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UP Vidhan Sabha Election Schedule Date Result 2017


Latest update of UP Uttar Pradesh Election Schedule Poll Phase wise Date Counting Result 2017 of different Constituencies. UP Vidhan Sabha/ Assembly Election Election Result Nomination poll date schedule

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The Election Commission of India (ECI) announced the Uttar Pradesh Election Schedule 2017. The ECI declared to conduct the election session in the five states including Uttar Pradesh. The Chief Election Commissioner, Nasim Zaidi declared that the model code of conduct shall be implemented which every political member must follow.

Uttar Pradesh, being the largest state of nation is certainly a crucial task for ECI. The Election Commission on 4th January declared that polling session in the state of Uttar Pradesh will be accomplished in seven phases. These phases will be conducted on different dates covering different regions.

Uttar Pradesh Election Schedule Poll Result Dates 2017

UP Vidhan Sabha Election schedule 2017 – First phase will be conducted on the 11th of February 2017. Other phase are 15, 19, 23 and 27th February and 4th March 2017. The final phase will be accomplished on the 8th of March 2017.

There a total of 403 seats that will be vacant on 27th May due to end of term of office. New members for these 403 constituencies will be elected once the election will be accomplished.

In Uttar Pradesh, the political spice has been enhancing day by day since last year. This hullaballoo escalated in the last 6 months. Samajwadi party (SP) is the present ruling party of Uttar Pradesh. The clash of titans, son Akhilesh Yadav and father Mulayam Singh has brought Samajwadi Party in a topsy-turvy situation.

This conflict within the party has made the UP politics more exciting. In UP state the opposition political parties definitely see it as an opportunity to become stronger than SP. The major parties apart from SP are: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress (INC). The opposition parties have begun to corner the ruling party SP over the issue of instability.

There are sources that tell an alliance between SP and Congress party may be witnessed. There are many other ways adopted by the political parties to woo the voters. The parties are alleging each other and promising a great future.

UP Election 2017 Political Party

Parties are communicating their future prospects through rallies, door to door campaigns, road shows etc. the UP Elections are equally important for the BSP and BJP party. BSP wants to retain the throne of UP which it had lost in the last UP Vidhan Sabha Election 2017.

BJP on the other hand also desires to enter strongly into the UP politics. BJP is portraying the face of Prime Minister Modi who also addressed a rally in Lucknow recently. SP has the face of Akhilesh yet the conflict between fathr and son may put an adverse effect on the voters.

BSP is trying to gain confidence of voters with Mayawati as the face of party. UP Vidhan Sabha Election 2017 is not going to be an easy task for the voters also.

The ECI has announced that the code of election should be followed. The activities of the political parties will be under the supervision of officials. There will be security personnel deployed particularly till the polling is accomplished.

The UP Vidhan Sabha Election Result 2017 of the poll will be publicized on 11th March 2017. UP will finally get its new government and an end to the present political heat and excitement

Updated: March 6, 2017 — 11:17 am
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