New Delhi: The assignment papers of Congress possibilities in Ambedkar Nagar, Bansgaon and Balia have been deserted on opposite grounds, heading to a approach competition between a SP-BSP-RLD fondness and BJP in a seats. The celebration had fielded possibilities in all 27 seats of UP where polls are to be hold in a final dual phases.
Congress’ Ambedkar Nagar claimant was Ummed Singh Nishad, a widower of former MP Phulan Devi, who had recently assimilated a Congress. “This is a swindling opposite me. we had devoted my lawyers completely. If any mainstay was blank, they could have sensitive me and we would have filled it. They deserted it since we ticked ‘not applicable’ in mainstay ‘joint family’, after mentioning 5 family members in another column,” Ummed Singh told ET. He has filed a censure with a Election Commission.
“PM Modi’s assignment papers in Varanasi have some-more errors, though cave was cancelled,” he alleged. The assignment papers of Balia claimant Amarjeet Yadav was deserted after he wrote ‘not applicable’ in a ‘income’ column. According to a Congress source, a celebration had allotted a chair to Babu Singh Kushwaha’s Jan Adhikar Party.
A day before nomination, it was found that a celebration was unknowingly that a chair was allotted to it. Things had to be finished in a precipitate for Yadav, who had assimilated a Congress from Samajwadi Party recently, and who filed his assignment on a final day.
In Bansgaon, Congress had announced late IPS officer Kush Saurabh as a candidate. He had started campaigning in a subdivision too. “On a day of nomination, we was told all was fine. The subsequent day, we perceived a notice that we had not submitted a ‘no conflict certificate’ from a organization (government) we had worked,” Saurabh told ET. “I had late on Dec 31, 2018, perceived my wages and have been sketch a grant regularly. If there were dues, how would we get a pension,” he asked.
He pronounced that he filed an confirmation indicating this out and replied to queries lifted by a returning officer on Apr 29, 3 days after his nomination. “On Apr 30, we was there in a ADM bureau compartment 4 pm and was told all was fine. My counsel was there compartment 7 pm and zero happened. However, in a night, they sensitive a media that my assignment was rejected. we was not even informed,” he said.
Kush after approached a Allahabad high court, that refused to hear his petition. “I am now campaigning for a celebration and will record an choosing petition once polls are over,” he said. In Bansgaon and Ambedkar Nagar, BSP nominees are a grand alliance’s choices, while in Balia, it is a SP claimant who is contesting opposite a BJP.
BJP had won 24 of UP’s 14 and 13 Lok Sabha seats that go to polls in a remaining phases on Sunday and May 19, respectively, including a 3 seats. Its fan Apna Dal won dual and a Samajwadi Party won a Azamgarh seat.