1. Bypolls 2022: Voting concludes - 43.75 per cent turnout in Delhi's Rajinder Nagar  Times Now
  2. Bypolls To 3 Lok Sabha, 7 Assembly Seats Today: 5 Updates  NDTV
  3. Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll: Low turnout sets tongues wagging in Punjab  The Indian Express
  4. 37.01 per cent voter turnout in Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll  The Tribune India
  5. Raghav Chadha, Tripura CM cast vote amid crucial bypolls in 6 states | In pics  Hindustan Times
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Bypolls to three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats are taking place across six states today. The results of these votes will be announced on Sunday (June 26).Bypolls to three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats are taking place across six states today. The results of these votes will be announced on Sunday (June 26).

Bypolls To 3 Lok Sabha, 7 Assembly Seats Today: 5 Updates

Voting began on Thursday morning for the bypoll to three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats across six states . The three Lok Sabha seats are Azamgarh and Rampur in Uttar Pradesh and Sangrur in Punjab. Assembly bypolls are being held in Rajinder Nagar in Delhi, Mandar in Jharkhand, Atmakur in Andhra Pradesh, and Agartala, Town Bordowali, Surma and Jubarajnagar in Tripura.Voting began on Thursday morning for the bypoll to three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats across six states . The three Lok Sabha seats are Azamgarh and Rampur in Uttar Pradesh and Sangrur in Punjab. Assembly bypolls are being held in Rajinder Nagar in Delhi, Mandar in Jharkhand, Atmakur in Andhra Pradesh, and Agartala, Town Bordowali, Surma and Jubarajnagar in Tripura.

Bypolls 2022 LIVE Updates: 12.75% voter turnout recorded in Sangrur,18.81% in Rampur and 19.84% in Azamgarh till 11am

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It said the letter of the returning officer and subsequent request by the chief secretary at 4:05 pm amount to "attempt of unduly interfering in the election process and influence certain class of voters by conveying them to expedite voting or wait for time extension"It said the letter of the returning officer and subsequent request by the chief secretary at 4:05 pm amount to "attempt of unduly interfering in the election process and influence certain class of voters by conveying them to expedite voting or wait for time extension"

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Amid a poor turnout of 45.3%, worst since 1991, the polling for the Sangrur Lok Sabha byelection went off peacefully on ThursdayAmid a poor turnout of 45.3%, worst since 1991, the polling for the Sangrur Lok Sabha byelection went off peacefully on Thursday

Lok Sabha bypoll: Sangrur records 45% turnout, worst since 1991 - Hindustan Times

Bypolls in Punjab, Jharkhand, Tripura and Delhi begin

Bypolls in Punjab, Jharkhand, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh and Delhi begin

The Sangrur bypoll recorded a 37 per cent voter turnout on Thursday. It was a cause of concern for the Punjab CM, who also requested the Election Commission to extend the polling time.The Sangrur bypoll recorded a 37 per cent voter turnout on Thursday. It was a cause of concern for the Punjab CM, who also requested the Election Commission to extend the polling time.

At 37%, Sangrur bypoll records low voter turnout - India News

In a strongly worded letter to the Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab, the panel said a letter sent by the returning officer and a subsequent request by the chief secretary “at 4.05 pm” amounted to an attempt to “unduly interfere in the election process and influence a certain class of voters.”In a strongly worded letter to the Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab, the panel said a letter sent by the returning officer and a subsequent request by the chief secretary “at 4.05 pm” amounted to an attempt to “unduly interfere in the election process and influence a certain class of voters.”

Explain why extension of polling time was sought: EC to Sangrur DC, chief secretary | Cities News,The Indian Express

The Thursday bye-elections for three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats in five states and one Union Territory is a popularity test for the ruling parties. For the Bharatiya Janata Party, four Assembly seats in Tripura and two Lok Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh are crucial markers. For the Aam Aadmi Party, it is the Lok Sabha and Assembly seats in Delhi and Punjab.The Thursday bye-elections for three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats in five states and one Union Territory is a popularity test for the ruling parties. For the Bharatiya Janata Party, four

Bypolls matter of ‘prestige’ for ruling parties in Punjab, Delhi, Tripura | Deccan Herald

By-Polls 2022: The three Lok Sabha seats going to polls are Azamgarh and Rampur in Uttar Pradesh, and Sangrur in Punjab. The seven assembly seats are Rajinder Nagar in Delhi, Mandar in Jharkhand, Atmakur in Andhra Pradesh and Agartala, Town Bordowali, Surma and Jabarajnagar in Tripura.By Polls 2022 The three Lok Sabha seats going to polls are Azamgarh and Rampur in Uttar Pradesh and Sangrur in Punjab The seven assembly seats are Rajinder Nagar in Delhi Mandar in Jharkhand Atmakur in Andhra Pradesh and Agartala Town Bordowali Surma and Jabarajnagar in Tripura

By-Polls 2022: Voting Underway For 3 LS Seats In UP, Punjab; 7 Assembly Seats In 4 States

All political parties gave the last push on Wednesday to woo voters for the Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll. Leaders of various political parities sent messages and met their supporters in small groups to mobilise more and more support.All political parties gave the last push on Wednesday to woo voters for the Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll. Leaders of various political parities sent messages and met their supporters in small groups to mobilise more and more support.

