The elections were necessitated following the deaths of the sitting legislators Vikho-o Yhoshu and T Torechu. Jyotiraditya Scindia will be expected to ensure the MLAs loyal to him are re-elected, especially in the 16 seats in the Gwalior and Chambal regions, which are considered strongholds of the Scindia family. Jadeja had won Abdasa seat in 2017 on the Congress ticket. Attorney General says he crossed the line, ‘Public is with us, it’s win for Grand Alliance’ : Tejashwi Yadav, ‘Deliberate’: Centre puts Twitter on notice for showing Leh as part of J&K, Heart flown to Delhi from Jaipur saves life of 45-year-old, Pak air force film, with a dogfight in ‘eastern sector,’ shown in China, Russia to consider India’s request for speedy delivery of S-400 air defence systems, ‘Mandate favored us, EC’s result in NDA’s favor’: Tejashwi Yadav on Bihar polls, Kajal Aggarwal is in the lap of luxury, share pics of underwater room, Anupria says a spiritual leader once ‘tried to take advantage of’ her, WATCH: Jon Rahm pulls off insane hole-in-one shot skimming across water, Aashram Chapter 2 review: A shockingly bad show thankfully comes to an end, PM2.5 levels will be lowest on Diwali in 4 years without crackers: SAFAR, ‘My thought process changed’: Gaikwad reveals how Dhoni inspired him, Katrina Kaif shares bright beach pics from Maldives, gives room tour. Bypoll to the Valmiki Nagar Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar was also held on 7 November along with the third phase of Assembly elections in the state. Counting is undergoing for the by-poll to Sira Assembly constituency. The ruling BJP in Karnataka won the byelections to two Assembly constituencies, wresting the seats from the Opposition Congress and JDS. On the other hand, the Congress, which lost power eight months ago following a revolt by a sections of its MLAs, has bagged three seats so far. About 82 percent polling was registered in the by-election to the Dubbak Assembly constituency in Telangana which passed off peacefully, though the campaign witnessed a war of words between the ruling TRS and the BJP. The BJP held sway over the party-ruled state with leads in all eight seats and the Congress trailing. BJP's Oinam Lukhoi Singh emerged victorious in the Wangoi constituency with a narrow margin of 257 votes. "This election was abnormal for us it was challenging to work smoothly with some our colleagues who had at one point fought against us," said the chief minister. The by-election in the seat was held on November3  as it fell vacant due to the death of MLA Vikho-o Yhoshu, who was also the Speaker of the Assembly. Earlier, the saffron party had also bagged the Abdasa, Morbi and Karjan seats. We're getting majority and the two elderlies (Digvijaya Singh, Kamal Nath) are going to Delhi," he told ANI. Here’s the list of BJP’s winning candidates from Tuesday’s by-poll results: 1. Five of them joined the ruling BJP and the party fielded them from the same seats. Here's all about the event, BRICS: Time to expand the New Development Bank membership, COVID-19 vaccine: FM Sitharman announces Rs 900 crore grant for research, PM2.5 levels on Diwali will be lowest in 4 years if no crackers burnt: SAFAR, Nirmala Sitharaman Highlights: Diwali gift for jobseekers, urban poor; employment scheme, housing support and more, New IPO: Sequoia Capital-backed Indigo Paints plans Rs 1,000 cr public issue; files papers with SEBI, HC allows Delhi govt to reserve 80 pc ICU beds for COVID-19 patients in 33 private hospitals, Copyright © Taking a jibe at the Congress, chief minister Vijay Rupani called the party a ‘sinking’ ship, adding that the bypoll results were just a ‘trailer’ of the assembly elections in the state which will take place in 2022. As BJP's Munirathna took a lead of over 35,000 votes in RR Nagar and CM Rajesh Gowda led by over 8,400 votes in Sira, celebrations were held at Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa's Bengaluru residence. November 11, 2020 01:11:40 IST. The saffron party is leading on two seats, Congress in one and Independent in one. If he's questioning EVMs, it means BJP is winning. BJP's Oinam Lukhoi Singh emerged victorious in the Wangoi constituency with a narrow margin of 257 votes. Jaura: BJP leads, Manipur By Election Result 2020 Latest Updates. The trailing candidate is National People's Party's Khuraijam Loken Singh. BJP - 34.68% BJP's Usha Sirohi trounced nearest rival Mohammad Yunus (BSP) by 21,702 votes in Bulandshahr while in Tundla, Prempal Singh Dhangar defeated SP's Mahraj Singh Dhangar by margin of 17,683 votes.

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