NEW DELHI: Bahujan Samaj Party’s initial list of 11 possibilities for UP has Lok Sabha in-charges as celebration candidate, as per a celebration tradition.
However, in Aonla and Amroha, a celebration has fielded new candidates. In Amroha, BSP has fielded Danish Ali, who was with a JDS and assimilated a celebration usually final week. He will plea BJP MP Kanwar Singh Tanwar.
In Aonla, BSP has fielded former Bijnor SP MLA Ruchi Veera, where a sizeable electorate go to a Vaishya community. Veera had assimilated a BSP in Jan and was in-charge of Bijnor. However, a celebration after transposed her with Iqbal Thekedar, who was sloping to be a BSP claimant in Bijnor. Thekedar mislaid a sheet in a final impulse to Malook Nagar. Party insiders pronounced that given BSP has Muslim possibilities in Saharanpur and Amroha, Thekedar was transposed to change a standing equation in western UP.
Gurjars have good race in several seats in UP. In Bijnor, Gurjars roughly comment for 1 lakh votes. BSP is banking on 5 lakh Muslims and 3 lakh Dalit votes and a Gurjar claimant to build an unbeatable standing equation.
In Sharanpur, Haji Fazlur Rahman will be a BSP claimant to take on BJP MP Raghav Lakhanpal and Imran Masood of a Congress. BSP has fielded Girish Chandra in Nagina. Chandra had come third in 2014, behind BJP and SP in 2014. In Agra, BSP has fielded Manoj Sonia, who contested from Hathras in 2014 and was a runner-up. Since Hathras has left to a SP, Soni has been shifted to Agra.
In Fatehpur Sikri, BSP has fielded Rajveer Singh after Seema Upadhyay, a expected claimant who won a chair in 2009, defeating Congress personality Raj Babbar, refused to contest. Seema is a mother of comparison BSP personality Ramveer Upadhyay.
Rajveer Singh is a Delhi-based marble merchant innate in Rajasthan, who has been in BSP for long. It has fielded Satbir Nagar in Gautam Buddh Nagar opposite Union apportion Mahesh Sharma, Yogesh Verma in Bulandshahr, Ajit Balyan in Aligarh and Haji Mohammad Yakoob in Meerut.
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