Uttar Pradesh: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy CM Keshav appealed to vote, SP said, “ Get out of the house for change, vote

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Uttar Pradesh: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy CM Keshav appealed to vote, SP said, `` Get out of the house for change, vote Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (Photo Credits: ANI)

Lucknow, 3 November: Voting is going on in seven assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday in the era of Coronavirus infection. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister have appealed to the people to vote. The Samajwadi Party (SP) has spoken out against the ruling party tightly. The Chief Minister wrote through Twitter that, voting has started for the by-elections in 7 assembly seats of Uttar Pradesh. All the respected voters must become participants in this mahaparva of democracy by following precautions related to Kovid. Take all precautions, perform the duty of voting. Democracy will win, Corona will lose.

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya wrote that, byelection, Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly (Naugavan Saadat, Bulandshahar, Tundla, Bangarmau, Ghatampur, Malhani, Deoria) take time to vote for the November 3, 2020 vote, do not shirk your responsibility. Vote with safety from Corona.

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On the other hand, the Samajwadi Party targeted the ruling party without tweeting and wrote that, unemployed youth, troubled farmers, unsafe women, power, health system, poor workers’ poor work, poor, middle class inflation, collapsing law and order, the ruling officials responsible for the outbreak of business today The answer has to be given in voting of by-elections. Get out of the house, vote.

In Uttar Pradesh, the credit of the BJP, as well as the SP, is ruling at the cost of voting for seven assembly seats. BJP has six seats out of seven while SP has one seat. BSP and Congress are also in the fray in this election. While six candidates each of Congress and SP are in the fray, BJP and BSP are beating the seven seats. The SP has submitted the Bulandshahar seat to its ally Rashtriya Lok Dal, while the nomination of the Congress candidate from Tundla reserved seat was rejected.

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