Five States Assembly Elections results 2022: Yogi Adityananth wins Gorakhpur seat

Today's Chanakya in collaboration with Hindi news channel News24 has predicted victory for BJP in Uttarakhand and a thumping majority for AAP in Punjab. The exit poll has predicted 100 seats for APP in Punjab and 43 Seats for BJP in Uttarakhand. All national parties could manage to get a single digit in Punjab.  

Five States Assembly Elections results 2022:  Yogi Adityananth wins Gorakhpur seat

New Delhi: Assembly Elections 2022 Result LIVE Updates: Counting of votes for the Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand Manipur, Goa, and Punjab assembly 2022 is underway. Polling for a total of 690 assembly constituencies in ll five states was concluded on March 7. The fate of all candidates will be decided after the counting of votes polled concludes. Stay with us for LIVE UPDATES.


05.40 PM: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath arrives at the party headquarters in Lucknow: People and party workers are given a rousing welcome to him.

05.12 PM: Today's Chanakya gets the exit poll survey right again. The agency predicted a win for AAP in Goa, return of BJP in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. 

05.00 PM: BJP will form govt in 4 states. It's very clear that in 2024 there will be a BJP govt once again under the leadership of PM Modi and PM Modi's dream of 'New India' will be fulfilled. I am confident that we will return to power in Karnataka in 2023: Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai

04.55 PM: Split in votes among various parties ended up in our numbers being less than what we had hoped for...BJP won by a little over 33% of votes, the remaining votes got divided, P. Chidambaram

04.50 PM: Water and pollution issues will arise even more, as AAP will be our neighbour in Delhi & Punjab... there's a conflict between Punjab-Haryana for water issue & between Delhi-Haryana for water supply. We'll see how they rule: Haryana CM & BJP leader Manohar Lal Khattar

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04:09 PM- Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami loses from Khatima assembly seat by 6,000 votes, against candidate Bhuwan Chandra Kapri.

04:07 PM- BJP candidate Atanasio Monserrate & his wife Jeniffer Monserrate have won from Panaji and Taleigao constituency. BJP's Vishwajit Rane and his wife Deviya Vishwajit Rane won from Valpoi and Poriem Assembly constituency.

04:07 PM- Humbly accept the people’s verdict," says Congress leader Rahul Gandhi after the party loses all five states


03:05 PM- Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu loses from Amritsar East by a margin of 6,750 votes.

02:19 PM- Three independent MLAs are in touch with BJP, says Goa CM Pramod Sawant.

02:19 PM- I will take oath as the CM in Bhagat Singh's village Khatkarkalan, not at the Raj Bhawan.  No government office will have CM's photos, there will be pictures of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and Babasaheb Ambedkar, says AAP's Bhagwant Mann, at Sangrur.

01:51 PM-According to reports, prominent OBC leader Swami Prasad Maurya, who quit BJP to join the Samajwadi Party ahead of polls, is trailing by over 11,000 votes in Fazilnagar.

01:39 PM- Capt Amarinder Singh says, "I accept the verdict of the people with all humility. Punjabis have shown true spirit of Punjabiyat by rising and voting above sectarian and caste lines."

01:38 PM- AAP CM candidate Bhagwant Mann greets party workers and supporters at his residence in Sangrur as the party sweeps Punjab Elections 2022. Mann is leading from Dhuri by over 55,000 votes as per official EC trends.

01: 37 PM- Congress makes false promises; BJP has done development... our party is a structural party, we'll decide the CM face after the results are out & post our legislative party meeting. The parliamentary board will decide, says BJP Goa desk in-charge C T Ravi

01:10 PM - Manipur CM Biren Singh wins by 18,000 votes Heingang constituency, AAP wins its first seat in Goa.


12.50 PM: Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant reaches Rajbhavan to stake a claim to form the government. 

12.46 PM: Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant was confident to form government in Goa with help of Independents. BJP is short of two seats to cross halfway mark in Goa 

12.45 PM: Kejriwal magic wins in Punjab. Keshav Prasad Maurya, Deputy Chief Minister in the Yogi cabinet is heading for defeat. Siddarathnath Singh, BJP candidate leading in UP 

12.35 PM: Former Chief Minister and Punjab Lok Congress chief,  Captain Amrinder Singh loses in Patiala  constituency 

12.15 PM: Unprecedented win for BJP in Uttar Pradesh. Yogi is set to return for the second term. However, his Deputy Keshav Prasad Maurya is trailing. 

12.15 PM: BJP MLA Sangeet Singh Som, cleared in the 2013 riots case, is leading by over 10,000 votes in Sardhana. SP's Atul Pradhan is a distant second. Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, trails by a narrow margin Khatima constituency

11.45 AM: Uttar Pradesh: BJP- 277, SP-115, BSP-04, Congress- 03, Others-03. Goa: BJP-17, Congress- 12, TMC-05, AAP-02, Others-04. Uttarakhand: BJP-44, Congress- 22, AAP-O, Others- 04. Punjab: AAP- 89, Congress- 15, BJP-04, SAD- 08 , Others-01. Manipur: BJP- 27, NPP, NPF and Independents- 25, Congress-08. 

