Highlights

  • Aditi Singh has been included in the latest BJP list.
  • BJP has fielded 14 women candidates
  • Nitin Agarwal came from SP, candidate from Hardoi

Lucknow Answer: Almost all the parties have fielded their candidates since the announcement of 2022 Assembly Election Dates. Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday announced the list and announced candidates for 85 assembly seats. In which 14 women candidates have got place. Aditi Singh, who recently quit the Congress and joined the BJP, has been given a ticket from Rae Bareli Sadar. Former IPS Asim Arun, who recently joined the BJP, has also been fielded from Kannauj.

Rely on outsiders
The BJP has fielded Aditi Singh from Congress, Hariom Yadav from Rae Bareli, Hariom Yadav, a friend of Mulayam Singh Yadav from Sirsaganj, Nitin Agarwal from Hardoi SP, Ramvir Upadhyay from BSP from Sadabad and Asim Arun, a former IPS officer from Kannauj. The BJP has so far announced 195 candidates for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
List of BJP candidates
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Hathras Safe – Anjula Mahor
Sadabad – Ramvir Upadhyay
Alexander: – Birender Singh Rana
Tundla – Prempal Singh
Dhangar Jasrana – Manvendrasinh Lodhi
Firozabad – Manish Asija
Shikohabad- Omprakash Varma Nishad
Sirsaganj- Hariom Yadav
Kasganj- Devendra Singh Lodhi
Aliganj- Satyapal Singh Rathore
Eta- Vipin Verma David
Mainpuri- Jayveer Singh
Bhongao – Ram Naresh Agnihotri
Pilibhit – Sanjay Gangwar
Barkheda- Swami Prakshananda
Puranpur – Baburam Paswan
Bisalpur- Vivek Verma
Jalalabad- Hari Prakash Verma
Tilhar Salona- Kushwaha
Dadraul – Manvendra Singh
Paliya – Harvinder Romi Sahni
Nigasan – Shashank Verma
Gola Gorakhnath – Arvind Giri
Srinagar- Manju Tyagi
Dhaurahara – Vinod Shankar Awasthi
Lakhimpur- Yogesh Verma
Costa- Saurabh Singh Sonu
Mohammadi – Lokendra Pratap Singh
Hargaon – Suresh Rahi
Laharpur – Sunil Verma
Seva – Gyan Tiwari
Mahmudabad- Asha Maurya
Misrikh – Ramakrishna Bhargava
Sawaijpur- Madhavendra Pratap Ranu
Shahbad- Rajni Tiwari
Hardoi- Nitin Agarwal
Gopamah – dark light
Sandi – Prabhas Verma
Bilgram Mallawan – Ashish Singh Ashu
Balamau – Rampal Verma
Sandila – Alka Arkavanshi
Bangarmal – Srikanth Katiyar
Safipur – Bamba Lal Divakar
Mohan – Brijesh Rawat
Unnao – Pankaj Gupta
Purva- Anil Singh
Harchandpur- Rakesh Singh
Rae Bareli – Aditi Singh
Amrutpur – Sushil Kumar Shakya
Farrukhabad – Major Sunil Dutt Dwivedi
Bhojpur- Nagendra Singh Rathore
Chibram: – Archana Pandey
Tirva – Kailash Singh Rajput
Kannauj – Asim Arun
Etawah – Sarita Bhadauria
Bidhuna – Rhea Shakya
Dibiapur – Lakhansinh Rajput
Akbarpur Rania – Pratibha Shukla
Sikandra – Ajit Pal
Bilhaur – Rahul Bachcha Sonkar
Bithur – Abhijit Sanga
Kalyanpur – Neelima Katiyar
Govindnagar- Surendra Maithani
Sesame: – Salil Vishnoi
Aryanagar- Suresh Awasthi
Kidwai Nagar- Mahesh Trivedi
Kanpur Cantt- Raghunandan Bhadauria
Maharajpur – Satish Mahana
Madhogarh- Moolchandra Niranjan
Orai – Gauri Shankar Varma
Babina – Rajiv Paricha
Jhansinagar- Ravi Sharma c
Rautha – Jawahar Rajput
Lalitpur- Ramratan Kushwaha
Mehrauni – Manohar Lal ‘Mannu’ Cory
Rath – Manisha Anuragi
Mahoba – Rakesh Goswami
Charkhari – Bridge Bhushan Rajput
Baberu – Ajay Patel
Naraini – Ommani Varma
Banda – Prakash Dwivedi
Fatehpur- Vikram Singh
Aya Shah – Vikas Gupta
Hussainganj- Ranvendra Pratap Singh Dhunni
Khaga – Krishna Paswan

UP Assembly elections will be held in 7 phases
The dates for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2022 have been announced for 403 seats in 7 phases in the state, with the first phase of polling to be held on February 10. On the other hand, the second phase of polling is scheduled for February 14, the third phase for voting on February 20, the fourth phase for voting on February 23, the fifth phase for voting on February 27, the sixth phase for voting on March 3 and 7 and the last phase. On March 7. The counting will take place on March 10.

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