Bharatiya Janta Party is set to make a comeback in Uttarakhand with a strong performance in the assembly elections in the hill state. The saffron party is leading in 55 out of the 70 seats in Uttarakhand.
Back in 2012, Congress had won 32, BJP won 31, BSP got 3 and 4 seats to others. In an embarrassment for the Congress, incumbent CM Harish Rawat has lost in both seats - Haridwar rural and Kichha - from where he contested. In recent months, several Congress leaders had jumped boats and joined the BJP in the state with a population of 10.1 million.
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We have a team of analysts who are giving insight into what has turned out to be a dramatic election results in all five states that went to polls.
During the course of the entire seven-phase Assembly, India Today and Aaj Tak have trailed the big names, the not-so-big names and most importantly the voters. From Narendra Modi's roadshows in Uttar Pradesh to Rahul Gandhi-Akhilesh Yadav's newfound bonhomie and Mayawati's outreach to Muslim-Dalit voters, our ground reports on UP have provided a 360-degree view of the Uttar Pradesh election.
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On D-Day, we have Rajdeep Sardesai leading a panel of experts to provide you insights on what to make of this election and how it is going to affect you and the country.
Be it minute-by-minute coverage, ground reports or in-depth analysis, India Today will keep you updated on every bit of action in Uttar Pradesh. Follow the India Today Live TV to stay ahead of the curve.
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