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By Election Results 2021 Live: Congress wins all 3 seats in Himachal Pradesh, Trinamool wins big in Bengal

By Anuj Cariappa
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New Delhi, Nov 02: Counting of votes began in three Lok Sabha and 29 assembly constituencies spread across 13 states and the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli where by-elections were held on October 30.

The results of the Bengal assembly constituencies Dinhata and Gosaba are out and the Trinamool Congress is victorious in both seats.

By Election Results 2021 Live: Counting of votes for the 31 assembly and 3 lok sabha seats today

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9:35 PM, 2 Nov
Assam
By-poll victory proof of devp work by BJP govt : Sarma
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Tuesday credited the power-packed perormance of NDA in the by-poll in the five Assembly seats in the state, whose results were declared during the day, to the development work by his government in the last five-and-half months and asserted that all poll promises will be fulfilled. He said the mandate is also recognition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to uplift the North East region. He also hinted that two to three opposition MLAs might switch over to BJP and bypolls to the seats from where they were elected are likely to take place along with Majuli Assembly seat, which was vacated by Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.
9:06 PM, 2 Nov
Haryana
Bypoll result victory of farmers: Abhay Chautala; BJP disagrees
INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala described his win in the Ellenabad bypolls on Tuesday as a victory of farmers, a claim rejected by the ruling BJP who said his low victory margin shows people negated the issue over which he resigned from the Assembly. Chautala had resigned from the state Assembly over the Centre’s farm laws. He defeated his nearest rival Gobind Kanda of the BJP by a margin of 6,739 votes.
8:40 PM, 2 Nov
Madhya Pradesh
By-poll: BJP retains Khandwa Lok Sabha seat with reduced margin
BJP candidate Gyaneshwar Patil won the bypoll from the Khandwa Lok Sabha constituency in Madhya Pradesh by defeating his nearest Congress rival, former MLA Rajnarayan Singh Purni, with a margin of 82,140 votes, a poll official said. Patil got 6,32,455 votes, while Purni bagged 5,50,315 ballots. Thus, the ruling party retained the seat albeit with a reduced margin. The party fielded Patil, a former district panchayat president, by denying a ticket to Harshvardhan Chauhan, the son of sitting BJP MP Nand Kumar Singh Chauhan, whose death necessitated the bypoll, voting for which took place on October 30.
8:09 PM, 2 Nov
Siddaramaiah dubs BJP's loss in Hangal as Chief Minister Bommai's defeat
Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said the defeat of the BJP candidate in Hangal assembly bypoll is actually the defeat of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai as the constituency falls in his home constituency. In the October 30 bypolls to two assembly constituencies, counting for which was held today, the BJP's Ramesh Bhusanur won the Sindagi seat while in Hangal, which is in Chief Minister's home district Haveri, Congress candidate Srinivas Mane won the election defeating BJP's Shivaraj Sajjanar. In a set of tweets, the Congress stalwart targeted the BJP. "In the Hangal election, the actual BJP candidate was Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. The BJP lost in his home district. The fact is that the people have discarded him despite his emotional talks such as 'I am the son of the soil', 'I will die here' and 'I am the son-in-law of this area'," Siddaramaiah tweeted. He also dubbed the election results as a wave against the ruling BJP. Regarding Sindagi result, Siddaramaiah said the party has improved its position from third place to the second. He said the Congress candidate Ashok Managuli got over 40,000 votes. According to him, Managuli could not win because he was earlier in the JD(S) and there was an issue related to his adjustment with the local Congress workers.
