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UP assembly polls: Five new faces in BJP’s Agra list – Agra News

A shock candidate is Agra’s former mayor Baby Rani Maurya who final 12 months resigned because the governor of Uttarakhand, to play a extra energetic half on the nationwide scene.

Some teams have criticised her candidature saying a former Governor shouldn’t have been fielded.

Choudhary Babu Lal, a robust Jaat chief has changed Choudhary Uday Bhan Singh from Fatehpur Sikri, whereas a current defector Dharam Pal Singh replaces Ram Pratap Singh Chauhan, from Etmadpur.

The BJP, as anticipated, has not bothered to appease the Dalits or the Muslims.

The Agarwal group of Agra has criticised the BJP for not giving a single seat to the Agarwals whose inhabitants is estimated to be round 3 lakh in the district.

At a gathering on Saturday afternoon in a lodge, half-a-dozen organisations representing the group introduced to boycott and oppose the BJP in the approaching elections.

Their ire is especially directed in opposition to sitting MLA Purushottam Khandelwal who has been given the ticket.

Khandelwals represent a small proportion of Agra’s inhabitants. Agra north is taken into account a bastion of the Agarwal group.

The Bahujan Samaj Party on Friday introduced its candidates for the 9 seats of Agra, referred to as the Dalit capital of north India.

The BJP gained all of the 9 seats in 2017.

Political pundits guesstimate a lack of at the very least two seats this time, however the BJP election machine is all buoyed up and hopes to steamroll all opposition because the marketing campaign picks up momentum.

The Opposition has questioned the BJP on its failure to wash up the Yamuna and construct a barrage downstream of the Taj Mahal.

Samajwadi Party leaders mentioned the BJP has failed to meet its promise of a High Court bench in Agra, as per the advice of the Jaswant Singh Commission.

For the BJP, the prime fear is a low flip-out of its voters because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“We have mobilised our party workers and geared up th e election machinery which will draw out all our voters. The mood is upbeat,” mentioned sitting MLA Purushottam Khandelwal.

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