UP By-Election 2022 BJP Candidate Raghuraj Singh Shakya First Reaction On Samajwadi Party Dimple Yadav From Mainpuri Bypolls | Raghuraj Shakya’s first reaction on contesting against Dimple, said
UP By-Election 2022: The BJP on Tuesday announced the names...
UP By-Election 2022: The BJP on Tuesday announced the names of its candidates for Mainpuri, Rampur and Khatauli Bypoll seats in Uttar Pradesh. BJP has made Raghuraj Singh Shakya its candidate for Mainpuri by-election. While Akhilesh Yadav’s wife Dimple Yadav has become the candidate from the Samajwadi Party. BJP candidate’s first reaction has come on contesting election against Dimple Yadav.
BJP candidate Raghuraj Shakya said, “The party has given me a huge responsibility. I thank PM Modi, CM Yogi and the party. The people of the country will work for change. The people of Mainpuri are ready for change. People here too Ram will work to establish the state. There is a government of good governance in the state. It has been proved in Azamgarh, Rampur and Gola by-elections. BJP will work to win the elections here. The rule of kings and maharajas will end now. Till then the goons will raise the matter of the state.”
BJP announced candidates for Mainpuri, Rampur and Khatauli bypolls, know who got ticket
Candidate from Rampur
BJP’s Central Election Committee on Tuesday announced the name of the candidate for the UP by-elections. BJP has given ticket to Raghuraj Shakya against Samajwadi Party candidate Dimple Yadav in Mainpuri by-election. Apart from this, BJP has made Akash Saxena its candidate for the by-election on Rampur assembly seat.
While in Muzaffarnagar’s Khatauli assembly by-election, BJP has made Rajkumari Saini a candidate. Rajkumari Saini is the wife of former Khatauli MLA Vikram Singh Saini. Whereas RLD has nominated Madan Bhaiya from the SP alliance on this seat. Let us tell you that nominations will be done on Mainpuri and Khatauli seats till November 17. While the nomination for the Rampur seat will be done by November 18. Voting will be held on all these seats on December 5.