Bahujan Samaj Occasion chief Mayawati on her birthday on Saturday launched the primary listing of 53 candidates for the Uttar Pradesh meeting elections subsequent month. The previous chief minister introduced the listing at a press convention in Lucknow, which has 13 Muslim names. The celebration had additionally earlier introduced two candidates from the minority group.
Muslim candidates within the first listing of BSP embody Haji Mohammad Anees from Budhana, Salman Saeed from Charthawal, Majid Siddiqui from Khatauli, Mohammad Salim from Meerapur, Mohammad Mukarram alias Nanhe Khan from Siwalkhaas, Kunwar Dilshad Ali from Meerut South, Mohammad Shaheen Chaudhary from Chaprauli, Haji Aqeel Chaudhary from Loni, Haji Ayub Idrisi from Muradnagar, Mohammad Arif from Gadhmukteshwar, Mohamamd Fareed from Shikarpur, Mohammad Bilal from Kol and Raziya Khan from Aligarh.
The BSP supremo had tweeted on Thursday about fielding Noman Masood, Imran Masood’s brother from Gangoh meeting seat. His identify, nevertheless, was lacking from the listing.
The BJP, regardless of mobilising RSS-linked Muslim Rashtriya Manch to enchantment to minority voters, has not named a single Muslim in its first listing of 107 candidates, whereas rivals Samajwadi Occasion-Rashtriya Lok Dal included 9 names from the minority group of their first listing of 29 candidates.
The SP-RLD alliance is more likely to launch one other listing of candidates for the primary and second phases later within the day and even Sunday. Muslim candidates in SP-RLD’s first listing embody Nahid Hasan from Kairana, Shahid Manzur from Kithaur, Rafiq Ansari from Meerut, Aslam Chaudhary from Dhaulana, Salman Saeed from Kol, and Zafar Alam from Aligarh on SP tickets; in addition to Ahmad Hameed from Baghpat, Haji Younus from Bulandshahr and Dilnawaz Khan from Syana on RLD tickets.
Uttar Pradesh could have elections in seven phases – on February 10, 14, 20, 23 and 27; after which on March 3 and seven. The counting of votes will happen on March 10.
The primary part will start from western Uttar Pradesh and steadily transfer in the direction of the japanese a part of the state, culminating in Purvanchal. The 2017 meeting polls, too, started in West UP. Voting will probably be held in 58 meeting seats within the first part and 64 within the remaining part.
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