By-Election Result 2019 Counting and Updates: Results for all 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh declared; BJP bags seven seats, ally Apna Dal wins in Pratapgarh

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By-Election Result 2019 Counting and Updates: Results for all 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh declared; BJP bags seven seats, ally Apna Dal wins in Pratapgarh
  • 19:28 (IST)

    Himachal Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    Cong candidate who lost deposit seeks expulsion of senior leader

    Congress candidate in Dharmshala Vijay Inder Karan, who lost his security deposit in the bypoll, blamed former minister and AICC secretary Sudhir Sharma for 'conniving' with the ruling BJP for his defeat and sought his "immediate expulsion" from the party.

    "Congress wanted to field Sudhir Sharma from Dharamshala in the bypoll but he refused to contest on the ground of his 'ill health' but when the party fielded me, he did not make even an appeal to vote for the Congress candidate from Dharamshala," he told PTI.

  • 19:15 (IST)

    Himachal Pradesh Election Resuts Latest Updates

    BJP wins both Dharamshala, Pachhad Assembly seats 

    The ruling BJP retained both Dharamshala and Pachhad seats in Himachal Pradesh, reported PTI.
     
     
    In Pachhad, Reena Kashyap of the BJP, who was polled 22,167 votes, defeated her nearest rival Gangu Ram Musafir (19,359) of the Congress by a margin of 2,808 votes.
     
     
    In Dharamshala, BJP's Vishal Nehria (23,498) defeated his nearest rival Rakesh Kumar (16,740) by 6,758 votes. Kumar was a BJP rebel and contested as an Independent. 

  • 19:10 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Latest Updates

     

    Results for all 11 Assembly seats declared

    The ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has bagged seven of the 11 Assembly seats which went to bypolls on 21 October. The Samajwadi Party (SP) won three seats, including Rampur where Azam Khan's wife Tazeem Fatima contested while BJP ally Apna Dal (Soneylal) retained the Pratpgarh seat.

     

  • 19:01 (IST)

    Telangana Election Results Latest Updates

    TRS celebrates win over Huzurnagar Assembly seat

     

    The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in Telangana won the October 21 bypoll to Huzurnagar Assembly constituency by a margin of more than 43,000 votes, reported PTI. TRS nominee S Saidi Reddy polled 1,13,095 while 69,737 votes were polled in favour of the Congress candidate N Padmavati Reddy, according to the figures put out by the Chief Electoral Officer.

     

  • 18:50 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Latest Updates

    BJP bags five Assembly seats, SP wins two

     

  • 18:45 (IST)

    Sikkim Election Results Latest Updates

    Prem Singh Tamang wins from Poklok Kamrang seat, BJP bags two seats

    Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang won the by-poll to the Poklok Kamrang Assembly seat by a margin of 8,953 votes while Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) ally BJP registered its first-ever electoral victory in the state by winning two seats, reported PTI.
     
     
     
    While Tamang registered 10,811 votes, SDF's Moses Rai polled 1,858 votes. BJP candidates Sonam TSH Venchungpa and Yong Tshering
    Lepcha won from Martam Rumtek and Gangtok Assembly constituencies respectively.

  • 18:25 (IST)

    Gujarat Election Results Latest Updates

     

    BJP's Alpesh Thakor loses from Radhanpur

    OBC leader and BJP candidate Alpesh Thakor on Thursday lost the byelection to Radhanpur Assembly seat in Gujarat. Congress' Raghubhai Desai defeated Thakor by over 3,500 votes, an official told PTI.
     
     
    Thakor, who emerged as an OBC leader during the Patel quota agitation and won the Radhanpur seat in the 2017 polls on Congress' ticket, later quit after differences with the state party leadership.

  • 18:19 (IST)

    Bihar Election Results Latest Updates

    RJD wins two Assembly seats, AIMIM, JD(U) win one seat each 

     

     

     

  • 18:11 (IST)

    Kerala Election Results Latest Updates

     

    Kerala CM thanks voters for supporting LDF

  • 18:07 (IST)

    Kerala Election Results Latest Updates

    UDF wins 3 Assembly seats, ruling LDF wrests two prestigious seats

     

    The Congress-led UDF tasted defeat at the hands of the ruling LDF headed by the CPI-M in its strongholds of Vattiyoorkavu and Konni, while it retained two seats - Majeshwaram and Ernakulum and won from the Marxist bastion of Aroor in the October 21 bypolls to five Assembly seats in Kerala, reported PTI. The BJP was blanked out.

     

  • 18:00 (IST)

    Tamil Nadu Election Results Latest Updates

    AIADMK wins both Assembly seats

  • 17:55 (IST)

    Madhya Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress wrests Jhabua seat from BJP

    The Congresswrested back its traditional Jhabua Assembly seat in Madhya Pradesh from the BJP in the bypoll for the constituency.
     
     
    Congress candidate and former Union minister Kantilal Bhuria won by margin of over 27,804 votes, defeating BJP's Bhanu Bhuria, who was contesting his maiden election, an official told PTI.  Kantilal Bhuria polled 96,155 votes while his BJP rival got 68,351 votes, the official said.

  • 17:42 (IST)

    Rajasthan Election Result Latest Update

    Congress wins Mandawa seat, RLP retains Khinwsar

    The ruling Congress in Rajasthan won the Assembly bypoll to Mandawa seat while the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) retained the Khinwsar constituency, reported PTI.
     
     
    The Khinwsar seat in Nagaur was won by the RLP's Narayan Beniwal, who is the brother of the party convener and MP Hanuman Beniwal. Narayan Beniwal defeated his nearest rival Congress' Harendra Mirdha, a former minister, by a margin of 4,630 votes. The BJP and RLP had contested the bypoll to Khinwsar seat in alliance.
     
