In UP council polls, BJP goes to clean sweep, opposition to Akhilesh Yadav party | Latest News India

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh is going after a clean sweep in the biennial MLC (local government) polls for the counting of votes for the 27 seats for which the vote was held on Saturday at the gong is.

Although Chief Electoral Officer Ajay Kumar Shukla said the authorized election results would be announced only by evening, the progressive trends available from districts show that the BJP leads by a majority of 27 seats, while independents also have 2-3 seats can win. The Samajwadi Party (SP), the main opposition party, did not open its account.

The BJP has already won nine of the 36 seats, with its candidates declared undisputed before the vote for the remaining 27 seats was held on Saturday with more than 98 percent turnout. The 98.11 per cent of 1,20,657 voters who exercised their franchise in these polls included village councilors, members and chairmen of the kshetra and zila panchayats, corporations / nagar palika members. There were 95 candidates in the battle.

With this in mind, the BJP also seems ready to gain a majority in the 100 members of the lower house (Vidhan Parishad) after gaining a strong majority in the lower house following the announcement of the results of the meeting. elections last month.

In the First Chamber with 100 members, the BJP currently has 34 MLCs, the Samajwadi Party 17 and the Bahujan Samaj Party 4. The Congress, Apna Dal (Sonelal) and NISHAD Party each have one member in the Chamber. The group of teachers has two MLCs, while the Independent group (‘Nirdal Samooh’) and Independents each have one MLC. The BJP number in the parish can now double, making it after a very long time the single largest party in the upper house.

Twenty-seven seats that were voted on Saturday are Moradabad-Bijnor, Rampur-Bareilly, Pilibhit-Shahjahanpur, Sitapur, Lucknow-Unnao, Raebareli, Pratapgarh, Sultanpur, Barabanki, Bahraich, Gonda, Faizabad, Bast-Siddhartna-, Gorakhpur , Deoria, Azamgarh-Mau, Balia, Ghazipur, Janupur, Varanasi, Allahabad, Jhansi-Jalaun-Lalitpur, Kanpur-Fatehpur, Etawah-Farrukhabad, Agra-Firozabad, Meerut-Ghaziabad and Muzaffarnagar-Saharanpur.

In eight constituencies, nine candidates were elected without opposition: Badaun, Hardoi, Kheri, Mirzapur-Sonbhadra, Banda-Hamirpur, Aligarh, Bulandshahr, Mathura-Etah-Mainpuri, while two candidates were unopposed from Mathura-Etah constituency-Mainii each was chosen from seven others.

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