New Delhi. In connection with the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, two meetings of the core committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party have been held so far. Reports say that the meeting held in Delhi on Wednesday lasted for about 14 hours. It ended around 1.35 after midnight, while the meeting held on Tuesday lasted for about 10 hours. In such a situation, the question arises that what is happening in such long meetings? In response to this question, some news has come out quoting sources.
According to the news agency ANI, mainly two-three things have been discussed in these meetings of the BJP Core Committee. First- the circumstances of the disgruntled leaders leaving the party were considered. Also on how to deal with them. Second- The sharing of seats was discussed with the allies contesting with the BJP in the Uttar Pradesh elections. Third- In the seats where BJP candidates are to be fielded, the names of possible candidates were considered. It is said that BJP’s allies – Nishad Party chief Sanjay Nishad and Apna Dal chief Anupriya Patel were also present in this meeting.
According to the news of Hindustan Times, BJP has decided the names of candidates for 172 seats in Uttar Pradesh. Voting on these seats is going to be held in the first three phases. After this, the meeting of the BJP Central Election Committee is going to be held on Thursday. In this, after considering the candidates decided by the core committee, their names will be decided. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also be present in the CEC meeting.
Is Yogi Adityanath going to contest from Ayodhya?
Sources reveal that in the core committee meeting, the name of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been proposed for the candidature from Ayodhya. Yogi Adityanath is also the head of the Goraksha Math of Gorakhpur. He has been a five-time MP from Gorakhpur. At present, he is a member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council.
However, before this, the name of Yogi Adityanath has also run from Mathura assembly seat.
Tags: 2022 Assembly Elections, BJP, UP Assembly Election 2022