Live Kerala Election Results 2018 trend.kerala.gov.in Trends website

Chengannur bye-election is upcoming at Kerala and like every year this year also elections results will be available live from Trends official website. Service of Live Kerala Election Results 2018 will have constituency wise candidates who are leading, trailing in the bye-elections at Chengannur. Recently Vengara, Pappanamcode By elections were held in Kerala. UDF candidate Arun Vishnu CK, LDF candidate Saji Cherian, BJP Candidate PS Sreedharan Pillai are contesting at Chengannur.

News updates regarding Live Kerala election results of By-election conducted at Chengannur in Alleppey district is very important in fate of all political parties. Bye polls trends will show the counting results from each polling station and everything will be live from the beginning.The trends website updates will have complete details of each candidate, politician and party that is leading and all.

Kerala Legislative Assembly election for selecting new MLA for 2018 to 2021 will be held at Chengannur soon. Counting of votes and announcing results of the candidates winning in Niyamasabha By elections 2018 will be known soon. Total percentage of voting done at Chengannur will decide response of voters to this by polls.

In this article we will keep you up to date with names of all candidates in various parties like UDF, LDF, BJP who participate in elections.

Chengannur bye elections will be held on  2018 from morning 8 am to evening 5 pm in polling booths at this assembly constituency.

Total percentage of voting at Chengannur is %.

Live Kerala Election Results at Chengannur 2018

Party                         Total votes

  • LDF                        votes
  • UDF                        votes
  • BJP                         votes

Live Kerala Election Results 2018

Trends website from NIC is depended by most TV news channels to know about latest results of candidates who are leading, trailing in each constituency, districts of Kerala in Niymasabha or Assembly elections.

We can know live trends of votes won by LDF, UF Congress, BJP in 2018 Chengannur bye polls.

Official website top check results of Kerala 2016 Assembly polls is trend.kerala.gov.in

There is also a mobile app from Kerala election commission to know the details about results as soon as votes are counted in counting stations.

Latest live trends on Live Kerala Election Results at Chengannur 2018 will be available from morning on day of counting of votes from 8 am itself.

Casting of votes at Polling booths in Chengannur will continue from morning 8 am to evening 6 pm. As holiday will be given to government, public offices in Chengannur there will be huge number of voters coming to cast their votes.

 

Gujarat Himachal Pradesh election 2017 results winner bjp congress votes

On 18 December 2017 Gujarat Himachal Pradesh election 2017 result is published. Big competition was among political parties like BJP, Congress in this elections at Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. Bharathiya Janata Party (BJP) has won in Hiamchal Pradesh state and in Gujarat also BJP won.

On 18-12-17 counting of votes began at morning 8.00 am. Early leads showed in favor of BJP while Congress was also showing signs of leads in many constituencies. Who will win majority at Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh states and form Government will be known now. It was BJP who made victory in most seats eventhough congress party was able to win in many seats.

Congress party has Rahul Gandhi as it’s President and is known as RaGa. Indian prime Minister Narendra Modi leading NJP party is known as NaMo. When Gujarat Himachal Pradesh election 2017 results are announced on Monday, 18th December 2017 the main question will be is it NaMo or RaGa making victory. It was NaMo who made the last success and regained victory in both HP and Gujarat.

Gujarat was under rule of Bharathiya Janata Party for past 5 years and Himachal Pradesh (HP) was under Congress party. Will BJP be able to continue rule in Gujarat and grab a victory at Himachal Pradesh will decide future of 2019 Loksabha elections.

Gujarat himachal pradesh election 2017 result

Live Gujarat Himachal pradesh election 2017 results is updated on 18-12-2017 from morning 8.00 am.

  • Gujarat Assembly (Vidhan sabha) election results 2017

Total 182 seats for which Elections is conducted at Gujarat in 2017.

BJP lead by 109 seats. Won in seats.

Congress lead by 72 seats. Won in seats.

Others lead by1  seats. Won in seats.

  • Himachal pradesh (Vidhan sabha) election results 2017

Total 68 seats for which Elections is conducted at Himachal Pradesh in 2017.

