New Delhi: Bypoll results are underway in 3 Lok Sabha and 29 assembly seats across 13 states and the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and results are satisfying for every party in their region
Starting with West Bengal, TMC is leading on all 4 assembly seats. TMC candidate Udayan Guha has won the Dinhata by a heavy margin of 1,63,005 votes. The party is leading massively in Gosaba, Khardaha, and Santipur. In Rajasthan, Congress is safe from anti-incumbency for now as their candidates are headed towards victory in Dhariawad and Vallabhnagar assembly constituencies.
Himachal Pradesh is continuing its legacy of changing elected govt at every five years. The BJP is facing a heavy setback in the Mandi parliamentary seat and the assembly constituency of Arki and Fatehpur in Himachal Pradesh
In Bihar, The ruling JD(U) and main opposition RJD are leading in one assembly seat each.
The BJP candidates are ahead in Assam’s Bhabanipur and Thowra assembly constituencies. The BJP has gained an advantage in Northeast states and may have overcome their falls in Madhya Pradesh as it is winning 3 out of 4 seats.
In Maharashtra, MVA won 1 out of 3 seats. BJP grabbed 1 seat, whereas, Dadar and Nagar Haveli got dominated by Shiv Sena.
Importantly, Telangana’s Huzurabad seat has been won by BJP, This is a major setback for the KCR govt.
The results are indicated as a trendsetter for upcoming assembly elections in the respective regions. Himachal Pradesh seems to be slipping away to congress again after 5 years. Whereas, BJP continues its domination in North-East and Hindi Belt. The party has started to grow in Telangana. The results show so.