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UP Election Results 2017: BJP gets 300+ seats, EC rejects Mayawati's claim of EVM tampering

EC officials said BJP was leading in most major cities including Allahabad, Lucknow and Kanpur

BS Web Team  |  Lucknow 

BJP leaders credited 'Modi wave' for the party's stong showing in the high stakes Uttar Pradesh elections. On the next chief minister in the state, they said the decision will be taken by the BJP parliamentary board and the legislature party in the state soon. The results of the elections, which were fought under party chief Amit Shah, show that the BJP has been able to dispel the perception of being a party of upper castes only as now it commands the support of all sections of the society, including Dalits, they said. "It is a Modi wave. ...

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9:58 PM Election Results: Congress accepts defeat, hopes BJP will shift from 'shamshan-kabristan' narrative

9:54 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Modi 'tsunami' in UP uproots family tree of Mulayam

9:53 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Mayawati's reworked social engineering formula flops

9:32 PM Lalu supports Mayawati's allegation of EVM tampering in UP

9:24 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Left warns of rise of Hindutva politics

9:20 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Challenges mount for Rahul Gandhi, Congress after UP verdict

9:02 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: BJP's votes soar in Uttar Pradesh since 2012; slight drop since 2014

8:38 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Election Commission rejects Mayawati's claim of rigging in EVMs

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Giant cut-outs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah fixed at the party headquarters in New Delhi. 

8:25 PM How social media reacted to the buzz of Assembly elections result 2017

8:21 PM Assembly Election Results 2017: Akhilesh Yadav meets Governor, resigns

8:19 PM A lesson from Assembly Election Results 2017: Money can't buy everything

6:55 PM Election Commission say to Mayawati that there is no merit in her allegations about EVM manipulation.

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6:20 PM Parties have opposed demonetisation. People supported it: Keshav Prasad Maurya

6:18 PM We have won 4 seats with the difference of more than 1 lakh votes: Keshav Prasad Maurya

6:17 PM I congratulate the Election Commission for conducting the elections successfully: Keshav Prasad Maurya

6:15 PM I give the credit of this victory to PM Narendra Modi and the voters of Uttar Pradesh: Keshav Prasad Maurya

6:14 PM I want to thank the peole of Uttar Pradesh for givng us the biggest victory in the political history of the state: Keshav Prasad Maurya

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4:04 PM Alliance partners will be with us in the government: Amit Shah

4:03 PM Those who do not visit the constituency are wrong: Amit Shah

4:01 PM We will the poor law and order situation in UP: Amit Shah

4:00 PM The politics of this country will now change from caste and religion to that of development: Amit Shah

3:59 PM ALSO READ: Assembly Election Results 2017

3:56 PM Demonetisation was well supported by the people of the country, despite the criticism by Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi: Amit Shah

3:55 PM We will think over the defeat in Punjab: Amit Shah

3:53 PM BJP is a nationalist party: Amit Shah

3:52 PM The poor of this country is with PM Narendra Modi: Amit Shah

3:48 PM The most eligible person from our party will be elcted as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh: Amit Shah

3:46 PM We faught these elections for the betterment of the people of Uttar Pradesh: Amit Shah

3:46 PM We will bring a laon-waiver scheme for farmers soon: Amit Shah

3:45 PM UP's public has gotten over the Hindu-Muslim politics: Amit Shah

3:44 PM Tomorrow the parliamentary board of BJP will decide who will lead the four state: Amit Shah

3:44 PM I won't like to comment on Mayawati's EVM comment. I understand her mental state: Amit Shah

3:43 PM BJP is winning 6 out of 10 seats in Amethi and Rae Barelli: Amit Shah

3:41 PM The mandate of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand has shown that people have neglected nepotism and corruption and welcomed the new dawn of Indian politics: Amit Shah

3:41 PM Now the path of Uttar Pradesh' progess has finally opned: Amit Shah

3:39 PM We will end nepotism and work for the progress of the people: Amit Shah

3:37 PM It is the victory of the people, leadership of Narendra Modi and the workers of BJP : Amit Shah

3:36 PM I thank the people of Uttar Pradesh for giving us three-forth majority: Amit Shah

3:35 PM BJP will form government in UP, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa: Amit Shah

2:30 PM Rafiq Ansari of SP leads in Meerut agaisnt BJP's Laxmikant Bajpai.

