Caught in surfing the Web to find out who or which party won where in the 403 Assembly constituencies of Uttar Pradesh, or which are the seats that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wrested from the Indian National Congress in Uttarakhand, or how did the Indian National Congress end the BJP-SAD rule in Punjab, our interactive map would provide all the answers just with the roll of the cursor.
Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to take oath in Punjab on 16 March while BJP seems set to form the government in Goa and Manipur. Manohar Parrikar has reportedly resigned as the defence minister.
The map would help to understand the voting pattern in the states, and who gained and lost the popular vote. The map also helps to locate the closely contested seats in all the five states that went for elections in February-March.
The details of constituencies where the victory margin have been massive are also available. The colour contrast is a critical indicator to find out as to which party dominates which region of the states as well. Decisive mandates in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab are clearly defined by the colour scheme show how the anti-incumbency factor played a big role in these states.
The BJP had won 312 seats in Uttar Pradesh while in Uttarakhand it returned to power by winning 57 out of 70 seats. In Punjab, Congress won 77 constituencies in a House of 117.
Updated Date: Mar 12, 2017 19:46 PM