By-Election 2023 Updates | Know here who is ahead in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Jharkhand by-elections? Where are the preparations for the celebration going on?
New Delhi: The counting of votes for the by-elections to the Legislative Assemblies of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Jharkhand is underway. Who is ahead in these states and whose party is celebrating? After a while from now, it will be decided whose flag will be hoisted in the assembly by-elections in these states. On the other hand, the counting of votes for the assembly elections is going on in Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland.
West Bengal: Party workers celebrate Congress’ lead in the Sagardighi bypoll in Murshidabad, here. As per the trends so far, Congress candidate Byron Biswas is ahead of his rivals. Biswas has the support of the Left parties. He is ahead of Trinamool Congress (TMC) candidate Debasish Banerjee.
Tamil Nadu: Similar is the situation in Tamil Nadu as well, here too the Congress is ahead. DMK backed Congress candidate EVKS Elangovan is leading in Tamil Nadu. There is an atmosphere of celebration here in the party office. Former Union Minister and Congress candidate EVKS Elangovan is ahead. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) candidate KS Thennasaru is at the second position, according to the data available on the website of the Election Commission.
Maharashtra: In Maharashtra, Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) workers celebrate in Pune as official Election Commission trends show Congress candidate Dhangekar Ravindra Hemraj leading in the Kasba Peth assembly bypoll. On the other hand, BJP candidates are leading in Chinchwad. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Ashwini Jagtap has taken lead in Chinchwad seat.
Jharkhand: AJSU candidate Sunita Chowdhary is leading from Ramgarh assembly seat in the initial trends in Jharkhand elections. All Jharkhand Students’ Union (AJSU) party candidate Sunita Chowdhary is leading over her nearest Congress rival Bajrang Mahto after the first round of counting for the Ramgarh assembly seat in Jharkhand on Thursday.