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Here are the winners in Uttar Pradesh
May 11, 2007 13:30 IST
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday won from the Gunnaur Assembly constituency in Budaon district, defeating his nearest BSP rival Arif Ali by over 30,000 votes.
Yadav also won from the second Assembly constituency Bharthana in Etawah district when he defeated his nearest BSP rival Shiv Prasad Yadav by 9,471 votes.
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Naresh Agarwal, Uttar Pradesh Minister for Transport and Samajwadi Party candidate, has won from Hardoi Assembly seat defeating his nearest BSP rival R S Kureel by over 23,000 votes.
Congress nominees have emerged victorious at three seats of Amethi, Gauriganj and Jagdishpur where they have defeated their nearest BSP, BSP and SP rivals respectively.
Former Union Minister Sanjay Singh's wife Amita Singh has won from Amethi, while Mohammad Naeem and Ram Sevak Dhobi have annexed the Gauriganj and Jagdishpur seats respectively.
BSP candidates Badshah Singh and Sukhdeo Verma have won at Maudaha and Bindaki Assembly constituencies defeating their nearest SP rivals by over 8,000 and 11,000 votes respectively.
SP candidate Durga Yadav has won from Azamgarh Sadar seat defeating his nearest BSP rival Rama Kant Singh by over five thousand votes.
BJP candidates Mahesh Gupta and Radhey Shyam Gupta have won from Budaon town and Fatehpur seats respectively defeating their nearest SP and BSP candidates.
Controversial independent candidate Akhilesh Singh has retained his Raebareli Sadar seat defeating his nearest Congress rival R P Singh by over 46,000 votes.
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