Votes Counting, Meeting By election Outcomes Highlights


A turnout of fifty per cent to 80 per cent was recorded throughout voting in three Lok Sabha and 29 Meeting constituencies that went for by-elections. The meeting by-elections had been held in 5 seats in Assam, 4 in West Bengal, three every in Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Meghalaya, two every in Bihar, Karnataka and Rajasthan and one seat every in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Mizoram and Telangana.

Out of the 29 Meeting seats, the BJP held energy in six, the Congress had 9, whereas the remainder had been with regional events. The three Lok Sabha seats –Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Mandi in Himachal Pradesh and Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh– needed to go to bypolls after their sitting members died.

The outcomes of the electoral battle, that witnessed shut fights between a number of political heavyweights, will resolve the destiny of distinguished candidates like INLD chief Abhay Chautala, who give up the Haryana meeting in protest in opposition to the three new central agri legal guidelines, Congress’ Pratibha Singh, spouse of late chief minister Virbhadra Singh, former nationwide footballer Eugeneson Lyngdoh and ex-minister from Telangana Eatala Rajender.

In Haryana, 80 per cent voting was reported within the bypolls to the Ellenabad Meeting constituency, necessitated by the resignation of INLD chief Abhay Chautala as MLA.

Khandwa Lok Sabha seat in Madhya Pradesh, whose BJP MP Nand Kumar Singh Chauhan had died, noticed a turnout of 63.88 per cent, whereas an round 64.60 per cent voting was recorded within the three Meeting seats.

In Assam, 69.60 per cent turnout was recorded in 5 meeting constituencies, specifically Gossaigaon, Bhabanipur, Tamulpur, Mariani and Thowra seats until 5 pm.

The next proportion of votes — almost 71 per cent — had been polled until 5 pm in West Bengal’s 4 meeting constituencies.



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