Punjab Election Results 2012: Full list of winners of all constituencies in assembly elections of Punjab and how it can change in 2017

The results for assembly elections 2017 will be declared on March 11.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 11, 2017 7:47 am
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The Assembly polls in Punjab were conducted on February 4 marking the beginning of elections in five states including Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Goa and Uttarakhand. Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal), facing the heat of recent controversy over growing drug trade in the state, is facing tough opposition from the Congress led by former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh and the new player Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) whose convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal spearheaded his party’s campaign in Punjab.

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Prior to the elections, BJP leader and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was made to pave way for Arun Jaitley to contest election from Amritsar seat in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, left the BJP and formed a new forum but speculations regarding him planning to join AAP continued for long. The speculations came to a halt after Sidhu announced his decision to join Congress and contest from Amritsar East Assembly seat, where his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu had won in 2012 on a BJP ticket.

AAP, which seemed to be a strong player and possible victor, lost some ground when its state chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur was expelled from the party. BJP and Akali Dal contested the elections in a coalition under leadership of CM Parkash Singh Badal. However, AAP did not announce its chief ministerial candidate and maintained that the leader will be selected by elected members.

Here is the list of current MLAs who won the elections in 2012

1 Sujanpur: Dinesh Singh BJP
2 Bhoa: Seema Kumari BJP
3 Pathankot: Ashwani Kumar Sharma BJP
4 Gurdaspur: Gurbachan Singh Babbehali SAD
5 Dina Nagar: Aruna Chaudhary INC
6 Qadian: Charanjit Kaur Bajwa INC
7 Batala: Ashwani Sekhri INC
8 Sri Hargobindpur: Des Raj Dhugga SAD
9 Fatehgarh: Churian Tripat Rajinder Singh Bajwa INC
10 Dera Baba Nanak: Sukhjinder Singh INC
11 Ajnala: Bonny Amarpal Singh Ajnala SAD
12 Raja Sansi: Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria INC
13 Majitha: Bikram Singh Majithia (E) SAD
14 Jandiala: Baljit Singh Jalal Usma SAD
15 Amritsar North: Anil Joshi BJP
16 Amritsar West: Raj Kumar INC
17 Amritsar Central: Om Parkash Soni INC
18 Amritsar East: Navjot Kaur Sidhu BJP
19 Amritsar South: Inderbir Singh Bolaria SAD
20 Attari: Gulzar Singh Ranike (E) SAD
21 Tarn Taran: Harmeet Singh Sandhu SAD
22 Khem Karan: Virsa Singh SAD
23 Patti: Adesh Partap Singh Kairon SAD
24 Khadoor Sahib: Ramanjit Singh Sikki INC
25 Baba Bakala: Manjit Singh Manna Mianwind (E) SAD
26 Bholath: Bibi Jagir Kaur SAD
27 Kapurthala: Rana Gurjit Singh INC
28 Sultanpur: Lodhi Navtej Singh INC
29 Phagwara: Som Parkash BJP
30 Phillaur: Avinash Chander SAD
31 Nakodar: Gurpartap Singh Wadala SAD
32 Shahkot: Ajit Singh Kohar SAD
33 Kartarpur: Sarwan Singh SAD
34 Jalandhar West: Chuni Lal Bhagat BJP
35 Jalandhar Central: Manoranjan Kalia BJP
36 Jalandhar North: K.D.Bhandari BJP
37 Jalandhar Cantt.: Pargat Singh SAD
38 Adampur: Sh. Pawan Kumar Tinu SAD
39 Mukerian: Rajnish Kumar IND
40 Dasuya: Amarjit Singh BJP
41 Urmar: Sangat Singh INC
42 Sham Chaurasi: Mohinder Kaur Josh SAD
43 Hoshiarpur: Sunder Sham Arora INC
44 Chabbewal: Sohan Singh Thandal SAD
45 Garhshankar: Surinder Singh Bhulewal Rathan SAD
46 Banga: Tarlochan Singh INC
47 Nawanshahr: Guriqbal Kaur INC
48 Balachaur: Nand Lal SAD