11.35 AM: The NPP and NPF, leading in eight and three seats, can now become kingmakers if the BJP or Congress doesn’t gain a majority. BJP leading in 27 seats and Congress is leading in eight seats. Independents and smaller parties would play a kingmaker role in forming Manipur 

11. 33 AM: Punjab has given a chance to Kejriwal's model of governance. His model of governance has been established at the national level. This is the victory of the 'Aam Aadmi' (common man): AAP leader and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister  Manish Sisodia 

11.31 AM: BJP leading in 20 Assembly constituencies in Goa. 

11.30 AM: BJP is set to return power in four states. UP, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur. Harish Rawat, former CM of Uttarakhand is trailing Lalkaun, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami trailing from Ghanshali constituency. 

11.20 AM: Punjab has given chance to Kejriwal's model of governance. Today, his model of governance has been established at the national level. This is the victory of the 'Aam Aadmi' (common man): AAP leader Manish Sisodia as party sweeps Punjab

11.17 AM: Congress workers protest against EVM, outside party office in Delhi as counting for the assembly elections continues. The party is trailing in all five states as per the latest official trends by the Election Commission.

11.00 AM: CM Biren Singh is set to return for the second term in Manipur, Utpal Parrikar is trailing in Panjim. Punjab CM Channi trailing in Punjab

10.58 AM: Elections results indicates the end of the road for Mayawati's led BSP in Uttar Pradesh. In UP campaign hardly saw the energy of BSP, it has satisfied to a single digit. 

10.56 AM: Present trends: BJP is leading in 252 in UP, SP leads in 122 seats, BSP in 06 seats and Congress leads in 04 seats. 

10.55 AM: In Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur BJP will back to power. Exit poll prediction proved right. 

10.51 AM: In Uttarakhand, it would be a clear victory for BJP. Party has crossed halfway mark of 36 seats. In Manipur also BJP will return to power, gets the lead in 25 seats 

10.50 AM: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi resigned. Taking moral responsibility for the party's debacle in the state. Congress received a huge setback in Punjab able to get the lead in only 14 seats, 2017 it won 77 seats in 117 member Assembly. 

10.45 AM Snake and Lader game in Goa, in early trends BJP taken lead, but it's lead slightly reduced now. At present ruling BJP is leads in 18 and Congress gets lead in 13 seats respectively. A tough fight is going on in Goa. New entrant TMC gets lead in 5 seats and AAP lead in one seat. Independent and smaller parties lead in 3 seats. 

10.25: In Manipur, too BJP is likely to form the government, early trends indicate that BJP leading in 26 seats in 60 members Assembly. 

10.25: In Goa, BJP is heading to cross halfway mark of 21 seats in 40 members Assembly. Unlike past, this time Goa voters have given clear mandates to one party. In the 2017 Assembly polls, there was hung Assembly created, but BJP has managed to form the government with help of smaller parties and independents. 

10.20 AM: In Uttarakhand, BJP will retain power leading in 46 seats in 70 members Assembly. Despite the change of three Chief Ministers in three months, the ruling BJP has come over anti-incumbency factor. It is clear pro incumbency for BJP in Uttarakhand. 

10.15 AM: Celebration begins in AAP headquarters in Delhi and Punjab . Historic win for AAP, heading for a landslide victory. Already leads in 80 plus seats in 117 seats Assembly. AAP is emerging as a national force, says AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadda 

10.10 AM: Former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh trailing in Patiala east constituency. Sukhbir Singh Badal of Shiromani Akali Dal trailing in Jalalabad seat. Channi is trailing in both seats.

10.05 AM: Congress is only retaining 12 seats out of 77 seats won in the 2017 Elections. Mayawati's led BSP once again shows poor performance in Uttar Pradesh. 

09:57 AM- Navjot Singh Sidhu trailing at second place, SAD's Bikram Majithia at third place, in the second round of counting, as per Election Commission,

AAP maintains a strong lead in Punjab, BJP leads in Goa, just one shy of majority in Goa trends.

09:39 AM- BJP leading on 6 seats, JD(U) on 2, Congress on 1 as per EC.

09:31 AM- BJP leading in 23 seats in Manipur, Congress in8 and others in 17 seats.

09:31 AM- AAP is crossing halfway mark in Punjab. Leading in 63 seats.

09:24 AM-  Navjot Singh Sidhu, chief of Punjab Congress leading in Amritsar East, against Akali Dal's Bikram Singh Majithia and Aam Aadmi Party's Jeevan Jyot Kaur. 

09:23 AM- Manipur UPDATE: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leading on two seats, as per Election Commission of India.

09:22 AM: Punjab UPDATES- Aam Aadmi Party leading in 27 seats, Shiromani Akali Dal-4, Congress-3 and Others-2, as per Election Commission

09:17 AM:  BJP leading in Panaji, Aldona and 2 other Assembly constituencies, Congress leading in Dabolim and one other seat, as per Election Commission

09:12 AM: Punjab Early trends - Aam Aadmi Party-6, Shiromani Akali Dal-2, Bharatiya Janata Party-1 and  Others-2, as per Election Commission

09:11 AM: Congress is leading on 20 seats in Goa, BJP is leading on 14 seats, interestingly new entrant to the state politics TMC is leading on four seats.

