News Desk, Tech for FTCP, New Delhi
Updated Wed, 11 Nov 2020 03:33 AM IST
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Modi covered 109 seats in 12 rallies while Rahul covered 49 seats. At the same time, Modi was heavy on Rahul in the trends. Among the 109 seats for which Modi rallied, NDA was ahead in 63 seats. Whereas in Rahul's 49 seats, the Grand Alliance gained only 14 seats.
His own party defeated Lalu's party
RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav's party defeated his sister Chandrika Rai. Chandrika Rai was contesting from JDU ticket from Parsa seat. He was defeated by RJD candidate Chhotalal Rai. Chandrika Rai defeated Chhotalal Rai in 2015, but Chandrika Rai fought RJD and Chhotalal LJP at that time.
BJP gains 14 out of 20 of Scindia's influence
The BJP has gained 14 out of the 20 seats under the influence of Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, who resigned from the Congress and joined the BJP. Scindia joined BJP with 22 MLAs. Of these, 19 belonged to the Scindia faction and were MLAs from the Congress. But it is clear from the results of the by-election that people have faith in Scindia, he can be in any party.
50 percent vote for BJP in Madhya Pradesh
In the Madhya Pradesh by-election, BJP has got 50 percent votes till counting 85 percent of the 44.57 lakh votes cast in 28 seats. Till 6:30 PM, till the completion of counting of 37.81 lakh votes, 19 lakh votes went to BJP's account. In the results of 16 seats, 13 BJP and 3 went to Congress.
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