49 Anandpur Sahib: Madan Mohan Mittal BJP
50 Rupnagar: Dr Daljeet Singh Cheema SAD
51 Chamkaur: Sahib Charanjit Singh Channi INC
52 Kharar: Jagmohan Singh INC
53 S.A.S.Nagar: Balbir Singh Sidhu INC
54 Bassi Pathana: Justice Nirmal Singh SAD
55 Fatehgarh: Sahib Kuljit Singh Nagra INC
56 Amloh: Randeep Singh INC
57 Khanna: Gurkirat Singh INC
58 Samrala: Amrik Singh INC
59 Sahnewal: Sharanjit Singh Dhillon SAD
60 Ludhiana East: Ranjit Singh Dhillon SAD
61 Ludhiana South: Balwinder Singh Bains IND
62 Atam Nagar: Simarjit Singh Bains IND
63 Ludhiana Central: Surinder Kumar Dawar INC
64 Ludhiana West: Bharat Bhushan Ashu INC
65 Ludhiana North: Rakesh Panday INC
66 Gill: Darshan Singh Shivalik SAD
67 Payal: Charanjit Singh Atwal SAD
68 Dakha: Manpreet Singh Ayali SAD
69 Raikot: Gurcharan Singh INC
70 Jagraon: S R Kaler SAD
71 Nihal Singh Wala: Rajwinder Kaur SAD
72 Bagha Purana: Maheshinder Singh SAD
73 Moga: Joginder Pal Jain INC
74 Dharamkot: Tota Singh SAD
75 Zira: Hari Singh SAD
76 Firozpur City: Parminder Singh Pinki INC
77 Firozpur Rural: Joginder Singh Alias Jindu SAD
78 Guru Har Sahai: Gurmeet Singh Sodhi INC
79 Jalalabad: Sukhbir Singh Badal SAD
80 Fazilka: Surjit Kumar Jyani BJP
81 Abohar: Sunil Kumar Jakhar INC
82 Balluana: Gurtej Singh SAD
83 Lambi: Parkash Singh Badal SAD
84 Gidderbaha: Amrinder Singh Raja Warring INC
85 Malout: Harpreet Singh SAD
86 Muktsar: Karan Kaur INC
87 Faridkot: Deep Malhotra SAD
88 Kotkapura: Mantar Singh Brar SAD
89 Jaitu: Joginder Singh INC
90 Rampura: Phul Sikander Singh Maluka SAD
91 Bhucho Mandi: Ajaib Singh Bhatti INC
92 Bathinda Urban: Sarup Chand Singla SAD
93 Bathinda Rural: Darshan Singh Kotfatta SAD
94 Talwandi Sabo: Jeetmohinder Singh Sidhu INC
95 Maur: Janmeja Singh SAD
96 Mansa: Prem Mittal SAD
97 Sardulgarh: Ajit Inder Singh INC
98 Budhlada: Chatin Singh SAD
99 Lehra: Rajinder Kaur Bhattal INC
100 Dirba: Sant Balvir Singh Ghunas SAD
101 Sunam: Parminder Singh Dhindsa SAD
102 Bhadaur: Mohammed Sadique INC
103 Barnala: Kewal Singh Dhillon INC
104 Mehal Kalan: Harchand Kaur INC
105 Malerkotla: F. Nesara Khatoon (Farzana Alam) SAD
106 Amargarh: Iqbal Singh Jhundan SAD
107 Dhuri: Arvind Khanna INC
108 Sangrur: Parkash Chand Garg SAD
109 Nabha: Sadhu Singh INC
110 Patiala: Rural Brahm Mohindra INC
111 Rajpura: Hardyal Singh Kamboj INC
112 Dera Bassi: N.K. Sharma SAD
113 Ghanaur: Harpreet Kaur Mukhmailpura SAD
114 Sanour: Lal Singh INC
115 Patiala: Amarinder Singh INC
116 Samana: Surjit Singh Rakhra SAD
117 Shutrana: Vaninder Kaur Loomba SAD

As per the majority of pre-poll surveys conducted by different agencies, the incumbent SAD-BJP government seems to be losing out on a lot of votes in 2017 elections. On the other hand, Congress and AAP have a strong chance of winning good number of seats but any of them getting a comfortable majority seems to be tough.

Here’s what the pre-poll survey predicted for 2017 Punjab Assembly Elections

Source: Elections.in Exit poll predictions for the 2017 Assembly elections in Goa, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab.

All the exit polls have predicted that the ruling SAD-BJP alliance would be thrown out of power with four polls giving it less than 10 seats. On the other hand, these polls have predicted a neck-and-neck fight between the Congress and AAP with two polls giving both parties equal number of seats. According to these polls, both Congress and AAP may secure over 50 seats each, short of the 59 seats needed in the House of 117. India Today said the SAD-BJP alliance may get a minimum of 4 but a maximum of 7 seats. It predicted that Congress may get as many as 71 and AAP a maximum of 51 seats. India TV gave AAP the upper hand, giving it up to 67 seats for 49 to Congress. News24 and India News gave Congress and AAP almost equal number of seats, 54 and 55 respectively.

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