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UP Bypolls Result 2020: Full list of winners

The counting will decide the winners of recently held bypolls in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Nagaland, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Telangana, Gujarat, Karnataka and Odisha.

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New Delhi Updated on: November 10, 2020 20:22 IST
UP Bypolls Result 2020: Full list of winners
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UP Bypolls Result 2020: Full list of winners

UP Bypolls Result 2020: The ruling BJP on Tuesday won seven assembly constituencies in the state for which bypolls were held on November 3. The counting of votes for by-elections in 10 states, including Uttar Pradesh held on Tuesday. 

An average of over 53% voters had exercised their franchise on November 3 to decide the electoral fortunes of 88 candidates in the Naugaon Sadat, Tundla, Bangarmau, Bulandshahr, Deoria, Ghatampur and Malhani Assembly constituencies.

Including  Uttar Pradesh, counting decided the winners of recently held bypolls in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Nagaland, Jharkhand, Telangana, Gujarat, Karnataka and Odisha.

UP Assembly Bypolls Results 2020: Full List of Winners 

Barring Malhani, which was with the Samajwadi Party, the other seats are in the BJP’s kitty. 

Constituency Leading Candidate Leading Party Trailing Candidate Trailing Party Margin Status
Naugawan Sadat SANGEETA CHAUHAN Bharatiya Janata Party   JAVED ABBAS Samajwadi Party 15077 Result Declared
Bulandshahr USHA SIROHI Bharatiya Janata Party MOHAMMAD YUNUS Bahujan Samaj Party 21702 Result Declared
Tundla PREMPAL SINGH DHANGAR Bharatiya Janata Party MAHARAJ SINGH DHANGAR Samajwadi Party 17683 Result Declared
Bangermau Shrikant Katiyar Bharatiya Janata Party Arti Bajpai Indian National Congress 31398 Result Declared
Ghatampur UPENDRA NATH PASWAN Bharatiya Janata Party KULDEEP SANKHWAR Bahujan Samaj Party 23820 Result Declared
Deoria DR. SATYAPRAKASH MANI TRIPATHI URF GUDDU BABU Bharatiya Janata Party BARAHAMASHANKAR TRIPATHI Samajwadi Party 20089 Result Declared
Malhani LUCKY YADAV Samajwadi Party DHANANJAYA SINGH Independent 4632 Result Declared

The Naugaon Sadat seat fell vacant after the death of state minister and former cricketer Chauhan. The Ghatampur bypoll in Kanpur Nagar district was necessitated due to the death of state minister Varun. Both the ministers died of COVID-19.

The Tundla seat fell vacant after its MLA, S.P. Singh Baghel, was elected to the Lok Sabha, while the Bangarmau seat in Unnao fell vacant after the conviction of BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar in a rape case.

The BJP had dumped Sengar soon after his involvement in the case was alleged.

The bypolls to the Bulandshahr, Deoria and Malhani seats were necessitated due to the deaths of sitting MLAs Virendra Singh Sirohi, Janmejay Singh and Parasnath Yadav (SP) respectively.

Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Aazad’s Azad Samaj Party had fielded Mohammad Yameen from Bulandshahr to test its electoral popularity. The Bulandshahr seat had the highest number of 18 candidates while Ghatampur seat had the lowest of six. Sixteen candidates were in the fray in Malhani, 14 each in Naugaon Sadat and Deoria, 10 each in Bangarmau and Tundla.

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