Adampur in Haryana, Mokama and Gopalganj in Bihar, Andheri (East) in Maharashtra, Munugode in Telangana, Gola Gokarnath in Uttar Pradesh, and Dhamnagar in Odisha
In the Adampur assembly by-elections, the BJP candidate Bhavya Bishnoi won by a significant margin of 16,606 votes.
Vote counting is underway in by-elections to seven assembly seats in six states, with the BJP now leading by three seats, while the RJD is poised to win Mokama's seat in Bihar.
Most of the seats saw a tough fight between the BJP and regional parties like the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Samajwadi Party (SP), and Biju Janata
Of the seven seats where secondary votes were held, the BJP had three, the Congress had two, while the Shiv Sena and RJD had one seat each.
The Adampur by-election had to take place after former MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi resigned from the assembly in August to leave Congress and switch to the BJP.
When the 16th round of counting ended in Andheri (East), the total number of votes polled by Uddhav Thackeray's Rutuja Latke of Sean reached 58,875. The note has received 11,569 so
On Sunday, Bhajan Lal's grandson Bhavya Bishnoi won the Adampur constituency by a significant margin of 16,606 votes.
When the 14th round of counting votes in Andheri (East) ended, the total number of votes polled by Rutuja Latke of Sean under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray reached 52,507.
Munugode: TRS leading by 1500 vote In Munugode, the ruling TRS leads by over 1500 votes after six rounds.
On Sunday, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) retained Bihar's Mokama assembly seat in the required secondary vote due to the disqualification of its MLA, Anant Kumar Singh.
As the counting of votes for the Dhamnagar bypoll is progressing, BJP's Suryavanshi Suraj is leading in the assembly seat with a total of 22,495 votes.