Good luck: The dolls to the Hamirpur assembly constituency in Uttar Pradesh are about to witness a four-man contest, with the BJP, the BSP, the Samajwadi Party and An Chomhdháil putting their candidates for the election.
The bye-election, the first to be held after Lok Sabha's polls, was necessary because of the disqualification of sitting Bharatiya Janata (BJP) MLA Ashok Kumar Singh Chandel after his conviction for murder.
There are nine candidates in the winter and Yuwraj Singh (BJP), Hardiepak Nishad (Congress), Manoj Kumar Prajapati (SP), Naushad Ali (BSP) and Jamal Alam Mansoori (Communist Party of India) are among the most prominent. .
Competitive political parties will endeavor to remove a seat from the BJP and send a strong signal to the electors of the other 12 constituencies, where by-elections are due.
With the election alliance between the Samajwadi Party and the Baama Party of Samaj ending with a divorce, the dolls to the assembly seats are four sides bound. The recent elections were in the somewhat triangular state, with the Samajwadi Party coming to the Conference in the 2017 election and with the Bahujan Samaj Party in the 201 Lok Sabha election. In the 2014 general election, the BJP, Congress, SP, BSP and Rashtriya Lok Dal per individual in the state.
A member state state management committee member, Lalan Kumar, recommended that the party would perform well in the bypolls under the leadership of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the general secretary of a party headed by Uttar Pradesh east.
"You have seen the performance of the SP and the BSP in the Lok Sabha election. If there is any viable alternative to the BJP in the state, the Conference is," Kumar said. "A by-election is a small trailer and the real picture will appear in the 2022 UP election when the Congress progresses."
Kumar said that the party was already getting in touch with a house. "We are fighting for the poor, the farmers, the Dallas and almost every part of society." Samajwadi Party is also optimistic about the expectations of the party.
"Like the bypolls to Phulpur, Gorakhpur and Kairana parliamentary constituencies and the Noorpur assembly seat, the results of the upcoming by-elections will also be a surprise and will receive the share of seats," party leader and former state minister Arvind. Singh Gope said.
The Bharatiya Janata Party said, in the meantime, that this picture would be different this time. "In the previous bypolls, there was a feeling that we had won a great victory and we thought the people of the state will join us," said Navin Srivastava, co-chair of BJP with the PTI.
Srivastava acknowledged that there was some absence, but the shortcomings were removed under the general election. "Our goal is the seats of competing parties, such as Rampur (held by SP) and Jalalpur (held by the PSB) of his bag."
He claimed that even if the SP and the BSP go together, they would not be able to damage the BJP.
"UP people completely rejected caste and family politics in 2014, 2017 and 2019," Srivastava said. "So regardless of the fact that they are competing alone or jointly, people know that this casteist and dynastic parties (in nature)."
Apart from Hamirpur, hoses will run on 12 other assembly seats, whose travel period is not yet to be announced. A poll will be held in Hamirpur on 23 September and the counting will take place on 27 September.
Bypolls are to run in 11 assembly seats in the state after sitting legislators have been elected as parliamentarians.
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