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MP, UP, Gujarat, Karnataka By Election Results 2020 LIVE: BJP baggage four seats in Manipur; Congress wins in Chhattisgarh’s Marwahi

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Manipur Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP baggage yet another seats

As effectively as to the Wangoi seat and Wangjing Tentha constiteuncy in Manipur, the BJP has moreover registered a victory in the Saitu seat. BJP’s Ngamthang Haokip defeated Congress nominee Lamtinthang Haokip by 12,257  votes. In Singhat assembly constituency, BJP candidate Ginsuanhau was declared elected unopposed and he has already been sworn in as MLA currently. 

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Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Congress registers victory in lone Chhattisgarh seat

 
The ruling Congress won the  Marwahi Meeting bypoll in Chhattisgarh. Congress candidate Dr KK Dhruw won the bypoll to the constituency, located in Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi (GPM) district, by 38,197 votes. He defeated the BJP’s Dr Gambheer Singh. Dhruw polled 83,561 votes while Singh secured 45,364 votes
 
Bypoll was necessitated for this seat, reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST), by the loss of life of its MLA and Janata Congress Chhattisgarh (J) founder Ajit Jogi on Would perchance moreover simply 29 Voting had been held on November 3 and the turnout was 77.89 p.c. With this victory, the tally of the Congress in the 90-member assembly has long gone as much as 70.
 
PTI
 

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Nagaland Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

NDPP baggage Southern Angami-I, Autonomous wins Pungro-Kiphire

 
Ruling NDPP nominee Medo Yhokha bagged the Southern Angami-I seat, while Autonomous candidate T Yangseo Sangtam won the by-elections to the Pungro-Kiphire Meeting section in Nagaland on Tuesday. Within the Southern Angami-I section, Yhokha polled 4,773 votes, defeating his nearest rival — Autonomous candidate Seyievilie Peter Zashumo — by 598 votes, presented Returning Officer Mohammed Ali Shihab. The by-election in the seat was held on November3  as it fell vacant attributable to the loss of life of MLA Vikho-o Yhoshu, who was moreover the Speaker of the Meeting.
 
In Pungro-Kiphire, the ruling Folk’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) suffered a debacle as its BJP nominee Lirimong Sangtam stood in the third place. T Yangseo Sangtam, who fought the election as an Autonomous, won the seat by a margin of 1,527 votes
 

20: 24 (IST)

Telanagana Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins Dubbak seat by narrow margin

 In Telangana’s Dubbak Meeting constituency, BJP’S M Raghunandan Rao defeated TRS’ Solipeta Sujata by a narrow margin of 1,079 votes after a neck-and-neck war at some level of the day. Congress’ Cheruku Srinivas Reddy trailed at the support of Sujatha with 22,196 votes. The bypoll, held on 3 November,was necessitated attributable to the loss of life of sitting TRS MLA Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy in August this yr attributable to health issues and the TRS fielded his widow Sujatha as its candidate.

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Uttar Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Shivraj Singh Chouhan hails BJP’s victory

In a press conference at the BJP headquarters in the stutter, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan acknowledged the party had bought of us’s blessings in Bihar, MP, Gujarat and by-polls in various states and thanked party workers.  “This election was irregular for us it was hard to work smoothly with some our colleagues who had at one level fought in opposition to us,” acknowledged the chief minister. Then again, he acknowledged that the success was attributable to the efforts of the employees and the cohesion confirmed by the party. The party has to this level won 11 seats in the stutter. Notify health minister Dr Prabhuram Choudhary won the  Meeting bypoll from Sanchi while senior tribal chief Bisahulal Singh won from Anuppur. Each and every had switched aspects from the Congress in March this yr. 

Chouhan moreover hit at the Congress for making allegations in opposition to it. ” It is now evident that of us dont worship such form of indecency.” The of us of Madhya Pradesh voted for “seva”, the chief minister acknowledged.

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Uttar Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Saffron party wins all but one seat in UP

The BJP has won six seats that went to bypolls in Uttar Pradesh on 3 November — Naugawan Sadat, Bulandshahr, Tundla , Bangermau, Ghatampur  and Deoria — while the SP wrested the Malhani seat. BJP’s Usha Sirohi trounced nearest rival Mohammad Yunus (BSP) by 21,702 votes in Bulandshahr while in Tundla, Prempal Singh Dhangar defeated SP’s Mahraj Singh Dhangar by margin of 17,683 votes. Samajwadi Occasion’s Fortunate Yadav won the Malhani seat defeating Dhananjaya Singh (Autonomous) by 4,632 votes.

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Madhya Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins 11 seats, Congress baggage one

The ruling BJP has won 11 seats in Madhya Pradesh while the Opposition Congress has won the Bioara seat where its candidate beat BJP’s Naraysingh Panwar by 12,102 votes. 