     
    The Congress' Rita Chaudhary defeated her nearest rival the BJP's Sushila Sigra in the Mandawa seat in Jhunjhunu by a margin of 33,704 votes.
     

  • 17:31 (IST)

    Bihar Election Result Latest Updates

    Prince Raj retains Samastipur LS seat for LJP

    Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) retained the Samastipur reserved Lok Sabha seat from where his nephew Prince Raj made a successful debut in the by-election necessitated by the death of his father, reported PTI.
     
     
    Raj, whose father Ram Chandra Paswan had won the seat in the general elections for a second consecutive term, defeated Ashok Kumar of the Congress by over 1.02 lakh votes. The debutant polled 3,90,276 votes as against 2,88,186 secured by his Congress rival who had finished second in both 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

  • 17:22 (IST)

    Meghalaya Election Results Latest Updates

    UDP wins Shella seat by over 6000 votes

     

    United Democratic Party candidate Balajied Kupar Synrem defeated Independent candidate Grace Mary Kharpur in the bypolls to  Shella
    Assembly constituency in Meghalaya by over 6000 votes, Election Commission officials told PTI.

    Chief Electoral Offier FR Kharkongor said Mosjo RF Wanswett of the Peoples Democratic Front polled 4,327 votes, while Batyngshain Ryngnga of the Congress secured 1,715 votes and Joshua Warjri of the BJP got 742 votes.
     
     
    UDP president Metbah Lyngdoh, who is also the Assembly Speaker, congratulated Synrem on winning the seat.
     

  • 17:13 (IST)

    Assam Election Results Latest Updates

    BJP wins Ratabari seat, leads in 2 Assembly seats

    The ruling BJP's Bijoy Malakr has won the Ratabari Assembly constituency by defeating the Congress candidate by over 24,000 votes.

    The ruling party is leading in two other seats - rangapara and Sonari, while the the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) is leading in the Jania seat, Election Commission officdials told PTI.

  • 17:03 (IST)

    Tamil Nadu Election results Latest Updates

    AIADMK wrests Vikravandi constituency from DMK

    The AIADMK candidate R Muthamilselvan was declared elected from Vikravandi Assembly constituency in Tamil Nadu's Villupuram district by a margin of 44,924 votes, reported PTI. 

    DMK's N Pugazhenthi polled 68,842 votes including 14 postal votes securing 36.48 percent of the voteshare. The AIADMK is also poised to win the Nanguneri seat by a margin of over 29,000 votes.

  • 16:55 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Latest Update

    Apna Dal (S) retains Pratapgarh Assembly seat

    Apna Dal (Sonelal) candidate Rajkumar Pal won the Pratapgarh Assembly seat by defeating Samajwadi Party candidate Brijesh Verma by 29,714 votes. Apna Dal (S), an ally of the ruling BJP in Uttar Pradesh, has retained the seat.

  • 16:48 (IST)

    Maharashtra Election Result Latest Update

    Udayanraje Bhosale trails behind NCP candidate in Satara Lok Sabha constituency

    NCP candidate Shriniwas Patil has secured 5,63,877 votes, while the BJP candidate Udayanraje Bhosale received 4,79,201 votes, according to date released by the Election Commission.

    Patil attributed the outcome to Bhosale "betraying" his party's chief Sharad Pawar."Pawar Saheb had fielded him from Satara Lok Sabha seat, respecting the throne. But Bhosale deserted the party few months after the election. He betrayed Pawar Saheb. Hence, the people voted him out," Patil told PTI.

  • 16:36 (IST)

    Punjab Election Result Latest Updates

    Ruling Congress wins 3 Assembly seats, CM hails victory

    The ruling Congress won three Assembly seats - Jalalabad, Phagwara, Mukerian seats while the Opposition Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) won the Dakha seat in the Punjab bypolls, reported PTI.

     
    Chief Minister Amarinder Singh hailed his party's victory in three of the four Assembly segments, particularly in SAD president Sukhbir Badal's "self-proclaimed" stronghold of Jalalabad, and described it as a total rejection of the negative agenda of the Akalis.
     
    Congress's Raminder Awla defeated SAD's Raj Singh Dibipura by a margin of 16,633 votes in Jalalabad, officials said. Congress candidate and former IAS officer Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal defeated Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Rajesh Bagha by a margin of 26,116 votes in Phagwara.
     
    In a blow to the ruling party, SAD's Manpreet Singh Ayali defeated Congress nominee Sandeep Singh Sandhu by a margin of 14,672 votes in Dakha. Congress's Indu Bala won from Mukerian by defeating BJP's Jangi Lal Mahajan by a margin of 3,440 votes.
     

  • 16:21 (IST)

    Bihar Election Result Latest Updates

    RJD wrests Simri Bakhtiarpur seat from JD(U)

    The Opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) wrested the Simri Bakhtiyarpur Assembly seat from the ruling JD(U) in Bihar, an election official told PTI. RJD's Zafar Alam defeated JD(U)candidate Arun Kumar by a comprehensive margin of 15,508 votes, the official said.
     
     
    The by-election to the Assembly seat was necessitated after former state minister and JD(U) MLA Dinesh Chandra Yadav was elected to the Lok Sabha from Madhepura seat. 

  • 16:14 (IST)

    Gujarat Election Result Latest Update

     

    BJP's Alpesh Thakor trails in Radhanpur seat

    In Radhanpur, OBC leader and BJP candidate Alpesh Thakor was trailing behind Congress' Raghu Desai by over 6,700 votes, reported PTI. Thakor had earlier defected to the BJP from the Congress.

