The bypolls counting on three Lok Sabha seats and 29 Assembly seats has resulted in fare deal for the ruling party than the Opposition excepting notable constituencies.
The bypolls on three Lok Sabha seats and 29 Assembly seats were held on October 30, this year.
Lok Sabha bypolls
In Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Shiv Sena candidate Kalaben Delkar won by a good margin of 51,269 votes succeeding BJP’s Mahesh Gavit. Kalaben Delkar is the spouse of the late Mohan Delkar, the free MP from Dadra and Nagar Haveli, whose passing in February of this current year prompted the by-election for the constituency. The Shiv Sena secured 59.53% of the absolute voting, trailed by the BJP with 33.68%, and Congress with 3%.
The incumbent BJP in Himachal Pradesh suffered a decline of face in the wake of losing to the Congress in the Mandi parliamentary voting demographic, which falls in CM Jai Ram Thakur’s local region.
Congress had handled previous Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s better half Pratibha Singh against BJP’s Khushal Thakur. Singh crushed Thakur, a Kargil war saint, by a margin of 7,490 votes. As indicated by the Election Commission, Congress secured 49.14% of the absolute voting, trailed by the BJP with 48.14%.
In Madhya Pradesh, the BJP figured out how to hold the Khandwa Lok Sabha seat, however with a lower edge contrasted with the 2019 elections. BJP up-and-comer Gyaneshwar Patil won the by-political decision by a margin of 82,140 votes ahead of his closest adversary, Rajnarayan Singh Purni of the Congress. The BJP secured 49.85% of the absolute votes surveyed, trailed by the Congress with 43.38%.
The incumbent Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) held the Badvel Assembly seat public with its competitor Dasari Sudha getting over 90,000 more votes than her closest opponent, Panathala Suresh of the BJP.
Dasari Sudha is the widow of sitting YSRCP MLA Dr Venkata Subbiah, who died in March of this current year due to an ailment.
A held voting seat, Badvel, is situated in Kadapa district, a fortification of CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. The YSRCP secured 76.25% of the absolute voting in Badvel, trailed by the BJP with 14.73% and Congress with 4.24%.
The incumbent BJP retained three of the five Assembly seats in Assam where voting for bypolls took place on October 30, while its partner the UPPL managed to have a special interest in the Gossaigaon and Tamalpur constituencies.
BJP’s Rupjyoti Kurmi won the Maraini seat with 40,104 votes, while Phani Talukdar of the BJP crushed Congress candidate Sailendra Das in Bhabanipur. Essentially, BJP’s Sushanta Borgohain won from Thowra by a margin of more than 30,000 votes.
Altogether, the BJP got 29.85% of the total voting in all of the five assembly seats, trailed by the others with 43.85%, Congress with 16.77% and AIUDF with 4.39%.
With party Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s return to Patna, the RJD set up an intense battle yet couldn’t win either in Kusheshwar Asthan or Tarapur assembly seats.
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s JD(U) got 46.22% of the absolute voting on the two seats, trailed by the RJD with 40.72%.
The winning margin in Kusheshwar Asthan was around 12,000 votes, while the equivalent in Tarapur was a little more than 3,000 votes.
Eyes were on the Ellenabad Assembly bypoll on Haryana where Abhay Singh Chautala of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) succeeded Gobind Kanda of the BJP by a margin of more than 6,700 votes.
The bypoll on this seat was required by the takeoff of Abhay Singh Chautala who left the state Assembly in challenge the Center’s three farm laws.
The INLD got 43.49% of the total voting, trailed by the BJP with 39.05% and Congress with 13.78%.
The Congress retained two seats – Fatehpur and Arki -while fighting the Jubbal-Kotkhai Assembly seat from the incumbent BJP.
Bhawani Singh Pathania, Sanjay and Rohit Thakur of the Congress won from Fatehpur, Arki and Jubbal-Kotkhai Assembly seats, separately.
In Jubbal-Kotkhai, the BJP competitot even lost her deposit.
The Congress secured 48.90% of the total voting on all assembly seats, trailed by the BJP with 28.05%.
The incumbent BJP won the Sindgi Assembly seat, bypolls on which were held after the demise of the sitting JD(S) MLA.
Although, the Congress figured out how to wrest the Hangal Assembly supporters from the BJP where the decision party’s CM Udasi lost to Congress party’s Srinivas Mane with 7,373 votes.
The BJP attained 51.86% of the complete voting on the two seats, trailed by the Congress with 44.76%.
The incumbent BJP lost Raigaon (reserved) seat to the Congress however crushed Prithvipur and Jobat (reserved) seats from the Opposition party in the state.
In Prithvipur, the BJP depended on Shishupal Yadav, who as of late changed from the Samajwadi Party. Yadav defeated Nitendra Singh Rathore of the Congress by 15,687 votes.
The BJP attained 47.58% of the voting on every one of the four supporters, trailed by the Congress with 45.45%.
In Maharashtra, Congress held the Delgur (reserved) Assembly seat where its applicant Jitesh Raosaheb Antapurkar got 41,917 more votes than his closest opponent Subhash Pirajirao Sabne of the BJP.
The Delgur bypolls was required because of the passing of Jitesh’s father, sitting Congress MLA Raosaheb Antapurkar.
The Congress attained 57.03% of the absolute voting on this seat, trailed by the BJP with 35.06%.
In Meghalaya, BJP partner NPP won two Assembly constituencies – Mawryngkneng and Rajabala. Simultaneously, NPP’s partner UDP managed to claim the Mawphlang assembly seat, where its competitor won by almost 5,000 votes.
The NPP got 36.13% of the absolute voting on each of the three seats, trailed by the Congress with 36.18%.
BJP ally MNF won the Tuirial Assembly bypoll where its applicant K Laldawngliana succeded Laltlanmawia of the Zoram People’s Movement and Chalrosanga Ralte of the Congress.
The MNF attained 39.89% of the complete voting on this seat, trailed by the Congress with 26.92%.
In Nagaland, S Keoshu Yimchunger of the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party won the Shamator Chessore Assembly seat.
The incumbent Congress has again held Vallabhnagar while succeeding the Dhariawad seat from the BJP by a margin of 18,725 votes.
As per the Election Commission, Congress has attained 37.51% of the complete voting in both constituencies, along with BJP by 18.8%.
In Telangana, CM KCR’s Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) suffered loss in Huzurabad bypoll to the BJP by around 24,000 votes.
The BJP had handled previous Telangana health minister and KCR-associate Eatala Rajender against Gellu Srinivas Yadav of the TRS.
On the other side, the incumbent TRS secured 40.38% of the absolute voting in Huzurabad, the BJP has attained 51.96%.
The current ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) held two of its seats – Khardah and Gosaba -while at a similar time, succeeding Dinhata and Santipur from the BJP.
TMC applicants in Dinhata and Gosaba won by big margins of 1.64 lakh votes and 1.43 lakh votes, individually. Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien said that BJP competitors lost their deposits on three of the four Assembly constituencies where bypolls took place on October 30.
As indicated by the ECI, TMC got 74.99% of the complete voting in each of the four seats, trailed by the BJP with 14.5% and CPI(M) with 7.28%.