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Uttar Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP retains Bangermau seat

The ruling BJP retained the Unnao’s Bangermau Meeting seat after its candidate Shrikant Katiyar defeated Congress’ Arti Bajpai by 31,398 votes. Bangermau is among the seven assembly constituencies in the stutter for which bypolls had been held on 3 November. The seat fell vacant following the conviction of sitting MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in a rape case.
 
PTI

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Gujarat Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Gujarat Congress hits out at BJP

 
Because the BJP swept the Gujarat bypolls, the Gujarat Congress  hit out at the ruling party, pronouncing the discontinue end result is a victory of its protection of utilizing “adverse system worship manipulation, money and blackmail” to carry vitality.  Notify Congress President Amit Chavda acknowledged the party current the of us’s verdict, though it was contrary to its expectation that voters will allege a lesson to the BJP for indulging in “horse-trading and utilizing money vitality”.
 
“Voters are supreme in a democracy. We accept their verdict. Nonetheless it undoubtedly was contrary to our expectation that of us will allege a lesson to the BJP for indulging in horse-trading utilizing money and muscle vitality…Predominant cause at the support of our defeat is the BJP’s protection of sham, dam, dand, bhed (manipulation, use of cash, harassment, blackmail), its misuse of vitality and administration, money, its hunger for vitality with out care for any democratic values,” acknowledged Chavda at a press conference.
 
PTI

18: 51 (IST)

By-election Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins or leads in 40 of 59 seats, says file

BJP looks to be to be living to brush the Meeting bypolls with leads and wins in bigger than 40 of 59 seats across 11 states, in step with Election Charge traits, reports news company PTI.

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Karnataka Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP workers fill time victory in two seats

 

The outcomes of by-elections in the stutter proved that of us will reinforce Top Minister Narendra Modi and the partys pattern agenda, BJP Karnataka stutter president Nalin Kumar Kateel MP told news company PTI. Occasion workers held celebrations at the PVS Circle in Mangaluru even sooner than the outcomes got right here in because the party took the lead in the Bihar Meeting polls as effectively. Addressing partymen, Kateel acknowledged the victory in RR Nagar and Sira was anticipated and the administration of Modi and Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa needs to be extra strengthened.  It is now clear that the of us of Bihar, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh will at all times reinforce the BJP, he acknowledged.
 
PTI

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Gujarat Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP baggage three more seats in Gujarat

The ruling BJP has to this level wrested 5 seats in Gujarat. As per the most up-to-date file, BJP candidates VJ Kakadiya, Vijaybhai Patel and Jitubhai Choudhary fill registered victory in Dhari, Dangs and Kaprada assembly constituencies respectively. Earlier, the saffron party had moreover bagged the Abdasa, Morbi and Karjan seats. It is moreover leading in the 2 last seats – Limbdi and Gadhada.

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Madhya Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins yet another seat, Congress baggage one constituency

 
Ramchandra Dangi of the Congress won from Biaora seat by defeating the BJP’s Narayan Singh Panwar by a margin of 12,102 votes. Dangi obtained 95,397 votes while his BJP rival obtained 83,295 votes, officers acknowledged. The BSP’s Gopal Singh Bhilala obtained 2,237 votes while NOTA bagged 1,179. BJP chief and stutter minister Hardeep Singh Dung won from Suwasara seat by defeating Rakesh Patidar of the Congress by a margin of 29,440 votes. Dung obtained 1,17,955 votes while Patidar bagged 88,515 votes. The BSP’s Shankarlal Chouhan obtained 2,233 while NOTA possibility cornered 1,769 votes, election officers added. 
 
PTI

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Manipur Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP baggage two seats in Manipur

 
BJP candidate Paonam Brojen Singh wins Wangjing Tentha constituency in bypolls to four assembly seats in Manipur. With this the BJP has won two seats, an Autonomous backed by BJP has bagged one constituency while the saffron party is leading in the last seat of Saitu.
 
Earlier, BJP’s Oinam Lukho Singh defeated his nearest rival Khuraijam Loken Singh of the Nationwide Folk’s Occasion by 257 votes to take the  Wangoi seat. Autonomous candidate Y Antas Khan, won the Lilong seat by defeating his nearest Autonomous rival Mohd Abdul Nasir by 3,078 votes.

17: 38 (IST)

Jharkhand Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Ruling coalition retains each and every seats in Jharkhand

 
Ruling coalition retains each and every seats in Jharkhand, JMM wins from Dumka, Congress emerges victorious from Bermo, reports PTI quoting Joint Chief Electoral Officer Hiralal Mandal.