Sangrur LS byelection: Candidates keep fingers crossed : The Tribune India

Chandigarh, Jun 23 (PTI) Voting began Thursday morning for the bypoll to the Punjab’s Sangrur Lok Sabha seat, where the ruling AAP is facing its first test of popularity after its impressive performance in the assembly elections. Amid tight security, the polling began at 8 am and will continue till 6 pm, officials said, adding […]

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The Sangrur Lok Sabha seat fell vacant after Bhagwant Mann contested the February 20 Assembly polls from Dhuri and won.The Sangrur Lok Sabha seat fell vacant after Bhagwant Mann contested the February 20 Assembly polls from Dhuri and won.

Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll: CM Bhagwant Mann faces first major poll battle after winning Punjab

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The Sangrur deputy commissioner-cum-returning officer and the state chief secretary also sought extension of polling time from the election panel.The Sangrur deputy commissioner-cum-returning officer and the state chief secretary also sought extension of polling time from the election panel.

Voting low in Punjab for Sangrur bypoll, Tripura sees 76.6 per cent polling for four assembly seats- The New Indian Express

The 15.66 lakh voters of Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency that covers nine assembly segments and three districts are ready for Thursday’s byelection to The 15.66 lakh voters of Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency that covers nine assembly segments and three districts are ready for Thursday’s byelection to

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The protests in Punjab can be seen as an effort to make the government of Punjab accountable.The protests in Punjab can be seen as an effort to make the government of Punjab accountable.

Ahead of Sangrur Bypoll, Dalit Agricultural Labourers Assert Their Demands

Over 35 lakh people will vote on Thursday to decide the fate of 19 candidates in the bypolls to the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha seats, considered as the bastions of the Samajwadi Party. According to officials, 13 candidates are in the fray from Azamgarh, where 18.38 lakh people are eligible to vote. Six candidates are contesting from Rampur, which has 17.06 lakh voters.Over 35 lakh people will vote on Thursday to decide the fate of 19 candidates in the bypolls to the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha seats, considered as the bastions of the Samajwadi Party. According to officials, 13 candidates are in the fray from Azamgarh, where 18.38 lakh people are eligible to vote. Six candidates are contesting from Rampur, which has 17.06 lakh voters.

Bypolls Live Updates: All Eyes On Azamgarh, Rampur, Sangrur Lok Sabha Seats As Voting Is Underway

Though it is a five-cornered contest, workers of the Opposition Congress and SAD (Badal) could not be seen around polling booths at many places in Dhuri, Sunam and Dirba.Though it is a five-cornered contest, workers of the Opposition Congress and SAD (Badal) could not be seen around polling booths at many places in Dhuri, Sunam and Dirba.

Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll: Low turnout sets tongues wagging in Punjab | India News,The Indian Express

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The results of these votes will be announced on 26 JuneThe results of these votes will be announced on 26 June

Bypoll elections: Voting at 3 Lok Sabha, 7 assembly seats today: Latest Updates | Mint

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In Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, the turnout was below 45 per cent while it was 56 per cent in Jharkhand and 67 per cent in Andhra Pradesh.In Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, the turnout was below 45 per cent while it was 56 per cent in Jharkhand and 67 per cent in Andhra Pradesh.

Bypolls: Voting lowest in Punjab, Tripura records 76.6% polling - BusinessToday

Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha is among the candidatesTripura Chief Minister Manik Saha is among the candidates

Bypolls across six states, with some crucial battles: All you need to know - The Week

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Bypolls to 3 Lok Sabha seats (in UP & Punjab) and 7 Assembly seats (in Tripura, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh & Delhi) are being held today.Bypolls to 3 Lok Sabha seats (in UP & Punjab) and 7 Assembly seats (in Tripura, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh & Delhi) are being held today.

Lok Sabha Bypolls: 22.21% voter turnout in Sangrur, 26.39% in Rampur & 29.48% in Azamgarh

The polls come at a time when the AAP is facing opposition heat over the law and order issue and the killing of singer Sidhu Moosewala.The polls come at a time when the AAP is facing opposition heat over the law and order issue and the killing of singer Sidhu Moosewala.

Sangrur Lok Sabha bypoll: 15 lakh voters to decide fate of Punjab’s Sangrur today | Cities News,The Indian Express

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The latest Tweet by IANS India states, 'Just over 36 per cent of the electorate cast their vote till 5 p.m. -- an hour before the closing time, in the by-poll of #Punjab's Sangrur parliamentary constituency where the turnout was 72.40 per cent in 2019. Photos: @TheCEOPunjab' 📰 Just over 36 Per Cent of the Electorate Cast Their Vote Till 5 P.m. -- an Hour Before the ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India.The latest Tweet by IANS India states, 'Just over 36 per cent of the electorate cast their vote till 5 p.m. -- an hour before the closing time, in the by-poll of #Punjab's Sangrur parliamentary constituency where the turnout was 72.40 per cent in 2019. Photos: @TheCEOPunjab' 📰 Just over 36 Per Cent of the Electorate Cast Their Vote Till 5 P.m. -- an Hour Before the ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India.

Just over 36 Per Cent of the Electorate Cast Their Vote Till 5 P.m. -- an Hour Before the ... - Latest Tweet by IANS India | 📰 LatestLY

As the campaigning for the June 23 Sangrur Lok Sabha seat bypoll enters its final phase, the Agnipath issue has emerged as a burning issue in the constituency. This bypoll was necessitated after the incumbent MP and top AAP leader, Bhagwant Mann, took over as the Punjab Chief Minister in March.As the campaigning for the June 23 Sangrur Lok Sabha seat bypoll enters its final phase, the Agnipath issue has emerged as a burning issue in the constituency. This bypoll was necessitated after the incumbent MP and top AAP leader, Bhagwant Mann, took over as the Punjab Chief Minister in March.

Agnipath shadow looms over bypolls: From Sangrur to Azamgarh to Rampur | Political Pulse News,The Indian Express