PM Modi described BJP’s victory in Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha by-elections as historic


New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday termed the BJP’s victory in the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha bypolls as “historic”. He said that this victory is the result of the party being in power both at the Center and in Uttar Pradesh. He said that this victory reflects the widespread acceptance and support of the ‘double engine’ governments. In his tweet, Modi expressed his gratitude to the voters for giving victory to the BJP candidates including Chief Minister Manik Saha in the Tripura Assembly bypolls.

Praising the BJP workers of Uttar Pradesh, PM Modi said, “Our government will continue to fulfill the aspirations of the people. I appreciate the hard work of our workers.” He said, “Gratitude to all the people who voted for BJP in Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Delhi and Punjab. We will continue to work among the people and will continue to raise issues of public welfare.”

The party’s victory in Rampur and Azamgarh parliamentary seats, which are considered difficult for the BJP, is important because earlier, Samajwadi Party’s veteran leader Azam Khan from Rampur seat, while the party’s president Akhilesh Yadav was MP from Azamgarh seat. Both had resigned from these seats after winning the state assembly elections.

Results of by-elections in 3 Lok Sabha and 7 assembly seats

It is worth noting that today the results of Lok Sabha by-elections in three seats and assembly by-elections in seven seats came out in which BJP won both the Lok Sabha seats of UP. The special thing was that both these seats Rampur and Azamgarh are considered to be the stronghold of SP. On the other hand, the Sangrur Lok Sabha seat in Punjab has also gone out of the hands of the Aam Aadmi Party.

At the same time, BJP captured three of the four assembly seats in Tripura. Apart from this, Congress candidates won one seat in Jharkhand and YS Congress candidates won one seat in Andhra Pradesh. Aam Aadmi Party candidate Durgesh Pathak won from Rajendra Nagar seat in Delhi.

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