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Karnataka Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins Sira assembly seat for first time

 
The ruling BJP in Karnataka  created history of sorts by bagging the Sira Meeting section in Tumakuru district for the first time with party candidate C M Rajesh Gowda rising the winner in the fresh byelection.   Gowda defeated his closest Congress rival T B Jayachandra, a six-time MLA and old minister, by a margin of over 12,000 votes, officers acknowledged. JD(S) that had won the seat in the 2018 assembly elections has been relegated to Third place.
 
PTI

17: 13 (IST)

Uttar Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

 BJP leads on 6 seats, SP on one

The ruling BJP seemed living to carry six seats while the Samajwadi Occasion would perchance simply rating re-elected from the one it held earlier as counting of votes in the bypolls for seven Uttar Pradesh Meeting constituencies continued. BJP’s Usha Sirohi was leading in Bulandshahr, Prem Ultimate friend Dhangar in Tundla, Shrikant Katiyar in Bangarmau, Satya Prakash Mani Tripathi in Deoria, Upendra Nath Paswan in Ghatampur and Sangeeta Chauhan in Naugawan Sadat, in step with the most up-to-date traits .In Malhani, SP’s Fortunate Yadav was sooner than self reliant candidate Dhananjay Singh by 5,705 votes. The seat was earlier with SP’s Fortunate Yadav’s father Parasnath Yadav.

PTI

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Gujarat  Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP’s Pradhyumansinh Jadeja wins Abdasa

 
BJP’s Pradhyumansinh Jadeja defeated his nearest Congress rival Shantilal Senghani by a margin of 36,778 votes from Abdasa Meeting seat in Kutch district of Gujarat, the Election Charge acknowledged.  Whereas Jadeja secured 71,848 votes, Senghani was polled 35,070 votes. Autonomous candidate Hanif Padyar garnered 26,463 votes. Jadeja had won Abdasa seat in 2017 on the Congress ticket. He was one amongst the 5 turncoat MLAs of the Congress who had joined the BJP after resigning from their mother or father party earlier this yr. 

16: 43 (IST)

By-election Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins one seat in MP and three in Gujarat

 

BJP’s Narayan Singh Patel has bagged the Madhata seat in Madhya Pradesh by securing 22,129 more votes than the Congress nominee Uttampal Singh. The BJP has moreover won three seats in Gujarat – Morbi, Abdasa and Karjan where Brijesh Merja, Pradyumnasingh Jadeja and Akshaykumar Patel emerged victorious. he saffron party is leading in the 5 last assembly constituencies in the stutter.

16: 31 (IST)

Telangana Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

TRS beneficial properties narrow lead in Dubbak 

 
The ruling TRS and Opposition  BJP had been locked in a neck and neck contest in the Dubbak Meeting bypoll and the saffron party won a narrow lead of 240 votes after the completion of 20 rounds of counting of votes. The BJP was sooner than the TRS in preliminary rounds, however the ruling party bounced support and secured a lead therefore.
 
The bypoll, held on 3 November, was necessitated attributable to the loss of life of sitting TRS MLA Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy in August this yr and the TRS has fielded his widow Sujatha as its candidate. Though 20 others are moreover in the fray, the fundamental contest is among the ruling TRS, BJP and Congress.
 
PTI

16: 17 (IST)

Karnataka Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP’s N Munirathna registers third straight maintain RR Nagar

BJP’s N Munirathna wins RR Nagar Meeting byelection in Karnataka by over 58,000 votes. Munirathna, who joined the saffron party final yr,  polled 60.14 p.c of the total votes while his nearest rival, Congress’s Kusuma H obtained 32.4 p.c of the votes polled. The bypoll for RR Nagar, held on November 3, was
necessitated after the seat fell vacant attributable to disqualification of the then Congress MLA  Munirathna below anti-defection law.   This is the third consecutive victory for Munirathna since 2013 and his first because the BJP candidate.

16: 04 (IST)

Odisha Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJD widens lead in each and every Meeting seats

 
BJD candidates continued to handbook in each and every the Meeting seats in Odisha.  BJD’s Bijay Shankar Das is leading over BJP candidate Rajkishore Behera by 20,946  votes in Tirtol seat in Jagatsinghpur district while in  Balasore, BJD candidate Swarup Kumar Das is leading over his nearest BJP rival Manas Kumar Dutta by 6,476 votes.
 
 

15: 57 (IST)

Haryana  Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Indua Raj Narwal’s take is victory of farmers and labourers, says Kumari Selja

 
Reacting to Congress nominee Indu Raj Narwal’s maintain Baroda Meeting seat, Haryana Congress chief Kumari Selja acknowledged with their decision, the of us of Baroda fill given a befitting acknowledge to anti-farmers and anti-labour forces. “The victory of Indu Raj Narwal is a take of farmers and labourers. I guarantee residents of Baroda that the Congress will live as much as their expectations,” tweeted Selja.