  • 16:06 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Latest Update

    Congress workers protest in Lucknow

     

    Congress party workers protested outside the Election Commission office in Lucknow alleging that district administration helped BJP in defeating the Congress from Gangoh seat in Saharanpur. 

    Earlier the UP Congress president had alleged that the BJP was trying to manipuate the election in Gangoh.The Congress, which was initially ahead in Gangoh constituency, was overtaken by the ruling saffron party in later rounds of counting.

    Inputs by Azeem Mirza

  • 15:47 (IST)

    Gujarat Election Result Latest Update

    Congress wins two of six Assemblyseats, BJP wins one

     

    The Congress registered a victory in two Assembly seats in Gujarat while the BJP won one seat, reported PTI.

    Congress candidate Jashu Patel defeated BJP's Dhavalsinh Zala in Bayad seat of Arvalli district by a margin of over 700 votes. In Tharad seat of Banaskantha, Congress candidate Gulabsinh Rajput made a comeback after trailing in the initial hours and defeated BJP's Jivraj Patel by over 6,400 votes.

    In Kheralu seat of Mehsana, BJP's Ajmalji Thakor defeated Congress' Babuji Thakor by 29,000 votes.

  • 15:37 (IST)

    Punjab Election Result Latest Update

    Ruling Congress wins Phagwara, Jalalabad seats

     

    The ruling Congress emerged victorious in the bypolls to the Phagwara and Jalalabad Assembly segments, reported PTI. 
     
    Congress candidate Raminder Awla defeated SAD nominee Raj Singh Dibipura by 16,633 votes from Jalalabad, considered an Akali bastion.  In Phagwara, which fell vacant after its sitting BJP MLA Som Parkash was elected to the Lok Sabha, Congress candidate and former IAS officer Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal defeated BJP nominee Rajesh Bagha with a margin of 26,116 votes.

  • 15:27 (IST)

    Chhattisgarh Election Result Latest Update

    Congress' Rajman Benzam wins Chitrakot Assembly seat in Chhattisgarh

    The ruling Congress won the Chitrakot Assembly bypoll in Chhattisgarh on Thursday, poll officials told PTI. Congress' Rajman Benzam won the bypoll from the
    naxal-affected constituency, reserved for Scheduled Tribes, by a margin of 17,862 votes against Lachhuram Kashyap of the BJP.
     
     
    Benzam polled 62,097 votes while Kashyap secured 44,235 votes.

  • 15:11 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Latest Update

    BJP, ally Apna Dal(S) improve tally, ahead in eight of 11 seats

    The ruling BJP and ally Apna Dal (S) improved their leads and are ahead in eight places as counting progressed in 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, reported PTI.
     
     
    The BJP is now leading in seven seats and ally Apna Dal (S) in one. The Samajwadi Party is ahead in two, while the Bahujan Samaj Party is leading in the remaining seat. The Congress, which was initially ahead in Gangoh constituency, was overtaken by the ruling saffron party in later rounds of counting.
     
     
    The BJP is also leading in Manikpur, Ghosi, Iglas, Lucknow Cantt, Govindnagar and Balha, while ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) is ahead in Pratapgarh. The SP is ahead in Rampur and Zaidpur, while the BSP is ahead in Jalalpur.
     

  • 15:06 (IST)

    Arunachal Pradesh Election Latest Update

    Independent candidate Cakat Caboh wins from Khonsa West constituency

    Independent candidate Chakat Aboh has emerged victorious from Khonsa West constituency in Arunachal Pradesh Assembly by-polls, reported ANI.

    Aboh won with a margin of 1886 votes against her nearest rival Azet Homtok, who was also an Independent candidate, said the Election Commission.

    Chakat is the wife of NPP leader Tirong Aboh who was shot dead in May.

  • 14:35 (IST)

    Rajasthan Election Results Latest Updates

    Ruling Congress set to win Mandawa seat

    The ruling Congress in Rajasthan is heading towards victory in Mandawa seat where its candidate. Rita Chaudhary is leading by a margin of over 30,000 votes. BJP candidate Sushila Sigra is the rival candidate in Mandawa. 
     
    In Khinwsar, Rashtriya Loktantrik Party candidate Narayan Beniwal is leading by a margin of 4,600 votes. Congress candidate and former minister Harendra Mirdha is trailing behind. Bypolls to the two seats were held on Monday.
     
    PTI

  • 14:33 (IST)

    Punjab Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress wins from Mukerian Assembly seat

    Congress candidate Indu Bala won from Mukerian seat in Punjab by defeating her BJP nominee Jangi Lal Mahajan with a margin of 3,440 votes on Thursday.  The seat fell vacant following the death of Congress MLA Rajnish Kumar Babbi. Indu Bala is wife of Babbi.
     
    Punjab bypolls were held on 21 October in four Assembly constituencies, namely: Phagwara, Mukerian, Dakha and Jalalabad
     
    PTI

  • 14:30 (IST)

    Odisha Election Results Latest Updates

    BJD wins Bijepur Assembly seat

    In Odisha, BJD's Rita Sahu wins the Bijepur by-election with a record margin of 97,990 votes. According to CNN-News18 the victory margin is the highest in the history of Odisha Assembly elections as the previous highest margin was that of 94,555 votes which was secured by Bishwa Bhushan Harichandan in 2000 Assembly elections.

    The Bijepur bypoll was warranted after chief minister Naveen Patnaik vacated his seat after retaining his traditional seat Hinjilicut in the 2019 general elections. Notably, the BJD had not won from this seat in the last 15 years untill 2018.

