New Delhi: In the forthcoming Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath He is contesting from Gorakhpur constituency. Having been informed that he will be competing in Ayodhya, in his hometown Adityanath களமிறங்குகிறார்.
Elections to 403 Assembly constituencies in Uttar Pradesh will be held in seven phases from February 10 to March 7. The vote count takes place on March 10th.
The list of candidates for the first two phases of elections in Uttar Pradesh was released today. Elections are being held for 58 constituencies in the first phase and 38 constituencies in the second phase.
UP Union Minister for Elections Dharmendra Pradhan and party general secretary Arun Singh today released the list of candidates.
Then Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said, “Chief Yogi Adityanath He is contesting from Gorakhpur constituency. Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Parishad is contesting from Maurya Shirat constituency. ”
Name 107 candidates BJP Posted today. Of these, 63 out of 83 MLAs have been re-elected. 20 were not given the opportunity. 10 seats are reserved for women, 44 seats for other backward classes and 19 seats for those on the list.
Adityanath, who has contested 5 times in Gorakhpur Lok Sabha constituency and is an MP, is given here as it should be the constituency that will ensure his chances of victory. Currently, Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Maurya are MLCs.
In the first phase information Adityanath He will contest either the Ayodhya or Gorakhpur constituencies in the forthcoming assembly elections, sources said. It has received approval from all quarters to contest in the Ayodhya constituency. Prime Minister Modi, BJP Chairman JP Natta, comprising Amit Shah BJP If the Central Committee agrees Adityanath Competing will be determined. Only if not Adityanath He will compete in his hometown of Gorakhpur. In other words, the Gorakhpur constituency may have been allotted to Adityanath without the approval of the Central Committee.
Chief Yogi Adityanath UP to contest Assembly polls for first time Akhilesh Yadav, Mayawati, who has been the Chief Minister for the last 18 years in politics. Adityanath All three met the people in the constituency and contested and did not become MLAs. Instead they became the upper house MLC in UP and thereby became the first.
The exception was Mulayam Singh Yadav, who contested and won the 2004 Kannur by-election. Meet the people in this environment and contest the election Adityanath Has decided. The Ayodhya constituency, where the Sanghwaras are strong, and Gorakhpur, his native land, have been strengthened to ensure that the venue is safe. Adityanath It is noteworthy that chose.