Tuesday, Jul 07, 2020 | Last Update : 09:45 AM IST

104th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra2119871152629026 Tamil Nadu114978665711571 Delhi100823720883115 Gujarat36858263231967 Uttar Pradesh2770718761785 Telangana2390212703295 Karnataka234749849372 West Bengal2212614711757 Rajasthan2026315965459 Andhra Pradesh200198920239 Haryana1750413335276 Madhya Pradesh1528411579617 Bihar12140901497 Assam11737743414 Odisha9526648648 Jammu and Kashmir84295255132 Punjab64914494132 Kerala5623334128 Chhatisgarh3207257814 Uttarakhand3161258642 Jharkhand2815204520 Goa181310617 Tripura158012061 Manipur13897330 Himachal Pradesh107074610 Puducherry101148014 Nagaland5782280 Chandigarh4874016 Arunachal Pradesh269781 Mizoram191130 Sikkim125650 Meghalaya80431
  World   Americas  22 Oct 2019  Hard-fought victory: Trump congratulates Justin Trudeau for his win

Hard-fought victory: Trump congratulates Justin Trudeau for his win

ANI
Published : Oct 22, 2019, 12:37 pm IST
Updated : Oct 22, 2019, 12:37 pm IST

The Liberals were leading or elected in 146 out of 304 electoral districts that had reported results by about 10:30 pm.

US President Donald Trump on Monday (local time) congratulated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. (Photo: ANI)
 US President Donald Trump on Monday (local time) congratulated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. (Photo: ANI)

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Monday (local time) congratulated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for his "wonderful and hard-fought victory" in the election.

"Congratulations to @JustinTrudeau on a wonderful and hard fought victory. Canada is well served. I look forward to working with you toward the betterment of both of our countries!" Trump tweeted.

 

Trump's congratulatory tweet came after CBC and CTV news projected that Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party would to return to power, but as a minority government -- which would be a partnership with one or more other parties.

The Liberals were leading or elected in 146 out of 304 electoral districts that had reported results by about 10:30 pm.

The Canadian Parliament has 338 seats and the party that wins the majority of those seats - 170 or more - forms a majority government. But the polls predict no party will win a majority this election. In that scenario, the parties must team up to form a government.

Tags: us, donald trump, justin trudeau, canada
Location: United States, Washington