  • Kerala Election Results Latest Updates

    Opposition party UDF wins two seats

    The opposition United Democratic Front has won the Manjeshwaram and Aroor seats in Kasargod and Alappuzha districts in Kerala respectively. While AC Kamarudeen of Indian Union Muslim League, the second largest constituent of the UDF, has defeated ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidate by 7923 votes in Manjeshwaram, Shanimol Usman wrested the Aroor seat from CPI (M) by 1992 votes.

    This is the first time the UDF is winning the Aroor seat in 60 years. With this the tally of the UDF in the by-election has gone up to three. Of the five seats that went to polls, two seats-Vattiyrookkavu and Konni- have been won by the LDF.

  • 14:18 (IST)

    Telangana Election Results Latest Updates

    TRS set to win Assembly seat

     
    The ruling TRS in Telangana was on course to win the 21 October bypoll to Huzurnagar Assembly constituency, as it maintained a consistent lead over the opposition Congress during the counting of votes on Thursday.
     
    TRS nominee S Saidi Reddy was leading by more than 31,000 votes over his Congress rival N Padmavati Reddy after the completion of 16th round. The TRS candidate has consistently maintained his lead from the first round.
     
    Expressing confidence about his victory, Saidi Reddy credited the leadership of TRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for his impressive performance.
     
    The TRS leaders and workers began celebrations over the party's good show. The counting of votes is likely to be completed in about 22 rounds, official sources said.
     
    PTI

  • 14:05 (IST)

    Gujarat Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress leads on four, BJP on two seats

     
    Of the six Assembly seats in Gujarat where bypolls were held on 21 October, the Congress is now leading on four seats while the ruling BJP is ahead on two seats.
     
    In Radhanpur (Patan district), OBC leader and BJP candidate Alpesh Thakor is trailing behind Congress' Raghu Desai by over 8,700 votes.
     
    In Bayad (Arvalli), BJP candidate Dhavalsinh Zala is trailing behind Congress' Jashu Patel by over 700 votes. Sensing defeat, Zala left the counting centre and even accepted his defeat.
     
    Due to technical glitches in two EVMs, VVPAT slips are being counted in Bayad. In Amraiwadi seat of Ahmedabad, Congress' Dharmendra Patel is leading over BJP's Jagdish Patel by 4,200 votes.
     
    Making a comeback after trailing initially, Congress candidate from Tharad seat in Banaskantha district, Gulabsinh Rajput, is now leading by over 5,400 votes over BJP's Jivraj Patel.
     
    Ajmalji Thakor, BJP candidate from Kheralu in Mehsana district is heading for a victory as he is leading over Congress' Babuji Thakor by over 29,000 votes.
     
    In Lunawada (Mahisagar) seat, BJP candidate Jignesh Sevak is leading over Congress candidate Gulabsinh Chauhan by over 16,200 votes.
     
    PTI

  • Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress prez alleges BJP of manipulating elections 

    Congress president UP Ajay Kumar Lallu while talking to media alleged that BJP was trying to manipulate election result in Gangoh. He said that Congress candidate who was leading till 27th round has been sent outside counting centre. 

  • 13:58 (IST)

    Tamil Nadu Election Results Latest Updates

    CM K Palaniswami says 'it is a victory for truth' as AIADMK set to win both seats

    As his party appears set to wrest both the Vikravandi and Nanguneri Assembly constituencies from the opposition, AIADMK top leader and Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Thursday said it is a victory for truth.
     
    Dubbing the 21 October bypolls to the two Assembly segments as historic, Palaniswami alleged the DMK hoodwinked the people by giving false promises and through a campaign of lies during the Lok Sabha elections and the bypolls to 22 Assembly segments in April.
     
    The DMK and its allies had won 38 of the 39 Lok Sabha seats in Tamil Nadu. The main opposition party had also emerged victorious in 13 of the 22 Assembly segments and AIADMK could manage to win only nine. "Since people have (now) realised the truth they have given a resounding win to the AIADMK this is a victory for truth," he told reporters at the party headquarters where partymen began celebrations after trends pointed to a clear advantage to the ruling outfit.
     
    Thanking the people, the chief minister, who is the AIADMK co-coordinator credited the "victory," to his Cabinet colleagues including his deputy O Panneerselvam, party leaders, MPs, MLAs and allies including the PMK, DMDK and the BJP.
     
    PTI

  • 13:52 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    BJP set to will Bhalha seat

    The BJP is very likely going to win the Balha seat as Saroj Sonkar leads with 46481 votes. The results are to be declared yet by the administration. Saroj Sonkar has got 89627 votes while Kiran Bharati of the Samajwadi Party (SP) could get only 43146 votes. While in Lucknow, Suresh Chandra Tiwar of the BJP has maintained a lead of over 30,000 votes on the Lucknow Cantt seat.

    Input by Azeem Mirza, 101Reporters.

  • 13:45 (IST)

    Assam Election Results Latest Updates

    BJP leads in 3 out of 4 seats

    The ruling BJP is leading in three of the four Assembly seats in Assam. While Rajen Borthakur of the BJP is leading over his nearest rival Kartik Kurmi of the Congress by 35,321 votes in Rangapara Assembly constituency, Bijoy Malakar of the saffron party has established a lead of 12,522 votes over Congress' Keshab Prasad Rajak in Ratabari Assembly seat.

    An estimated 72.62 per cent of over 6.78 lakh electorate had exercised their franchise in the by-election to the four Assembly seats in the state

  • 13:40 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    Samajwadi Party likely to retain its Rampur seat

    Tanzeem Fatima, the wife of SP leader Mohammad Azam Khan is likely to win the Rampur seat as she has maintained her lead and after the completion of 23rd round of counting, she is leading by 14977 votes. She has got 58119 votes while BJP's Bharat Bhusan has got 43142 votes.

