Ayodhya4 minutes agoWriter: Saurabh Shukla
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There are 32 candidates in the five assemblies of Ayodhya who could not save their deposits. This includes BSP candidate Ram Sagar from Gosaiganj and Sunil Pathak in Bikapur. If the politicians are to be believed, forfeiture of bail in politics means a discount on one’s own credibility. Those who could not save the bail include the candidates of many major parties including Congress, BSP and Aam Aadmi Party.
Improvement in the condition of SP, loss to other parties
The situation which has come to the fore after the release of the election results of Ayodhya’s Rudauli, Milkipur, Bikapur, Ayodhya and Gosaiganj Vidhan Sabha. It is clear from this that SP has performed better this time as compared to the last elections. However, this election has become a matter of further concern for BSP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party. Because such poor performance of their candidates was beyond the imagination of the office bearers of the parties.
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Congress and Aam Aadmi Party candidates could not save bail
The worst performance in the five Legislative Assemblies has been the candidates of Congress and Aam Aadmi Party. Their candidates could not save their deposits in the five legislative assemblies. According to the rules of the Election Commission, these candidates failed to get even 16 percent of the total votes cast.
Out of 46, 32 candidates could not save the bail-
In all the five assemblies of the district, 46 candidates were in the fray. In these elections, about 12 lakh voters of the five assemblies had cast their votes. After the election results were declared on March 10, it was found that the voters had forfeited the deposits of 32 candidates.
Seized the security of six candidates in Gosaiganj
The contest in Gosaiganj was between BJP and SP. SP’s Abhay Singh won by securing 01 lakh 5 thousand 863 votes. BJP candidate Aarti Tiwari was the runner up. He got 92 thousand 784 votes. While Ram Sagar of BSP got 37 thousand 271 votes, yet he could not save his deposit. In Gosaiganj, the security of six candidates has been forfeited. AAP’s candidate Harsh Vardhan got only 889 votes.
In Rudauli, the security of seven candidates including Congress, AAP forfeited
In the Rudauli assembly, 11 candidates were in the fray. There was a triangular contest here. Ramchandra Yadav from BJP got BJP victory for the third time. He got 94 thousand 31 votes. While Anand Sen Yadav got 53 thousand 415 votes from SP and Abbas Ali Zaidi of BSP got 52181 votes. Both the candidates were runner up. Apart from this, all the remaining seven candidates could not save their deposits. Congress and AAP are also involved in this.
Discount on the credibility of nine candidates in Bikapur
There were 11 candidates contesting from Bikapur Vidhan Sabha. There was a direct fight with Amit Singh of BJP and Feroz Khan Gabbar of SP. Amit Singh won the election by securing 01 Lakh 7 Thousand 268 votes, while Gabbar got 01 Lakh 1 Thousand 708 votes only. Barring both, the remaining nine candidates could not save their deposits. In this, Sunil Pathak from BSP to Congress candidate Akhilesh Yadav also proved unsuccessful in saving his credibility. Five candidates could not even cross the thousand mark.
The bail of eight candidates was confiscated in Ayodhya
Once again the BJP got a historic victory in the Ayodhya Legislative Assembly. BJP candidate Ved Prakash Gupta won by securing 01 Lakh 13 Thousand 414 votes, while SP candidate Tej Narayan alias Pawan Pandey got only 93 Thousand 424 votes. Eight candidates including Congress, BSP, AAP had to lose their credibility here. Six candidates could not even cross the thousand mark.
Five candidates lost credibility in Milkipur
In the Milkipur Legislative Assembly, there was a close fight between the SP and the BJP. SP candidate and former minister Awadhesh Prasad won by securing 01 lakh 03 thousand 905 votes. BJP’s Baba Gorakhnath, who was the runner up, got 90 Thousand 567 votes. Apart from these, five candidates who were in the electoral fray here could not get votes according to the guidelines of Election Ayodhya. All the five candidates had to forfeit their deposits.