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Meeting bypolls outcomes reside | BJP wins 4 seats; RJD, MVA in 1; TRS candidate leads in Munugode

 BJP supporters holding a portrait of former MLA Bishnu Sethi celebrate as BJP candidate from Dhamnagar Suryabanshi Suraj leads during the counting day of Odisha Assembly by-elections, in Bhadrak district, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022.

Among the many seven Meeting seats, the BJP garnered victory in 4 — Bihar’s Gopalganj, Uttar Pradesh’ Gola Gokrannath, Haryana’s Adampur and Odisha’s Dhamnagar.

Among the many seven Meeting seats, the BJP garnered victory in 4 — Bihar’s Gopalganj, Uttar Pradesh’ Gola Gokrannath, Haryana’s Adampur and Odisha’s Dhamnagar.

The counting of votes is underway on November 6 within the bypolls to seven Meeting constituencies in six States that went to polls on November 3.

Among the many seven Meeting seats, the BJP garnered victory in three — Bihar’s Gopalganj, Uttar Pradesh’ Gola Gokrannath and Haryana’s Adampur.

In Bihar, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) candidate Neelam Devi retained the Mokama Meeting seat by over 16,000 votes, whereas BJP’s Kusum Devi retained the Gopalganj seat by over 2,000 votes.

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi received the Adampur bypoll by defeating his nearest rival and Congress candidate Jai Prakash by a margin of 15,740 votes. In U.P.’s Gola Gokrannath, BJP candidate Aman Giri received by over 34,000 votes.

MVA’s Rutuja Latke received the Andheri (East) bypoll by polling 66,247 votes. This was the primary electoral contest in Maharashtra after the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities collapsed in June following a revolt by a piece of Shiv Sena MLAs led by Eknath Shinde.

BJP’s Suryabanshi Suraj received the Dhamnagar Meeting bypoll by defeating his BJD rival Abanti Das by a margin of 9,881 votes.

Additionally Learn | Peaceable polling in Mokama, Gopalganj by-elections in Bihar

As per the newest traits, TRS chief Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy is main in Munugode.

Listed here are the updates:

Telangana | 6 pm

TRS leads by 9,146 votes

TRS candidate’s lead will increase additional to 9,146 votes on the finish of thirteenth spherical of counting in Munugode bypoll. – Rajeev M. Lochan.

Odisha | 5:50 pm

BJP’s Suryabanshi Suraj wins Dhamnagar seat 

 BJP supporters holding a portrait of former MLA Bishnu Sethi have fun as BJP candidate from Dhamnagar Suryabanshi Suraj leads through the counting day of Odisha Meeting by-elections, in Bhadrak district, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022.
| Photograph Credit score: PTI

BJP candidate Suryabanshi Suraj received the Dhamnagar Meeting bypoll by defeating his BJD rival Abanti Das by a margin of 9,881 votes.

Telangana | 5:20 pm

TRS leads by 7,801 votes

TRS candidates lead will increase to 7,801 votes on the finish of twelfth spherical of counting in Munugode bypoll. – Rajeev M. Lochan.

Telangana | 4:45 pm

TRS leads by 5,801 votes

TRS candidate leads with a margin of 5,801 votes on the finish of eleventh spherical of counting of Munugode bypoll. – Rajeev M. Lochan.

Telangana | 4:20 pm

TRS leads by 4,440 votes

TRS candidate leads with a margin of 4,440 votes on the finish of tenth spherical of counting in Munugode bypoll. – Rajeev M. Lochan.

Telangana | 4:10 pm

TRS leads by 3,952 votes

TRS candidate leads with a margin of three,952 votes after counting of ninth spherical in Munugode bypoll. – Rajeev M. Lochan.

Odisha | 3:25 pm

BJP widens lead over BJD in Dhamnagar

BJP candidate Suryabanshi Suraj expanded his result in 6,755 votes over his BJD rival Abanti Das for Dhamnagar bypoll in Odisha’s Bhadrak district as per Election Fee (EC) traits.

In keeping with the EC, Suraj secured 58,332 votes after the thirteenth spherical of counting, whereas Das bagged 51,577. Congress nominee Baba Harekrushna Sethi acquired 2,602 votes. – PTI

Haryana | 3.15 pm

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi holds on to household bastion in Haryana’s Adampur bypoll

Holding on to over five-decade-old bastion of his household, BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi, grandson of late Chief Minister Bhajan Lal, registered a snug victory in Adampur bypoll in Haryana’s Hisar defeating his nearest rival and Congress candidate Jai Prakash by 15,740 votes.