    Input by Zeeshan Ahmad, 101Reporters

  • 13:24 (IST)

    Punjab Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress set to win 2 seats with SAD to take on 1 seat

    The ruling Congress is all set to win two seats, Jalalabad and Phagwara, while the Shiromani Akali Dal is also going to register victory over the Dakha seat in the Punjab bypolls, according to latest trends.
     
    There is a close fight on the Mukerian assembly segment between the Congress and the BJP.
     
    In Jalalabad, which is considered as an Akali bastion, Congress candidate Raminder Awla is way ahead of SAD candidate Raj Singh Dibipura by 11,252 votes.
     
    The Jalalabad seat fell vacant after SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal was elected to the Lok Sabha from Ferozepur parliamentary segment in the Lok Sabha election.

    Congress nominee Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal is leading over BJP nominee Rajesh Bagha by a comfortable margin of 15,732 votes from the Phagwara seat, as per the trends.

    From Mukerian seat, Congress candidate Indu Bala is ahead by 2,164 votes against the BJP's Jangi Lal Mahajan. SAD candidate Manpreet Singh Ayali is also leading by a comfortable margin of 12,550 over Congress nominee Sandeep Sandhu from the Dakha assembly seat, as per initial trends.
     
    PTI

  • 13:20 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    SP takes lead from 25 round of voting from Gangoh seat

    After 25th round, SP's Chaudhary Indrsen has taken a lead by a whisker on Congress' Noman Masood.  Chaudhary has got 60295 votes and is followed by Noman Masood of Congress who has bagged 59404 votes. Gangoh seat, fell vacant after the sitting BJP MLA Pradeep Chaudhary was elected to Lok Sabha from Kairana Parliamentary constituency in 2019 General Elections.

    Input by Vinod Kashyap, 101Reporters

  • 13:13 (IST)

    Bihar Election Results Latest Updates

    AIMIM wins Kishanganj Assembly seat

    Bharatiya Janata Party nominee Sweety Singh has lost to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) candidate Qamrul Hoda in Kishanganj seat of Bihar. 

    In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Moh Asrarul Huq of Congress won in this seat by defeating the BJP candidate by a margin of 1,94,612 votes which was 20.96 percent of the total votes polled in the constituency. Congress had a vote share of 53.15 percent in 2014 in the seat. There were a total of 10 contestants in 2014.

  • 13:08 (IST)

    Tamil Nadu Election Results Latest Updates

    AIADMK set to win both Assembly seats

    As counting of votes polled in the October 21 by-elections to two Assembly seats in Tamil Nadu is on, trends indicate a clear advantage to the ruling AIADMK which worked hard to secure victories against an aggressive main opposition DMK.

    In Vikravandi constituency (Villupuram district) where the ruling party and the main opposition are locked in a straight fight, AIADMK's M R Muthamilselvan who was ahead of DMK's N Pugazhendhi by a margin of 7,991 votes about two hours after the counting began, significantly improved it to 32,000 plus votes at 12:20 pm.

     
    The AIADMK candidate Reddiyarpatti V Narayanan who was leading from Nanguneri segment by a slender margin of 1,800 votes by 10 am appears to be sitting pretty against his DMK backed Congress rival 'Ruby' R Manoharan, having increased it to over 12,000 votes just past noon.
     
    Narayanan polled 42,250 votes as against Manoharan's 29,420 ballots. The AIADMK workers, confident of victory, meanwhile began celebrations by distributing sweets at the party headquarters in Chennai. Chief Minister K Palaniswami, who is the party's co-cordinator, visited the headquarters after the counting trends indicated a clear advantage to the ruling outfit.
     
    PTI
     

  • 13:05 (IST)

    Himachal Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    BJP wins Pachhad Assembly seat

    BJP has won Pachhad seat in Himachal Pradesh bypolls. In the last Assembly elections, Suresh Kashyap of the BJP had defeated his nearest rival and former minister Musafir with a margin of 6,427 votes in Pachhad

  • 12:54 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates
     

    BJP leads in 6 out of 11 Assembly seats

     
    The ruling BJP is ahead in six assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh and ally Apna Dal (S) in one, as per the latest trends on Thursday. The Samajwadi Party is ahead in two, while the Congress and the Bahujan Samaj Party are leading in the two remaining seats.
     
    The BJP is leading in Manikpur, Ghosi, Iglas, Lucknow Cantt, Govindnagar and Balha, while its ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) is ahead in Pratapgarh. The SP is ahead in Rampur and Zairpur, the BSP in Jalalpur and the Congress in Gangoh.
     
    Of the 11 seats of the state where bypolls were held on Monday, eight were held by the BJP and one by its ally Apna Dal (Sonelal). Two other seats were shared by the Samajwadi Party and the BSP.
     
    PTI

  • 12:46 (IST)

    Meghalaya  Election Results Latest Updates

    Ex-CM's son leads in Shella Assembly seat

    Ex-Meghalaya chief minister Donkupar Roy's son Balajied Kupar Synrem of the United Democratic Party (UDP) is leading over his nearest rival Grace Mary Kharpuri, an independent candidate, by over 5,000 votes in the by-poll to Shella Assembly constituency in Meghalaya.

    While Synrem has garnered 10,586 votes, Kharpuri has secured 5,162 votes, as per the latest trends. The by-election to the seat in the East Khasi Hills district has been necessitated following the death of Synrem's father Donkupar Roy, who was the sitting MLA. Roy was a former chief minister and the speaker of the 10th Meghalaya Assembly.

