Assembly By-Election Results 2017 Announced Delhi, Goa, Andhra Pradesh Live Updates :- Well, today Assembly by-elections result for four seats including New Delhi, Goa, & Andhra Pradesh took place. As per the reports voting was done for Bawana seat in Delhi, Valpoi and Panaji seats in Goa and Nandyal seat in Andhra Pradesh seats. Also, the reports are coming that BJP Wins Panaji, Valpoi, Congress Ahead in Bawana. You can read everything about this election in below. Also, the sources are saying that around 70% voting is done by voters on Goa and Andhra Pradesh booths. Live Updates Ram Rahim Sentencing
Also, In the Bawana seat in Delhi, only 45% voters made their voting choice. The Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) was used in the by-election in Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, and Goa. In Delhi’s Bawana seat was looking quite strong to get because a tough competition is going on between Ram Chander and Surender Kumar. You can say that the stick fight is going to be again between both Congress and AAP leaders. Also, till now it seems like that AAP is going to win again. Well, Bawana seat went vacant after Ved Prakash, who had left the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and won the seat in 2015 from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) resigned from the seat and went back to the BJP.
Assembly By-Election Results 2017: Delhi, Goa, Andhra Pradesh!
Also, in Andhra Pradesh is really hard to say which party is going to win here but TDP is looking quite strong here. The election is going on here because of the sudden death of MLA Bhuma Nagi Reddy in March this year. It is a battle between the YSR Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP). Let see, which one is going to win this seat because final counting is still going on.
Well, in Goa it is clear that Goa Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane of the BJP wins by a margin of 10,066 votes. Also, the BJP once again proved that they are still in the buzz and hype. Also, it shows that Congress needs more efforts because of Panaji voting is done around 70 Per cent and people showed that they are not interested in Congress till now.