Lucknow. In Uttar Pradesh, the war of words between political parties in connection with the assembly elections (UP Assembly Election 2022) is intensifying. In this episode, Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has made a big attack on SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. He tweeted to Shaninar and said that Akhilesh Yadav, you neither like the vaccine of Corona, nor do you like the vaccine of forehead!
In his second tweet, Keshav Prasad Maurya talked about the connection of the death of the journalist killed in Saharanpur with the Samajwadi Party. Keshav said, ‘Akhilesh Yadav ji Sudhir Saini, a journalist from Saharanpur who was murdered by SP goons – Farman, Mannam and Jahangir. Why did you keep silence about the killers? Is. Even the first phase of polling has not happened yet. Your goons started showing the trailer. BJP is with Sudhir Saini’s family.
Keshav Prasad Maurya posted the statement on social media.
What is the full schedule of elections in UP
Voting is to be held in seven phases in Uttar Pradesh. It will begin with voting in 58 seats in 11 districts of the western part of the state on February 10. In the second phase, on February 14, voting will be held in 55 seats of the state. Voting for 59 seats in the third phase in Uttar Pradesh, 60 seats in the fourth phase on February 23, 60 seats in the fifth phase on February 27, 57 seats in the sixth phase on March 3 and 54 seats in the seventh phase on March 7. Will happen. At the same time, the results of UP elections will come on March 10.
last election results
In the 2017 assembly elections, the NDA alliance i.e. BJP Plus got a total of 325 seats. Out of these alone, it was successful in winning 312 seats. In the other two parties of the BJP alliance, Apna Dal (S) won nine out of 11 seats and OP Rajbhar’s Bharatiya Suheldev Samaj Party won four out of eight seats. On the other hand, the SP and Congress alliance had to be content with only 54 seats. Congress was able to win only seven seats. Apart from this, the Samajwadi Party won only 47 seats. On the other hand, the BSP had won 19 seats. One seat was given to RLD and 4 seats were in the account of others.