Assembly Elections 2019 Result: The counting of votes for Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim Assembly Election 2019 concluded Thursday evening. The process began at 8 AM on May 23. The results for the Assembly Elections in these four states were announced on the same day, simultaneously with the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 result.

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  • In Andhra Pradesh, the YSRCP has registered a clear majority. Meanwhile, Sikkim is witnessing a neck-and-neck contest between the SKM and SDF. In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP has gained the majority and in Odisha. the BJD has emerged victorious and crossed the halfway mark.
  • The BJD has won on two seats in Odisha whereas, it is leading on 107 others.
  • The YSRCP has bagged eight more seats in Andhra Pradesh. Now, the party is victorious on 28 seats.
  • The counting of votes is underway in Andhra Pradesh. Till now, the YSRCP has won 20 seats, whereas the TDP has bagged 3.
  • In Odisha, the BJD has won on one seat whereas, it is leading on 108 others. The BJP, on the other hand, is ahead on 22 seats and the Congress on 13.
  • The counting of votes is underway in Arunachal Pradesh. Till now, the BJP has bagged 10 seats and the JD(U) is victorious on one.
  • In Sikkim, the SDF has won four seats and is leading on 7. The SKM, on the other hand, has bagged 2 seats and is leading on 6.
  • YSRCP chief Jaganmohan Reddy is likely to take oath as Andhra Pradesh CM on May 30, a party leader claimed earlier in the day.
  • Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is likely to tender his resignation later today.
  • The trends of all 175 seats are out in Andhra Pradesh. Out of these, YSRCP is leading on 147, TDP on 26 and Others on 2.
  • In Sikkim, the SDF is leading on 7 seats and the SKM is ahead on 5.
  • In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP is leading on 15 seats out of the total 60 seats. While, NPP is ahead on 1 and Others on 2.
  • In Odisha, the BJD is ahead on 101 seats, while the BJP, Congress and Others are leading on 26, 15 and 3 seats, respectively.
  • In Andhra Pradesh, the YSRCP has maintained its lead. The party is ahead on 120 seats.
  • The SDF is leading on 6 seats in Sikkim. Other parties have not been able to open their accounts yet.
  • In Odisha, the BJD is ahead on 38 seats, while the BJP and Congress are leading on 12 and 6 seats, respectively.
  • In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP is leading on 7 seats out of the total 60 seats.
  • The trends of 128 seats are out in Andhra Pradesh. Out of these, YSRCP is leading on 104 seats, TDP on 22 and Others on 2.
  • In Sikkim, the SDF is ahead on five seats. The BJP, Congress, SKM and Others have not been able to open their account.
  • In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP is leading on 3 seats. In Odisha, the BJD is ahead on 5 seats, INC and BJP are leading on 2 seats each.
  • The YSRCP is leading on 38 seats in Andhra Pradesh, while TDP is ahead on 10 and Others on 3.
  • Early trends have started to emerge in four Assemblies. In Andhra Pradesh, YSRCP is leading on 2 seats and TDP on 1. In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP is leading on 3 seats. In Sikkim, the SDP is leading on 2 seats.
  • The counting of votes in 414 Assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim And Arunachal Pradesh has begun. The trends are expected to be out shortly.
  • The results for 414 seats in all four states will be announced in a while. The early trends will start emerging till 9 AM.
  • The counting of votes will begin in Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Sikkim will begin at 8 AM on May 23.

In Arunachal Pradesh, the 60 Assembly constituencies went to polls on April 11. The state is witnessing a triangular contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress and the National People’s Party (NPP). BJP’s Pema Khandu is the chief minister of the state. In 2014, the BJP won 36 seats, the NPP 16 and Congress 6. Two seats were bagged by Independent candidates.

In Odisha, voting for Assembly Elections 2019 was held in four phases on April 11, 18, 23 and 29. The state is witnessing a triangular contest between the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. In 2014, Odisha Assembly elections were held between April 10 and 17. The BJD, which contested the elections from all the 147 Assembly seats emerged victorious in 117, the Congress party had bagged 16 seats, the BJP won 10 seats.

The 175-member Andhra Pradesh Assembly witnessed a tough contest between the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress and the Communist Party of India (CPI). The voting for Assembly Elections 2019 in the state was held on April 11. In 2014 elections, the TDP had won 102 seats, while its then alliance partner BJP secured 4 seats. YSRCP emerged as the only opposition bagging 67 seats. Two independents were also elected.

The 32 Assembly seats in Sikkim went to polls on April 11. Two main parties– the Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) and Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) party are in the fray. Besides, Hamro Sikkim Party (HSP) led by ex-footballer Baichung Bhutia is also in the contest. In the 2014 Assembly elections, SDF formed the government in the state by winning 22 seats out of the 32. The SKM-led by Prem Singh Tamang won the remaining 10 seats.