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First list of BJP candidates released, CM Yogi will not contest elections from Ayodhya, see list

New Delhi/Lucknow. According to the big news of the afternoon, today the names of 115 seats have been announced in the first list of BJP for Uttar Pradesh elections. Along with this, the names of the seats related to the first two phases of elections were announced. In this, it has been announced to fight Yogi Adityanath from Gorakhpur city in the first phase of this election. After speculations, he will eventually not contest from Ayodhya seat. Also Keshav Prasad Maurya is being fielded from Sirathu seat.

BJP today announced candidates for 57 seats out of 58 seats in the first phase and 48 out of 55 seats in the second phase. Let us tell you that earlier SP 29, BSP 53 and Congress released its first list of 125 candidates. Is.

Have a look at the list of candidates

Tajendra Singh Nirwal from Shamli, Umesh Malik from Budhana, Sapna Kashyap from Charthawal, Pramod Otwal from Purkaji, Kapil Dev Agarwal from Muzaffarnagar, Vikram Saini from Khatauli, Prashant Gurjar from Meerapur, Manendra Pal Singh from Siwalkhas, Sangeet Som from Sardana, from Hastinapur Dinesh Khatik, Amit Agarwal from Meerut Cantt, Satyaveer Tyagi from Kithor, Kamaldat Sharma from Meerut, Somender Tomar from Meerut South, Sahendra Singh Ramala from Chhaprauli, KP Singh from Barot, Yogesh Dhama from Malik Baghpat, Nandkishore Gurjar from Loni, Ajit from Muradnagar Pal Tyagi and Sunil Sharma from Sahibabad

Uttar Pradesh elections in 7 phases

It is worth noting that the assembly elections in UP with 403 assembly seats are to be held in 7 phases from February 10. The voting for the last phase is to be held on March 7. This time under the first phase, voting will be held on February 10. The second phase will be held on February 14, the third phase on February 20, the fourth phase on February 23, the fifth phase on February 27, the sixth phase on March 3 and the 7th phase on March 7.

At the same time, the results of Uttar Pradesh elections will come on March 10. It is to be known that the term of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly is ending on 14 May 2022. In such a situation, before May 14, the process of formation of assembly and new government in every country has to be completed.

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