012 (Wednesday)
Last date for making Nominations          17.10.2012 (Wednesday)
Scrutiny of Nominations                   18.10.2012 (Thursday)
Last date for withdrawal of               20.10.2012 (Saturday)
Candidature
Date of Poll                              04.11.2012  (Sunday)
Counting of Votes                         20-12-2-12   (Thursday)

Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and details

Finally, Today Election Commission of India announced Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 dates and schedule. As per announced Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 schedule, Gujarat Election will take place in two phases on 13th Dec, 2012 and 17th Dec, 2012. The results of both the phase will be declared on 20th Dec, 2012 with Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Results. The term of current Legislative Assembly is going to end on 17th Jan, 2013. Therefore, it was important for Election commission of India to conduct Gujarat Assembly Elections before these dates.

There are total 182 assembly constituencies in Gujarat and out of which 13 reserved for SC and 27 reserved for ST. In first phase, 87 assembly constituencies will go for polling and in second phase, 95 assembly constituencies will go for polling. The total numbers of electors in Gujarat are 37815306. Photo electoral rolls will be used in this election. Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will be used to conduct this election. To conduct Gujarat Assembly Election in fair way, there will 44496 polling station spread across Gujarat.

All critical events of Gujarat Election will be video filmed to make this election free and fair. Voter Slips will be distributed to all enrolled voters by the District Election Officer. Any person can use toll free number 1950 for any complaint registration regarding Gujarat Election 2012. Below you can find complete detail and information on Gujarat Assembly election 2012.Also visit - Who will win Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 ? Opinion Poll Gujarat Assembly Election Battle 2012
 
 
Detailed Schedule of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012
 
Events                                   Phase 1           Phase   2

Issue of Notification                   17-11-2012       23-11-2012
Last date for making Nominations        24-11-2012       30-11-2012
Scrutiny of Nominations                 26-11-2012       01-12-2012
Last date for withdrawal of             28-11-2012       03-12-2012
Candidature
Date of Poll                           13-12-2012        17-12-2012
Counting of Votes                                 20-12-2-12

Gujarat Assembly Election Battle 2012

As just final few months left for Gujarat Assembly Election 2012, political temperature of Gujarat in on rise. Eye of whole of Indian media is on Gujarat because everyone wants to see that Gujarat CM Narendra Modi can make it to Gujarat Assembly for third time or not. Gujarat is in rule of BJP government from last 15 years with three consecutive wins in Assembly election out of these three wins BJP got two wins under the leadership of Narinder Modi. In last two assembly elections, BJP has won almost two third majority in state assembly which shows great hold of Modi on Gujarat voters.

This time also he is confidence of repeating same story and presently, he is busy in traveling around Gujarat to tell achievements of his government and failures of central government. In earlier article - Who will win Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 ? Opinion Poll I gave some picture of different possibilities in Gujarat Assembly Election 2012. The biggest advantage with Narendra Modi is weak opposition. Despite all claims by Congress and recently created new party Gujarat Parivartan Party by former BJP CM Keshubhai Patel, it looks unlikely that they will be able to hit hard at Modi. Recent price hike and corruption issues against congress are likely to favor BJP in Gujarat Election; though opposition is also blaming Modi for corruption charges; however, they lack strong evidences.

On the other hand, Narendra Modi looks to be targeting central government with his speech and attacks. Though, some political adversaries of Modi points all this as Modi’s overconfidence. The biggest advantage in favor of Modi is strong discipline in Gujarat BJP which provides him great advantage. Moreover, Narendra Modi is one of favorite candidate for PM post in India as pointed by many surveys. Shortly, Election commission will announce dates of Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 and with this Gujarat Election battle will start once again. What will be the actual results of Gujarat Assemble Eelction 2012 that we will only come to know after the end of these elections; however, one thing is clear that these elections are going to be one of biggest election’s of 2012.

Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and Details

Who will win Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012? (opinion poll)

By the end of this, assembly election in the state of Himachal Pradesh will take place. These elections are likely to be held in the month of November and December. There are total of 68 assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh and any party needs to win 35 assembly seats to make a new government in Himachal. The main fight in Himachal Pradesh is between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress; though, we can see some presence of parties like Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

At present, BJP government is ruling state which it snatched from Congress in 2007 after getting a landslide victory. In 2007 Himachal Pradesh Assembly election, BJP got landslide victory by winning 41 assembly seats out of total 68 assembly seats whereas Congress succeeded in getting 23 seats only. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) also succeeded in getting its first assembly seat in Himachal Pradesh during 2007 election.

Get Live Results Here Live Result update Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Eection 2012

In 2007 Himachal Pradesh assembly election for first time BJP succeeded in getting a landslide victory in state. Now major question in front of us is that will BJP be successful again in repeating 2007 success or Congress will take advantage of anti-incumbency factor? At present, it is hard to predict a clear picture because there are many negative points against both parties.

Congress’s likely Chief Minister candidate Virbhadra Singh is facing corruption charges and there is negative sentiment against congress central government. On the other hand, BJP is facing internal fight between its top BJP leaders of Himachal Pradesh. If we calculate on all parameters then fight looks equal between BJP and Congress; though anti-incumbency likely to help Congress. In near future, it will become clear to us that which party has edge over other as political fever will increase in state.

We can easily see Himachal government ministers and MLAs rushing to their constituencies to vow voters. However, one thing which is against BJP is clear visibility of anti-incumbency factor on ground which will decrease its numbers of seats considerably, Though, final results will depend on all factors together.

Also Visit - Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and details

Important Dates and Schedule of Presidential Election 2012 India

Finally, India is again ready to choose its next President. Present President of India is Pratibha Patil since 25th July, 2007 and she is 12th President of India. Election Commission of India has announced dates of Presidential Election scheduled in the months of June and July, 2012 to elect new President of India. So far, there is no consensus on the name of next President of India; though we can soon hope for announcement in this regard. Both ruling alliance and opposition are silent on names of their presidential candidates and they are consulting their allies to announce their candidates. Number strength is in the hands of ruling UPA; therefore, next likely President will be a UPA candidate. Below, you can check complete details with dates of schedule of Presidential Election 2012 India.

Dates and Schedule of Presidential Election 2012 India

Present Presidential Term Ends -  24 July 

Issuance of Notification -              16 June 

Last Date of Nomination -             30 June

Date of Scrutiny -                           2 July

Last of Withdrawal of
Nomination       -                            4 july

Election Date -                              19 July

Result -                                        22 July


Who will win Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 ? Opinion Poll

At the end of this year, Indian state of Gujarat is going for next Assembly Election. Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 is likely to take place in the month of November or December. Today, Gujarat is one of the fastest developing states of India and it is ruled by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) from last fifteen years. Out of these 15 years of BJP rule in Gujarat, Narendra Modi has remained chief minister of state for more than 11 years and he is also current CM of Gujarat (Holds record for longest tenure).

Get Live Results Live Result update Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat Assembly Eection 2012

In Gujarat, main election battle is between BJP and Congress. There are total of 182 assembly seats in Gujarat Assembly; therefore, any party needs to win more than 92 seats to make next government in state. Now biggest question in front of us is that will BJP and Narendra Modi continue their victory race or will Congress stop them? These elections are one of the biggest and significant elections because results of this election will influence state politics.

Therefore, everyone has full eye on these elections. If Narendra Modi and BJP repeated their past success then BJP and Narendra Modi will emerge stronger at national politics. This win can help Narinder Modi in fulfilling his dream of becoming Prime Minister of India or otherwise, it will ruin his dream. Though at this level, we are required to wait for few more months to see what is stored in future. In 2007 assembly election, Congress was very hopeful of winning Gujarat Assembly election; however, it won only 62 seats out of total 182 seats.

