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Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections: Voting Will Start From Western UP, Know – Full Program

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The commission has decided to conduct the elections in Manipur in two phases. Under the first phase, on February 27, 38 assembly seats in six districts of the state will vote and under the second phase, on March 3, 22 seats in 10 districts will go to polls.

In Uttar Pradesh, 59 seats in the third phase on February 20, 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 in the seventh phase on March 7. Voting will take place on the seats.

After the last phase of polling on March 7, the counting of votes will be done on March 10.

Notification for the first phase for elections to be held in seven phases in the five states will be issued on January 14 and nominations can be filed till January 21. The scrutiny of nominations will be done till January 24 and it can be withdrawn till January 27. Voting will be held on January 10.

The notification for the second phase will be issued on January 21 and nominations can be filed till January 28. Scrutiny of nominations will be done till January 29 and withdrawal of nominations will be done till January 31. Voting will be held on January 14.

Notification for the third phase will be issued on January 25 and nominations can be filed till February 1. Scrutiny of nominations will be done till February 2 and the last date for withdrawal will be February 4. Voting will be held on February 20.

Notification for the fourth phase will be issued on January 27 and nominations will be filed by February 3. Scrutiny of nominations will be done till February 4 and can be withdrawn till February 7. Voting will be held on February 23.

Notification for the fifth phase will be issued on February 1 and nominations can be filed by February 8, scrutiny of nominations will be done till February 9 and withdrawal can be done till February 11. Voting will be held on February 27.

Notification for the sixth phase will be issued on February 4 and nominations can be filed till February 11. Scrutiny of nominations will be done till February 14 and the last date for withdrawal of nominations will be February 16. Voting will be held on March 3.

Notification for the seventh and final phase will be issued on February 10 and nominations will be filed by February 17. Scrutiny of nominations will be done by February 18 and the date of withdrawal will be February 21. Voting will be held on March 7.

In the five states where election schedules were announced today, except Punjab, the BJP is in power in all other states. Punjab is ruled by Congress. The BJP had an alliance with the Akali Dal for a long time in this sensitive state, but it was broken last year over three controversial agricultural laws issues.

In Punjab, the BJP has tied up with former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s party Punjab Lok Congress and a faction of Akali Dal led by former Union Minister Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa.

Significantly, in the 2017 assembly elections, out of 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party alone won 312 seats and its allies 13, while the main opposition party Samajwadi Party won only 47 seats. In the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections also, the BJP got a massive victory.

In the 2017 UP assembly elections, Bahujan Samaj Party won 19 seats and Congress won seven seats. BJP’s ally Apna Dal (S) won nine seats and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SubhSP) four seats, while Rashtriya Lok Dal and Nishad Party won one seat each.

(Except for the headline, this news has not been edited by the NDTV team, it has been published directly from the Syndicate feed.)

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