Uttar Pradesh Election Results 2022: Counting of votes is going on for the formation of the 18th Legislative Assembly in Uttar Pradesh. After today’s results, it will be clear whether the ruling BJP in the state creates a record by forming its government for the second consecutive time or the SP returns to power after five years. However, in the initial trends, the BJP has secured a majority. At 9:44 am, BJP crossed the 202 mark for the majority.
At the same time, the figure of Samajwadi Party also crossed 100. Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress Party are lagging far behind. In UP, the figures of both these parties are in single digits. The politics of both the parties seems to be in danger.
Whose vote percentage in UP
This time also BJP is at the fore in terms of vote percentage. According to the website of the Election Commission, the vote share of BJP was 41.2 per cent till 9.30 pm. After this, the Samajwadi Party was second with 29.7 percent vote percentage. At the same time, only 14.4 percent vote percentage has come in BSP’s account so far.
Let us tell you, 4442 candidates contested in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022. Of these, 560 are women. For the counting of votes for the Legislative Assembly General Election-2022, one observer each is posted in all 403 Vidhan Sabhas. A total of 84 centers have been set up in all the districts of the state for counting of votes. Of these, five counting centers have been set up in Agra, two each in Amethi, Ambedkar Nagar, Deoria, Meerut and Azamgarh and one each in the rest of the districts. Sanitizers, masks, gloves and thermal scanners have been arranged at the counting site to follow the Kovid-19 protocol.
In the 2017 assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, out of 403 seats, Bharatiya Janata Party got 312, Samajwadi Party 47, Bahujan Samaj Party 19, Apna Dal (S) nine, Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party four, Independents three and Nishad Party. And the Rashtriya Lok Dal got one seat each. In the exit polls of 2022, once again the BJP government has been claimed in Uttar Pradesh. However, the possibility of increasing the number of SP seats in them has also been expressed. Apart from this, it has been estimated that the BSP will be reduced to double digits and the Congress will get less than 10 seats.