While Narendra Modi led BJP won 117 seats and got comfortable majority in state. 2007 Gujarat Assembly election results clearly indicated that people of Gujarat appreciated Narendra Modi’s policies as CM of Gujarat. If we go by present trend then Narendra Modi looks very strong in state; however, Congress party can surprise him at certain place. Overall, we can give a good edge to Narendra Modi in this election because Congress looks weak in state; however, this trend can change in coming months as election date will come close.

Also Read - Gujarat Assembly Election Battle 2012 
Gujarat Assembly Election 2012 Dates, Schedule and Details

All Winning Candidates Punjab Assembly Election 2012 Constituency Wise


Here find updated list of all successful and leading candidates in Punjab Assembly Election. At present, this list is updating and final list will be available by evening.

1)  Sujanpur(Gen)      DINESH SINGH   BJP won by 23067 votes 
2)  Bhoa(SC)          SEEMA KUMARI    BJP  won by 12129 votes  
3) Pathankot(Gen)   ASHWANI KUMAR SHARMA   BJP won by 17848 votes
4)  Gurdaspur(Gen)  GURBACHAN SINGH BABBEHALI SAD Won by 21560 Votes
5)  Hoshiarpur(Gen)  SUNDER SHAM ARORA  Leading TIKSHAN SUD     BJP Trailing 
6) Dina Nagar(SC)   ARUNA CHAUDHARY  Congress won by 12952 votes 
7) Qadian(Gen)       CHARANJIT KAUR BAJWA  Congress won by 16163 votes
8) Batala(Gen)    ASHWANI SEKHRI    Congress won by 18882 votes 
9) Sri Hargobindpur(SC)   DES RAJ DHUGGA  SAD Won by 7425
10) Fatehgarh Churian(Gen)   TRIPAT RAJINDER SINGH BAJWA  Congress won by 670 votes
11) Dera Baba Nanak(Gen)  SUKHJINDER SINGH Congress won by 2940 votes
12) Ajnala(Gen)    HARPARTAP SINGH AJNALA  Congress Leading
13) Raja Sansi(Gen)   SUKHBINDER SINGH SARKARIA Congress won by 1085 from VIR SINGH LOPOKE    SAD 
14) Majitha(Gen)   BIKRAM SINGH MAJITHIA  SAD won by 47554 votes
15) Jandiala(SC)   BALJIT SINGH JALAL USMA    SAD won by 7277 votes
16) Amritsar North(Gen)    ANIL JOSHI   BJP Won by 16975 Votes
17) Amritsar West(SC)    RAJ KUMAR   Congress Won by 11589 Votes
18) Amritsar Central(Gen) OM PARKASH SONI  Congress Won 12793 Votes
19) Amritsar East(Gen)   NAVJOT SIDHU  BJP Won with 7101 Votes
20) Amritsar South(Gen) INDERBIR SINGH BOLARIA SAD won by 15054 Votes
21) Attari(SC)  GULZAR SINGH RANIKE   SAD Won with 4980 Votes
22) Tarn Taran(Gen)   HARMEET SINGH SANDHU  SAD Won by 4623 Votes
23) Khem Karan(Gen)   VIRSA SINGH   SAD won by 13103 votes 
24) Patti(Gen)   ADESH PARTAP SINGH KAIRON  SAD won by 45 votes
25) Khadoor Sahib(Gen)   RAMANJIT SINGH SIKKI Congress Won by 3047 Votes RANJIT SINGH BRAHAMPURA  SAD lost 
26) Baba Bakala(SC)  MANJIT SINGH MANNA MIANWIND  SAD won by 29208 votes