2:21 PM After Mahatama Gandhi, Narendra Modi is the messiah of the poor: Ravi Shankar Prasad

2:18 PM Ecstatic BJP wokers celebrate the victory in Uttar Pradesh.

2:09 PM Yeh khushi ka mauka hai, CM kaun banega woh Party par hai: Keshav Prasad Maurya

1:47 PM Mayawati says, the Election Comission should switch back to the old paper voting system.

1:44 PM BSP Chief blames EVM manipulation for defeat.

12:23 PM Garima Singh of BJP leads from Congress stronghold Amethi with 27977 votes. Congress candidate Gaytri prasad lags behind with 23578 votes.

12:09 PM Ravi Sharma of BJP leading in Jhansi with 70,124 votes.

12:01 PM Suresh Kumar Shrivastav of BJP leads from Lucknow West.

11:45 AM Dr Laxmikant Bajpai of BJP leads from Meerut with 30165 votes.

11:34 AM Mriganka Singh of BJP leads from controvertial Kairana seat with 49163 votes.

11:28 AM Raj Kumar Agrawal of BJP leads from Sandila with 21916 votes.

11:25 AM Dharmraj Singh Yadav of SP leads from Barabanki with 26521 votes.

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Dr. Radha Mohan Das Agrawal and Bipin Singh of BJP lead from Gorakhpur Urban and Gorakhpur Rural respectively.

11:18 AM Gaurav Swarup Bansal of SP is leading from Muzaffar Nagar with 30150 votes.

11:07 AM Tejpal Singh Nagar of  BJP ahead in controversial constituency Dadri with 28197 votes.

11:04 AM Kidwai Nagar too close to call as Ajay Kapoor of Congress leads with 18721, ahead of Mahesh Chandra of BJP, who has 18096.

 

10:59 AM Raghunandan Singh Bhadauria of BJP is leading from Kanpur Cantt with 8905 votes.

10:57 AM Atul Garg of BJP leads from Ghaziabad with 24865 votes.

10:53 AM Pankaj Singh, son of Home Minister Rajnath Singh, leading with 42291 votes from Noida.

10:44 AM Ravindra Jaiswal of BJP is leading from Varanasi North with 11500 votes.

10:20 AM Rubab Sayeda leads in Bahraich with 14787 seats. 

10:17 AM Rakesh Pratap Singh of SP leads from Gauriganj with 9644 votes.

10:14 AM Sangeeta of BJP leads in Ghazipur with 11192.

10:13 AM Aditi Singh of Congress leads from Rae Bareli with 16628 votes.

10:11 AM Raju Yadav of Samajwadi Party leads from Mainpuri with 6710 votes.

10:10 AM Brijessh Pathak leading from Lucknow Central.

10:08 AM Reeta Joshi leads from Lucnow Cantt. with 3733 votes. Aparna Yadav second with 2440 votes.

9:56 AM Early trends in favour of  BJP with lead in 253 seats,  SP-Congress at 69 and BSP 33.

9:30 AM As per trends, BJP leads in 210 seats out of 297 currently avaliable. SP-Congress in 54, BSP 22.

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EC officials said BJP was leading in most major cities including Allahabad, Lucknow and Kanpur

BJP leaders credited 'Modi wave' for the party's stong showing in the high stakes Uttar Pradesh elections. On the next chief minister in the state, they said the decision will be taken by the BJP parliamentary board and the legislature party in the state soon. The results of the elections, which were fought under party chief Amit Shah, show that the BJP has been able to dispel the perception of being a party of upper castes only as now it commands the support of all sections of the society, including Dalits, they said. "It is a Modi wave. ...

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