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UP Election Live 2022 Voting In 59 Seats in 9 Districts For The Fourth Phase in UP

UP Elections: For the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, voting is to be held on 59 sets in 9 districts on Wednesday. The reputation of many leaders is at stake in these 59 seats.


For the fourth phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, voting is to be held in 59 seats in 9 districts on Wednesday. The reputation of many ministers of the Modi and Yogi governments is at stake in these 59 seats. On February 23, voting will begin at 7 am in 59 seats of Uttar Pradesh's capital Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sitapur, Hardoi, Fatehpur, Banda, and Unnao. In this phase, the reputation of Modi government ministers Ajay Mishra Teni and Kaushal Kishor as well as many ministers of the Yogi government and veteran BJP leaders are at stake.


Many veteran candidates in the fourth phase


Among the prominent candidates whose reputation is at stake in the fourth phase are State Law Minister Brijesh Pathak (Lucknow Cantt), Minister Ashutosh Tandon (Lucknow East), former minister SP candidate Abhishek Mishra (Sarojini Nagar), former Deputy Speaker of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly Nitin Agarwal ( Lucknow East ). Hardoi). Apart from this, Rae Bareli, which is considered to be the ' stronghold' of the Nehru- Gandhi family, will also vote in the fourth phase.


Rajeshwer Singh Will fight from Sarojini Nagar Seat


From Sarojini Nagar's seat, BJP has fielded former ED officer Rajeswer Singh by cutting the ticket of state government minister Swati Singh. In the Sadar assembly seat of Rae Bareli, the parliamentary constituency of Sonia Gandhi, BJP has made Congress MLA Aditi Singh its candidate. From Hardoi Sadar assembly seat, BJP has nominated Nitin Agarwal, SP MLA, and Deputy Speaker of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Naresh Agarwal's son Nitin Agarwal has won the assembly elections thrice and is standing in the electoral fray for the fourth time.


BJP Won So Many Seats In 2017


In the 2017 assembly elections, out of these 59 seats, BJP won 51 seats, and its ally Apna Dal (S) won one seat. It is a big challenge for BJP to repeat this performance.


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