The BJP has won four states in the mega-elections, including the politically vital Uttar Pradesh, which are considered as a prelude to the national election in 2024. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has also won gold in Punjab, becoming the party’s second state after Delhi. The BJP has gained a majority in Uttarakhand and leads in 19 of Goa’s 40 seats.
With about 90 of the state’s 117 seats, the AAP is on track for a landslide in Punjab. According to the most recent polls, the BJP has surpassed the 270-mark threshold in Uttar Pradesh. The party has a clear lead over the Samajwadi Party, with Yogi Adityanath certain to serve a second consecutive term as Chief Minister. In the 403-member legislative assembly, 202 votes are required for a majority.
The BJP has expanded its advantage in Uttarakhand, with the Congress behind in the mountainous state, according to election trends. According to the trends at 1 p.m., the BJP leads in 42 seats and the Congress leads in 25 in the Uttarakhand assembly elections.
The BJP has won 20 seats in Goa, while the Congress has gained nine and leads by two. Maharashtrawadi Gomantak and AAP received two votes apiece, Goa Forward Party and Revolutionary Goans Party received one vote each, while Independent received three votes.
According to poll statistics, the BJP would be the largest party in Manipur but will fall short of a majority. Meanwhile, N Biren Singh, the Chief Minister of the BJP, has won the Heingang seat by around 18,000 votes.