Assembly by-elections were also held in three constituencies in Rajasthan, two in Karnataka and one each in Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Mizoram, Telangana, and Uttarakhand.
In Gujarat, ruling BJP is leading in Morva Hadaf ST assembly seat in Panchmahal district where by-elections was held last month. AIR Ahmedabad correspondent reports that BJP candidate Nimishaben Suthar is leading against her nearest Congress rival Sureshbhai Katara by more than 17307 votes.
In Jharkhand, BJP candidate Gagna Naryan Singh is leading from Madhupur seat by 331 votes.
In Basavakalyan seat of Karnataka, Sharanu Salagar of BJP is leading by 9299 votes, while in Maski assembly seat, Basanagouda Turuvihal of Congress is leading by 24,027 votes.
In Madhya Pradesh, Congress candidate Ajay kumar Tandon is leading by 11380 votes against BJP candidate and sitting MLA Rahul Singh Lodhi.
In Pandharpur constituency of Maharashtra, BJP Candidate Autade Samadhan Mahadev is leading by 1214 votes.
In Mizoram, Opposition party Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) Candidate Lalduhoma is leading by 2950 votes.
In Rajasthan, the ruling Congress is leading on Two seats while the BJP candidate is leading on one seat. BJP candidate Deepti Kiran Maheshwari is leading by 5310 votes from Rajsamand seat. While Congress candidates Gayatri Devi leading from Sahara seat by 40124 votes and Manoj Kumar leading from Sujangarh assembly constituency by 23515 votes.
In Telangana, the TRS candidate N. Bhagath is leading by over 16,730 votes majority over his immediate Congress candidate Janareddy in Nagarjunasagar Assembly constituency by-poll.
In Uttarakhand, BJP is leading from Salt assembly seat by 1,759 votes over his nearest Congress rival