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LIVE UP, Bihar bypoll results

LIVE UP, Bihar bypoll results

LUCKNOW: The counting of votes for the by-election for three Lok Sabha and two Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar is underway.

Early trends gave the BJP gains in Bihar and a setback in Uttar Pradesh.

As counting picked up pace on Wednesday, SP candidate in Phulpur Nagendra Patel established a slender lead by 6931 votes with 54,562 votes over his nearest BJP rival Kaushlendra Singh Patel with 47,631 votes in the Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha bypolls.

Initially, during the counting of the postal ballots, Kaushlendra Singh Patel of the BJP was leading, but after 10 a.m. as counting pace picked up, the Samajwadi Party candidate made a lead.

In Gorakhpur, the parliamentary constituency of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Upendra Dutt Shukla of the Bharatiya Janata Party has established a lead of over 15577 votes votes over his nearest SP rival Pravin Nishad with 13911 votes.

Poor voting percentage in the by polls and the coming together of arch rivals SP-Bahujan Samaj Party has made the contest interesting in the elections.

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from The Siasat Daily

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