Amar Ujala Network, Lucknow
Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Sun, 27 Mar 2022 12:48 AM IST
One person one post is the principle in BJP. State President Swatantradev Singh has been made a cabinet minister in the Yogi government. In such a situation, now a new state president has to be appointed in his place.
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One person one post is the principle in BJP. State President Swatantradev Singh has been made a cabinet minister in the Yogi government. In such a situation, now a new state president has to be appointed in his place. It is believed that elections are going on for 36 seats under the local authority of the Legislative Council in the state. After this election, there will be an exercise to appoint a new state president in the party. State Vice President Arvind Kumar Sharma has been made a cabinet minister.
Party’s State General Secretary JPS Rathore and State Vice President Dayashankar Singh have been made Minister of State with independent charge. Therefore, now Rathore and Dayashankar will also not be able to be a part of the organization. The party has also made OBC Morcha state president Narendra Kashyap a minister. Therefore, a new state president will be posted in OBC Morcha as well.
OBC commission will also get new chairman
State OBC Commission Chairman Jaswant Saini has also been made Minister of State in the State Government. Experts say that this will also lead to the appointment of a new chairman in the commission.
Legislative Council elections: Elections will be held on 27 seats, police administration engaged in preparations
Polling will be held on April 9 for 27 of the 36 seats in the Legislative Council of the Local Authorities Constituency. For this, the police administration has intensified the preparations. In the remaining 9 seats, BJP candidates have been declared elected unopposed. According to the information, elections are to be held on 27 seats, where the votes of 95 candidates are at stake. Out of that, six seats are such where there is a face-to-face contest between the SP and the BJP. These seats are Moradabad-Bijnor, Lucknow-Unnao, Bahraich, Kanpur-Fatehpur, Gorakhpur-Maharajganj and Ballia seats.
Ghazipur seat also has only two candidates, but one is from BJP and the other is independent. Samajwadi Party’s Ghazipur candidate had withdrawn his name. The remaining 20 seats have three or more candidates. Maximum 6-6 candidates are in the fray in Pratapgarh, Meerut-Ghaziabad and Deoria seats. Apart from this, there are 5-5 candidates in the seats of Azamgarh-Mau, Allahabad, Agra-Firozabad and Muzaffarnagar-Saharanpur authority area. For the elections in all these seats, the police is making elaborate arrangements for security arrangements. Force will be made available to the districts from the range and zone level.