The BSP has issued the first list of 11 candidates for the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. Satyir Nagar from Gautam Buddhanagar will contest the elections on the BSP ticket. Haji Fazlalrahman will be the candidate from Saharanpur. Muju Nagar from Bijnor, Girish Chand from Nagina, Kunwar Danish Ali from Amroha, Haji Mohammad Yakub from Meerut, Yogesh Verma from Bulandshahr, Ajit Bialian from Aligarh, Manoj Kumar Soni from Agra, Rajveer Singh from Fatehpur Sikri, tickets to Ambedkar as well as Amla has given.
Two days after Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati and Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav announced their alliance for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Rashtriya Janata Dal founder Lalu Prasad’s Yadav son Tejashwi Yadav said he endorsed their alliance but did not specifically say if the RJD was going to be a part of it. Tejashwi said he felt “compelled to travel to Lucknow from Patna to congratulate the Uttar Pradesh leaders for this tie-up” with BSP. Asked what would be his party’s stand regarding the Congress in Bihar in theRead More
A meeting between Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav and BSP supremo Mayawati in Delhi on Friday has given rise to speculations that a seat-sharing agreement has been finalised between these of the two parties SP-BSP and an announcement could be made very soon. However, our source said that several factors that need to be agreed upon before the final match of election announcment. Although as per supposition,, both SP and BSP could contest 37 seats each while leaving two seats each for RLD and Congress and two for other smallerRead More
In the assembly polls, smaller political outfits play a key role in transferring their “dedicated” vote bank to their allies, but in Lok Sabha elections such parties have traditionally struggled to make a big impact. In uttar pradesh election news, Small parties such as the NISHAD Party, Apna Dal(S) and AIMIM may not account for many Lok Sabha seats in 2019, but are pitching themselves as potential “game changers” in the BJP versus opposition battle in the state. However, several parties such as the NISHAD Party, Peace Party, Apna DalRead More
Bengal Panchayat Polls: Relief For Mamata, Supreme Court Says No Re-election In Uncontested Seats, All the uncontested seats were won unopposed by candidates of the ruling Trinamool Congress and opposition parties had alleged that their candidates were obstructed from filing nomination papers.In a relief for Mamata Banerjee, the Supreme Court on Friday turned down the pleas of CPI(M) and BJP seeking cancellation of elections on over 20,000 uncontested local body seats in West Bengal. Election news today: A bench comprising Chief Justice DIpak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar andRead More