15: 43 (IST)

Gujarat Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Voters fill rejected detrimental campaign of Congress, says Vijay Rupani

 
With the traits exhibiting the BJP leading in all eight Meeting constituencies in Gujarat, the party workers broke into occasion and burst firecrackers at its headquarters. . Chief Minister Vijay Rupani told journalists the BJP’s exhibiting in these byelections was honest a “trailer” of the discontinue end result to be anticipated in upcoming elections to native bodies and in 2022 Meeting polls.
 
Rupani acknowledged voters fill rejected the “detrimental campaign and activities” of the Congress in Gujarat, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, where counting for bypolls is underway. “Today BJP has emerged victorious across the country, whether or no longer it’s Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh or Gujarat. This is the discontinue end result of the work done by Narendra Modi government and the reinforce of of us for the BJP,” the CM acknowledged.
 
PTI

15: 35 (IST)

Haryana  Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Congress’ Indu Raj Narwal wins Baroda seat

Within the Baroda Meeting seat of Haryana, Congress candidate Indu Raj Narwal defeats BJP’ candidate and Olympian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt, reports news company PTI quoting officers. 

The Baroda seat fell vacant in April following the loss of life of Congress MLA Shri Krishan Hooda, who had won it thrice consecutively in 2009, 2014 and 2019. The constituency which went to polls on 3 November had recorded an general turnout of 68.57 p.c, sealing the fate of 14 candidates.

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Bihar Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

JD(U) fortifies lead in Valmiki Nagar

JD(U)’s Sunil Kumar maintained a actual lead over Congress’ Pravesh Kumar Mishra with a margin of 19,149 votes.

Kumar is the son of the leisurely MP Baidyanath Prasad Mahto, who had won the seat because the NDA nominee on a JD(U) ticket defeating Shashwat Kedar Pandey, the Congress candidate, in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

14: 58 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 20 seats, inches end to straightforward majority in MP

BJP is leading in 20 seats, Congress in seven and BSP in one in Madhya Pradesh, amid the saffron party’s increasing self assurance of having a straightforward majority in the stutter.

Within the 230-member stutter Meeting, BJP already has 107 MLAs and wants ideal eight more party legislators to be elected to vitality to fill a straightforward majority. The Kamal Nath government had fallen in March 2020 after 25 MLAs switched camps to BJP below the management of Jyotiraditya Scindia.

The Congress, with 87 MLAs, needs to take all 28 seats to fill a likelihood at government formation.

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Madhya Pradesh Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 21 seats

Here is the repute of wins and leads in the stutter:

Madhya Pradesh (28 Meeting seats)
Sumaoli: Congress leads
Morena: BSP leads
Dimani: Congress leads
Ambah: BJP leads
Mehgaon: BJP leads
Gohad: Congress leads
Gwalior: BJP leads
Gwalior East: BJP leads
Dabra: BJP leads
Bhander: BJP leads
Karera: Congress leads
Pohari: BJP leads
Bamori: BJP leads
Ashok Nagar: BJP leads
Mungaoli: BJP leads
Surkhi: BJP leads
Malhara: BJP leads
Anuppur: BJP leads
Sanchi: BJP leads
Biaora: Congress leads
Agar: Congress leads
Hatpiplya: BJP leads
Mandhata: BJP leads
Nepanagar: BJP leads
Badnawar: BJP leads
Sanwer: BJP leads
Suwasra: BJP leads
Jaura: BJP leads

14: 25 (IST)

By Election Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 40 seats across 11 states, wins in 2 seats

Here is the repute of wins and leads in the 11 states:

Karnataka (2 Meeting seats)
Sira: BJP leads
RR Nagar: BJP leads

Jharkhand (2 Meeting seats)
Dumka: BJP leads
Bermo: Congress leads

Haryana (1 Meeting seat)
Baroda: Congress leads

Gujarat (8 Meeting seats)
Abdasa: BJP leads
Limbdi: BJP leads
Morbi: BJP leads
Dhari: BJP leads
Gadhada: BJP leads
Karjan: BJP leads
Dangs: BJP leads
Kaprada: BJP leads

Chhattisgarh (1 Meeting seat)
Marwahi: Congress leads

14: 17 (IST)

By Election Results 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 40 seats across 11 states, wins in 2 seats

Here is the repute of wins and leads in the 11 states:

Bihar (1 Lok Sabha seat)
Valmiki Nagar: JD(U) leading

Uttar Pradesh (1 Meeting seat)
Marwahi: Congress leading

Telangana (1 Meeting seat)
Dubbak: BJP leading

Odisha (2 Meeting seats)
Balasore: BJD leading
Tirtol: BJD leading

Nagaland (2 Meeting seats)
Souther Angami-I: NDPP leading
Pungro Kiphire: Autonomous candidate leading

Manipur (5 Meeting  seats)
Wangoi: BJP wins
Lilong: Autonomous candidate wins
Saitu: BJP leads
Singhat: BJP wins
Wangjing Tentha: BJP leads

14: 14 (IST)

Manipur By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Autonomous candidate wins Manipur seat

Y Antas Khan emerged victorious in the Lilong Meeting seat in Manipur. BJP has won in two seats and is leading in two others.

