Uttarakhand Election Results 2017: Key constituencies and how they voted

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) looked set to storm to a massive win in Uttarakhand on Saturday, as they are likely to clinch the 70-seat Assembly with a comfortable majority, relegating Harish Rawat's incumbent Congress party to a heavy defeat. While most exit polls had predicted between 35 to 40 votes for BJP, the margin of victory — the party is looking well on course to cross the 50-seat mark — has come as a bit of a surprise to most pollsters.

Here's a list of key constituencies, and which way they voted:

CONSTITUENCYWINDISTRICT2012 RESULT
ChaubattakhalSatpal Maharaj (BJP)GarhwalBJP
KedarnathManoj Rawat (Congress)ChamoliCongress
RanikhetKaran Mahara (Congress)AlmoraBJP
SitarganjSaurabh Bahuguna (BJP)Udham Singh NagarBJP
JageshwarGovind Kunjwal (Congress)AlmoraCongress
SahaspurSahdev Singh Pundir (BJP)DehradunBJP
BhagwanpurMamata Rakesh (INC)HaridwarBSP
NainitalSanjeev Arya (BJP)NainitalCongress
Haridwar (Rural)Yatishwaranand (BJP)HaridwarBJP
KicchaRajesh Shukla (BJP)Udham Singh NagarBJP
KotdwarHarak Singh Rawat (BJP)GarhwalCongress
RaipurUmesh Sharma Kau (BJP)DehradunCongress
YamunotriKedar Singh (BJP)UttarkashiUKD
Karn PrayagSurender Singh Negi (BJP)ChamoliCongress
Dehradun CanttHarbans Kapoor (BJP)DehradunBJP
HaridwarMadan Kaushik (BJP)HaridwarBJP
MussoorieGanesh Joshi (BJP)DehrarunBJP
RishikeshPremchand Aggarwal (BJP)DehradunBJP
RoorkeePradeep Batra (BJP)HaridwarCongress
RamnagarDiwan Singh Bisht (BJP)NainitalCongress

Published Date: Mar 11, 2017 01:01 pm | Updated Date: Mar 11, 2017 07:09 pm


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