After the elections on 12 seats of UP Legislative Council, the situation has become almost clear. Samajwadi Party has got a big relief due to the rejection of the nomination of Independent candidate Mahesh Chandra Sharma.
Lucknow: Monday was the last day for filing nominations in the elections for 12 seats of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. At the same time, today the Election Commission rejected the form of 13th candidate Mahesh Chandra Sharma.
However, the possibility of this was being expressed earlier. According to the information received so far, the nomination letter of Independent candidate Mahesh Sharma did not have any MLA’s signature as a proposer, due to which his candidature was rejected.
SP’s path cleared due to rejection of form
After the form is rejected, the picture of the MLC election to be held on January 28 is almost clear. The candidates fielded in 12 seats will now be elected unopposed. Although the election process has to be followed, the Election Commission’s decision will be the final decision.
Let us tell you that, the Bharatiya Janata Party has fielded its candidates for 10 seats, they are sure to be elected. At the same time, the confusion over the two members of the Samajwadi Party has also ended due to the independent candidate’s candidature.
BJP’s 10 and SP’s two candidates decided to win
It is worth mentioning that based on the number of MLAs, BJP’s 10 candidates Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma, State President Swatantradev Singh, Kunwar Manvendra Singh, former IAS Arvind Kumar Sharma, Govind Narayan Shukla, Salil Vishnoi, Ashwani Tyagi, Dharmvir Prajapati, Surendra Chaudhary and Laxman Acharya will be elected unopposed.
At the same time, the victory of Ahmed Hassan and Rajendra Chaudhary from the Samajwadi Party is also being decided. After the BJP’s victory, the strength of the party will increase in the Legislative Council but will still stay away from the majority.
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