BJP lead by 42 seats. Won in seats.

Congress lead by 23 seats. Won in seats.

Others lead by 4 seats. Won in seats.

gujarat himachal pradesh election 2017 result

Who are popular leaders who won and lost in elections at Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh states.

When counting of votes began with Congress lead there was a huge impact in Sensex which came to 850 points low and when BJP started making lead in seats the Sensex made more than 50 points higher.

 

Gujarat legislative assembly election 2017 results dates candidates news

Gujarat vidhan sabha election 2017 date announced by Indian election commission will be on 9th and 14th December 2017. Election Commission announced Himachal Pradesh assembly election dates that will be held on 9th November 2017. Announcing of  Himachal Pradesh assembly elections will be be on 18th December 2017.

This is 14th Legislative Assembly Elections being held at Gujarat in 2017. Election commissioner informed that Gujarat election dates and complete schedule will be announced soon and it will be held before 18 December 2017. Announcing over result of Himachal Pradesh assembly elections will be on 18 December 2017 and this is why Gujarat assembly elections will probably made on this date. This is done to prevent any impact on election result of Gujarat due to the outcome of Himachal Pradesh polls.

There has been an accusation that dates of Gujarat elections was not been published by Election Commissioner to conduct BJP rally which was held on 16th October 2017. If election dates of Gujarat has been published earlier political rallies will be affected as accused by opposition parties.

MLA elections dates of both Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat where announced together. There are more chances that Gujarat that is let your simply elections they will be held in December 2017 end result will be published along with the Himachal Pradesh election results on 18 December 2017.

Gujarat Vidhan Sabha / Assembly has a 182 members seats for which election will be conducted in 2017. Tenure of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led will end on 22 January 2018. In Gujarat Vidhan Sabha elections held on 2012, Bhartiya Janta Party BJP got majority of votes and won in this election.

Dates of Gujarat vidhan sabha election 2017

Complete schedule of 2017 Gujarat elections will be announced soon by Election commission.

  • Date of filing nominations
  • Last date of filing nominations
  • Last date of scrutiny
  • Last date for withdrawal of nominations
  • Date of polling (voting) 9th December and 14th December 2017
  • Counting of votes (announcing results) 18 December 2017

Gujarat vidhan sabha election 2017 candidates names (Vidhan sabha)

Who are Gujarat election candidates contesting for Legislative assembly elections held in 2017. What are names of BJP candidate, Congress candidate, JD(U) candidate, NCP candidate in Assembly (Vidan sabha) elections at Gujarat in 2017.

Congress candidates

Will be released soon

AAP (Aam Admi party) candidates

  • Gunvant Patel – Gandhinagar
  • Jilubhai Bavaliya – Botad
  • Nagajbhai Ambali – Katargam
  • Ajit Lokhil – Rajkot East
  • Salim Multani – Surat East
  • Jignesh Mehta – Karanj
  • Ramesh Nabhani – Palanpur
  • Govind Danicha – Gandhidham
  • Paresh Bhanderi – Jamnagar Rural
  • Amjad Pathan – Bapunagar

