Uttarakhand Election Results Highlights: BJP Wins, But Chief Minister Loses

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Publish Date : 2022-03-10


Uttarakhand Election Results Highlights: BJP Wins, But Chief Minister Loses

The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.

The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll of exit polls has predicted a hung house with Congress and BJP in close contest and none crossing the required majority of 36 seats. A latest exit poll predicted a humiliating defeat for the Congress in the state. But exit polls do not always get it right.The BJP is set to return for another term in Uttarakhand. However, the BJP's Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami lost his seat by 7,000 votes. Congress veteran Harish Rawat too lost from Lalkuwa seat. The election results were declared on Thursday for the Uttarakhand assembly election, held in a single phase on February 14. The Uttarakhand assembly election witnessed a three-pronged contest with the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party vying for power in the 70-seat assembly. A voters' turnout of 65.4 per cent was recorded this year. A poll



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