Assembly Election 2012: The biggest winners

India | | March 6, 2012, 7:49 pm
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Yashpal Arya from Congress won from Bajpur, Uttarakhand.

Yashpal Arya from Congress won from Bajpur, Uttarakhand.

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Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal of the SAD won from Lambi.

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal of the SAD won from Lambi.

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BJP leader Uma Bharti won from Charkhari, UP.

BJP leader Uma Bharti won from Charkhari, UP.

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Rita Bahuguna Joshi of the Indian National Congress won from Lucknow Cantt, UP.

Rita Bahuguna Joshi of the Indian National Congress won from Lucknow Cantt, UP.

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Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh won the Thoubal assembly constituency defeating his nearest rival O Indira of BJP by over 10,000 votes.

Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh won the Thoubal assembly constituency defeating his nearest rival O Indira of BJP by over 10,000 votes.

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Mohammad Azam Khan, a leader of the Samajwadi Party won from Rampur, Uttar Pradesh.

Mohammad Azam Khan, a leader of the Samajwadi Party won from Rampur, Uttar Pradesh.

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Manohar Parrikar of the BJP won from Panaji, Goa with a margin of 6068 votes.

Manohar Parrikar of the BJP won from Panaji, Goa with a margin of 6068 votes.

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Meet the biggest gainers of Assembly Elections 2012. Former Indian cricketer turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu, wearing orange turban, stands next to his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu after she was declared winner outside a counting station in Amritsar, March 6, 2012. Election officials counted votes Tuesday in crucial polls in five Indian states that could provide a boost for the ruling Congress party's national coalition, or cripple it for the last two years of its term. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Meet the biggest gainers of Assembly Elections 2012. Former Indian cricketer turned politician Navjot Singh Sidhu, wearing orange turban, stands next to his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu after she was declared winner outside a counting station in Amritsar, March 6, 2012. Election officials counted votes Tuesday in crucial polls in five Indian states that could provide a boost for the ruling Congress party's national coalition, or cripple it for the last two years of its term. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

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Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh retained the Patiala constituency by defeating ruling SAD's Surjit Singh Kohli by a margin of 42,318 votes.

Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh retained the Patiala constituency by defeating ruling SAD's Surjit Singh Kohli by a margin of 42,318 votes.

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Madan Kaushik of BJP won from Hardwar, Uttarakhand.

Madan Kaushik of BJP won from Hardwar, Uttarakhand.

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Bibi Jagir Kaur of the Akali Dal won from Bholath, Punjab.

Bibi Jagir Kaur of the Akali Dal won from Bholath, Punjab.