  • 12:40 (IST)

    Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    BJP's Anand Shukla leads with 11522 votes Manikpur seat

    After 13 rounds of counting BJP's Anand Shukla is leading with 11522 votes. Shukla so far has bagged 31585 votes and is followed by SP Candidate Nirbhay Singh Patel who has bagged 20063 votes.

    Input by Dhirendra Shukla, 101Reporters

  • Uttar Pradesh Election Results Latest Updates

    Congress numbers likely to remain same

    As per the latest results, the Gangoh seat in Saharanpur is going with the Congress. The Congress was worried about Aditi Singh, an MLA from the Raebareli Sadar seat turning rebel. In case she goes with the BJP the numbers are likely to remain the same and in case she does not there will be a plus one for the party in Uttar Pradesh. Presently the Congress has seven seats in its bag in Uttar Pradesh.

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    Bihar Lok Sabha Election Results Latest Updates

    RJD leads in 2 Assembly constituencies 

    The RJD is leading in two constituencies while the JD(U) and the AIMIM in one seat each. An independent candidate is also leading in one seat.
     
    Zafar Alam of the RJD is leading over his nearest rival Arun Kumar of the JD(U) by 825 votes in Simri Bakhtiarpur seat. While Alam has secured 26,452 votes, Kumar has garnered 25,627 votes. Qamrul Hoda of the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is leading over his nearest rival Sweety Singh of the BJP by 7,398 votes.
     
    While Hoda has garnered 34,688 votes, Singh has secured 27,290 votes, as per the latest trends.
     
    Lakshmikant Mandal of the JD(U) has established a lead of 5,811 votes over his nearest rival Rabiya Khatun of the RJD in Nathnagar seat. While Mandal has secured 14,654 votes, Khatun has garnered 8,843 votes.
     
    Independent candidate Karnjeet Singh is leading over his nearest rival Ajay Kumar Singh of the JD(U) by 5,717 votes. Karnjeet Singh has secured 15,733 votes while the JD(U) candidate is trailing at the second position with 10,016 votes.
     
    Ramdeo Yadav of the RJD has established a lead of 9,058 votes over his nearest rival Laldhari Yadav of the JD(U) in Belhar seat.
     
    The RJD candidate has secured 25,503 votes while the JD(U) nominee has garnered 16,445 votes. JD(U) has high stakes in the by-polls  billed as the semi-finals ahead of Assembly elections next year.
     
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    Bihar Lok Sabha Election Results Latest Updates

    LJP leads in Samastipur LS seat

    Prince Raj of the Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP) has established a lead of 31,375 votes over his nearest rival Ashok Kumar of the Congress in the by-poll to the Samastipur Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar, as per the latest trends.
     
    The by-election to the seat was necessitated after the death of LJP MP Ram Chandra Paswan, following which the party fielded his son Prince Raj. While Raj garnered 1,03,371 votes, Kumar secured 71,996 votes.
     
    By-elections were also held in Belhar, Simri Bakhtiarpur, Nathnagar, Kishanganj and Daraunda Assembly constituencies on account of the sitting MLAs getting elected to the Lok Sabha.
     
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By-Election Result 2019 Counting and Updates:  The ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has bagged seven of the 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh which went to bypolls on 21 October. The Samajwadi Party (SP) won three seats, including Rampur where Azam Khan's wife Tazeem Fatima contested while BJP ally Apna Dal (Soneylal) retained the Pratpgarh seat.

The Congress-led UDF tasted defeat at the hands of the ruling LDF headed by the CPM in its strongholds of Vattiyoorkavu and Konni, while it retained two seats - Majeshwaram and Ernakulum and won from the Marxist bastion of Aroor in the October 21 bypolls to five Assembly seats in Kerala, reported PTI. The BJP was blanked out.

In a tweet, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan thanked the people of Kerala for the support given to the policies of the LDF government. "Thank you Kerala. We are humbled by your support for
the government. The Left Democratic Front has made significant gains. Kerala has once again rejected the politics of hate and reiterated its commitment to progressive politics," he said.

Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) retained the Samastipur reserved Lok Sabha seat from where his nephew Prince Raj made a successful debut in the by-election necessitated by the death of his father, reported PTI. The debutant polled 3,90,276 votes as against 2,88,186 secured by his Congress rival who had finished second in both 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

BJP candidate Udayanraje Bhosale, with 4,79,201 votes, trailed behind NCP's Shriniwas Patil, who secured  5,63,877 votes in the Satara Lok Sabha seat in Maharashtra.

The ruling Congress won three Assembly seats - Jalalabad, Phagwara, Mukerian seats while the Opposition Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) won the Dakha seat in the Punjab bypolls, reported PTI.

Chief Minister Amarinder Singh hailed his party's victory in three of the four Assembly segments, particularly in SAD president Sukhbir Badal's "self-proclaimed" stronghold of Jalalabad, and described it as a total rejection of the negative agenda of the Akalis.

The Congress registered a victory in two Assembly seats in Gujarat while the BJP won one seat, reported PTI.

Congress candidate Jashu Patel defeated BJP's Dhavalsinh Zala in Bayad seat of Arvalli district by a margin of over 700 votes. In Tharad seat of Banaskantha, Congress candidate Gulabsinh Rajput made a comeback after trailing in the initial hours and defeated BJP's Jivraj Patel by over 6,400 votes.

In Kheralu seat of Mehsana, BJP's Ajmalji Thakor defeated Congress' Babuji Thakor by 29,000 votes.

