I bow to my sisters and brothers of Arunachal Pradesh for placing their faith in @BJP4Arunachal. We will leave no stone unturned in serving the state.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 23, 2019
Congratulations to our youthful CM @PemaKhanduBJP and the entire Arunachal Pradesh BJP for the hardwork. Proud of this team!
Final results of 31 out of 60 Assembly constituencies have been declared by the Election Commission of India. Out of these 31 seats, BJP has bagged 19, JD(U) 5, Congress 3, Independents candidates 2, while 1 seat each to NPP and PPA.
The BJP has garnered more than half of the votes in the state, said the trends available on the website of the Election Commission of India. It has secured 5.45% of votes so far.
Election results | Latest numbers according to EC (wins + leads):
BJP's tally has been constantly improving in the state, as it has now been declared winning 15 seats.
The status of 33 out of 60 Assembly seats are out in which the BJP has secured most number of seats. The saffron party has secure victory in 14 seats and is leading in nine other seats. JD (U) has won three constituencies and is leading in one seat. Congress has won two seats.
The BJP candidates have been declared winners on 12 Assembly seats. The party is leading in 11 other constituencies.
Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein won the Chowkham seat defeating his nearest Congress rival Khunang Kri by 7,291 votes.
The final result of 13 Assembly seats has been declared by the Election Commission of India. Out of which 10 have gone to BJP's kitty, two to Janata Dal (United) and one independent candidate has secured the win.