New Delhi: BJP has a big meeting today in Delhi regarding Uttar Pradesh elections. It is being told that in this meeting the final discussion will be held on the names of the candidates. Also, the names of the candidates of the areas where the first phase of voting is on February 10 can be announced today. There will be a big meeting of the leaders of the UP core group at the Delhi headquarters, a meeting of the central leaders.
According to the information, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, State President Swatantra Dev Singh, Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dinesh Sharma will attend this meeting. Along with them, party’s national organization general secretary BL Santosh and Uttar Pradesh BJP’s organization general secretary Sunil Bansal can also be present.
According to the information, the list of some candidates for the first and second phase will be released this week. In the meeting, the names of the candidates will be decided after brainstorming on the panel of candidates prepared by the UP BJP. In this meeting, all the leaders discuss each assembly in detail and all possible names are discussed. All the names that come in the panel made by the state. Some of its names that appear in the survey conducted by the BJP central leadership are discussed. In the discussion, all the aspects are considered, caste equation, position in the area, chances of winning etc. After that the candidate is selected.
Let us tell you that BJP is also going to start Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan in Uttar Pradesh from today. Under this campaign, party leaders and workers will campaign from door to door. In fact, due to the deteriorating situation from Corona, the Election Commission has banned all kinds of physical rallies and meetings till January 15. Keeping in mind the rules of the Election Commission, BJP has decided to go door-to-door to meet the voters. According to the rules of the Election Commission, a team of five members will go from house to house and meet the people.
Let us tell you that the Election Commission had announced the dates for the assembly elections on Saturday itself. Assembly elections will be held in UP from January 10 to March 7. Voting for the first phase will be held on January 10, the second on February 14, the third on February 20, the fourth on February 23, the fifth on February 27, the sixth on March 3, and the seventh and last on March 7. In this way, polling will be held in seven phases in UP.
first published:Jan. 11, 2022, 8:02 a.m.