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Trends suggest BJP has trounced rivals in most of 58 bye-poll seats

Tuesday, November 10, 2020 • Telugu Comments
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Trends suggest BJP has trounced rivals in most of 58 bye-poll seats

Apart from the Bihar Assembly election results, results for bye-polls of 58 seats in various States are pending to be finalized today. Leads indicate that the BJP has decimated the Congress party in most of the seats.

In Gujarat, eight seats went for bye-polls. The saffron party is in the lead in each of the seats. Its vote-share is 10% more than that of its rival. BJP is ahead in Karnataka's two bye-poll seats.

In Madhya Pradesh, where winning at least 9 seats is needed for the BJP to retain the majority in the Assembly, it is leading in 19 seats. The Congress, which was holding 22 seats, is going to be down to 9 seats.

In Uttar Pradesh, where seven seats are in a contest, the BJP is leading in five. SP and INLD are leading in one each. BSP is gone for a duck. In Telangana's Dubbakka, BJP may trounce the TRS if the current leads hold. Congress is a distant third.

The Congress is doing well in Chattisgarh (one seat), Haryana (one seat), Jharkhand (where Congress and BJP are leading in one seat each).

In Manipur, BJP is leading in 3 seats, whereas IND is leading in 1 seat. BJD is leading in two seats in Odisha.

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