13: 54 (IST)

Haryana By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

If satellites in stutter is also managed, EVMs is also hacked: Congress chief

Haryana Congress chief Udit Raj acknowledged that EVMs must slip even when Congress wins. “If one can control satellites on Moon and Mars from the bottom, then what is an EVM in entrance of them? All over the fresh Haryana polls, few boys had been caught hacking EVMs via Bluetooth,” he alleged.

Congress’ Indu Raj is leading by 9,553 seats, while BJP’s Yogeshwar Dutt is trailing.

13: 35 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP’s VD Sharma accuses Kamal Nath of betraying of us

Lok Sabha MP and Madhya Pradesh BJP chief VD Sharma accused Kamal Nath of betraying the of us of Madhya Pradesh by working a government on the directions of Digvijay Singh.

Talking at a press conference, he acknowledged Nath needed to apologise to Imarti Devi, for the time being a minister in the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, for insulting the “Dalit beti (daughter)” with his “item” issue.

13: 16 (IST)

Manipur By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP registers maintain Manipur’s Wangoi

BJP’s Oinam Lukhoi Singh emerged victorious in the Wangoi constituency with a narrow margin of 257 votes. The trailing candidate is Nationwide Folk’s Occasion’s Khuraijam Loken Singh.

The BJP candidate from Singhat moreover registered a take, while the party is leading in Saitu and Wangjing Tentha. Within the interim, Autonomous candidate Y Antas Khan has maintained a lead of over 3,000 votes in Lilong.

13: 12 (IST)

Gujarat By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Bypolls a trailer for stutter elections

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani acknowledged that the BJP is end to victory in the eight seats that went to bypolls, adding that these elections are a trailer of the upcoming polls in the stutter.

“Congress is a sinking ship, they’ve lost join with of us. Results are in opposition to them in every single place. Or no longer it’s a party sans management,” he told ANI. The term of the Gujarat Meeting is attributable to end result in December 2022.

12: 55 (IST)

Karnataka By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Yediyurappa, BJP leaders fill time lead in each and every seats

As BJP’s Munirathna took a lead of over 35,000 votes in RR Nagar and CM Rajesh Gowda led by over 8,400 votes in Sira, celebrations had been held at Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa’s Bengaluru stutter.

12: 44 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

How Scindia loyalists are faring in MP bypolls

Here is how the Jyotiraditya Scindia loyalists, who grew to develop into ministers in the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, and the map in which they’re faring in the bypolls:

Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon from Badnawar (Cabinet minister) is leading by 20,685 votes

Tulsiram Silavat from Sanwer in Indore (Water Resource Minister) is leading by 11,401 votes

Hardeep Singh Dung from Suwasra (New and renewable Vitality Minister) is leading by 13,439 votes

Mahendra Singh Sisodia from Bamori (Labour Minister) is leading by 17,296 votes

Suresh Dhakad from Pohri (Public Works Division) is leading by 1,472 votes

Govind Singh Rajput from Surkhi (Transport Minister) is leading by 8,616 votes

Brijendra Singh Yadav from Mugawli (Public Health Engineering) is leading by 8,304 votes

Prabhuram Chaudhary from Sanchi (Health Minister) is leading by 24,444 votes

Bisahulal Singh from Anuppur (Meals and Civil Provides) is leading by 11,485 votes

Imarti Devi from Dabra (Ladies and Tiny one Pattern) is leading by a margin of 1,785 votes

Pradhyuman Singh Tomar from Gwalior (Vitality Minister) is leading by 3,125 votes

Adal Singh Kansana from Sumawli (Cabinet Minister) is trailing by 10,418 votes

OPS Bhadoria from Mehagaon (Urban Pattern and Housing) is trailing by 175 votes

Girrija Dandotia from Dimani (Cabinet Minister) is trailing by 6,614 votes

12: 17 (IST)

Gujarat By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Leaders fill time as BJP leads in all seats

BJP is leading in the total eight constituencies that went to bypolls in Gujarat.

Congress competitors are trailing by heavy margins, with Suresh Katodiya trailing by the least margin (5,776 votes) in Dhari and Khachar Chetanbhai Ramkhubhai trailing by the ideal margin (22,982 votes) in Limbdi.