7:38 PM, 2 Nov
Bypoll win victory of every Cong worker: Rahul
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi attributed the party's good showing in the bypolls to its workers and asked them to keep "fighting hate" without fear. The Congress wrested the Mandi Lok Sabha seat from the BJP and won all three assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh, besides bagging two in Rajasthan and one seat each in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh. "Every victory for the Congress is a victory of our party worker. Keep fighting hate. No fear!" Gandhi said on Twitter after the results came in. PTI SKC ZMN
7:30 PM, 2 Nov
Telangana
Despite the fact that ruling TRS spent hundreds of crores of rupees in this election, people of Huzurabad voted for BJP candidate Etela Rajender. I thank people of Huzurabad for rejecting money power and voting for BJP: Union Minister and BJP leader G Kishan Reddy
7:12 PM, 2 Nov
Bihar
The campaigning done by RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav in Kusheshwar Asthan and Tarapur assembly setas for by-polls in Bihar was a loss for their party rather than a gain: Union Minister & LJP leader Pashupati Kumar Paras
7:03 PM, 2 Nov
Madhya Pradesh
BJP loses Raigoan (SC) seat by margin of 12,290 votes to Congress: EC official
6:53 PM, 2 Nov
West Bengal
BJP candidates never get cars, mics, or accommodation during the by-elections here. Police get the voting done, which is one-sided & not neutral. Earlier, too, we lost the by-elections but won the general elections at the same place: Dilip Ghosh (BJP) on the by-polls result
6:32 PM, 2 Nov
Bihar
Party workers celebrate the victory of Janata Dal (United) in Kushwevarsthan seat and leading in Tarapur seat in the assembly by-election, in Patna.
6:21 PM, 2 Nov
Rajasthan
Rajasthan bypolls: Congress wins Vallabhnagar, Dhariawad Assembly seats
The ruling Congress in Rajasthan on Tuesday won the bypolls to the Vallabhnagar and Dhariawad Assembly segments. The main opposition BJP not only lost the elections, its candidates stood third and fourth in the Dhariawad and Vallabhnagar segments, respectively. Before the bypolls, the Dhariawad seat was represented by the BJP and Vallabhnagar by the Congress. With the win, the tally of the Congress in the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly reached 108 against BJP’s 71 MLAs. In Pratapgarh's Dhariawad, Congress candidate Nagraj Meena won by a margin of 18,725 votes. Meena defeated his nearest rival and Independent candidate Thawarchand, according to the result declared by the Election Commission. Meanwhile, Preeti Shaktawat defeated Rashtriya Loktantrik Party's candidate Udailal Dangi in Vallabhnagar by a margin of 20,606 votes.
6:20 PM, 2 Nov
Assam
Bharatiya Janata Party is now a national party. It is no longer confined to 5-6 states. It is capable to win elections from any state: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati
6:08 PM, 2 Nov
Assam
We won all 5 seats with a huge margin. Today's electoral victory in Assam isn't an ordinary victory as in every seat we won by a margin higher than in general elections.People of North East have reposed their faith in leadership of PM Modi: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma on bypolls
5:52 PM, 2 Nov
Meghalaya
Meghalaya bypolls: Ruling NPP wins two assembly seats, UDP one
The NPP-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance got a shot in the arm, as it clinched all three assembly seats where bypolls were held on October 30, an official said. The National People’s Party wrested Rajabala and Mawryngkneng seats from the Congress, while the United Democratic Party, a partner in the MDA government, emerged victorious in Mawphlang, Chief Electoral Officer FR Kharkongor said. NPP's nominee in Rajabala, Md. Abdus Saleh, defeated his nearest Congress' rival Hashina Yasmin Mondal by a margin of 1,926 votes. Mondal, whose husband Azad Zaman’s demise led to the by-election, secured only 9,897 votes, while Saleh got 11,823. UDP's Ashahel D Shira secured the third position with 7,247 votes, the CEO said. Pyniaid Sing Syiem of the NPP bagged Mawryngkneng seat, defeating Congress' Highlander Kharmalki by a margin of 1,816 votes. Syiem garnered 14,177 votes, while Kharmalki secured 12,361, according to the Election Commission Website. Former national footballer Eugeneson Lyngdoh, who contested the bypoll to Mawphlang constituency on a UDP ticket, defeated his nearest rival KC Khyriem of the Congress. Eugeneson, who lost his MLA father SK Sunn due to Covid-19 earlier this year, secured 13,285 votes, while the Congress' candidate got 8,884. National People's Party nominee Lamphrang Blah came third.
