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5 States Final Election Results 2017

Final Election Results 2017 of 5 States Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa, Manipur Punjab Election Result 2017 (Congress 77, AAP 20, AK&BJP 18, Others 2) Uttar Pradesh Election Result 2017 (BJP 325, SP+ 54, BSP 19, Others 5) Uttarakhand Election Result 2017 (BJP 57, Congress 11, Others 2) Manipur Election Result 2017 (Congress 28, BJP 21, NPF 4, Others 7) Goa Election Result 2017 (Congress 17, BJP 13, Others 10) 5 States Election Results 2017 By XReporters.com

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In Mulayam Vs Akhilesh fight for Party Chief, BJP & BSP seems to get an advantage from SP fight

NEW DELHI: Mulayam Singh Yadav today said he has no question with his child and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, and that they will “deal with issues.” He had just met the EC in Delhi to strike his claim to the icon “cycle,” of the Samajwadi Party that he established 25 years prior. Akhilesh Yadav has tested him both for the symbol and the post of party chief. His nearby helper and uncle Ram Gopal Yadav met the Election Commission not long after Mulayam Singh did and said Team…

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2017 Election battle just begins from the 4th January & sliced the election pizza into 7 pieces Elections Global Election News India Election News India News Latest India News Latest News Politics Popular Story Top News 

2017 Election battle just begins from the 4th January & sliced the election pizza into 7 pieces

New Delhi – Uttar Pradesh, seen as the principle determinant of will’s identity India’s next Prime Minister, will vote on seven days, beginning February 4 and completion March 8. Like four different states including Punjab, the outcomes for India’s most-crowded state will be declared on March 11, the Election Commission reported today. Uttar Pradesh, which has 403 seats & 200 million people, will test Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity after he unexpectedly pulled 86% of the cash being used in a demonetization drive that he accepts will check black cash…

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