Shinde lost by an edge of over 1.55 lakh votes to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate and Lingayat Seer Jai Sidheshwar Shivacharya. Pune For 77-year-old Congress pioneer and previous boss priest Sushilkumar Shinde, the second back to back thrashing has thrown shadow on his long political vocation.
In seventeenth Lok Sabha surveys, the votes in favor of which were depended on Thursday, Shinde lost by an edge of over 1.55 lakh votes to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chosen one and Lingayat Seer Jai Sidheshwar Shivacharya.
While Shinde surveyed in 3,62,329 votes, the triumphant competitor got 5,16,892 votes. Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi pioneer Prakash Ambedkar who was likewise in the quarrel gotten 1,68,076 votes, generally eating into the Dalit and Muslim vote bank, customarily behind the Congress.
Taking in exercises from the 2014 annihilation and understanding that challenges are complex, Shinde amid the crusade attempted to achieve each voter however his endeavors didn’t satisfy.
By handling Shivacharya, who originates from Jangam position among Lingayat people group, the BJP set up a considerable test against Shinde. The 63-year old profound pioneer runs two network mutts – one at Gaudgaon in Akkalkot and another at Kelshi – where Lingayats visit in enormous number.
What attempted to further Shivacharya’s potential benefit amid the surveys was dynamic interest of two in number BJP pioneers – region gatekeeper serve Vijay Deshmukh and Subhash Deshmukh, serve for cooperatives. The two Deshmukhs, BJP pioneers got him Maratha cast a ballot alongside Lingayats.
Shivacharya alongside Ambedkar’s entrance into survey conflict had turned the challenge forcefully captivated on standing lines in the midst of formative issues taking rearward sitting arrangement.
“The whole race was battled on standing lines as opposed to main problems,” said Avinash Kulkarni, nearby writer and political eyewitness.
Shivacharya, a doctorate in logic from Banaras Hindu University, had prior said he battled races on issues concerning individuals.
Lok Sabha race results 2019 | ‘Exceptionally baffling, we ought to have won’: Sheila Dikshit. BJP hopefuls were driving over their adversaries on all the seven seats in Delhi by edges going from 1-5 lakh votes. Last outcomes are normal later today around evening time. Congress boss Sheila Dikshit Thursday surrendered her gathering’s annihilation in Lok Sabha surveys in the national capital, naming the misfortune “exceptionally baffling”, and praised the BJP for its awesome exhibition.
BJP hopefuls were driving over their adversaries on all the seven seats in Delhi by edges extending from 1-5 lakh votes. Last outcomes are normal later today around evening time.
“It is extremely disillusioning, we ought to have won,” she told PTI.
Dikshit, herself’s identity trailing by over 3.63 lakh cast a ballot against her opponent and Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari in North East Delhi body electorate, communicated fulfillment that the Congress pushed the Aam Aadmi Party to the third spot on generally situates.
She said Delhi Congress pioneers will meet in coming days and examine steps required in perspective on the her gathering’s troubling exhibition in the decision.
Congress, which trailed behind AAP in Delhi in races since 2014, took comfort in the way that its applicants on four seats figured out how to compel Arvind Kejriwal-drove gathering to the third spot in this survey.
“That is a generally excellent thing, we welcome it,” she said.
Congress applicants on four seats — North East Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi and West Delhi — were trailing behind BJP. Nonetheless, AAP applicants on South Delhi and West Delhi were the closest adversaries of BJP competitors.
PM Narendra Modi holds Varanasi situate with 4.8 lakh edge. Executive Narendra Modi Thursday won the Varanasi Lok Sabha situate crushing his closest adversary Shalini Yadav of Samajwadi Party by an edge of almost 4.80 lakh cast a ballot. Executive Narendra Modi Thursday won the Varanasi Lok Sabha situate vanquishing his closest opponent Shalini Yadav of Samajwadi Party by an edge of almost 4.80 lakh cast a ballot.
Modi won the Varanasi situate by 4,79,505 votes, an Election Commission update on survey results said here.
In the 2014 general decisions, Modi had won by an edge of 3,71,784 votes against his closest adversary, Aam Admi party supremo Arvind Kejriwal.
While Prime Minister Modi got 6,74,664 votes, Shalini Yadav got 1,95,159 votes. Congress hopeful Ajay Rai verified third position, surveying 1,52,548 votes.
PM Modi’s votes share remained at 63.62 percent against Yadav’s 18.4 percent and Rai’s 14.38 percent.
There were 26 competitors in the fight from Varanasi, however an aggregate of 4,037 voters voted in favor of none and squeezed the NOTA (non of the abovementioned) catch on EVM.