stage set for rs polls in 6 states for 25 seats, jaitley also in fray

by:Marslite     2019-09-13
On Friday, Rajya Sabha will vote for the remaining 25 seats in six states, including Uttar Pradesh, where, BJP actually got 8 of the 10 seats given the newly discovered bonhomie between the former major rival SP and BSP, grabbing an extra seat.
The 58 Rajya Sabha seats to be filled were announced on March 15 that 33 candidates from 10 states were elected without objection.
Seven trade union ministers including Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar.
In addition to the position of finance minister Arun Jaitley in the competition, West Bengal, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Telangana will also
One hour after the end of the vote, counting the votes began at five o\'clock P. M.
There will also be a by-election for a seat in Kerala, on this seat, left-
Support Candidate for Sharad Yadav faction of Janata Dal
Manchester United are competing with Congress\'s Pablo Prasad.
Mathematically speaking, the ruling BJP can easily win eight of the 10 seats in Uttar Pradesh. The four-
MLA was in Amit Shah, chairman of the BJP, and Apna Dal-
Together with nine MLAs, Sonelal decided to vote for the candidate nominated by the BJP.
\"We stand with the BJP.
We have had an MLAs meeting and decided that we will strongly support the BJP, \"President of the state of Apna Dal
Said Patel.
A total of 11 candidates competed for 10 seats.
BJP and its allies lost 324 of their 403-
The General Assembly recently died in a road accident.
In order to win, the candidate needs 37 priority tickets.
Mathematically speaking, the BJP can easily win 8 out of 10 seats and will receive 28 remaining votes.
\"There will be competition for the ninth seat,\" said a senior up bjp leader . \" He expressed confidence that the saffron party will win nine seats.
The Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party also seem sure to win one seat each.
SP\'s presence is BSP Bhimrao Ambedkar, which is no longer Bachchan.
With 19 MLAs and the BSP missing 18 first priority tickets, the son of Naresh Agarwal Nitin may cross
Voting for the BJP, this task will become difficult for candidates in Maya Vati --led party.
BSP insiders say mariavati is more certain about victory and she has found a list of SP\'s loyal MLAs that will be voted for by her party candidates.
They say she is also counting on some independent MLAs, though they haven\'t revealed their cards yet.
Aboard SP\'s new bonhomie, Mayawati is counting on 10 remaining votes from the Akhilesh Yadav party, with the magic number of 37 votes in addition to seven votes from Congress and one vote from Rashtriya Lok Dal.
However, if Nitin Agarwal votes to BJP, he can change the position of BSPs.
Naresh Agarwal, who recently withdrew from SP and joined the BJP, said his son would vote for the saffron party in the Rajya Sabha poll.
The country\'s most populous state has sent 31 members to 245 people.
Members of Rajya Sabha and the BJP, who won great victories in 2017 parliamentary elections, have yet to gain the largest share in these elections.
At present, the BJP has 58 members of Raja Saba.
Other people in the competition besides Jaitley are Ashok Bajpai, Vijay Pal Singh Tomar, Sakal Deep Rajbhar, Kanta Kardam, Anil Jain
Six candidates, including congressional nominee Abhisek Manu Singhvi, are vying for five Rajya Sabha seats in West Bengal.
The state\'s ruling TMC decided to support the distinguished lawyer.
Five candidates on the election stage in Karnataka won four seats.
The state\'s governing Congress has sent three candidates, and the BJP and JD each have one --S.
Jharkhand will also hold elections for two seats, with three candidates taking part, including the state\'s ruling BJP and one in Congress.
Every candidate for the ruling BJP and the main opposition parliament will be at odds for Chhattisgarh\'s only Rajya Sabha seat.
Four candidates will try their luck at Telangana, where a vote for three seats will be held.
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