27) Bholath(Gen) BIBI JAGIR KAUR  SAD won by 6928 votes
28)  Kapurthala(Gen)   RANA GURJIT SINGH  Congress won by 14471 votes
29) Sultanpur Lodhi(Gen)  NAVTEJ SINGH  Congress Won by 4267 Votes 
30) Phagwara(SC)  SOM PARKASH  BJP Won by 14572 votes 
31) Phillaur(SC)  AVINASH CHANDER  SAD won by 123 votes
32) Nakodar(Gen)  GURPARTAP SINGH WADALA  SAD won by 8587 seats
33)  Shahkot(Gen)   AJIT SINGH KOHAR  SAD won by 5425 Votes
34)  Kartarpur(SC)  SARWAN SINGH  SAD won by 819 Votes
35)  Jalandhar West(SC)   CHUNI LAL BHAGAT  BJP won by 11343 votes
36)  Jalandhar Central(Gen)  MANORANJAN KALIA BJP won by 1065 RAJINDER BERI  Congress Lost 
37)  Jalandhar North(Gen)   K.D.BHANDARI   BJP won by 1699 Votes
38)  Jalandhar Cantt.(Gen)   PARGAT SINGH  SAD won by 6797 Votes
39)  Adampur(SC)   PAWAN KUMAR TINU   SAD  won by 19304 Votes
40) Mukerian(Gen)   RAJNISH KUMAR   IND won by 12103 votes
41)  Dasuya(Gen)   AMARJIT SINGH   BJP  won by 6194 votes
42)  Urmar(Gen)  SANGAT SINGH  Congress won by 5511 votes 
43)  Sham Chaurasi(SC)  MOHINDER KAUR JOSH  SAD won by 5319 votes CHAUDHARY RAM LUBHAYA  Congress Lost
44) Garhshankar(Gen)  SURINDER SINGH BHULEWAL RATHAN  SAD won by 6296 votes
45) Banga(SC)  TARLOCHAN SINGH Congress won by 3199 votes
46) Nawan Shahr(Gen)  GURIQBAL KAUR Congress won by 1818 votes 
47) Balachaur(Gen)   NAND LAL  SAD  Won with 14734 Votes 
48) Anandpur Sahib(Gen)  MADAN MOHAN MITTAL   BJP won by 7879 votes
49)  Rupnagar(Gen)  DR DALJIT SINGH CHEEMA  SAD won by 8882 votes
50)  Chamkaur Sahib(SC)  CHARANJIT SINGH CHANNI  Congress won by 3658 votes
51) Kharar(Gen)   JAGMOHAN SINGH  Congress won by 6776 seats
52)  S.A.S. Nagar(Gen)   BALBIR SINGH SIDHU  Congress won by 16752 votes
53)  Bassi Pathana(SC)  JUSTICE NIRMAL SINGH  SAD won by 11145 votes
54) Fatehgarh Sahib(Gen)  KULJIT SINGH NAGRA  Congress won by 4368 votes
55) Amloh(Gen)   RANDEEP SINGH  Congress won by 2542 votes
56)  Khanna(Gen)  GURKIRAT SINGH Congress won by 7272 votes RANJIT SINGH TALWANDI  SAD Lost
57)  Samrala(Gen)   AMRIK SINGH   Congress won by  8940  votes
58)  Sahnewal(Gen)   SHARANJIT SINGH DHILLON  SAD Leading
59)  Ludhiana East(Gen)   RANJIT SINGH DHILLON  SAD Leading
60) Ludhiana South(Gen)  BALWINDER SINGH BAINS  IND Leading
61)  Atam Nagar(Gen)   SIMARJIT SINGH BAINS  IND Leading
62)  Ludhiana Central(Gen)  SURINDER KUMAR DAWAR  Congress leading 
63)  Ludhiana West(Gen)  BHARAT BHUSHAN ASHU  Congress leading 
64)  Ludhiana North(Gen)  PARVEEN BANSAL  BJP  leading 
65) Gill(SC)  DARSHAN SINGH SHIVALIK   SAD Leading 
66)  Payal(SC)  LAKHVIR SINGH  Congress leading 
67)  Dakha(Gen)  MANPREET SINGH AYALI   SAD leading
68)  Raikot(SC)   GURCHARAN SINGH  Congress Leading
