UP bypolls

UP bypolls News

Post bye-polls, Uttar Pradesh BJP effects minor reshuffle in organisational posts

BJP had suffered a stunning electoral upset on May 31, with the joint opposition candidates posting victories in the bye-polls for Kairana Lok Sabha and Noorpur assembly constituencies.

Uttar Pradesh bypoll outcome leaves BJP down, but not out

Party leaders also claimed that the voting percentage in the Lok Sabha and UP assembly elections will increase and it will definitely give the saffron party a reason to smile.

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What Kairana means

What looks like an ideological battle from afar, BJP vs Rest, is an accumulation of local factors on the ground.

Road from Kairana

Bypoll results are sobering for BJP. For Opposition, they underline the importance of joining forces, but larger battles loom

Lok Sabha bypoll results 2018 date and time

Lok Sabha Bypoll Results 2018, Lok Sabha Bye-Election Results 2018 Date and Time: Voting was held on May 28 for bye-elections to four Lok Sabha seats - Kairana, Bhandara-Gondiya, Nagaland and Palghar.

Bypolls to four Lok Sabha and 10 Assembly constituencies today as BJP faces united opposition

In the past four years, BJP has a poor track record in bye-elections and has lost six Lok Sabha seats, including in Yogi Adityanath's bastion Gorakhpur.

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Kairana bypoll: Lok Dal candidate pulls out, offers support to united Opposition candidate

Kairana bypoll: Lok Dal's Kanwar Hasan also announced his support for the RLD nominee Tabassum Hasan who is being backed by the Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Congress and Nishad Party.

UP bypolls: No Congress nominees, no directive on who to back

The Kairana bypoll is crucial for all the parties. After losing two Lok Sabha seats to SP in the previous by-polls, the ruling BJP is in no mood to take chances.

An unlikely rainbow

SP-BSP win in UP by-polls featured Dalits, OBCs, Muslims, disillusioned BJP voters

UP bypoll results not referendum on Yogi govt: Shah

Amit Shah said there could be many reasons for the BJP's defeat in the bypolls. The voting percentage was low and at the same time, the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) came together, he said.

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