India, July 11 -- Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has said that Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) win in panchayat polls reflects the people's 'unwavering faith' in the policies of the party's government in the state. The BJP won 635 out of 825 seats for which block panchayat chiefs were to be elected.

"Apart from this, there were 76 seats where there was a friendly war between two BJP candidates. It was a huge electoral process that was conducted by the government with transparency," said the chief minister.

He said that earlier in the 75 seats of district panchayat presidents, 73 of BJP and two of Apna Dal (S) were in the fray, in which BJP had won 66 and Apna Dal (S) candidate was victorious in one.

"The victory in the Pan...