Goa Vote Count: BJP, Cong In Hung Assembly as CM Parsekar Resigns
AAP has made a serious bid in Goa where the fight for the 40-member assembly is primarily between BJP and Congress.
The Quint DAILY
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Parrikar and Parsekar Address Press Conference
CM Laxmikant Parsekar addresses a press conference, along with Manohar Parrikar. Both take turns to say that though the number of seats are a little less than Congress, the voting percentage of BJP is 33% and Congress is 28%, that is 5% more.
Counting Officially Over, Hung Assembly It Is
The counting of votes is officially over for the Goa State Sate Assembly Elections 2017. The final tally is:
Arvind Kejriwal guarantee of the AAP winning “35 out of 40 seats” fails as the party fails to secure even one seat.
Published: 11 Mar 2017, 12:15 AM IST
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