Uttarakhand Declared BJP Set To Form Government in 2017
Uttarakhand Declared BJP Set To Form Government in 2017. Congress-ruled Uttarakhand is set to go into the BJP’s kitty with the saffron party driving in an agreeable 48 of 70 seats. India Today TV has as of now called the race for the BJP.
A sum of 637 competitors including 56 challenged for 70 situates in the Uttarakhand Assembly.
Both India Today-Axis and Chanakya leave surveys had anticipated a decisive victory for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with about 53 seats.
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In 2012 Uttarakhand Assembly decision, Congress won 32, BJP won 31, BSP got 3 and 4 seats to others. Uttarakhand has a populace of 10.1 million with Thakurs and Brahmins making up 60 for every penny. Officeholder Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat of Congress and previous boss clergyman and BJP pioneer BC Khanduri are the key players in the constituent fight. Uttarakhand Declared BJP Set To Form Government in 2017.