69)  Jagraon(SC)   S R KALER   SAD  Leading
70)  Nihal Singh Wala(SC)  RAJWINDER KAUR  SAD leading
71)  Bhagha Purana(Gen)  MAHESHINDER SINGH SAD leading
72)  Moga(Gen)  PARAMDEEP SINGH GILL SAD LEading 
73) Dharamkot(Gen)  TOTA SINGH   SAD Leading
74)  Zira(Gen)   HARI SINGH  SAD Leading
75)  Firozpur City(Gen)  PARMINDER SINGH PINKI  Congress Leading
76)  Firozpur Rural(SC)  JOGINDER SINGH ALIAS JINDU  SAD Leading
77)  Guru Har Sahai(Gen  GURMEET SINGH SODHI   Congress Leading
78) Jalalabad(Gen)  SUKHBIR SINGH BADAL  SAD Leading
79)  Fazilka(Gen)   SURJIT KUMAR JYANI  BJP  Leading
80)  Abohar(Gen)  SUNIL KUMAR JAKHAR  Congress Leading
81)  Balluana(SC)  GURTEJ SINGH GHURIANA  SAD leading
82)  Lambi(Gen)  PARKASH SINGH BADAL  SAD Leading
83)  Gidderbaha(Gen) AMRINDER SINGH RAJA WARRING Congress Leading
84)  Malout(SC)   NATHU RAM Congress Leading
85)  Muktsar(Gen)  KANWARJIT SINGH ROZY BARKANDI  SAD leading 
86)  Faridkot(Gen) DEEP MALHOTRA   SAD Leading
87)  Kotkapura(Gen)   MANTAR SINGH BRAR  SAD leading
88)  Jaitu(SC)   JOGINDER SINGH  Congress Leading
89)  Rampura Phul(Gen)   SIKANDER SINGH MALUKA  SAD Leading
90)  Bhucho Mandi(SC)  AJAIB SINGH BHATTI  Congress Leading
91)  Bathinda Urban(Gen)  SARUP CHAND SINGLA  SAD Leading
92) Bathinda Rural(SC)  DARSHAN SINGH KOTFATTA Leading
93) Talwandi Sabo(Gen)  JEETMOHINDER SINGH SIDHU  Congress Leading
94) Maur(Gen)  JANMEJA SINGH  SAD Leading 
95) Mansa(Gen)  GURPREET KAUR  Congress Leading
96)  Sardulgarh(Gen)  AJIT INDER SINGH  Congress Leading
97)  Budhlada(SC) CHATIN SINGH  SAD Leading
98)  Lehra(Gen)  RAJINDER KAUR BHATTAL  Leading
99)  Dirba(SC)    SANT BALVIR SINGH GHUNAS  SAD leading
100)  Sunam(Gen)  PARMINDER SINGH DHINDSA  SAD Leading
101) Bhadaur(SC)  MOHAMMED SADIQUE  Congress Leading
102) Barnala(Gen)  KEWAL SINGH DHILLON  Congress leading
103) Mehal Kalan(SC)  HARCHAND KAUR  Congress leading 
104)  Malerkotla(Gen)  F. NESARA KHATOON (FARZANA ALAM)  SAD leading 
105) Amargarh(Gen) SURJIT SINGH DHIMAN  Congress Leading
106)  Dhuri(Gen)  ARVIND KHANNA  Congress leading
107)  Sangrur(Gen)  SURINDER PAL SINGH SIBIA  Congress leading
108)  Nabha(SC)  SADHU SINGH  Congress Leading
109)  Patiala Rural(Gen)   SATBIR SINGH KHATRA  IND leading
110)  Rajpura(Gen)  HARDYAL SINGH KAMBOJ  Congress Leading
111)  Dera Bassi(Gen)  N.K. SHARMA  SAD leading 
112)  Ghanaur(Gen)   HARPREET KAUR MUKHMAILPURA SAD Won with 1787 votes 
113) Sanour(Gen) LAL SINGH  Congress Leading
114)  Patiala(Gen)   AMARINDER SINGH  Congress Won with 42299 Votes
115)  Samana(Gen)  SURJIT SINGH RAKHRA  SAD leading 
116)  Shutrana(SC)  VANINDER KAUR LOOMBA  SAD Leading  
117) Chabbewal(SC)  SOHAN SINGH THANDAL  SAD leading 