The ruling BJP and ally Apna Dal (S) improved their leads and are ahead in eight places as counting progressed in 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, reported PTI. 

The Congress, which was initially ahead in Gangoh constituency, was overtaken by the ruling saffron party in later rounds of counting. The BJP is also leading in Manikpur, Ghosi, Iglas, Lucknow Cantt, Govindnagar and Balha, while ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) is ahead in Pratapgarh.

Congress candidate Indu Bala won from Mukerian seat in Punjab by defeating her BJP nominee Jangi Lal Mahajan with a margin of 3,440 votes on Thursday. The seat fell vacant following the death of Congress MLA Rajnish Kumar Babbi. Indu Bala is wife of Babbi. Congress candidate Indu Bala won from Mukerian seat in Punjab by defeating her BJP nominee Jangi Lal Mahajan with a margin of 3,440 votes on Thursday.

Of the six Assembly seats in Gujarat where bypolls were held on 21 October, the Congress is now leading on four seats while the ruling BJP is ahead on two seats. In Radhanpur (Patan district), OBC leader and BJP candidate Alpesh Thakor is trailing behind Congress' Raghu Desai by over 8,700 votes.

In Bayad (Arvalli), BJP candidate Dhavalsinh Zala is trailing behind Congress' Jashu Patel by over 700 votes. Sensing defeat, Zala left the counting centre and even accepted his defeat.

The ruling Congress is all set to win two seats, Jalalabad and Phagwara, while the Shiromani Akali Dal is also going to register victory over the Dakha seat in the Punjab bypolls, according to latest trends. There is a close fight on the Mukerian assembly segment between the Congress and the BJP.

In Jalalabad, which is considered as an Akali bastion, Congress candidate Raminder Awla is way ahead of SAD candidate Raj Singh Dibipura by 11,252 votes.

The ruling BJP is ahead in six assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh and ally Apna Dal (S) in one, as per the latest trends on Thursday. The Samajwadi Party is ahead in two, while the Congress and the Bahujan Samaj Party are leading in the two remaining seats. The BJP is leading in Manikpur, Ghosi, Iglas, Lucknow Cantt, Govindnagar and Balha, while its ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) is ahead in Pratapgarh. The SP is ahead in Rampur and Zairpur, the BSP in Jalalpur and the Congress in Gangoh.

Of the 11 seats of the state where bypolls were held on Monday, eight were held by the BJP and one by its ally Apna Dal (Sonelal). Two other seats were shared by the Samajwadi Party and the BSP.

Prince Raj of the Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP) has established a lead of 31,375 votes over his nearest rival Ashok Kumar of the Congress in the by-poll to the Samastipur Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar, as per the latest trends. The by-election to the seat was necessitated after the death of LJP MP Ram Chandra Paswan, following which the party fielded his son Prince Raj. While Raj garnered 1,03,371 votes, Kumar secured 71,996 votes.

The RJD is leading in two constituencies while the JD(U) and the AIMIM in one seat each. An independent candidate is also leading in one seat.

Unfazed by the BJP's land mafia campaign against Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Mohammad Azam Khan's wife, Tanzeem Fatima has maintained a lead of over 15,000 votes. This also comes as a set back for Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanatha and BJP state president Swatantradev Singh who tried their best during the campaigning.

In a major turn of events in the crucial bypolls in Maharashtra's Satara Lok Sabha constituency, the sugarcane belt of the state, Udayanraje Bhosale, former NCP leader who switched to the BJP party right before elections is trailing behind the NCP leading candidate and Pawar-loyalist Shriniwas Patil by a margin of 82,000 votes.

The fourth and the final round results of bypoll for the Poklok-Kamrang Assembly Constituency is out. SKM's Prem Singh Tamang wins with 1292 votes.  SDF's Moses Rai comes second with 162 votes, SRP's Yadhu Kumar Rai with 15. Around 15 people voted for none of the above (NOTA).

BJP wins at Martam-Rumtek for the first time in Sikkim. The BJP candidate Sonam T Venchungpa had contested on an SKM ticket in the Assembly election in April.

While the Bharatiya Janata Party is leading in three out of four Assam bypoll seats, the AIUDF is ahead in Jania. Meanwhile, UDP is leading in Meghalaya and SKM’s PS Golay set to win from Poklok Kamrang seat in Sikkim. By-election was necessitated in Assam as Kripanath Mallah (Ratabari), Tapan Gogoi (Sonari) and Pallab Lochan Das (Rangapara) of BJP and Congress MLA of Jania, Abdul Kalaque won in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

As per the official tallies available with the Election Commission the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has maintained leads on seven seats, Samajwadi Party on two seats while Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on one seat each. The Uttar Pradesh bypolls are being seen as a contest between the BJP's Swatantradev Singh and the Congress's Ajay Kumar Lallu, both of them keen to hit a victory note as their parties' Uttar Pradesh unit chiefs to boost the morale of their workers before the 2022 state election.

Congress candidate K Mohankumar has conceded defeat in Vattiyoorkaavu, where ruling LDF candidate VK Prashanth has established an unassailable lead of 7286 votes when counting in 56 of the 113 booths were completed. The LDF was in the third position in the seat with 40441 votes in the 2016 Assembly election. The setback for the UDF is considered a huge blow for the Nair Service Society (NSS), the community organization of the upper caste Hindu Nair community since it had openly campaigned for the UDF candidate in protest against the LDF government’s stand over the Sabarimala issue.

The ruling BJP is leading in both Dharamshala and Pachhad seats of Himachal Pradesh where bypolls were held on Monday, a state election official said. After the first round of counting, Vishal Nehriya of the BJP is leading with 1,187 votes over his nearest rival Vijay Inder Karan (1543 votes) of the Congress in Dharamshala. In Pachhad, Reena Kashyap of the BJP is leading with 1,543 votes over her nearest rival Gangu Ram Musafir of the Congress after the first round of counting.

