Bypoll results 2022 LIVE updates: Early patterns have begun arising as the counting of decisions in favor of the bypolls to three Lok Sabha seats and seven Assembly seats started at 8am. The democratic occurred on June 23. Muti-level security cover has been set up for the counting. First postal polling forms will be counted. The bypolls were held in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Delhi, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura. Lok Sabha by-races were held in Azamgarh and Rampur supporters in Uttar Pradesh, the SP fortifications, after Samajwadi Party boss Akhilesh Yadav and party pioneer Azam Khan abandoned those seats to challenge in the gathering political decision. Punjab’s Sangrur became empty after Bhagwant Mann surrendered after he was chosen as a MLA.
Bypoll results 2022 LIVE: Latest patterns from Azamgarh, Rampur
BJP driving in Azamgarh: BJP Candidate Dinesh Lal Yadav driving with 1,06,246 votes. SP competitor Dharmendra Yadav at second with 1,03,712 votes
SP driving in Rampur: SP’s Asim Raza driving with 2,13,361 votes; BJP’s Ghanshyam Lodhi following with 2,06,299 votes.
Bypoll results 2022 LIVE updates: Rampurhat patterns at 11am, SP driving
Rampur Lok Sabha bypoll-pattern ar 11am ( SP leads) – SP competitor Asim Raza-1,54,256 votes, BJP applicant Ghanshyam Lodhi-1,43, 221 votes.
Bypoll results 2022 LIVE updates: Latest from Azamgarh
Azamgarh Sabha bypoll-pattern at 10.35 am – SP applicant Dharmendra Yadav-46, 254 votes, BJP up-and-comer Dinesh Lal Yadav-37,077 votes, BSP competitor Shah Alam Guddu Jamali-36,049 votes.
SP applicants driving in Rampur and Azamgarh
The Samajwadi Party applicants are driving in both Rampur and Azamgarh Lok Sabha seats. As per accessible patterns, SP up-and-comer Mohd Asim Raja has a lead in Rampur over his closest opponent Ghanshyam Lodhi of the BJP. In Azamgarh, SP’s Dharmendra Yadav is driving over BJP competitor Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirahua’, his closest opponent. BSP’s Shah Alam moniker Guddu Jamali is following at third spot in Azamgarh. While in Rampur there is immediate battle among SP and BJP, Azamgarh is seeing a three-sided challenge with BSP shaping the third corner.
Sangrur bypoll: Close battle between AAP, SAD applicants
Aam Aadmi Party and SAD applicants are endlessly neck in the Sangrur Lok Sabha seat, as per starting patterns. Counting of decisions in favor of the bypoll to the high-stakes Sangrur Lok Sabha is in progress. Mann is a previous MP and the leader of SAD (Amritsar). Congress up-and-comer Dalvir Singh Goldy, BJP’s Kewal Dhillon and SAD’s Kamaldeep Kaur Rajoana were at the third, fourth and fifth spots individually, the patterns showed. (PTI)