BJP created history by winning in Uttarakhand but CM Pushkar Dhami lost

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Uttarakhand Election Result 2022: Even though Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is leading the BJP towards a thumping majority, he has lost from his Khatima assembly seat. BJP is winning with a majority in Uttarakhand. For the first time in the history of the state, it is going to happen that any party will form the government for the second time in a row. But the present Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami is in despair. Dhami has to face a crushing defeat from the Khatima assembly seat. He was defeated by Bhuvan Kapri of Congress by more than six thousand votes.

Who is Bhuvan Kapri?

Bhuvan Chand Kapri is a youth leader and working president of Congress in the state. Bhuvan Chand Kapri, popular among the youth, has also been the president of the Uttarakhand Youth Congress. He has also held the post of General Secretary in the Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress. Bhuvan Kapri gave a tough fight to Pushkar Singh Dhami during the 2017 assembly elections as well. Then Kapri lost by only 2709 votes. Bhuvan Kapri got 26,830 votes, while Pushkar Singh Dhami got 29,539 votes.

Who has how many seats in Uttarakhand?

Talking about Devbhoomi Uttarakhand, in the Legislative Assembly of 70 seats, BJP is leading on 48, Congress 18, BSP 2, in other 2 seats. At the same time, the account of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is not even opening.

The effect of the peasant movement was

Khatima assembly seat comes in Udham Singh Nagar district. The peasant movement had a great impact here. However, after the return of agricultural laws, it was believed that the resentment of the farmers would end. Pushkar Singh Dhami won the election from this seat in 2012 as well. Then he defeated Davendra Chand of Congress. Dhami’s eyes were on winning this seat and putting a hat-trick. Talking about the equation of this seat, there is a fair number of Muslim and Sikh voters in this seat. At the same time, people who migrated from Tharu tribe and Pithoragarh, Champawat, Lohaghat also live here.

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