BJP Candidates for Gujarat elections 2017

  • Mavjibhai Desai – Dhanera
  • Vijaybhai Harkhabhai Chakravati – Vadgam
  • Ranchhodbhai Rabari – Patan
  • Narayanbhai L.Patel – Unjha
  • Karshanbhai Punjabhai Solanki – Kadi
  • Ramanbhai Patel – Vijapur
  • Hiteshbhai Kanodiya – Icier
  • Balrajsinh Kalyansinh Chauhan – Dahegam
  • Amitbhai Chaudhary – Mansa
  • Vallbhabhai Kakadiya Thakkarba – Panag
  • Kalubhai Dabhi – Dhandhuka
  • Pankajbhai Desai – Nadiad
  • Mrs Sumanben Pravinsinh Chauhan – Caalol
  • Rajkot West – Vijaybhai Rupani
  • Mahesana – Nitinbhai Patel
  • Bhavnagar West – Jitubhai Vaghani
  • Anjar – Vasanbhai Ahir
  • Vav – Shankarbhai Chadhary
  • Tharad – Parbatbhai Patel
  • Deodar – Keshaji Chauhan
  • Chanasma – Dilipji Virji Thakor
  • Kheralu – Bharatisinh Dabhi
  • Himatnagar – Rajendrabhai Ranjitsinh Chavda
  • Khedbrahma – Smt. Ramilaben Becharbhai Bara
  • Bhiloda – P.C.Branda
  • Modasa – Bhikhusinh Chatursinh Parmar
  • Daskroi – Babubhai J.Patel
  • Dholka – Bhupendrasinh Chudasma
  • Limdi – Kiritsinh Rana
  • Wadhwan – Dhanjibhai Patel
  • Jasdan – Bharatbhai Boghra
  • Jetpur – Jayeshbhai Radadiya
  • Jamnagar Rural – Raghvjibhai Patel
  • Jamnagar North – Dharmendrasinh Merubha Jadeja (Hakubha)
  • Jamjodhpur – Chimanbhai Sapariya
  • Khambhalia – Kalubhai chavda
  • Dwarka – Pabubha Virmbha Manek
  • Mangrol – Bhagvanjibhai Kargatiya
  • Junagadh – Mahendrabhai Mashru
  • Somnath – Jashabhai Bhanabhai Barad
  • Talala – Govindbhai Parmar
  • Dhari – Dilipbhai Sanghani
  • Amreli – Bavkubhai Udhad
  • Rajula – Hirabhai Solanki
  • Mahuva – Raghvjibhai Makvana ( R.C)
  • Bhavnagar Rural – Parshotambhai Odhavjibhai Solanki
  • Bhavnagar East – Vibharvriben Dave
  • Gadhada – Atmarambhai Parma
  • Umreth – Govindbhai Raijibhai Parmar
  • Sojitra – Vipulbhai Vinubhai Patel
  • Mehemdabad – Arjunsing Chauhan
  • Thasra – Ramsinh Parmar
  • Balasinor – Mansinh Chauhan
  • Godhra – C.K.Raulji
  • Shehra – Jethabhai Aahir
  • Halol – Jaydrathsinh parmar
  • Devgadhbaria – Bachubhai Khabad
  • Savli – Ketanbhai Inamdar
  • Jetpur – Jayantibhai Rathva
  • Vadodara City – Smt. Manishaben Vakil
  • Raopura – Rajendrabhai Trivedi
  • Manjalpur – Yogeshbhai Patel
  • Padra – Dineshbhai Patel (Mama)
  • Karjan – Satisbhai Balubhai Patel
  • Nandod – Shabdsharnbhai Tadvi
  • Dediapada – Motibhai P.Vasava
  • Vagra – Arunsinh Rana
  • Jhaghadiya – Ravjibhai Vasava
  • Ankleshwar – Ishavarsinh Patel
  • Olpad – Mukesh Patel
  • Mangrol – Ganpatbhai Vestabhai Vasava
  • Varachha Road – Kumarbhai Shivabhai Kanani
  • Limbayat – Smt. Sangitaben Rajendrabhai Patil
  • Majura – Harsh Rameshbhai Sanghvi
  • Surat West – Purneshbhai Ishwarlal Modi
  • Bardoli – Ishwarbhai Ramanbhai Parmar
  • Nizar – Kantibhai Reshmabhai Gamit
  • Dangs – Vijaybhai Patel
  • Jalalpore – Rameshbhai Chhotubhai Patel
  • Vansadaa – Ganapatbhai Ulukbhai Mahla
  • Valsad – Bharatbhai Patel
  • Pardi – Kanubhai desai
