Assembly Elections 2017 Results
GOA ELECTION 2017
For Manohar Parrikar, who proved himself to be BJP's best bet in Goa by sewing up a coalition and proving its majority on the floor of Assembly, it is a homecoming and another stint as chief minister of the coastal state.
Counting of polls for Mandrem constituency is underway for the Goa Assembly Polls 2017 and BJP candidate and current CM Laxmikant Parsekar is hoping to retain his seat.
As the voting has ended, various exit polls have predicted about the winner and performances of various political parties in the high-decibel electoral battle of Goa Assembly elections. Here are all the details:-
After a wait of more than a month, the fate of 251 candidates who contested the February 4 assembly election in Goa will finally be known when the ballots polled in over 2,500 EVMs are counted on Saturday.
Exit poll results for the Assembly Elections in five states – Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa, and Manipur - have been announced.
Goa government has conveyed a one day special session of state Legislative Assembly on February 28 which would be addressed by Governor Mridula Sinha.
The image of Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar staring contemplatively into emptiness, from the infinity swimming pool was uploaded via the Chief Minister`s official Facebook account.
The Congress in Goa today alleged that election officials leaked serial numbers of postal ballots to the BJP, a charge rubbished by the state's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO).
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is followed by Navjot Singh Sidhu who recently joined the Congress party in Punjab.
The ethnic 'Wanarmare' tribe in Goa which was living in near total obscurity, recently put forward a step to join the mainstream and crossed a major milestone in their lives when they voted for the first time in the State Legislative Assembly Elections held on February 4.