11: 46 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Narottam Mishra says BJP will rating majority in MP bypolls

Madhya Pradesh Minister Narottam Mishra acknowledged the BJP will rating a majority and Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath will return to Delhi. “BJP has nothing to lose. I heard Digvijaya Singh’s issue. If he is questioning EVMs, it system BJP is successful. We’re getting majority and the 2 elderlies (Digvijaya Singh, Kamal Nath) are going to Delhi,” he told ANI.

The party took a lead in 17 Madhya Pradesh constituencies, with Congress leading in nine seats.

11: 27 (IST)

Manipur By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

JD(U)’s Sunil Kumar leads in Valmiki Nagar

As counting in the right Lok Sabha seat that went to bypolls progressed, JD(U)’s Sunil Kumar took the lead with a vote half of over 33.59 p.c, with Congress’ Pravesh Kumar Mishra trailing at the support of with 30 p.c votes, as per EC info.

Bharati Panchayat Occasion’s Shailendra Kumar stood third with 18.89 p.c of the votes.

11: 18 (IST)

Manipur By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP wins one seat in Manipur

The BJP emerged victorious in the Singhat constituency, with its candidate Ginsuanhau successful from the seat. The saffron party is leading on two seats, Congress in one and Autonomous in one.

10: 53 (IST)

Haryana By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Yogeshwar Dutt trails by over 2,000 votes

Congress candidate Indu Raj Narwal is leading over his nearest rival and BJP nominee Yogeshwar Dutt by a margin 2,049 votes from the Baroda Meeting seat in Haryana, as per preliminary traits.

Three-tier security has been supplied at the counting centre in Sonipat’s Mohana, in step with officers.

10: 45 (IST)

Uttar Pradesh By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 5 of 7 seats

BJP is leading in 5 seats, while the BSP and Autonomous are leading in one seat each and every in Uttar Pradesh. Following are the vote shares to this level:

AIMIM – 0.35%
BJP – 34.68%
BSP – 21.28%
INC – 6.97%
NCP – 0.12%
NOTA – 0.71%
RLD – 0.50%
SP – 25.90%

10: 26 (IST)

Telangana By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in Telangana

BJP’s Madhavaneni Raghunandan Rao is leading with 9,223 votes, TRS’ Solipeta Sujatha is trailing with 7,964 votes in Telangana’s Dubbak Meeting constituency.

10: 20 (IST)

Odisha By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJD leads in two seats

Naveen Patnaik-led BJD is leading in each and every the seats – Balasore and Tirtol.

10: 15 (IST)

Nagaland By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

Autonomous candidates lead in each and every Nagaland seats

Autonomous candidate T Yangseo Sangtam is leading in Pungro Kiphire with 2,261 seats, and Seyievilie Peter Zashumo led in Southern Angami-I constituency in 2,114 votes.

10: 10 (IST)

Manipur By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in one seat, Congress in one more

In early traits for 2 out of 5 constituencies where bypolls had been held in Manipur, BJP is leading in one and Congress in one more.

10: 08 (IST)

Madhya Pradesh By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in 13 seats, Congress in 5

With a vote half of over 50 p.c, BJP took a overjoyed lead in 13 seats in Madhya Pradesh, where steering the saffron party to victory to offer it a straightforward majority is being regarded as Jyotiraditya Scindia’s test.

Congress is leading 5 constituencies, and Bahujan Samaj Occasion in one. Within the interim, events worship Shiv Sena, Samajwadi Occasion and CPI are stagnant at single-digit vote shares.

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Karnataka By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP takes lead in Karnataka

BJP is leading in the RR Nagar and Sira Meeting constituencies in Karnataka. Congress is trailing with a vote half of 32.41 p.c, while old CM HD Kumaraswamy’s JD(S) has a meagre half of 9.53 p.c, as per EC info.

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Jharkhand By Election Outcome 2020 Most up-to-date Updates

BJP leads in each and every Jharkhand seats

With a vote half of 57.25%, BJP is for the time being leading in each and every the seats that went for bypolls in Jharkhand. the vote shares of various events are:

BSP – 2.08%
CPI – 1.31%
INC – 25.93%
JMM – 8.26%
NOTA – 1.28%
Other – 3.89%

MP By Election Results 2020 LATEST Updates: As effectively as to the Wangoi seat and Wangjing Tentha constiteuncy in Manipur, the BJP has moreover registered a victory in the Saitu seat. BJP’s Ngamthang Haokip defeated Congress nominee Lamtinthang Haokip by 12,257 votes. In Singhat assembly constituency, BJP candidate Ginsuanhau was declared elected unopposed and he has already been sworn in as MLA currently.

