Uttar Pradesh Election Results 2022
Uttar Pradesh Election Results 2022, UP Assembly Election Result 2022 Highlights: Calling it a ‘celebration of a vote based system’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said thanks to the electors for their command for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh and three different states – one he portrayed as “jeet ka chauka”.
Uttar Pradesh Election Results 2022 Highlights: After BJP’s earth shattering triumph in Uttar Pradesh Assembly political decision, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday presented his abdication to Governor Anandiben Patel as his first residency reached a conclusion. Yogi is set to turn into the main Chief Minister to get back to drive in the state subsequent to finishing a five-year term. The BJP turned into the principal party to hold power in the state starting around 1985.
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) pioneer Mayawati said that the consequences of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly decisions was a ‘illustration’ for the party. BSP had figured out how to get just one vote. “UP political decision results are against BSP’s assumptions. We ought not be deterred by it. Rather we ought to learn structure it, introspect and convey forward our party development, and return to control,” she was cited as saying by ANI.
The BJP has won 255 seats, while its adversary Samajwadi Party has won 111 seats, as per the Election Commission (EC) site. The Congress, exhibiting a dreary presentation, has won two seats. The BSP of Mayawati, a four-time boss clergyman, was everything except demolished with only one seat notwithstanding surveying 12.88 percent votes.
Battling from prison, SP’s Azam Khan and Nahid Hasan win UP survey
The Samajwadi Party’s Azam Khan and Nahid Hasan, both of whom challenged the 2022 Uttar Pradesh gathering decisions while being imprisoned, have won their individual seats, official outcomes showed. Khan, a previous Uttar Pradesh bureau priest and nine-term MLA, enrolled triumph against closest adversary Akash Saxena (Honey) of the BJP from Rampur seat by an edge of more than 55,000 votes, the Election Commission site showed. Khan got 1.31 lakh (or 59.71 percent) of the absolute votes counted while Saxena surveyed 76,084 (or 34.62 percent) votes, as indicated by the EC. – – PTI
UP surveys: BJP MLA who sat ups, gave body back rub to elector, holds seat
A BJP MLA, who was seen doing sit-ups and giving a back rub to an elector during the Uttar Pradesh Assembly survey crusades, has held his seat, official outcomes showed. Bhupesh Chaubey from Robertsganj electorate in Sonbhadra area got 84,496 (or 40.29 percent) of the all out votes counted, overcoming his closest adversary, Avinash Kushwaha of the Samajwadi Party (SP) by more than 5,600 votes, as per the Election Commission site.
Kushwaha got 78,875 (or 37.61 percent) of the absolute 2.09 lakh casts a ballot that were relied on the seat, as indicated by the Election Commission. An aggregate of 10 up-and-comers were in the conflict for the Assembly survey from Robertsganj, including Chaubey, who had won the voting demographic political decision in 2017 to turn into a first-time MLA.
The 47-year-old BJP MLA had hoarded the spotlight during survey crusades after he was seen doing sit-ups holding his ears from the phase of a political race rally, in a bid to look for ‘absolution’ of the citizens of his electorate. (PTI)