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Uttarakhand Heading For A BJP Government; Chief Minister Rawat Loses From Both Seats

Published on 11 March, 2017 at 1:08 pm By

While the BJP is all set to form a government for the first time in 15 years in Uttar Pradesh, the party added another reason for celebration as it thumped to a victory in Uttarakhand.

The BJP was leading in 52 of the 70 seats in the Himalayan state. It has already won a seat.


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This was the party-wise vote share in 2012. ECI

The ruling Congress was leading in just 11 seats.

 

The shocker was that Chief Minister Harish Rawat lost from both the seats he contested from.

Rawat lost Kiccha to BJP’s Yatishwaranand. Before that he had lost Haridwar (Rural).


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Home Minister Rajnath Singh greeted the people for giving the thumping majority in Uttar Pradesh and helping the party defeat Congress in Uttarakhand.

 

BJP leaders hailed the victories as a sign of the people going for development over caste-based politics.

 

 


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