Congress candidate Dr KK Dhruw won the bypoll to Chhatisgarh’s Marwahi constituency by 38,197 votes.

In Telangana’s Dubbak Meeting constituency, BJP’S M Raghunandan Rao defeated TRS’ Solipeta Sujatha by a narrow margin of 1,079 votes after a neck-and-neck war at some level of the day. Congress’ Cheruku Srinivas Reddy trailed at the support of Sujatha with 22,196 votes.

The BJP has won six seats that went to bypolls in Uttar Pradesh — Naugawan Sadat, Bulandshahr, Tundla , Bangermau, Ghatampur and Deoria — while the SP wrested the Malhani seat. BJP’s Usha Sirohi trounced nearest rival Mohammad Yunus (BSP) by 21,702 votes in Bulandshahr while in Tundla, Prempal Singh Dhangar defeated SP’s Mahraj Singh Dhangar by margin of 17,683 votes. Samajwadi Occasion’s Fortunate Yadav won the Malhani seat defeating Dhananjaya Singh (Autonomous) by 4,632 votes.

As effectively as to Abdasa, Morbi and Karjan, where Congress turncoats registered a take, the ruling BJP has moreover wrested Limbdi, Dhari, Dangs, Gadhada and Kaprada seats. In Dangs, BJP’s Vijaybhai Patel defeated Congress’ Suryakant Gavit by a whopping 60,095 votes.

The ruling BJP in Karnataka won the byelections to two Meeting constituencies, wresting the seats from the Opposition Congress and JDS. It created history, recording its first-ever victory in the Sira assembly section in Tumakuru district with party candidate Dr C M Rajesh Gowda romping dwelling with a margin of over 12,000 votes.

BJP’s Pradhyumansinh Jadeja defeated his nearest Congress rival Shantilal Senghani by a margin of 36,778 votes from Abdasa Meeting seat in Kutch district of Gujarat. The saffron party has bagged two various seats – Morbi and Karjan – and is leading in the last 5 seats.

BJP’s N Munirathna wins RR Nagar Meeting byelection in Karnataka by over 58,000 votes. Munirathna, who joined the saffron party final yr,  polled 60.14 p.c of the total votes while his nearest rival, Congress’s Kusuma H obtained 32.4 p.c of the votes polled.  This is the third consecutive victory for Munirathna since 2013 and his first because the BJP candidate.

Congress candidate Indu Raj Narwal defeated his nearest rival and BJP nominee Yogeshwar Dutt in the Baroda assembly seat of Haryana with a margin of over 10,000 votes.  This is the 2d time that Olympian wrestler Dutt has lost the polls from this constituency.

Y Antas Khan emerged victorious in the Lilong Meeting seat in Manipur. BJP has won in two seats and is leading in two others. Within the interim, JD(U)’s Sunil Kumar maintained a actual lead over Congress’ Pravesh Kumar Mishra with a margin of 19,149 votes.

BJP’s Oinam Lukhoi Singh emerged victorious in the Wangoi constituency with a narrow margin of 257 votes. Within the interim, in Nagaland, Autonomous candidates are leading the hurry in boththe seats that went to bypolls.

Madhya Pradesh Minister Narottam Mishra acknowledged the BJP will rating a majority, even because the party led in 19 seats in the stutter. The saffron party is moreover sooner than its competitors in all eight seats in Gujarat and each and every the constituencies in Karnataka that went to bypolls.

The BJP emerged victorious in the Singhat constituency, with its candidate Ginsuanhau successful from the seat. The party took a lead in 17 Madhya Pradesh constituencies, with Congress leading in eight seats.

BJP took a overjoyed lead in 16 seats in Madhya Pradesh, while Congress is leading eight constituencies, and Bahujan Samaj Occasion in one. Autonomous candidate T Yangseo Sangtam is leading in Nagaland’s Pungro Kiphire and Seyievilie Peter Zashumo led in Southern Angami-I.

Jyotiraditya Scindia will be anticipated to create obvious the MLAs staunch to him are re-elected, especially in the 16 seats in the Gwalior and Chambal regions, which are regarded as strongholds of the Scindia family.

Held below the shadow of the 2d piece of Bihar elections, the by-elections to 56 various Meeting seats in 11 states seen a first price voter turnout irrespective of the coronavirus pandemic, with reports of violence at two locations in Madhya Pradesh and allegations of “faux voting” emanating from Uttar Pradesh.

As per the Indian Divulge, these elections are politically most valuable for every and every the ruling BJP moreover the Opposition events, as it’s considered by many as a litmus test for public approval of the file of the government of Top Minister Narendra Modi in its 2d term.

The counting of these 56 Meeting seats across 11 states, one Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar will be held at this time time, 10 November (Tuesday).

