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NEW DELHI, Sept 15 � Counting of votes will be held tomorrow in three Lok Sabha and 33 Assembly constituencies spread across 10 states where bypolls were held on September 13, with stakes high for the BJP, reports PTI.

The three Lok Sabha seats are in Vadodara (Gujarat), vacated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mainpuri (Uttar Pradesh) and Medak (Telangana), while 11 Assembly constituencies are in UP, nine in Gujarat, four in Rajasthan, two in West Bengal, five in the Northeastern states and one each in Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh.

Twenty-four of these Assembly seats were held by the BJP and one each by its allies Apna Dal and TDP.

After the BJP�s near-total sweep of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha polls just four months ago, it is to be seen whether the party can retain its 10 seats. One seat was earlier with its ally Apna Dal.

Last month, the saffron party had received a jolt in Assembly byelections suffering a 4-6 defeat at the hands of the RJD-JD(U)-Congress alliance in Bihar and yielding two strongholds to the Congress in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh.

Tomorrow�s bypoll results, seen as yet another test of Narendra Modi government�s popularity since it assumed power in May, are also important as the BJP is preparing for polls in Haryana and Maharashtra next month, where it hopes to oust the Congress.

The bypoll results in the three Assembly constituencies in Assam will be very crucial for all the three parties � Congress, AIUDF, BJP. The results will reflect the popularity of the parties and will chart the course for the Assembly polls in the State in 2016.

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Bypoll results today

NEW DELHI, Sept 15 � Counting of votes will be held tomorrow in three Lok Sabha and 33 Assembly constituencies spread across 10 states where bypolls were held on September 13, with stakes high for the BJP, reports PTI.

The three Lok Sabha seats are in Vadodara (Gujarat), vacated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mainpuri (Uttar Pradesh) and Medak (Telangana), while 11 Assembly constituencies are in UP, nine in Gujarat, four in Rajasthan, two in West Bengal, five in the Northeastern states and one each in Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh.

Twenty-four of these Assembly seats were held by the BJP and one each by its allies Apna Dal and TDP.

After the BJP�s near-total sweep of the 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha polls just four months ago, it is to be seen whether the party can retain its 10 seats. One seat was earlier with its ally Apna Dal.

Last month, the saffron party had received a jolt in Assembly byelections suffering a 4-6 defeat at the hands of the RJD-JD(U)-Congress alliance in Bihar and yielding two strongholds to the Congress in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh.

Tomorrow�s bypoll results, seen as yet another test of Narendra Modi government�s popularity since it assumed power in May, are also important as the BJP is preparing for polls in Haryana and Maharashtra next month, where it hopes to oust the Congress.

The bypoll results in the three Assembly constituencies in Assam will be very crucial for all the three parties � Congress, AIUDF, BJP. The results will reflect the popularity of the parties and will chart the course for the Assembly polls in the State in 2016.