On the similar time, after the delay in counting of votes in Azamgarh, there was a dispute between the district administration and Yadav. Yadav was looking for permission to enter the robust room, the place EVM machines had been saved. On the similar time, BJP spokesperson S.N. Singh stated that that is an early pattern, BJP will win each the seats.
Within the voting held on Thursday, 46.84 % of the voters in Azamgarh seat and 41.01 % in Rampur seat had exercised their franchise. By-elections are being held on these two seats, which fell vacant because of the resignation of Azamgarh MP Akhilesh Yadav and Rampur MP Azam Khan. Within the final meeting elections, Akhilesh and Azam had resigned from the membership of the Lok Sabha resulting from being elected MLAs.
There are complete 18.38 lakh voters in Azamgarh seat and 17.06 lakh in Rampur seat. The destiny of 13 candidates, together with ladies candidates, contesting in Azamgarh and 6 candidates in Rampur will probably be determined at the moment.
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