Lok Sabha Byelections Results 2022 Live Updates: With 2, 28,059 votes (62.97%), Samajwadi Party nominee Dimple Yadav is currently in the lead in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha segment. Raghuraj Singh Shakya of the BJP is defeated by her by a margin of 1, 00,247 votes.
Manoj Singh Kushwaha, a candidate for the Janata Dal (United), is in the lead in the Kurhani Assembly district of Bihar, but Congress is also in the lead in the Sardarshahar Assembly district of Rajasthan and the Bhanupratappur Assembly district of Chhattisgarh. With a total of 48,588 votes, BJD candidate Barsha Singh Bariha is in the lead in the Padampur Assembly constituency of Odisha.
Asim Raja, a close friend of Muhammad Azam Khan and a candidate for the Samajwadi Party, is currently in the lead against BJP candidate Akash Saxena in the Rampur district of Uttar Pradesh. In the meantime, Madan Bhaiya of the Rashtriya Lok Dal is currently in the lead in the Uttar Pradesh district of the Khatauli Assembly.
Beginning at 8 am on Thursday, ballots cast in the byelections for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat and six Assembly seats in five states were counted. Along with those of the Assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, the results will be announced today. On December 5, byelections were held for assembly seats in Rampur Sadar and Khatauli in Uttar Pradesh, Padampur in Odisha, Sardarshahar in Rajasthan, Kurhani in Bihar, and Bhanupratappur in Chhattisgarh. The Mainpuri parliamentary seat became vacant after Mulayam Singh Yadav, the founder of the Samajwadi party, passed away.
Rampur Sadar Assembly seat saw a significant drop in voter turnout compared to the Assembly elections held in March of this year, despite claims by the Samajwadi Party of serious irregularities during voting in the three by-elections held in the state on Monday. Rampur Sadar only had 31.94% of the vote as of 5 pm; an hour before voting was supposed to end, as opposed to 56.61 in March. Up until 5 p.m., voter turnout in Khatauli was 56.46 percent. In March, there were 69.79% of eligible voters.
Over 53% of votes had been cast as of 5 p.m. in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat, where the SP and BJP both ran intense campaigns. Mulayam Singh Yadav, the patriarch of the SP, won the seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with 56.67% of the vote.
According to officials, despite Maoist threats in some areas of the constituency, a record 80.5 percent of voters cast ballots in the by-election
Monisha Banerjee, the district collector for Bargarh, stated that the most recent information places the voting percentage at 80.5%. The final voting percentage, according to official sources, may change. The constituency saw a 79.05% turnout for the 2019 Assembly elections. “Although some booths had complained to us, we visited the locations and found no irregularities. The election was peacefully concluded, and the EVMs are being securely stored in a strong room, according to Banerjee.
According to officials, 69.91% of eligible voters cast ballots in the Monday evening by-election for Rajasthan’s Sardarshahar Assembly constituency. At all 295 of the booths set up in the segment, voting began at 8 am with strict security measures in place. Officials report that as of 5:30 pm on Monday, 69.91% of the district’s
Officials reported that a total of 57.9% of the 3.11 lakh eligible voters cast ballots in the by-election for the Kurhani assembly seat in Bihar on Monday. According to them, voting in the constituency’s 320 booths started at 7 am and went on until 6 pm. All of the booths had strict security measures in place, and both the local police and central paramilitary forces manned them. The disqualification of RJD MLA Anil Kumar Sahani has necessitated a by-poll for the assembly district in Muzaffarpur.
In the Maoist-affected Kanker district of Bhanupratappur, Chhattisgarh, where voting started at 7 am on Monday under heavy security and ended at 3 pm, 64.86% of eligible voters cast ballots. Overall, the voting process was peaceful, according to a government official. Although seven candidates were running for the Scheduled Tribes constituency, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the ruling Congress were seen as directly competing against one another (BJP).
Rampur Sadar’s assembly district, which was previously represented by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan, saw a low turnout of 33.94%. Khatauli segment polling was 56.46 percent, according to PTI. In the byelections for the Padampur constituency, more than 81% of the 2.57 lakh eligible voters cast ballots, but in the other segments, it was only 72.09% in Sardarshahar, 58.% in Kurhani, and 64.86% in Bhanupratappur.