VIDHAN SABHA ELECTION 2012
Punjab Assembly elections results live: 117 assembly seats
10.30AM, March 06, 2012:
- SAD-BJP alliance was leading in nearly 67 seats while the Congress maintained its lead on 47 seats.
- Amarinder Singh- leading and le his son Raninder Singh also leading from the Samana
- Upinderjit Kaur, SAD, Education Minister--- leading over Navtej Sidhu at Sultanpur Lodhi
- Kewal Singh Dhillon, Congress ahead from Barnala over SAD's Malkit Singh Kittu
- Parkash Singh Badal was leading over his nearest rival and his younger brother Gurdas Singh Badal from Lambi constituency
- Deep Malhotra, SAD -- leading over Congress Avtar Singh Brar at Faridkot
- BJP's senior leader Manoranjan Kalia of the BJP was ahead over his nearest Congress rival Rajinder Beri.
- Ashwani Sharma, President BJP- leading Amarinder Singh's son Raninder Singh from Samana
- Congress' Harchand Kaur was leading over Gobind Singh Kanjla of the SAD (Mehal Kalan SC)
- Gurbachan Singh Babbehali, SAD was leading over his nearest Congress rival Raman Behl at Gurdaspur
- Madan Lal Jalalpur, Congress-- lead Harinder Singh of the CPM.at Ghanaur
- Veer Singh Lopoke, SAD - leading Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria of the Congress at Raja Sansi
- Som Prakash BJP - leading over Balbir Kumar Sodhi of the Congress in Phagwara
- Bhagat Chunni Lal, BJP- leading over Congress' Suman Kaypee at Jalandhaw West
- Pawan Tinoo, SAD- ahead of Congress' Satnam Singh Kainth. in Adampur segment
- Ajit Singh Kohar, Revenue Minister, SAD- leading over C D Kamboj of Congress.
- Charanjit Kaur Bajwa of Congress,Kadian-- leading Sewa Singh Sekhwan, Punjab Minister
- At Nabha--Balwant Singh Shahpur, SAD-- leading over Sadhu Singh Dharamsot of Congress
- Anandpur Sahib: Madanmohan Mittal, BJP-- leading over K P Rana of Congress
- Ropar:, Daljit Singh Cheema, SAD--- leading over Dr Ramesh Dutt Sharma, Congress
- List of Counting Center
- ETAILS: Each Candidate Name, age, address...
- Total Candidate: 1,078- 985 male and 93 female
- January 30: Total Votes: 1,38,92,749
- 117 constituencies, 22 districts and 19,841 polling stations
- 93,20,878 registered male - (79.11 per cent, 66,14,241) cast their ballot.
- 83,61,485 registered female voters, (79.11 per cent, 66,14,241) cast their ballot.
- 2,000 paramilitary personnel and 2,000 members of the polling staff were deployed
- videograph the counting process in all centres.