Uttarakhand election results 2017: Watch live coverage on Aaj Tak and India Today here

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.

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.

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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.

You can watch the live coverage on India Today Live TV and on Aaj Tak Live TV.

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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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We also have live blog running on Business Today website and plenty of other election-related stories.