09:05 AM: Capt Amarinder Singh trailing in Patiala, Punjab. Amarinder Singh floated new party after he was asked to resign as CM by Congress high command.  Uttarakhand CM Dhami Trailing in Khatama.

Former CM of Goa Manohar Parikkar's son Utpal Parrikar is leading from Panjim. Utpal who was denied BJP ticket to contest from Panjim Assembly seat, he running as an Independent.

09:00 AM:  Advantage BJP in Uttarakhand | The party is ahead in 24 seats while Cong is leading in 21

08: 53 AM:Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi offers prayers in Chamkaur Sahib Gurudwara along with his family.

08:52 AM: CM Yogi Adityanath is leading in Gorakhpur Urban constituency

08:46 AM: BJP is leading in Western Uttar Pradesh, says Rajdeep Sardesai on IndiaToday.  Shiromani Akali Dal leads in Mukerian Assembly constituency in Punjab, as per the Election Commission

08:42 AM: Goa update- The Counting of postal ballots underway. Early trends Congress Leading in 6 seats and BJP in 4.

08:39 AM: Manipur CM N Biren Singh offers prayers at Shree Govindajee Temple in Imphal, on verdict day for Assembly elections

08:32 AM: Counting of postal ballots gets underway at a counting center in Gurdaspur. COurtesy: ANI

08:31 AM: Counting of votes underway in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Postal ballots are being counted right now. Around 550 police personnel are deployed here. The use of mobile phones is banned inside counting centres. Victory rallies can be conducted only with permission, says SSP Janmejay Khanduri
08:25 AM: Goa CM Pramod Sawant offers prayers at Sri Datta Temple as the countdown begins for the results of the Goa Assembly polls

08:15 AM: During the ban on election rallies due to the Omicron wave, EC took MCC violations seriously. Around 2,270 FIRs were filed for violation of COVID norms as well as MCC violations in all 5 states. Every political party is the same for EC: Sushil Chandra, Chief Election Commissioner

08:05 AM: Sushil Chandra, Chief Election Commissioner, says, "The counting of votes is a transparent process. There is a standard operating procedure under which we conduct the counting. Authorised polling agents of the political parties are allowed to come inside the counting centre", reportrs ANI.  

08:00 AM: The public has immense trust on PM Modi and CM Yogi; BJP will form govt with majority in UP. We will win more seats than the last time. BJP will win Sarojini Nagar seat by 1 lakh votes, says  Rajeshwar Singh, BJP candidate from Sarojini Nagar in Lucknow district.

08:00 AM:  Counting of votes begin for Assembly elections in five States including Uttar Pradesh

07.50: All arrangements are in place for Counting of votes begins for assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa & Manipur.

07.12 AM: More than 50,000 officials have been deployed for the counting of votes at nearly 1,200 halls in the five states and COVID-9 guidelines will be followed during the exercise that will begin at 8 AM amid tight security, according to officials.

07.10 AM: Uttar Pradesh, which has a maximum of 403 assembly constituencies, will have more than 750 counting halls, followed by Punjab over 200.

06.50 AM: Over 650 counting observers have been deployed in the five states to monitor the process.

06.47 AM:  Given the counting of votes for Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections on March 10, sale and operations of liquor is prohibited in the state for the entire day, on Thursday. Excise Department stated that action will be taken in case of violation.

06.45 AM: The final and 7th phase of polling for 54 seats in Uttar Pradesh, including 8 Assembly constituencies in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha Constituency, was held on March 7.  In the seventh and final phase of voting, 54.18 per cent voters turnout was recorded till 5 pm.

06.42 AM: Amit Palekar is AAP's chief ministerial candidate for the Goa Assembly polls. Amit Palekar is an advocate by profession and comes from the Bhandari community.

06.40 AM: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Bhagwant Mann is the chief ministerial candidate of Punjab.  The Punjab Legislative Assembly elections were held on 20 February 2022 to elect the 117 members of the 16th Assembly.

06.40 AM: The assembly elections are over in five states - Uttar Pradesh ( 7 phases), Punjab (single-phase), Uttarakhand (single-phase), Goa (single-phase), and Manipur (2 phases). 

06.35 AM: Today's Chanakya in collaboration with Hindi news channel News24 has predicted victory for BJP in Uttarakhand and a thumping majority for AAP in Punjab. The exit poll has predicted 100 seats for APP in Punjab and 43 Seats for BJP in Uttarakhand. All national parties could manage to get a single digit in Punjab.  

06.30 AM: The counting of votes for all the states will take place on the same day, on March 10. A total of 690 assembly constituencies have voted over the next two months, with the maximum in UP (403 seats) followed by Punjab (117), Uttarakhand (70), Manipur (60), and Goa (40).