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‘Damage management’: In first listing, BJP gives tickets to 44 OBC candidates in UP – New Delhi News

(*44*) 107 candidates introduced on Saturday, 44 comes from OBC communities.

Several OBC leaders together with Maurya, Dara Singh Chauhan, Dharam Singh Saini and others resigned from BJP in the previous couple of days.

A saffron social gathering chief mentioned that extent of harm attributable to exit of Swami Prasad Maurya and different OBC leaders remains to be to be accessed however the listing reveals that the social gathering tried to hold the backward communities in good religion by giving virtually half of the tickets to OBC candidates in the first listing.

“Polls results will show the real impact of the recent exodus led by Maurya but the leadership realised the importance of OBC communities. To win their support, the bulk share of tickets in the first list went to them,” he mentioned.

The OBC performs an essential and decisive position in Uttar Pradesh politics and constitutes over 50 per cent of the whole citizens of the state. While the non-Yadav OBCs represent round 35 per cent of the state’s complete citizens.

The BJP is eyeing to win the election for a second consecutive time period with the help of non-Yadav OBC communities which supported them earlier in 2017 meeting polls and final two Lok Sabha polls in 2014 and 2019.

A BJP chief claims that by giving majority shares to OBC candidates in the first listing the social gathering has tried to ship a optimistic message to the backward communities.

“Political rivals misled the communities by saying that BJP uses OBCs’ votes only to come to power and then ignores them. By giving 44 out of 107 tickets to OBCs, the party has shown that the it is with them. Earlier, a strong message was sent to the communities when 27 ministers belonging to backward classes were inducted in the union cabinet in July last year,” he mentioned.

The state meeting polls shall be held in seven phases in February-March ranging from February 10. Counting of votes shall be held on March 10.

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