Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yogi Adityanath is facing a genuine test on his home town Gorakhpur. The byelections for the Gorakhpur Lok Sabha Assembly seat is ending up being in Samajwadi Party’s favour. After 11 rounds of checking, SP candidtae applicant Pravin Kumar Nishad is leading by 13,879 votes against his closest adversary and BJP candidite Upendra Dutt Shukla in the Gorakhpur Lok Sabha byelection. Nishad has gotten 1,63,941 votes, while Shukla is trailing with 1,50,062 votes. The BJP is likewise trailing in Phulpur where Samajwadi Party candidate Nagendra Pratap Singh Patel is driving by just about 23,000 votes after 15 rounds. The tension and the importance of the elections can be comprehended from the way that Gorakhpur District Magistrate Rajeev Rautela is himself present at the counting centre to screen the procedures and to keep up lawfulness. He affirmed that after the fifth round of voting, the SP competitor has 74,077 votes in his kitty while the BJP has 70,317 votes. A five-time Lok Sabha member from the seat, Yogi Adityanath had won from the seat in the last five sequential decisions with a huge margin. In 2014, Adityanath won by a margin of 3,12,783 votes while in 2009 his triumph edge was 2,20,271 votes. In the interim, the Samajwadi Party has documented a grievance with the Election Commission affirming that media is being denied section at the including focus Gorakhpur. The issue even prompted a mayhem in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly because of which the House must be deferred for 10 minutes. The issue was raised by SP’s Ram Govind Chaudhary in the House. Nonetheless, the DM denied any such affirmations and said that the info is being given after each round of counting. “Checking of votes is in progress. At the point when ARO sends checking figures of any round from the 5 assembly constituencies, it is investigated by the RO and two eyewitnesses examine the counting figures manually and digitally and after that sign it. This procedure requires some serious energy,” Rautela said. The bypolls in UP were required after Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders Yogi Adityanath and Keshav Prasad Maurya were hoisted as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister individually after the party’s victory in state Assembly decisions.