Kerala’s ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF) is set to win two of the five Assembly seats that went to polls, improving its position from one seat in 2016. Both Vattiyoorkkavu and Konni, where the LDF candidates have established comfortable leads in the half-way mark, were sitting seats of the opposition UDF. However, the ruling front is trailing in its sitting Aroor seat in Alappuzha district. Congress candidate Shanimol Usman is leading by over 1500 votes in Aroor. The UDF is in a comfortable position in the remaining two seats-Ernakulam and Manjeshwaram.

Noman Masood of Congress has maintained a lead with over 4500 votes in Gangoh, Saharanpur constituency.  Gangoh seat, fell vacant after the sitting BJP MLA Pradeep Chaudhary was elected to Lok Sabha from Kairana Parliamentary constituency in 2019 General Elections.

Initial trends in Uttar Pradesh suggests that Samajwadi Party (SP) is leading on Rampur and Zaidpur seat while the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is leading on the Gangoh seat while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies have maintained a lead on rest of the eight seats.

In Kamraj Nagar constituency, the total votes polled were 24,296. John Kumar of the Congress already has won the seat. Speaking to the reporter on the phone, Puducherry CM Narayanasamy, said, "I thank the voters of Kamraj Nagar. Our candidate won with such a big difference is making us feel more grateful to the voters. The victory is possible only with the support of the DMK and our ally parties. Seven thousand votes difference is a big thing and we are also hoping to win in Nanguneri."

AIADMK candidate of Nanguneri constituency Narayanan leads with 412 votes against Congress’ 234. ​Nanguneri seat will see 12 candidates fighting it out though the main rivals are AIADMK's V Narayanan and Congress candidate Ruby R Manohar. The total number of voters in Vikravandi is about 2.57 lakh.

BJP maintains lead on Mau, Manikpur and Lucknow Cantt seats as per the initial trends. It is a four-cornered contest with the BJP, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress fielding candidates on all 11 assembly seats. The state saw a low voter turnout of 47.05 percent in the bypolls.

BJP is performing well and has maintained the lead on three out of eleven seats in Uttar Pradesh. The BJP has taken an initial lead on Manikpur, Zaidpur and Gangoh seats.

Counting across 18 states for 51 Assembly, two Lok Sabha seats begins. A moderate turnout of 57 percent was recorded in the by-elections held on 21 October. Among the states ruled by the BJP and its allies, counting will be held for the maximum 11 seats in Uttar Pradesh, followed by six in Gujarat, five in Bihar, four in Assam and two each in Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

It is a four-cornered contest with the BJP, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress fielding candidates across all 11 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh.  In politically crucial Uttar Pradesh, the polls are seen as a litmus test for the Yogi Adityanath government which has completed 30 months in office. The BJP currently has 302 members out of 403 in the Assembly. Eight of these seats were held earlier by the BJP and one by its ally Apna Dal (Sonelal). The seats of Rampur and Jalalpur (Ambedkarnagar) were held by the Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, respectively. The state saw a low voter turnout of 47.05 percent in the bypolls.

The result of bypolls in 51 Assembly constituencies spread across 18 states of the country is likely to be declared on Thursday (24 October). In addition to the Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, some North East states, among others, by-elections to two Lok Sabha seats Satara (Maharashtra) and Samastipur (Bihar) also took place on Monday.

The elections are significant as it is the first assembly polls after Modi led the BJP-led NDA to a resounding victory in the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year for a successive second term in office.

 By-Election Result 2019 Counting and Updates: Results for all 11 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh declared; BJP bags seven seats, ally Apna Dal wins in Pratapgarh

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The maximum numbers of constituencies voting in bypolls are in Uttar Pradesh where voters will be choosing their MLA on 11 seats. These seats are Pratapgarh, Zaidpur (SC), Balha (SC), Rampur, Iglas (SC), Lucknow Cantonment, Manikpur, Jalalpur, Ghosi, Gangoh, and Govind Nagar.

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The Assembly bypolls were necessitated after some MLAs won the Lok Sabha elections and resigned as members of the state Assembly. Ghosi Assembly seat fell vacant following the resignation of MLA Phagu Chauhan after he was appointed the Governor of Bihar. Five assembly constituencies are also going to bypolls in Bihar namely Kishanganj, Simri Bakhtiarpur, Daraunda, Nathnagar and Belhar.

In Himachal Pradesh, More than 82,000 voters in Dharmshala and over 74,000 voters in Pacchad assembly constituency will exercise their franchise in the upcoming by-elections, according to the Election Commission.

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In Assam, by-elections are being conducted for four constituencies namely Rangapara, Sonari, Ratabari and Jania. As many as 20 contestants are in the fray for these four seats. Four Assembly constituencies in Punjab — Phagwara, Mukerian, Dhaka, and Jalalabad — are also going to be voting on Monday.

By-election is taking on two constituencies in Rajasthan namely Mandawa and Khinwsar. Congress has fielded Rita Chaudhary from Mandawa and Harendra Mirdha from Khinwsar. Khonsa (West) assembly constituency of Arunachal Pradesh will also vote in the by-elections.

Chitrakot assembly constituency of Chhattisgarh, Jhabua (ST) in Madhya Pradesh, Bijepur in Odisha, Kamraj Nagar in Pudducherry, Shella in Meghalaya and Huzurnagar in Telangana.

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Updated Date: Oct 24, 2019 19:54:25 IST