Samajwadi Party to emerge single largest party in UP


So far, trend/results of 396 seats from total 403 seats of Uttar Pradesh Assembly election 2012 are available in front of us. Out of these trends, SP looks to be ahead in 173 seats in UP which makes it single largest party in UP. To make government in UP, any political party need support of 202 MLAs. BSP looks biggest loser in this election because it looks losing half of its seats as compared to last Assembly election. People of UP looks to have rejected 5 year rule of BSP in UP. BJP’s performance in UP looks almost same with 56 seats. Congress alliance is ahead in 56 seats. These trends can change with time, so we are required to wait for some more time to see final results.

SAD BJP Alliance heading for Victory in Punjab


As Results of Punjab Assembly Election 2012 are coming forward, one thing is becoming clear that SAD-BJP alliance is on big comeback. So far, 98 trends are available of 117 seats and out of these trends SAD alliance is getting 60 seats. This means that SAD and BJP are going to make next government in Punjab. With this SAD BJP alliance has changed history by winning Punjab election for straight two terms. Congress is only ahead in 34 seats and BSP in 3 seats. It also look that people of Punjab have rejected PPP totally. 

Final Exit Poll estimates for Uttar Pradesh (UP) Assembly Election 2012


Tomorrow 8 AM onwards, we will start getting trends and results for all 403 assembly seats in UP. By afternoon, it will almost become clear that who will make next government in UP. Will people of UP say goodbye to Mayawati government? Will Samajwadi Party emerge biggest party in UP? How much success Congress will get in UP? Will BJP surprise us?

Today, we only have long list of questions and we will get answer to these questions tomorrow. This is my last post on exit poll results on UP. So far, I have gone through dozen of exit polls related to UP and all these polls are pointing towards edge for Samajwadi Party (SP) in UP. Some polls and exit polls are even pointing towards absolute majority for SP; though, one thing is clear that SP is very likely to emerge as single largest political party in UP. Therefore, there are good chances that SP will make next government in UP. Though, it is not right to totally write off other political parties because tomorrow results can surprise any one.

Second point which all exit polls are pointing is massive loss of seats for BSP as per these estimates BSP can loss 60 to 140 seats. If this happened then it will clearly show that people of UP didn’t liked 5 year long rule of BSP in state.

Third point which all exit polls are pointing is no or very less improvement for BJP and Congress. This news may surprise top leadership of BJP and Congress.

At end, we are required to wait for some hours to see ourselves what people of UP think.  




Live Results Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2012 -




Total No of Seats  -  403


Results/Trends Available - 51


          Leading    Won    Total
BSP         11        0      11
BJP         13        0      13
Congress+   6         0      6
SP          20        0      20
Others      3         0      3


Live Results Punjab Assembly Election 2012




Total Number of Seats  - 117
Result/Trends Available -  11



         
         Leading   Won    Total


Congress   8        0       8
SAD+       2        0       2
Others     1        0       1




Live Results Uttarakhand Assembly Election 2012



Total Number of Seats  - 70
Result/Trends Available - 17


            Leading    Won    Total

BJP          8         0       8
Congress     6         0       6

Other        3          0      3

Live Results Goa Assembly Election 2012
Total Number of Seats  - 40
Result/Trends Available - 2

            Leading   Won     Total

Congress     1         0       1
BJP+         1         0       1
Live Results Manipur Assembly Election 2012
Total Number of Seats  - 60
Result/Trends Available -

            Leading   Won    Total
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