By-elections have been held in 3 Lok Sabha and 29 assembly seats in the country. The results of which have come today. However, the counting of votes is still going on. Congress, BJP and TMC have won many seats in different states. Let us inform that in the country, votes were cast in 29 assembly seats, three each in Himachal, two each in Rajasthan, Bihar and Karnataka, one each in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Mizoram and Telangana, five in Assam, four in Bengal. And three seats each from MP, Meghalaya. On October 30, votes were cast on 3 Lok Sabha seats. It included Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Mandi of Himachal Pradesh and Khandwa of Madhya Pradesh.
Didi’s Jalwa in West Bengal
Shiv Sena has won one seat in the Dadra and Nagar Haveli by-elections. There is an atmosphere of celebration in Maharashtra after the victory. Mamta Banerjee has won a big victory in West Bengal. The party has won all the four seats. In every respect, BJP remained second to TMC in West Bengal. Talking about the vote percentage of all the four seats, TMC got 75%, BJP got 14.5% CPIM 7.3% votes. On the other hand, Congress got only 0.37% votes, which is less than NOTA. Talking about Meghalaya by-election, NPP has won 2 and UDP has won 1 assembly seat. In Meghalaya’s Mawphlang, the UDP won by a margin of 4,401 votes. In which Congress came second and NPP third. In the second seat, Mawringkeng, the NPP won by a margin of 1,816 votes. In this seat too, Congress came second. In Rajabala, NPP won by a margin of 1,926 votes, Congress second, UDP third. In Bihar, JD(U) won the Kusheshwar Asthan assembly seat by a margin of 12,695 votes. In terms of seats, RJD has been second and LJP third.
Also read: Election Commission has given strict instructions to the bypoll winners that no victory procession is allowed after counting of votes
BJP’s crushing defeat in Himachal
BJP has to face defeat in Himachal. In Himachal Pradesh, Congress has won by-elections in Mandi Lok Sabha and Arki, Fatehpur, Jubbal-Kotkhai assembly seats. Himachal Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur blamed the defeat on the issue of inflation. BJP and Congress gave equal fight to each other in Karnataka by-elections. Both the parties won one seat each. However, counting of votes is still going on in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. the
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