UP Election 2022: CM Yogi Adityanath, who won the Uttar Pradesh Assembly with a thumping majority, has not only broken the long-standing practice of forming the BJP government for the second time in UP, but has also set a big record in terms of vote-sharing. has done. In fact, Yogi Adityanath was contesting from Gorakhpur’s Sadar seat this time, where he had the highest vote share as compared to his other cabinet colleagues. According to the information received, Yogi has got 66.18 percent vote share from Sadar seat.
Talking about the number of votes, CM Yogi has left former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav far behind in terms of vote count. In this assembly election, CM Yogi got more than 17,000 votes in comparison to former CM Akhilesh Yadav. Let us inform that Akhilesh Yadav had contested from Karhal seat of Mainpuri, where he got 60.2 percent vote share.
Defense Minister’s son got 70.16 percent vote share
TOI in a report quoted the Election Commission as saying that except Yogi, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s son Pankaj Singh got 70.16 per cent votes from the Noida seat. After that BJP candidate Sunil Kumar Sharma got 67.03 percent i.e. 3.22 lakh vote share from Sahibabad seat. According to the Election Commission, the least number of people ie 47.03 percent voting was done in Sahibabad seat. At the same time, Amit Agarwal got the third highest vote share, that share was the candidate from Meerut Cantonment seat.
These candidates got a spectacular victory
Apart from these, BJP candidate from Agra North, Purushottam Khandelwal got 63.89 percent votes and from Barkheda candidate Jayadrath got 63.80 percent votes. On the other hand, Shivpal Singh Yadav, a former cabinet minister in SP and contesting from Jaswantnagar seat, got 62.97 percent votes. BJP candidate Tejpal Singh Nagar won 61.64% from Dadri seat, Ajit Pal Tyagi from Murdnagar 61.63%, Fertilizer Supply and Food Security Minister Atul Garg from Ghaziabad with 61.37 percent vote share.
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