UP assembly elections: Amit Shah’s entry in UP after 23 January


Amit Shah is likely to hold several meetings in the state from next week as the party seeks to intensify its election campaign to retain power in the state. Shah will start the state tour after January 23 and he will also hold meetings with the leaders of the organization.

UP Assembly Election 2022: Voting for the first phase of assembly elections in UP is going to start from February 10. Before the elections, all the parties are working to bring maximum vote bank in their favour. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit, who is called Chanakya of BJP, is going to enter UP. Shah is likely to hold several meetings in the state from next week as election time draws near, and the party wants to intensify its election campaign in the state.

Amit Shah’s entry in UP

At the same time, due to Corona, there is a ban on 22 January from organizing public meetings and road shows by the Election Commission. However, in the meantime, different parties including BJP are busy deciding the names of candidates for the assembly elections in five states. Shah will start his Uttar Pradesh tour after Saturday and he will also hold meetings with the leaders of the organisation. According to information received from sources, even if the restrictions remain in force, the Election Commission has given permission to hold meetings in closed places with certain conditions.

Shah got the responsibility of West UP

BJP has given the responsibility of Brij and Western region to Home Minister Amit Shah, before Shah reached Bareilly in the closing ceremony of Jan Vishwas Yatra. Here a strategy was made for 66 seats in 19 districts of Braj region and 71 seats in 14 districts of Western region. Both these areas are in West UP, which has 136 seats. Shah prepared a plan to win 136 assembly seats in UP. Out of this, BJP currently has 108 seats, but in the 2017 elections, BJP lost 28 seats to SP and BSP. Along with maintaining victory on the old seats, Chanakya of BJP has started efforts to capture 28 seats.


West UP is no less than a challenge for BJP?

In fact, the farmers’ movement in western Uttar Pradesh has already created an atmosphere against the BJP. Apart from this, after Meerut and Aligarh, the SP-RLD alliance in different areas of West UP remains a big challenge for the BJP. On the other hand, SP supremo Akhilesh Yadav and RLD national president Chaudhary Jayant Singh are raising the same issues, about which the farmer here is already against the BJP.


44 OBC and 19 SC in BJP’s list

To remove the resentment of the OBC class against the BJP, the BJP has taken a bite. While BJP is trying to woo Dalits and OBCs, on the one hand, the Jat vote bank is also the focus of the BJP. According to sources, veteran leaders of BJP can meet Jat leaders soon. Apart from this, 44 of the BJP candidates are from Other Backward Classes (OBC), while 19 are from Scheduled Castes. Including both the categories, this figure is 60 percent of the total declared candidates. If seen in this way, BJP has compensated Swami Prasad Maurya.


how many candidates of which categoryIf we look at the list of 107 candidates of BJP on the basis of class, then for general category, Brahmins in ten seats, Thakurs on seventeen seats, Vaishyas on eight seats, Punjabis on three, Tyagi on two and two Kayastha candidates have been given tickets. Is. Apart from this, out of 44 OBC candidates, sixteen Jats, seven Gurjars, six Lodhis, five Sainis, one Mauryas, two Shakyas, one Khadagabanshi, one Kurmi, one Kushwaha, one Prajapati, one Yadav and one Nishad category candidate have been given tickets.


Voting for the first phase on February 10

Elections for the 18th Assembly in Uttar Pradesh will be held in seven phases. Voting for the first phase will be held on February 10. After this, voting will be held for the second phase on 14 February, third 20 February, fourth 23 February, fifth 27 February, sixth 3 March and seventh phase on 7 March. Counting of votes will take place on March 10