Assembly Election Result. Counting of votes for Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim assembly elections continues, know who will form the government?

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The results of the assembly elections held in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikar will be declared today. After the voting in the assembly elections in both the states, now the counting of votes will be done.

The counting of votes for the assembly elections held in 50 assembly seats of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim will now be done today, after which the results will be declared. The fate of 133 candidates in the elections in Arunachal Pradesh will be decided on Sunday when the results will be declared. Officials gave this information. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has already won 10 seats unopposed in the 60-member assembly of the state. It had won 41 seats in the 2019 elections. State Chief Electoral Officer Pawan Kumar Sen said that the counting of votes will start at 6 am on Sunday amid tight security and the final results are expected by noon. In the first phase in Arunachal Pradesh, assembly and Lok Sabha elections were held simultaneously on 19 April. 82.71 percent voters exercised their franchise in the assembly elections, while 77.51 percent voting was recorded in the elections held for two Lok Sabha seats in the state. Sen said that the counting of votes for the 50 assembly seats will be done at 24 centers which will be managed by 2,000 officers. He said, three-tier security arrangements have been made at all the counting centres. All preparations for counting, including the final round of training of officials, have been completed. Media centres will be set up at all the counting centres, Sen said. Counting of votes for the two Lok Sabha seats in the state will be done at 25 centres from 8 am on June 4. 14 candidates, including Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, contested the parliamentary election in Arunachal Pradesh. The BJP had won both the Lok Sabha seats and 41 assembly seats in the 2019 elections.

This is the condition of Sikkim

While the ruling Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) is hoping to win for the second consecutive time, the opposition SDF is eyeing to oust it from power in the counting of votes on Sunday in 32 assembly constituencies in the Himalayan state. Officials gave this information. Candidates of BJP, Congress and Citizen Action Party-Sikkim (CAP-S) are also in the fray. Counting of votes will be held at six places in six districts amid tight security from 6 am on Sunday. He said that preparations have been made for counting of votes for nine seats in Gangtok district, seven in Namchi, five in Pakyong, four each in Soreng and Gyalshing and three in Mangan. Officials said that extensive security arrangements have been made under the supervision of observers appointed by the Election Commission of India to conduct the counting process in a free and fair manner. In the first phase on April 19, about 80 percent of the 4.64 lakh voters in 32 assembly constituencies and one Lok Sabha seat exercised their franchise. The counting of votes cast on the only Lok Sabha seat will be done on June 4 along with the rest of the country. An additional four per cent votes were cast through postal ballots by government employees, the CEO office said. Of the 146 candidates in the fray, Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang, his wife Krishna Kumari Rai, former chief minister Pawan Kumar Chamling and former Indian footballer Bhaichung Bhutia are the prominent candidates. The SKM and SDF have fielded candidates in all 32 assembly seats, followed by the BJP (31), CAP-Sikkim (30) and the Congress (12).

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