Sambhal district has 4 assembly constituencies, Sambhal Chandausi and Gunnaur. In Sambhal district, at present, two seats were with the Samajwadi Party and two seats with the BJP. Whereas before 2017, BSP had occupied 1 seat and 3 seats in the district.
If we talk about the political history of the last two times in the assembly seats of Sambhal district, then in the year 2012, three out of four of the district went to the account of SP. While BSP had won on one. Chandausi assembly seat went to BSP’s account and Girish Chandra became MLA from Chandausi seat. With this, Samajwadi Party candidates won Gunnaur, Asmoli and Sambhal assembly seats. In the year 2012, Ramkhiladi Singh Yadav from Gunnaur assembly seat, Pinky Yadav from Asmoli assembly and Nawab Iqbal Mehmood from Sambhal seat had won.
In 2017 the SP was divided between the BJP, two 2-2 seats.
After the 2017 assembly results came out, two out of four assembly seats in Sambhal district had gone to the account of SP and BJP. In which Sambhal and Asmoli assembly seats were made by SP, while Gulabo Devi of BJP from Chandausi and Ajit Kumar Raju Yadav won from Gunnaur assembly seat.
This could be the result of this time
If we talk about the results of the 2022 assembly elections in 4 assembly seats of Sambhal district, then this time the view of 3 seats out of 4 seats in the district can change a bit. In which BJP’s Gulabo Devi can once again win from Chandausi assembly by a margin of less votes. Apart from this, there is a tough fight between SP and BJP candidate in Gunnaur seat. In such a situation, due to the anti-incumbency of the BJP candidate, BJP can lose this seat with a very small margin of votes and SP can win. Similarly, in the Asmoli assembly seat, there is a very tough fight between SP’s Pinky Yadav and BJP’s Harendra Singh Rinku. If BSP and AIMIM candidates take a good number of votes in this seat, then BJP’s Harendra Singh Rinku can get victory from this assembly seat.
Similarly, there is a tough fight between the SP and the BJP in the Sambhal assembly seat. It is believed that if BSP candidate took 55 thousand votes and AIMIM candidate 20 thousand votes in Sambhal seat, then this seat can slip from SP’s account this time. In Sambhal seat itself, SP or BJP candidates can win with very less votes. In which the victory of any of the two candidates can be between 80 to 90 thousand.