Whereas Mr. Bhavya polled 67,492 votes — 51.32 of the overall votes solid — Mr. Jai Prakash secured 51,752 votes. Aam Aadmi Get together’s Satiender Singh completed the distant fourth with 3,420, which is 2.6 % of the overall votes solid. Of the 22 candidates in fray, 11 completed behind fictional candidate, “NOTA”, who polled 237 votes.

Bihar | 3 pm

RJD retains Mokama seat, BJP retains Gopalganj

Each the ruling Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Opposition Bhartiya Janata Get together (BJP) retained their respective seats of Mokama and Gopalganj within the bypolls in Bihar.

In Mokama Meeting constituency, RJD candidate Neelam Devi defeated BJP candidate Sonam Devi by over 16,000 votes. In Gopalganj Meeting constituency, BJP candidate Kusum Devi defeated RJD candidate Mohan Prasad Gupta in a fiercely fought bypoll by a skinny margin of over 2,000 votes.

Maharashtra, 2:30 p.m.

MVA wins Andheri East seat 

In Andheri East, MVA candidate Rutuja Latke received by polling 66,247 votes. BJP Mumbai president Asish Shelar mentioned the win was solely attainable due to BJP’s ‘help’.

He mentioned, “Had the BJP fielded its candidate and contrasted the poll, then Ms. Latke’s defeat was certain.” The BJP had withdrawn its candidate Murji Patel from the ballot fray. – Shoumojit Banerjee

Uttar Pradesh, 2 p.m.

BJP wins Gola Gokrannath seat

In Gola Gokrannath, BJP candidate Aman Giri received by defeating his nearest rival and Samajwadi Get together candidate by over 34,000 votes, information company PTI reported.

Haryana, 2 p.m.

Bhavya Bishnoi wins Adampur seat

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi received Adampur bypoll by defeating his nearest rival and Congress candidate Jai Prakash with a margin of 15,740 votes.

Mr. Bhavya polled 67,492 votes, whereas Mr. Prakash secured 51,752 votes. AAP Satinder Singh completed the distant fourth with 3,420 votes. – Ashok Berwal

Telangana, 1. 54 p.m.

TRS leads by 2,169 votes

After the top of sixth spherical of counting, TRS’ Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy is main in Munugode by a margin of two,169 votes. – Rajeev M. Lochan

Haryana, 1.51 p.m.

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi leads over Congress candidate by over 17,000 votes in Adampur

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi is inching in the direction of victory within the Adampur meeting section as he gained a lead of 17,369 votes over his nearest rival and Congress candidate Jai Prakash throughout counting of votes for the bypolls.

Ten of the 13 rounds of counting are full now. In keeping with traits, Bhavya (29) has to this point polled 56,539 votes whereas Prakash secured 39,170 votes. INLD candidate Kurda Ram Nambardar secured 1,866 votes whereas the AAP’s Satender Singh polled 2,808 votes, in line with the traits. – PTI

Telangana, 1.40 p.m.

Counting of votes progressing easily, clarifies CEO clarifies following BJP’s objections

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Vikas Raj has asserted that counting of votes in Munugode Meeting constituency was progressing easily.

The CEO was reacting to complaints from the BJP leaders that secrecy was being maintained in revealing the outcomes roundwise. He clarified that counting was taking time as there have been a number of contestants for the bypoll together with over three dozen independents. Observers and counting brokers have been deployed in any respect tables and counting was being monitored consistently.

Maharashtra, 1.30 p.m.

Uddhav-led faction will win BMC ballot too: Anil Parab

As Rutuja Latke, Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) nominee and MVA candidate, coasts to an anticipated victory, Uddhav camp loyalist Anil Parab says his celebration will win essential BMC ballot as nicely.

“The Andheri election has proved what the MVA can do when it contests together,” Mr. Parab mentioned.

With the BJP pulling out their candidate out of the race, Ms. Latke, who has secured almost 56,000 votes after 15 rounds of counting, acquired the one severe competitors from the ‘NOTA’ class underneath which 11,500 votes have been polled.

Mr. Parab accused the BJP of unhealthy religion, alleging that the latter had actively campaigned in opposition to Ms. Latke by bribing folks to vote NOTA. – Shoumojit Banerjee

Telangana, 1.21 p.m.

TRS leads by a skinny margin in Munugode

After the fifth spherical of counting ended, TRS’ Kusukuntla Prabhakar Reddy is main in Munugode by a slender margin of 1,531 votes. – Rajeev M. Lochan

Bihar, 12.53 p.m

BJP retains Gopalganj seat

Because the counting led to Gopalganj Meeting constituency, Kusum Devi of the BJP received the bypolls by over 2,000 votes. In Bihar, each RJD and BJP have retained their respective seats.

