The ruling BJP on Sunday won from the Lucknow graduates Out of the 11 seats, the Samajwadi Party won a total of three and the independents two, according to the final results of the biennial elections held last Tuesday. Out of the five graduates Following the declaration of the results for the 11 legislative council seats, the tally of BJP in the 100-member Upper House of the state rose to 25 from 19, SP The Bahujan Samaj Party, which did not field any candidate for the polls, has eight MLC, the Congress two, Apna Dal (Sonelal) one and Sikshak Dal two. There are still three vacancies in the House. BJP The two other graduates The two seats that the Samajwadi Party bagged out of them are those of Varanasi and Allahabad-Jhansi divisions, won respectively by Ashutosh Sinha and Dr Maan Singh Yadav. Both the SP candidates bagged the seats divesting them from the BJP, while the BJP In results declared earlier on Friday for the six teachers BJP SP candidate Lal Bihari Yadav won from Varanasi teachers In the Teachers In Meerut, BJP snatched the seat from MLC Om Prakash Sharma of Shikshak Dal. In Bareilly-Moradabad teachers In Varanasi teachers In Agra Teachers In the Gorakhpur-Faizabad teachers Polling was held on Tuesday for 11 Legislative Council seats The BJP, SP, Congress and teachers The BSP had not contested the polls. The term of office of the MLCs from these constituencies had expired on May 6. Reacting to the party The BJP contested this polls for the first time. In the Graduates