The by-elections of 54 seats had been held on 3 November and voting for 2 seats in Manipur and one Lok Sabha seat in Bihar was held on 7 November.

Madhya Pradesh -28 seats

With 28 seats in the fray, the ideal chunk of Meeting seats that went to polls was in Madhya Pradesh, which seen a voter turnout of 66.37 p.c, in step with the Election Charge (EC).

Out of the 28 seats that went to polls, 25 fell vacant after Jyotiraditya Scindia’s insurrection in opposition to the Congress and subsequent resignation of 22 MLAs ended in the collapse of the Kamal Nath government in March.

Uttar Pradesh – 7 seats

In Uttar Pradesh, polling was held for seven seats with 88 candidates in the fray, and seen a voter turnout of 51.57 p.c, as per the EC info.

The UP bypolls come at a time when the Yogi Adityanath-led stutter government has been going via Opposition flak over the law and expose inconvenience in the stutter, in particular after the Hathras and the Balrampur rape-and-abolish cases.

Gujarat – 8 seats

In Gujarat, a total of 81 candidates had been in the fray for eight seats which collectively had 18.75 lakh registered voters. The stutter seen virtually 58 p.c of the electorate exercising their franchise.

The byelections had been necessitated after the sitting Congress MLAs resigned sooner than Rajya Sabha polls in June. 5 of them joined the ruling BJP and the party fielded them from the identical seats.

Karnataka – 2 seats

Polling for the Rajarajeshwari Nagar and Sira Meeting by-elections was held on 3 November, with a turnout of 82.31 p.c and 45.24 p.c respectively.

The Sira byelection was necessitated following the loss of life of JD(S) legislator B Sathyanarayana in August, while the RR Nagar seat right here fell vacant after the disqualification of the then Congress MLA N Munirathna below the anti-defection law final yr.

Odisha – 2 seats

The Tirtol and Balasore Sadar seat went to bypolls this yr. The by-election in Balasore was necessitated by the loss of life of the BJP MLA Madan Mohan Dutta in June, while the Tirtol by-election was triggered by the loss of life of the BJD’s Bishnu Charan Das, a old Dalit chief, in July.

The bypolls seen a voter turnout of 68.08 p.c as per the EC info.

Jharkhand – 2 seats

A total of 28 candidates had been in the fray for the hurry for the 2 seats in Jharkhand, Dumka, and Bermo, which seen straight fights between the ruling JMM-Congress and opposition BJP.

The stutter seen a voter turnout of 62.51 p.c for the 2 seats.

Nagaland – 2 seats

The by-elections had been held for the Southern Angami-I seat in Kohima district and the Pungro-Kiphire seat in Kiphire district. The by-elections had been necessitated by the deaths of then Meeting Speaker Vikho-o Yhoshu and T Torechu of the Naga Folk’s Entrance respectively.

Nagaland seen a voter turnout of 83.69 p.c in these two seats.

Manipur – 2 seats

Two Meeting constituencies, Lilong and Wangjing Tentha, went to polls along with the third piece in Bihar.

The Election Charge had to start out with declared 5 Meeting constituencies in the stutter as “clear vacant”, but presented the election schedule for ideal two, leaving out Wangoi, Saitu and Singhat.

Telangana- 1 seat

About 82 p.c polling was registered in the by-election to the Dubbak Meeting constituency in Telangana which passed off peacefully, though the campaign witnessed a battle of phrases between the ruling TRS and the BJP.

The bypoll has been necessitated by the loss of life of sitting TRS MLA Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy attributable to health complications in August this yr.

Haryana – 1 seat

The polling in the bypoll to Baroda Meeting seat in Haryana recording a indicate turnout of 68 p.c, which sealed the fate of 14 candidates.

There had been 14 candidates, at the side of Olympian wrestler and Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) nominee Yogeshwar Dutt, in the fray for the Baroda Meeting seat, which has spherical 1.81 lakh registered voters.

The seat had fallen vacant in April following the loss of life of Congress MLA Krishan Hooda, who had won it consecutively thrice in 2009, 2014, and 2019 Meeting polls.

Bihar – 1 Lok Sabha seat

Bypoll to the Valmiki Nagar Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar was moreover held on 7 November along with the third piece of Meeting elections in the stutter. The bypoll in the Valmiki Nagar seat was necessitated after the loss of life of sitting JD(U) MP Baidyanath Prasad Mahto in February.

The Valmiki Nagar constituency, which is located in the West Champaran district of Bihar and consists of six assembly seats — Valmiki Nagar, Ramnagar, Narkatiaganj, Bagaha, Lauriya, and Sikta — seen 58.66 p.c voter turnout on the poll day.

With inputs from PTI

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