Chief minister Pramod Sawant at state BJP office.#GoaAssemblyElectionresults2022 pic.twitter.com/tZD6CMvEVJ— Gomantak Times (@Gomantak_Times) March 10, 2022
As the counting of postal ballots start, former BJP leader and Goa Chief Minister said that BJP cheated me. "I was never with congress and BJP has cheated me so I am equidistant from both the parties and if I win and will take a call in the interest of Goa," he said.
#GoaElections2022 | I was never with congress and BJP has cheated me so I am equidistant from both the parties and if I win and will take a call in the interest of Goa: Laxmikant Parsekar pic.twitter.com/N87P34Aqnl— Gomantak Times (@Gomantak_Times) March 10, 2022
As counting of postal ballots is underway, early leads show the BJP leading on 9 seats while Congress is ahead on 8 seats.
The counting of votes in Valpoi shows that Health Minister Vishwajit Rane is ahead with 1300 votes
Divya Rane is leading in Poriem assembly consituency of the North Goa with 2600 votes.
Atanasio ‘Babush’ Monserrate is leading in Panaji by 383 votes after the first round of counting.
Goa Forward Party Chief Vijai Sardesai is leading from Fatorda by 593 votes in early trends. He is facing a challenge from BJP Damu Naik.
After the counting of Postal ballot, Congress is leading on 17 seats while BJP is ahead on 14 seats. MGP-TMC is ahead on 4 seats while one Independent Alexio Reginaldo is ahead in Curtorim
In Panaji, BJP's Babush Monserrate is leading over Utpal Parrikar by 1167 votes. Congress's Elvis Gomes is placed at the third place with 343 votes.
Congress's Dharamesh Saglani is leading over Chief Pramod Sawant from Sanquelim by 470 votes.
Early leads coming in from Taleigao show the BJP's Jennifer Monserrate is leading over Congress's Tony Alfredo Rodrigues by 88 votes.
In Aldona, BJP's Glenn Ticlo is leading with 989 votes after round one with while Congress candidate Carlos Ferreira has 873 votes. TMC's Kiran Kandolkar is third place with 649 votes
BJP's Joshua D'Souza is leading from Mapusa, early numbers based on postal ballot counting only show.
After three rounds of voting, Congress's Digambar Kamat is leading from Margao by 3000 votes over BJP's Manohar Ajgaonkar.
Michael Lobo is leading from Calangute by 1676 votes after two rounds.
BJP candidate Pravin Arlekar is leading in Pernem over MGP's Rajan Korgaonkar after 4 rounds.
Congress's Digambar Kamat leads by 5849 votes over BJP's Manohar Ajgaonkar in Margao constituency.
Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco (Independent) leads in Curtorim while Revolutionary Goan candidate Rubert Pereira is second.
It's a neck-and-neck fight in Saligao where BJP candidate Jayesh Salgaonkar is trailing by 83 votes against Congress candidate Kedar Naik.
BJP's Jennifer Monserrate leads in Taleigao by only 116 votes over Congress's Tony Rodrigues in a neck-and-nech fight.
Deputy CM Chandrakant Kavlekar is trailing by over 2000 votes in Quepem behind Congress candidate and Manohar Ajgaonkar is trailing in Margao
Rane is leading from Valpoi by 5993 votes after 5 rounds of counting. When asked if he was the CM candidate, he said "no one has told me about the Chief Minister candidature yet I am working for my people."
#GoaElections2022 | The victory is possible because of the efforts of the party and Prime Minister, Narendra Modi: Vishwajit Rane.— Gomantak Times (@Gomantak_Times) March 10, 2022
Rane is leading from Valpoi by 5993 votes after 5 rounds of counting. #GoaElections #goaElectionResults pic.twitter.com/VaZfJ5PIdR
After trailing for 3 rounds of counting, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant is leading from Sanquelim by 600 votes.
BJP’s Atanasio ‘Babush’ Monserrate leads by 1000 votes in Panaji after 5 rounds of counting, while Independent candidate Utpal Parrikar, son of late Defence Minister is trailing.
MGP's Ketan Bhatikar is leading from Ponda by 129 votes over Congress's Rajesh Verenkar. Ravi Naik is placed at third spot.
In Siolim, Congress's Delilah Lobo is leading by only 34 votes over BJP's Dayanand Mandrekar
Candidate Atanasio Monserrate secures an important seat for BJP. Former chief minister Manohar Parrikar's son and independent candidate Utpal Parrikar accepted defeat and termed the poll battle as a "good fight". Monserrate beat Utpal with a margin of 700 votes.