Ayodhya. In view of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, the eyes are on the distribution of tickets from the leader to the public. On which candidate each party is betting for the coming assembly elections, it is a matter of discussion for everyone. The BJP, which is preparing to repeat the victory again in the upcoming elections, has also released the list of its candidates. The most important thing about this list is that the BJP has reposed maximum trust in its old tested candidates. If the list is analyzed, the BJP has again given tickets to its sitting MLAs. BJP has also expressed confidence in its old leader from Ayodhya seat in the new list. BJP has made Ved Prakash its candidate from Ayodhya.
Talking about Ayodhya in this episode, some fresh names have come to the fore who are currently sitting on the MLA’s chair. Among them, Ved Prakash Gupta from Ayodhya, Aarti Tiwari from Gosaiganj, Amit Singh from Bikapur, Ramchandra Yadav from Rudauli and Baba Gorakhnath from Milkipur are BJP’s candidates. The BJP has not given preference to the alliance in Ayodhya district. Apart from this, Bablu Singh was asking for ticket from Bikapur from Nishad party but he has not been given ticket, due to which he is very disappointed.
old people know everything
The BJP has targeted the election in two ways by giving tickets to its sitting MLAs again. One, the sitting MLA has been given a chance again, due to which his faith in the party has deepened. Because of this, he will make every effort to win the party. Apart from this, the plus point with sitting MLAs is that they are well aware of the ground realities of the particular area. In such a situation, it will be easy for them to once again attract the people of that area in the elections.
BJP has declared Vedprakash Gupta as its candidate from Ayodhya. (News 18 Hindi)
Names of 91 candidates appeared
Significantly, on Friday, the names of 91 candidates have been released by the BJP. All of them will try their luck in the upcoming assembly elections on BJP ticket. Significantly, the first phase of polling in UP will be held on February 10. In this, voting will be held in 58 seats in 11 districts of the western part of UP. After this, the second phase of polling will be held on February 14. In the second phase, voting will be held for 55 seats.
Yogi had an offer for Ayodhya
Ever since the news of CM Yogi getting ticket from Gorakhpur seat has come, the question is in everyone’s mind that why he did not choose Ayodhya. Yogi himself has given an explanation about this recently. Yogi has said that he also had an offer for Ayodhya seat. He said, ‘Our abode is in Ayodhya, our faith is from Ayodhya. I have been associated with Ayodhya movement for three generations. My ancestors are connected. The Ayodhya movement starts from Gorakhpeeth and I do not go to Ayodhya for political reasons. I go with faith, I go to solve the problems of the devotees. By developing tourism facilities, I go to Ayodhya in terms of employment.