Haryana, 12.47 p.m.

Bhavya Bishnoi forward by over 56% votes

BJP’s Bhavya Bishnoi will get 56.67% of the overall votes in seven rounds of counting for Adampur bypoll in Haryana’s Hisar, adopted by Congress’ Jai Prakash with 35.55%.

Aam Aadmi Get together’s Satinder Singh is the distant third with 2.77% votes. There are six extra rounds of counting votes. – Ashok Berwal

Haryana

NOTA forward of 13 candidates with 139 votes

“NOTA”, with 139 votes, stays forward of 13 candidates in Adampur Meeting constituency after seven rounds of counting. A complete of twenty-two candidates are in fray. – Ashok Berwal

Bihar

BJP forward in Gopalganj

In Bihar, the BJP is forward in Gopalganj, Election Fee traits round 11.15 confirmed. Kusum Devi of the BJP has taken a lead over Mohan Prasad Gupta of the RJD by 637 votes, as per EC traits. – PTI

Maharashtra

Rutuja Latke continues her lead in Andheri (East)

Rutuja Latke, the candidate of the Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray), established a snug lead after the primary spherical of counting for the byelection to Andheri (East) Meeting seat in Mumbai.

She is predicted to comfortably win after the BJP withdrew from the competition which is the primary after the current cut up within the Shiv Sena following a revolt by Eknath Shinde, who changed Mr. Thackeray because the Maharashtra chief minister.

The NCP and Congress have supported her candidature. The by-election was necessitated because of the demise of Ms. Latke’s husband and Shiv Sena MLA Ramesh Latke in Might. – PTI

Uttar Pradesh

BJP forward in Gola Gokarannath by 25,000 votes

BJP candidate Aman Giri has taken a snug lead of about 25,000 votes over his nearest rival as counting of votes progressed within the Gola Gokarannath Meeting bypolls on Sunday.

Whereas Mr. Giri has acquired 73,371 votes to this point, Samajwadi Get together’s Vinay Tiwari acquired 48,739 votes, officers mentioned after the 18th spherical of counting.

Bihar, 11.45 a.m.

RJD’s Neelam Devi wins in Mokama

Because the counting led to Mokama Meeting constituency, RJD candidate Neelam Devi, spouse of Bahubali (Strongman) of the realm Anant Singh, wins the seat by over 16,000 votes.

Nonetheless, in Gopalganj, BJP candidate Kusum Devi is sustaining lead by over 2,000 votes. – Amarnath Tewary

Haryana

Bhavya Bishnoi will increase lead

BJP candidate Bhavya Bishnoi will increase lead in opposition to Congress’ Jai Prakash to 10,228 votes after 5 rounds of counting in Haryana’s Adampur bypoll. Aam Aadmi Get together’s Satinder Singh is distant fourth with 786 votes. – Ashok Berwal

Telangana

Shut contest between TRS and BJP

By the top of fourth spherical of counting, BJP narrows down margin with TRS and is trailing by simply 714 votes. – Rajeev M. Lochan

Bihar

BJP’s Kusum Devi main in Gopalganj

After seven rounds of counting of votes, BJP candidate Kusum Devi in Gopalganj and RJD candidate Neelam Devi in Mokama are main the bypolls. – Amarnath Tewary

Haryana

Second spherical of counting concludes

Indian Nationwide Lok Dal’s Kurda Ram and Aam Aadmi Get together’s Satinder Singh stay a distant third and fourth in Adampur bypolls with 635 and 320 votes respectively after two rounds of counting. – Ashok Berwal

Uttar Pradesh

BJP candidate main by over 10,000 votes

BJP candidate Aman Giri has taken a snug lead of over 10,000 over his nearest rival as counting of votes is underway within the Gola Gokarannath Meeting bypolls.

Whereas Mr. Giri acquired 36,528 votes to this point, Samajwadi Get together’s Vinay Tiwari acquired 25,621 votes, officers mentioned.

Uttar Pradesh

BJP candidate Aman Giri takes lead in preliminary spherical

The BJP is searching for to retain the Gola Gokarannath seat in Uttar Pradesh and Dhamnagar within the BJD-ruled Odisha, banking on sympathy votes because it has fielded the sons of sitting MLAs whose demise necessitated the bypolls.

BJP candidate Aman Giri has taken a lead within the preliminary spherical of counting of votes within the Gola Gokarannath bypolls. Whereas Mr. Giri has acquired 8,943 votes to this point, Samajwadi Get together’s Vinay Tiwari acquired 5,008 votes, officers mentioned.

Returning Officer Anurag Singh mentioned the counting is prone to be held in 32 rounds.

