Ayodhya Election Result 2022 LIVE Updates: Get latest and updated vote counting result of Ayodhya constituency of Uttar Pradesh including leads, election results, candidates, vote margin news.
BJP's Ved Prakash defeated SP's Tej Narayan with a margin of 19990 votes from Ayodhya assembly constituency.
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Ayodhya is an assembly constituency in the Ayodhya district, in the Awadh region of the state of Uttar Pradesh .
The Ayodhya legislative assembly constituency went to polls on February 27, 2022.
The assembly seat is reserved for the General category and it falls in the Faizabad Lok Sabha constituency.
A total of 10 candidates are contesting from Ayodhya constituency in Uttar Pradesh.
Ved Prakash from Bharatiya Janata Party is leading the race so far with total votes of 1,12,169, followed by Tej Narayan of Samajwadi Party with 92,067 votes.
Other candidates were Ravi Prakash (Bahujan Samaj Party), Reeta (Indian National Congress), Suryakant Pandey (Communist Party of India), Brajendra Dutt Tripathi (Adarshwaadi Congress Party), Ramesh Kumar Chaubey (Bhartiya Shakti Chetna Party), Rajesh Kumar (Jan Adhikar Party/Loktantrik), Subham Srivastav (Aam Aadmi Party) and Sanjay Sharma (Moulik Adhikar Party).
In the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections, Ayodhya was won by Ved Prakash Gupta of the BJP. He defeated SP's Tej Narayan Pandey Alias Pawan Pandey.
Before that, in the 2012 Uttar Pradesh vidhan sabha elections, the seat was held by SP's Tej Narayan Pandey Alias Pawan Pandey.
In the 2017 assembly polls, Ved Prakash Gupta garnered 107014 votes, securing 49.2 percent of the vote share, and winning the seat by a margin of 50440 votes.
In percentage terms, the victory margin was 23.19 percent.
First Published: Mar 10, 2022 12:53 AM IST