  • Umbergao – Ramanbhai Nanubhai Paatakar
  • Abdasa – Chhbilbhai Patel
  • Mandvi – Virendrasinh Jadeja
  • Rapar – Pankajbhai Mehta
  • Dasada – Ramanbhai Vora
  • Dhangdhra – Jayrambhai Sonagra
  • Morbi – Kantibhai Amrutiya
  • Rajkot East – Arvindbhai Raiyani
  • Rajkot South – Govindbhai Patel
  • Rajkot Rural – Lakhabhai Saghthiya
  • Jamnagar South – RC Faldu
  • Visvadar – Kiritbhai Patel
  • Keshod – Devabhai Punjabhai Malam
  • Kodinar – Dr Rambhai Vadhel
  • Savarkundala – Kamleshbhai Kanani
  • Talaja – Gautambhai Gopalbhai Chauhan
  • Gariyadhar – Keshubhai Hirjibhai Nakrani
  • Palitana – Bhikhabhai Baraiya
  • Botad – Saurabhbhai Patel
  • Jambusar – Chhatrasinh Mori
  • Bharuch – Dushyant Patel
  • Kamrej – VD Zalavadiya
  • Surat North – Kantibhai Himmatbhai Ballar
  • Karanj – Pravinbhai Ghoghari
  • Udhna – Vivekbhai Patel
  • Katargam – Vinubhai Moradiya
  • Choryasi – Jhankhanaben Hiteshbhai Patel
  • Mahuva – Mohanbhai Dhanjibhai Dhodiya
  • Vyara – Arvindbhai Rumsinhbhai Chaudhry
  • Navsari – Piyushbhai Desaai
  • Bhuj – Dr. Nimaben Aachary
  • Gandhidham – Mrs. Maltiben K. Maheshvari
  • Danta – Malajibhai Kodaravi
  • Kankrej – Kirtisinh Vaghela
  • Prantij – Gajendrasinh Parmar
  • Vatva – Pradipsinh Jadeja
  • Nikol – Jagdishbhai Panchal
  • Naroda – Balram Khubchand Thavani
  • Jamalpur-Khadia – Bhushanbhai Bhatt
  • Chotila – Jinabhai Najabhai Dedvariya
  • Tankara – Raghvajibhai Gadara
  • Wankaner – Jitubhai Kantibhai Somani
  • Gondal – Mrs.Gitaba Jayrajsinh Jadeja
  • Dhoraji – Haribhai Patel
  • Kalavad – Muljibhai Dayabhai Ghaiyada
  • Porbandar – Babubhai Bokhiriya
  • Kutiyana – Lakhmanbhai Bhimabhai Odedara
  • Manavadar – Nitinbhai Valjibhai Faldu
  • Una – Haribhai Boghabhai Solanki
  • Lathi – Gopalbhai Vastrpara (Chamardi)
  • Khambhat – Mayurbhai Raval
  • Aanklav – Mrs.Hansakuvarba Raj
  • Matar – Kesrisinh Solanki
  • Santrampur – Kubersinh Dindor
  • Morva hadaf – Vikramsinh Ramsinh Dindor
  • Fatepura – Rameshbhai Bhurabhai Katara
  • Jhalod – Maheshbhai Somjibhai Bhuriya
  • Dahod – Kaniyalal Bachulal Kishori
  • Garbada – Mahendrabhai Bhabhor
  • Sankheda – Abhesinh Motisinh Tadavi
  • Dabhoi – Shailesh Maheta (Sotta)
  • Mandvi – Pravinbhai Merjibhai Chaudhary
  • Surat East – Arvindbhai Shantilal Ranaa
  • Gandevi – Nareshbhai Maganbhai Patel
  • Dharampur – Arvindbhai Patel
  • Kaprada – Madhubhai Bapubhai Raut

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Gujarat legislative assembly election 2017 Results

Results of Gujarat Vidhan sabha polls will be announced on 18 December 2017 (18/12/2017).

BJP party had 118 BJP MLA, 42 Congress MLA, 2 NCP MLA, 1 JD(U) MLA in 2012 Gujarat Legislative Assembly election. How many seats will BJP win in 2017 assembly / Vidhan Sabha elections at Gujarat in present political situations. Will Congress party be able to increase their seats at Gujarat and come into rule from 2018 is awaited by everyone eagerly.