Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Result Live Counting- Booth wise Leading Trailing Punjab Election Result Party Winner Candidate BJP Congress AAP Amritsar Jalandhar Vidhan Sabha Election 2017will be declared on 11h March 2017 at http://eci.nic.in
Punjab is one of the most important states which is going in for the elections this time around. Because of the drug issue Punjab has been turned into a battleground and will see many interesting contests on the Punjab Election Result day.
Legislative assembly of Punjab constitutes of 117 constituencies for which this year the state witnesses a tri-cornered fight.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2017 Parties – Candidates
Elections in Punjab have been very stormy this year with all the three parties eager to make a mark in the state. The Siromani Akali Dal – Bhartiya Janta Party SAD-BJP alliance which is currently ruling the state, AAP (Aam Admi party) and Congress have locked horns for the battle of supremacy.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Elections were fought on the drug issue as most of the state faces a big drug problem. There are reports which indicate that a whole generation has been addicted to the problem which is hampering the growth of the state.
There is also a big problem of low job creation in the state and most of the youth is either leaving the country or looking for job in other states.
AAP which is the new entry into the scenario believes that they have the best chance to get into majority. They have already made their national dream clear by fighting Punjab and Goa in this year elections.
With Bhagwant Mann as their face the party is looking to build up on all the popular measures they have taken in Delhi. Other very important player is Congress who have put in all of their strength into these elections. Led by their Chief Ministerial candidate Capt.
Amrinder Singh they are looking at Punjab as their chance to get back into reckoning. They also got a big boost when Navjot Singh joined their party after leaving BJP. SAD-BJP led by Sukhbir Singh Badal are down playing the drug problem which the state suffers from. They would be banking on the Modi wave and religious support to win the elections.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Constituency Booth Wise Counting Result 2017
Punjab Election Results 2017- Expected Winner – It’s very difficult to predict which way the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Result is going. Couple of months before the elections AAP had a very high ground but in the closing days Congress seems to have come very close.
There is a big chance that there could be a hung assembly with no party in position to cross the half way mar. it would be very interesting to see that if such situation happen then will Congress and AAP get into a tie-up to stop the BJP juggernaut.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election 2017 Voting Percentage
Voting percentage in Punjab has been on the higher side with some constituencies even crossing the 80% mark. Higher percentage is indication of chance and anger in minds of the people against current administration.
But as there is a first ever tri-corner fight in the state, higher percentage could well be because of that.
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2017
Election commission has announced that Punjab Vidhan Sabha Election Result vote counting will start on 11th March and we will be able to understand which party gets into power.
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Punjab Vidhan Sabha Constituencies are:
Sujanpur, Bhoa, Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Dina Nagar, Qadian, Batala, Sri Hargobindpur, Fatehgarh Churian, Dera Baba Nanak, Ajnala, Raja Sansi, Majitha, Jandiala Guru, Amritsar North, Amritsar West,
Amritsar Central, Amritsar East, Amritsar South, Attari, Baba Bakala, Tarn Taran, Khem Karan, Patti, Khadur Sahib, Bholath, Kapurthala, Sultanpur Lodhi, Phagwara, Phillaur,
Nakodar, Shahkot, Kartarpur, Jalandhar West, Jalandhar Central, Jalandhar North, Jalandhar Cantt, Adampur, Mukerian, Dasuya, Urmar, Sham Chaurasi, Hoshiarpur, Chabbewal,
Garhshankar, Banga, Nawanshahr, Balachaur, Anandpur Sahib, Rup Nagar, Chamkaur Sahib, Kharar, S.A.S. Nagar, Dera Bassi, Bassi Pathana, Fatehgarh Sahib, Amloh, Khanna, Samrala,
Sahnewal, Ludhiana East, Ludhiana South, Atam Nagar, Ludhiana Central, Ludhiana West, Ludhiana North, Gill, Payal, Dakha, Raikot, Jagraon, Nihal Singh Wala, Bagha Purana, Moga,
Dharamkot, Zira, Firozpur, Firozpur Rural, Guru Har Sahai, Jalalabad, Fazilka, Abohar, Balluana, Lambi, Gidderbaha,Malout, Muktsar, Faridkot, Kot Kapura, Jaito, Rampura Phul,
Bhucho Mandi, Bathinda, Bathinda Rural, Talwandi Sabo, Maur, Mansa, Sardulgarh, Budhlada, Lehra, Dirba, Sunam, Malerkotla, Amargarh, Dhuri, Sangrur, Bhadaur, Barnala, Mehal Kalan, Nabha, Patiala Rural, Rajpura, Ghanaur, Sanaur, Patiala, Samana, Shutrana