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Bye-election results LIVE: AAP wins Jalandhar; Apna Dal(S) wins Suar assembly seat

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Bye-election results LIVE:The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won the Jalandhar Lok Sabha constituency with a margin of 58,647 votes. Meanwhile, Apna Dal(S) narrowly won the Suar assembly constituency. As counting continues in Jalandhar and three assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh (Chhanbey), Odisha (Jharsuguda), and Meghalaya, the Election Commission of India (ECI) is expected to announce the results of five by-elections (Sohiong).

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A deep dive into byelections in these constituencies, their significance, and their ramifications:

1) Jalandhar Lok Sabha in Punjab:

In the Dalit stronghold constituency, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Congress, and the Shiromani Akali Dal are engaged in a four-cornered electoral battle. Traditional Congress stronghold, the by-election was necessitated by the passing of MP Santokh Chaudhary, who died of a heart attack during the Punjab section of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in January. While the Congress ran Chaudhary’s wife Karamjit Kaur, former Congress MLA Sushil Rinku ran on the AAP ticket. After severing ties with SAD, this is the first time that the BJP is contesting the Lok Sabha election on its own, a difficult task. It ran Akali defector Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal, while Sukhwinder Kumar Sukhi represents the SAD. The implications are quite high for all parties, as the Jalandhar Lok Sabha constituency has been a Congress stronghold since 1999, but the AAP emerged in the 2022 assembly election. While Congress intends to continue its winning streak, the SAD, which won only three seats in 2022, is fighting for its very existence.

2) Suar and Chhanbey assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh:

Two byelections are a direct contest between the ruling coalition and the Samajwadi Party, the opposition party. The outcome will undoubtedly serve as a morale stimulant prior to the general election, despite the fact that it will have no effect on the composition of the assembly. While the Bahujan Samaj Party chose not to run, the Congress only supported Chhanbey. Here, the Suar seat is the primary focus, as SP leader Azam Khan’s son Abdullah Azam Khan held it until his conviction in February for an old case. The BJP hopes to win this Rampur district seat, which is considered Azam Khan’s citadel. Notably, Khan was disqualified from the Assembly after being convicted of hate speech last year. On the Suar seat, the SP has nominated Anuradha Chauhan, while the BJP’s ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) has chosen Shafeek Ahmed Ansari. In addition, eight candidates are in the running for the Chhanbey seat in Mirzapur.

3) Jharsuguda assembly in Odisha:

As a result of the January assassination of incumbent MLA Naba Kishore Das, who also served as health minister in the Naveen Patnaik administration, the seat was the subject of a vigorous election campaign. The governing Biju Janata Dal party nominated Deepali Das, the daughter of Das, while the BJP nominated Tankashekhar Tripathy. Congress has nominated Tarun Pandey. All three candidates are first-time candidates and the leading contenders, despite the fact that nine candidates contested the election.

4) Meghalaya Sohiong parliamentary constituency:

In by-elections for other seats, voter turnout was moderate, but the Sohiong assembly saw an astounding 91.87 percent turnout, with a higher proportion of female voters. The by-election was held following the passing of United Democratic Party (UDP) MLA HDR Lyngdoh, who passed away while campaigning for the February assembly election. The two coalition partners of the governing Meghalaya Democratic Alliance, National People’s Party (NPP) and UDP, engaged in vicious political attacks during the election campaign because they were unable to reach an agreement. There are six candidates in this election.

Live Blog

9:40AM 13 May, 23
Bye-election results LIVE: AAP leads with over 7000 votes in Jalandhar

Early trends—

Lead: 7065 (cAAP)

Sushil Kumar Rinku (AAP): 60088

Karamjit Kaur Chaudhary (Cong): 53023

Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal (BJP): 34051

Dr Sukhwinder Kumar Sukhi ( SAD): 28351

9:03AM 13 May, 23
Early trends for Jalandhar Lok Sabha bypoll

Lead: 2776 (AAP)

Sushil Kumar Rinku (AAP): 11539

Karamjit Kaur Chaudhary (Cong): 8763

Dr Sukhwinder Kumar Sukhi ( SAD): 5729

Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal (BJP): 4474

8:55AM 13 May, 23
Jharsuguda Bye-Election Result: Below are the trends of parties leading on number of seats at 8.51 AM

BJD –5944

BJP –3238

Congress –123

Others – 00