Karhal: SP Bastion Since '93 That Went to BJP Once in 2002; All About Seat Akhilesh is Contesting From

Karhal: SP Bastion Since ’93 That Went to BJP Once in 2002; All About Seat Akhilesh is Contesting From

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav will contest his first-ever assembly elections from Karhal constituency in Uttar Pradesh, announced the party on Thursday. The assembly constituency is a stronghold of the Samajwadi Party, and is under Mainpuri Lok Sabha constituency known to be ‘Neta ji’ Mulayam Singh Yadav’s turf. Akhilesh is an MP from Azamgarh seat. […]

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UP Polls: In Switchover Season, CM Yogi’s '80 Vs 20' Claim Being Challenged by SP's 'Caste Coalition'

UP Polls: In Switchover Season, CM Yogi’s ’80 Vs 20′ Claim Being Challenged by SP’s ‘Caste Coalition’

‘Tis the season of jumping ships in Uttar Pradesh ahead of the assembly elections. As the BJP top brass deliberates over tickets in Delhi, four of their MLAs in Lucknow are said to have quit the party to join the Samajwadi Party though the former BJP minister Swami Prasad Maurya claimed he was yet to […]

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Uttar Pradesh elections 2022: BJP panel meet to decide candidates, strategy on Mon

Uttar Pradesh elections 2022: BJP panel meet to decide candidates, strategy on Mon

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s election committee is set to meet in Lucknow on Monday to finalise the candidates and party strategy for the forthcoming assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh. The election commission on Saturday declared the schedule for polls in five states, including UP, Uttarakhand, Goa, Punjab and Manipur. Uttar Pradesh will have polls in […]

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PM Foiled Conspiracy of Pak & Khalistani Supporters, Exposed Cong's Game of Pushing Country into Riots: BJP

Assembly Elections 2022 LIVE Updates: BJP Workers Not Allowed to Ferozepur Rally Site, Party Alleges; SP ‘Postpones’ Gonda, Ayodhya Yatra

Read more incident the Union Home Ministry described as a “major lapse” in his security. The PM was scheduled to address a rally in Ferozepur, which was cancelled after the incident. The BKU(K), however, said that the sit-in was pre-planned and not organised with the intention of blocking PM Modi’s entry to Ferozepur rally. “We were […]

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