Updated: Tue, 02 Nov 2021 06:59 PM IST
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: in what is being seen as a bittersweet result for the ruling BJP in Karnataka, the saffron party has won the Sindgi assembly segment, while it is trailing behind the Congress in Hangal. The Election Commission of India has declared results for Sindgi, while it is yet to be officially declared for Hangal. Both assembly segments had gone for by-polls on October 30.
According to results announced by the Election Commission of India, Ramesh Bhusanur of BJP has won in the Sindgi seat by a margin of 31,185 votes, by securing 93,865 votes, while his closest rival Congress' Ashok Managuli has secured 62,680 votes. In Hangal, Congress' Srinivas Mane is leading by a margin of 7,272 votes, securing 83,514 votes so far, while his closest rival Shivaraj Sajjanar of BJP has secured 76,242 votes. JD(S)' Naziya Shakeel Ahmed Angadi from Sindgi and Niyaz Shaikh from Hangal are in a distant third position by securing 4,353 and 870 votes respectively.
Here are the LIVE Updates from Maharashtra and Karnataka By-Poll Results 2021:
- Final #UPDATE | BJP and Congress win one seat each in Karnataka by-polls. Congress wins Hangal with a margin of 7373 votes, BJP second, JD(S) third. BJP wins Sindgi with a margin of 31,185 votes; Congress second, JD(S) third.
- Congress candidate Jitesh Raosaheb Antapurkar is leading by 21,082 votes against his nearest BJP rival Subhash Pirajirao Sabne in Deglur (SC) Assembly seat as per the trends of counting of votes for the bypoll
- The BJP has won the Sindgi assembly segment, while it is trailing behind the Congress in Hangal. The Election Commission of India has declared results for Sindgi, while it is yet to be officially declared for Hangal.
- Congress candidate Jitesh Raosaheb Antapurkar was leading over BJP's Subhash Pirajirao Sabne by 1624 votes after the first round of counting of votes in Maharashtra's Deglur (SC) Assembly bypoll, an official said on Tuesday.
- In Maharashtra’s Deglur, Congress is leading against BJP with a margin of 1,624 votes.
Congress’ Jitesh Antapurkar- 4,216 BJP’s Subhash Sabne – 2,592
- Both BJP and Congress are leading on one each in Karnataka.
- In Sindgi, BJP is leading by 3,001 votes. Congress has got 2,054, while the BJP has received 5,255 votes. The counting is underway in the Sindagi seat.
- Congress leading from Hangal assembly constituency after the second round. BJP- 8897, Congress- 9025, JDS - 75 after the second round of counting.