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  • BJP leads in 7 out of 8 seats in Gujarat, Congress on 1
  • BJP ahead in the vacant seat of Hemant Soren in Jharkhand
  • BJP is seen snatching Congress-JD (S) seat in Karnataka

Along with the Bihar assembly elections, the BJP has achieved huge success in the by-elections held in 56 assembly of 11 states and the Valmikinagar Lok Sabha seat in Bihar on Tuesday. In Madhya Pradesh, the Chief Minister seat of Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been confirmed, while the BJP has strengthened its position in Gujarat.

The by-elections along with Bihar can be seen as a referendum on the policies, achievements of the first year of the second term of the Narendra Modi government at the Center. Public opinion is coming to light on issues such as lockdowns, unemployment, the decaying economy, as well as new peasant laws and the Chinese military’s entry into Ladakh to prevent the coronavirus epidemic. During this period, removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, giving all Indians the right to take land there, Bhoomipujan of Ram temple are also some of the issues on which the voter has stamped.

JD (U) ahead in Lok Sabha seat of Bihar
The by-election to the Valmikinagar Lok Sabha seat was necessitated after the death of JD (U) MP Baidyanath Prasad Mahato in February. On this, JD (U) candidate Sunil Kumar is leading in the early trends.

BJP ahead in 7 of 8 seats in Gujarat
In the initial trends of Gujarat by-elections, BJP was leading in 7 out of 8 seats. Congress is ahead in one seat. By-elections in 8 seats in Gujarat were necessitated, as 8 Congress MLAs resigned just before the Rajya Sabha elections in June.

The Congress had won 77 seats in 2017, giving its best performance since 1995 and it wants all 8 seats to fall in its favor. Of the 8 MLAs who left the Congress to retain the Rajya Sabha seats of the BJP, 5 have been given tickets by the BJP. The results of the by-elections in Gujarat will not have a direct impact on the government, as the BJP has 103 seats in a 182-member house here. At the same time, Congress currently has only 65 seats. Local bodies elections are also to be held in Gujarat, so it will be important to understand the mood of the voters in the by-elections.

Uttar Pradesh (7 seats): Yogi’s influence reduced
In 2017, when BJP won unilaterally, it won 6 of these 7 seats after several decades. SP had an MLA on one seat. Early trends in the results of the by-elections show that BJP is ahead in 5 out of 7 seats. In these seven seats, Yogi Adityanath is a big test for the government in view of law and order, especially women safety, rape and caste-based conflicts. Independents and SP are leading in one seat.

BJP gains two seats in Karnataka
By-elections are being held in Karnataka, Jharkhand, Nagaland, Manipur for 2-2 seats. In Karnataka, the Congress and JD (S) were strong in both the seats. Even after this, BJP is leading in both the seats. In this way BS Yeddyurappa government is getting strengthened.

In Jharkhand, Chief Minister Hemant Soren had left Dumka seat, while a Congress MLA was killed. The BJP is leading in Dumka, which seems to weaken the Chief Minister’s position. At the same time, Congress is ahead in the second seat.

The by-elections were necessary in Nagaland after the death of 3 MLAs and independent candidates are ahead in both the places. In Manipur, 2 seats are seen going to BJP.

In Odisha, the BJP and BJD (BJD) had one seat each in the 2 seats where the by-elections were held. In early trends, both seats are seen going to BJD. Both parties have given tickets to sons of former MLAs. So that they can get votes on the basis of condolences.

BJP in Telangana, Congress in Haryana
The BJP has taken a lead in one seat in Telangana. This seat was vacated by the death of TRS MLA. In Haryana, the Jat dominated seat has been occupied by the Congress. Here Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar sees an opportunity for the BJP, but the Congress is leading here. Marwahi seat, which was vacant after the death of Ajit Jogi in Chhattisgarh, has been occupied by his family for two decades. Congress is leading in this seat.

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