The Gokarannath Meeting bypolls recorded a polling share of 57.35%. Seven contestants have been within the fray.

The seat fell vacant after the demise of BJP MLA Arvind Giri on September 6. With the BSP and the Congress protecting away from the bypolls, there appears to be a direct combat between the BJP’s Aman Giri and the SP candidate – former Gola MLA Vinay Tiwari. – PTI

Telangana

Ruling TRS forward in Munugode seat

The ruling TRS was forward of its rivals after completion of the primary spherical of counting of votes within the essential bypoll to Munugode Meeting constituency in Telangana.

Whereas TRS secured 6,096 votes, its nearest rival BJP acquired 4,904 votes within the first spherical. The Congress garnered 1,877 votes, official sources mentioned.

The counting can be accomplished in 15 rounds and the result’s anticipated to be out within the afternoon.

Additionally Learn | Meeting bypolls held in six States; heavy turnout in Telangana’s Munugode

The method of counting of votes polled within the excessive stakes by-election to the Munugode Meeting constituency in Nalgonda district started this morning amid tight safety.

The BJP and the ruling TRS had been campaigning aggressively in Munugode in Telangana, the place the Congress MLA had resigned and is combating on the saffron celebration’s ticket.

Over 93% polling was reported within the bypoll held on November 3, which was necessitated by the resignation of sitting Congress MLA Komatireddy Raj Gopal Reddy from the celebration in August.

Bihar

RJD forward in each the seats

The RJD has established a lead within the two Meeting seats of Mokama and Gopalganj in Bihar after the primary spherical of counting, with BJP nominees discovered trailing, Election Fee traits revealed.

In Mokama, Neelam Devi garnered 4,159 votes after the primary spherical, and BJP’s Sonam Devi 3,508 votes.

Mohan Gupta of the RJD is main in Gopalganj with 2,713 votes. He’s adopted by Kusum Devi of the BJP with 1,798 votes.

That is the primary electoral face-off between the ruling Grand Alliance (GA) and the Opposition BJP in Bihar after the change of presidency in August this yr, when Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s celebration JD-U snapped ties with the saffron celebration and aligned with Lalu Prasad’s RJD-led coalition, comprising Congress and different events, to kind a brand new authorities.

The Mokama seat fell vacant following the disqualification of RJD MLA Anant Singh after his conviction in an Arms Act case, whereas the by-election in Gopalganj was necessitated following the demise of sitting BJP MLA Subhash Singh.

BJP chief Kusum Devi, spouse of the deceased MLA, is pitted in opposition to RJD’s Mohan Gupta in Gopalganj. In Mokama, BJP nominee Sonam Devi is up in opposition to RJD’s Neelam Devi, the spouse of Anant Singh.

Mokama has been the stronghold of Anant Singh since 2005. He received the seat twice on JD(U) tickets. Singh fought as an RJD candidate within the 2020 elections and retained the seat. However he was disqualified from the meeting following his conviction within the felony case.

Haryana

BJP candidate forward in Adampur

BJP candidate Bhavya Bishnoi leads in opposition to Congress’ Jai Prakash with 1,978 votes in Adampur bypolls.

In Adampur, the by-election was necessitated after former Chief Minister Bhajan Lal’s youthful son Kuldeep Bishnoi resigned as MLA from the seat and switched from the Congress to the BJP in August. Bishnoi’s son Bhavya is now contesting because the BJP candidate.

The Adampur seat has been held by the Bhajan Lal household since 1968, with the late ex-chief minister representing it on 9 events, his spouse Jasma Devi as soon as, and Kuldeep on 4 events.

Maharashtra

Rutuja Latke anticipated to win comfortably

Shiv Sena’s Rutuja Latke is predicted to comfortably win Andheri East Meeting constituency in Mumbai after the BJP withdrew from the competition which is the primary after the current cut up within the Shiv Sena following a revolt by Eknath Shinde, who changed Thackeray because the Maharashtra chief minister.

The NCP and Congress have supported her candidature.

The by-election was necessitated because of the demise of Latke’s husband and Shiv Sena MLA Ramesh Latke in Might.

Odisha

Counting of votes underway for by-poll to the Dhamnagar Meeting Constituency

The BJD has fielded Abanti Das, the lone lady among the many complete 5 candidates in Dhamnagar. BJP MLA Bishnu Charan Sethi’s demise necessitated the by-election. The saffron celebration has fielded Sethi’s son Suryabanshi Suraj.

Counting of votes for by-poll to the Dhamnagar Meeting Constituency in Odisha’s Bhadrak district is underway amid tight safety.

The counting of EVM votes started after counting of postal poll, in 14 completely different tables. The counting shall be accomplished in 18 rounds.

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