Latest by-election results from different state assemblies

In by-elections to different state assemblies, these are the results so far.

The big highlights:
 
Pro-Telenagana TRS, which is K Chandrasekhar Rao's party,  does very well in Andhra Pradesh (six of the seven assembly seats that voted are in the Telangana region).  Congress punished by voters for centre's refusal to sanction a separate Telangana state
 
In Gujarat, BJP loses Mansa assembly seat to Congress, worrying for the BJP since state elections are just months away.
 
In Karnataka, BJP lost the Udipi Chikmanglur Lok Sabha by-election seat which was former constituency of Chief Minister Sadananda Gowda. The BJP's tallest leader BS Yeddyurappa was not allowed to campaign here by his party because it was worried the corruption charges against him would turn voters against the party.

State ConstituencyWinnner Party
KarnatakaUdupi ChikmagalurJai Prakash  HegdeCong
Andhra PradeshMahabubnagarY. Srinivas   ReddyBJP
Andhra PradeshGhanpur (Station)T.RajayaTRS
Andhra PradeshKollapurJ. Krishna RaoTRS
Andhra PradeshAdilabadJ. Ramna TRS
Andhra PradeshKamareddyG. GoverdhanTRS
Andhra PradeshNagarkurnoolN Janardhan Reddy Independent
Andhra PradeshKovurN Prasanna Kumar Reddy YSR Congress
GujaratMansaThakur Babu Singh Mohan Singh.Cong
KeralaPiravomAnup JacobUDF
OdishaAthgarhRalendra Pratap SaiBJD
Tamil Nadu SankarankoilV. Muthuselvi

AIADMK



And here is the vote figures and change for the parties in thee elections:

Gujarat - Assembly
Const NameParty2009 % Vote Bye Election % Vote %Change
MansaCong39.739.0-0.7
MansaBJP43.034.1-8.9
MansaIND ( Rathore Inshwant Singh )-1.6 


Andhra Pradesh - Assembly
Const NameWin Party2009 % Vote Bye Election % Vote %Change
AdilabadTRS-49.3+49.3
 Cong30.623.3-7.3
 TDP51.920.2-31.7
KamareddyTRS-55.2+55.2
 Cong27.122.8-4.3
 TDP6013.0-47
 PRP6.1--6.1
MahabubnagarBJP1.731.5+29.8
 TRS28.430.0+1.6
 Cong19.320.3+1.0
 TDP-14.0+14.0
 IND ( N Rajeshwar Reddy)32.8- 
( Note: Bye election held due to death of N Rajeshwar Reddy)
NagarkurnoolIND (Janardhan Reddy)-50.6+50.6
 Cong41.731.1-10.6
 TDP46.113.2-32.9
 BJP2.7--2.7
KollapurTRS-38.4+38.4
 Cong38.428.5-9.9
 TDP37.423.4-14.0
Ghanpur (Station)TRS-47.8+47.8
 TDP33.228.6-4.6
 Cong39.717.0-22.7
 PRP15.2--15.2
KovurYSR CONG PARTY-42.0+42.0
 TDP43.328.7-14.6
 Cong38.923.5-15.4
 PRP13.4--13.4
Please note where the respective party has not contested there is a "-"


Kerala - Assembly
Const NameParty2011  (%Vote) 2012 (%Vote)

Change (%)

Piravom

UDF

47.50

52.4

+4.9

Piravom

LDF

47.40

44.7

-2.7

Piravom

BJP

3.00

2.0

-1.0

Piravom

Others

2.10

0.9

-1.2

*BJD or its allies did not contest the Athgarh seat in 2009 Elections. The seat was won by an Independent



Odisha - Assembly
Const Name

Party

2009 (% Vote)

2012 (%Vote)

Change (%)

Athgarh

BJD

- *

47.5

+47.5

Athgarh

Cong

5.9

21.8

15.9

Athgarh

BJP

2.7

1.3

-1.4

*BJD or its allies did not contest the Athgarh seat in 2009 Elections. The seat was won by an Independent



Karnataka - Lok Sabha
Const NameParty2009 % Vote Bye Election'12 % Vote

%Change

Udupi ChikmagalurCong

44.9

46.8

+1.9

Udupi ChikmagalurBJP

48.1

41.3

-6.8

Udupi ChikmagalurJDS

3.0

8.5

+5.5

Udupi ChikmagalurOth

4.0

3.4

-0.6



Tamil Nadu - Assembly
Const NameParty2011 % Vote Bye Election % Vote %Change
Sankaran KovilADMK

50.0

59.4

+9.4

Sankaran KovilDMK

42.8

16.4

-26.4

Sankaran KovilMDMK

-

12.9

+12.9

Sankaran KovilDMDK

-

7.6

+7.6

Sankaran KovilBJP

1.3

1.0

-0.3

Sankaran KovilOTH

5.9

2.7

-3.2

( MDMK & DMDK did not contest in Sankarankovil in 2011 Vidhan Sabha elections)
Story First Published: March 21, 2012 14:05 IST

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