PDP, BJP Savour the Taste of Victory in Assembly Polls
Updated: December 23, 2014 10:10 IST
As the BJP gained an early lead in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections, celebrations began outside the party office in Jammu.
With big gains for the BJP in the Jharkhand and the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Elections, celebrations began early for its supporters who braved the winter chill to celebrate outside the party office in New Delhi.
BJP President Amit Shah was showered with flower petals by ecstatic party workers as he arrived at the party headquarters in the Capital.
BJP workers got cracking outside their headquarters in the Capital as the news of their party's electoral gains reached them.
There was dhol and dhamaka in Jammu as BJP workers celebrated their win.
Jubilant BJP workers celebrated outside the state party office in Ranchi. The party is set to form the government in Jharkhand.
The BJP office in Ranchi transformed into a sea of colour.
PDP candidate Mohd Ashraf flashed the victory sign after defeating incumbent Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah from the Sonawar constituency.
In Srinagar, PDP supporters performed bhangra after their candidate Mohd Ashraf defeated Omar Abdullah.
Former separatist leader Sajjad Lone of the People's Conference, who won from Handwara, said he was happy with his party's performance.
A sea of support emerged for the BJP in Jammu.
Dance of Victory: BJP workers celebrated outside the party headquarters in Jammu.
A baraat of supporters danced outside the BJP headquarters in Jammu.
An elated Mehbooba Mufti thanked the people of J&K for electing PDP as the single largest party in the state.
PDP workers distributed sweets among supporters at their leader Mehbooba Mufti's residence.
PDP's Altaf Bukhari, who defeated BJP's prominent candidate Hina Bhat, flashed the victory sign.
The festival of Holi arrived months early for the BJP's supporters in Ranchi.
Pink was the hue en vogue as the women wing of the BJP celebrated after the Jharkhand Assembly results were declared at the state party office in Ranchi.
BJP workers wearing masks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, danced outside the party office in Jharkhand.
BJP workers smeared each other with gulaal in Dhanbad after the party's gains in Jharkhand.
The festivities spread all the way to Gujarat where overjoyed BJP workers lit crackers.
Sat Paul Sharma, BJP candidate from Jammu West constituency, was euphoric after he emerged a winner.
An enthusiastic supporter of the BJP performed a monkey dance in Ranchi.
Union Home Minister, senior BJP Leader, Rajnath Singh credited the Prime Minister, his party president and the workers for the electoral success in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand.