Uttar Pradesh Election Results 2022, UP Election 2022: Uttar Pradesh on Thursday gave a thumbs to the “double-engine” BJP government led by Yogi Adityanath who will return as the chief minister for a second straight term — first time in the the last 37 years. Trends available so far show that the BJP is leading on 268 seats while the SP-RLD alliance was a distant second, leading on 128 seats. On the other hand, the BSP and the Congress struggled to touch double-digit mark. These elections are seen a litmus test for the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government which is battling anti-incumbency factor along with a reinvigorated Samajwadi Party, which has joined hands with the Rashtriya Lok Dal.
The exit polls have predicted a clear victory for the Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government with one of them projecting a repeat of the BJP’s 2017 performance when it won a whopping over 300 seats in the 403-member Assembly. While these polls are seen as a direct contest between the BJP and the Samajwadi Party, they will also decide the fate of the Congress and Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party, which are on the verge of facing existential crisis in the state.
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BJP's Mriganka Singh trails Samajwadi Party candidate Nahid Hasan by over 4,400 votes.
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Yogi Adityanath leading from Gorakhpur by over 54,858 votes against Samajwadi Party's Subhawati Shukla
Akhilesh Yadav leading from Karhal against BJP's SP Singh Baghel by 50,586 votes
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Yogi Adityanath – Gorakhpur – Leading
Akhilesh Yadav – Karhal – Leading
Mriganka Singh – Kairana – Leading
Swami Prasad Maurya – Fazilnagar – Trailing
Azam Khan – Rampur – Leading
Abdullah Azam Khan – Suar – Leading
While votes are still being counted, the Election Commission continues to announce the names of winning candidates from each of the 403 constituencies. Check full list of winning candidates for Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2022: Read More
Trends at 12:25 pm
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav is leading from Karhal against SP Singh Baghel.
Mriganka Singh is now leading against Nahid Hasan in Kairana
Both Azam Khan and his son Abdullah Azam Khan are leading from Rampur and Suar constituencies respectively.
Abdaullah Azam Khan is leading from Suar constituency. Read More
BJP extends lead against Samajawadi Party. Trends so far:
Trends available so far:
Samajwadi Party: 46
BSP – 05
Congress – 04
Trends so far:
Samajwadi Party: 38
Trends so far:
EVM votes are being counted now and the trends will be trickling down faster.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is leading in early trends from Gorakhpur. Read More
SP : 33
Swami Prasad Maurya leading in Fazil Nagar
Keshav Prasad Maurya leading in Sirathu
Initial trends show Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath leading in Gorakhpur (Urban).
BJP+ – 33
SP+ – 18
Congress – 01
BSP – 03
BJP's Pankaj Singh leading in Noida
BJP's Aditi Singh leading in Rae Bareli
Apna Dal's Krishna Patel trailing in Pratapgarh
Apna Dal candidate Krishna Patel trailing in Pratapgarh
Early trends now suggest a neck-and-neck contest in Uttar Pradesh with both the BJP and Samajwadi Party leading in 18 seats each. BSP leading on two seats.
Early Trends show BJP leading in 14 seats and the SP leading in seven seats. The BSP is leading on two seats while Congress is yet to open its account.
BJP – 9
Samajwadi Party – 2
BSP – 00
Congress – 00
BJP – 05
Samajwadi Party – 01
BSP – 00
Congress – 00
Ajay Pratap Singh of BJP is leading from Moradabad.
Early trends suggest BJP leading in four seats including Bijnor and Shikohabad. The Samajwadi Party is leading on one seat.
The first trends from Uttar Pradesh have started trickling in, and the BJP is leading in Shikohabad.
Counting of votes for 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh has begun. It will be interesting to see whether the Samajwadi Party is able to defy to the exit polls and overturn the BJP government in the politically crucial state.
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The Karhal seat, which falls in the Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh, grabbed the spotlight of the Assembly polls as it witnessed a high-voltage contest between Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav and BJP’s Union Minister SP Singh Baghel. The seat, which polled in the third phase of the Assembly elections, saw a record voter turnout of over 62 per cent – second highest for the seat since 1951. Here the counting will begin at 8 am and the initial trends are expected to trickle down in the first hour itself. Read More
The poll outcome of the seat will decide the fate of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who is contesting his first Assembly election. Adityanath faces a direct challenge from Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad in his home turf. The incumbent chief minister is the second leader to contest from the district as a CM after Tribhuvan Narayan Singh, who lost in 1971. Read More