5:31 PM, 2 Nov
Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur said he humbly accepts the verdict given by people in by-elections to one Lok Sabha seat & three Assembly constituencies. He said the results were not as per expectations. He said that BJP lost Mandi Parliamentary seat with a narrow margin:
5:24 PM, 2 Nov
Assam
Assam People's trust in BJP and our PM Modiji is for everyone to see. Five out of five and everywhere with a huge margin. Need we say more?: BJP Leader Khushbu Sundar
4:59 PM, 2 Nov
Haryana
INLD's Abhay Chautala wins Ellenabad Assembly seat
INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala defeated BJP's Gobind Kanda with a margin of over 6,700 votes in Haryana's Ellenabad Assembly bypolls on Tuesday. Congress candidate Pawan Beniwal finished third in the elections, the voting for which took place on October 30. The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) candidate secured nearly 66,000 votes, officials said.
4:47 PM, 2 Nov
Himachal Pradesh
Cong Workers Celebrate
Congress workers celebrate in Kangra as party candidates win all three Assembly seats that went to by-polls on October 30
4:33 PM, 2 Nov
Telangana
BJP workers celebrate in Hyderabad as former minister and BJP candidate Eatala Rajender leads in Huzurabad Assembly by-election.
4:23 PM, 2 Nov
Karnataka
Let us go by the wishes of the people of Karnataka...They are looking towards change: Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar on Congress winning Hangal Assembly seat
4:19 PM, 2 Nov
Bihar
JD(U) wins Kusheshwar Asthan Seat
JD(U) wins Kusheshwar Asthan assembly seat with a margin of 12,695 votes; RJD second, LJP third.
4:08 PM, 2 Nov
West Bengal
TMC wins all 4 seats in West Bengal by-polls Wins Dinhata with a margin of 1,64,089 votes, BJP 2nd Wins Santipur with a margin of 64,675 votes, BJP 2nd Wins Khardaha with a margin of 93,832 votes, BJP 2nd Wins Gosaba with a margin of 1,43,051 votes, BJP 2nd
3:58 PM, 2 Nov
Meghalaya
NPP wins 2 & UDP wins 1 Assembly seat in Meghalaya by-polls Mawphlang - UDP wins with a margin of 4401 votes, Congress 2nd, NPP 3rd Mawryngkneng - NPP wins with a margin of 1816 votes, Congress 2nd, Ind 3rd Rajabala -NPP wins with a margin of 1926 votes, Congress 2nd, UDP 3rd
3:55 PM, 2 Nov
Assam
Rupjyoti Kurmi from BJP won the Mariani assembly seat by defeating his nearest rival, Congress candidate Luhit Konwar, by a margin of 40,104 votes.
3:26 PM, 2 Nov
Karnataka
Congress candidate Srinivasa Mane wins Hangal seat by 7591 votes
3:25 PM, 2 Nov
Haryana
INLD's Abhay Chautala has won the Ellenabad bypolls by a margin of over 6,500 votes.
3:23 PM, 2 Nov
Himachal Pradesh
Congress wins all three Assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh that went to by-polls on October 30th.
3:23 PM, 2 Nov
Mizoram
Mizo National Front wins the lone Assembly seat in Mizoram that went to by-polls on October 30th.
2:57 PM, 2 Nov
West Bengal
TMC's Udayan Guha wins Dinhata by-poll by a record margin of 1,64,089, while the party's Sovandeb Chattopadhyay wins Khardah by a margin of 93,832 votes.
2:45 PM, 2 Nov
Nagaland
Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party wins in Shamator Chessore - the lone Assembly constituency that underwent by-polls in Nagaland.
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