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Assembly Election Results 2012
View Exit Poll Results

Uttar Pradesh - (403)

Party
Lead
Won
SP
0
224
BSP
0
80
BJP
0
47
CONG+RLD
0
38
Others
0
14

Uttarakhand - (70)

Party
Lead
Won
CONG
0
32
BJP
0
31
Others
0
4
BSP
0
3
SP
0
0

Goa - (40)

Party
Lead
Won
BJP+MGP
0
26
CONG+NCP
0
9
Others
0
5

Punjab - (117)

Party
Lead
Won
SAD+BJP
0
68
CONG
0
46
Others
0
3
PPP
0
0

Manipur - (60)

Party
Lead
Won
CONG
0
42
Others
0
10
TMC
0
7
PDF
0
1
NPF
0
0
Mahesh Chandra Mishra, BSP, Maholi
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Mahesh Chandra Mishra, BSP, Maholi

He is a BSP candidate from Maholi assembly constituency in Sitapur district. Mishra is a multi-millionaire with movable and immovable assets worth nearly Rs 2 crore. According to Mishra’s affidavit, he manages funds through nine bank accounts. He has reportedly invested in 15 saving schemes. The BSP candidate from Maholi holds an intermediate degree. Mishra has done his intermediate from Khemkaran College, Sitapur.
Tejpal Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand Raksha Morcha
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Tejpal Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand Raksha Morcha

The Uttarakhand Raksha Morcha (URM) led by Lt Gen (retd) Tejpal Singh Rawat is likely to benefit in the Uttarakhand Assembly elections 2012, what with discontent brewing in both the BJP and the Congress. Before starting his own party, Tejpal was associated with the Congress. But in 2007 he left the Congress after it decided to make Harak Singh Rawat leader of opposition. He resigned from the assembly, handing his seat to BJP’s BC Khanduri. In 2009, the BJP returned the favour by fielding Rawat for the Lok Sabha seat vacated by Khanduri. After losing the election, Rawat – or TPS as he is known - accused the BJP of corruption, quit and formed the URM. Since then he has been trying hard to get a foothold in the state.
Dayanand Narvekar, Congress, Aldona
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Dayanand Narvekar, Congress, Aldona

Dayanand Narvekar, 61, is testing his luck from Aldona (North Goa) on a Indian National Congress (INC) ticket. With total assets of more than Rs 12 crore, Narvekar does not exactly have a clean slate with two criminal cases against him. With a BA degree from St.Xavier's College, Mapusa, Goa in 1971 and a LLB from New Law College, Bombay in 1974, Dayanand is doing everything possible to woo voters to his fold in a city known for its Sao Tome church. Aldona has an average literacy rate of 79 per cent.
Amanpreet Singh Chhina, PPP, Rajasansi
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Amanpreet Singh Chhina, PPP, Rajasansi

Belonging to a family of freedom fighters, Amanpreet Singh Chhina, 34, was a practicing lawyer in UK before he decided to return. After becoming a law graduate, he had gone to Oxford for his Masters degree. He is the People’s Party of Punjab (PPP) candidate from Rajasansi in Amritsar district. Chinna's background is Red: his great grandfather Comrade Achhar Singh was an associate of Subhash Chandra Bose. Achhar Singh later represented the Ajnala Assembly constituency. Chhina approached Manpreet who agreed to field him from Rajasansi.
O. Ibobi Singh, Congress,Thoubal constituency
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O. Ibobi Singh, Congress,Thoubal constituency

O. Ibobi Singh, chief minister of Manipur is contesting from the Thoubal constituency. Singh, who has been at the helm for two consecutive terms, is credited with bringing political stability in Manipur. His terms have been marked by agitations, ethnic conflicts, fake encounters and a 121-day economic blockade, but somehow, he has managed to check the slide. But these polls are an acid test for him. Five parties - NCP, RJD, CPM, JD (U) and Manipur People's Party (MPP) - have come together against him. He has total assets of Rs 71 lakhs.
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