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Lok Sabha elections in 2019/ BSP will contest 11 out of 22 seats in western UP, see SP 8, complete list

In the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, there has been an agreement between the seats between the three parties to prevent Narendra Modi’s victory in Uttar Pradesh. Most of the 22 Lok Sabha seats in western UP have gone to the account of Bahujan Samaj Party. BSP will contest eleven seats in western UP Whereas 8 seats are SP and 3 seats RLD.

The National Lok Dal has also joined the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) coalition. In the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, there has been an agreement between the three parties to prevent Narendra Modi’s victory in Uttar Pradesh. On Wednesday, RLD vice-president Jayant Singh had a meeting with Akhilesh Yadav, after which RLD has been given three seats in the state and one of the party’s candidates will be on the election symbol of SP. According to sources, the seat sharing formula has been fixed in all the three Lok Sabha constituencies of West UP.

According to sources, most of the 22 Lok Sabha seats in West UP have gone to the account of Bahujan Samaj Party. Will contest the 11 seats of the West While RLD has been won in SP and 3 seats on 8 seats, the picture is not clear at 56 seats.

BSP will contest election in West UP(Lok Sabha elections in 2019)

Noida (BSP)

Ghaziabad (BSP)

Meerut-Hapur (BSP)

Bulandshahr (BSP)

Agra (BSP)

Fatehpur Sikri (BSP)

Saharanpur (BSP)

Amroha (BSP)

Bijnor (BSP)

Nagina (BSP)

Bijnor (BSP)

SP will contest Lok Sabha elections for these eight seats in West UP

Hathras (SP)

Carana (SP)

Moradabad (SP)

Sambhal (SP)

Rampur (SP)

Mainpuri (SP)

Firozabad (SP)

Eta (SP)

Chaudhary Ajit Singh’s party RLD has joined the SP-BSP combine. The three will contest the elections

Baghpat (RLD)

Muzaffarnagar (RLD)

Mathura (RLD)

Explain that SP and BSP have aligned with forgotten 23 years of mutual hostility. Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati joint press conference on Saturday announced the coalition. On seat sharing, Mayawati had announced that SP-BSP would contest the 38-38 seats out of the 80 Lok Sabha seats in the state. Besides, in the Rae Bareli and Amethi seats, the SP-BSP combine will not make its candidate against the Congress. The remaining 2 seats were reserved for the allies.

In the SP-BSP coalition, the National Lok Dal has been entered as a third party. The SP-BSP combine had asked RLD to give the first two seats, which Ajit Singh was not convinced. They were constantly demanding four seats. On Wednesday, a meeting was held in Lucknow with RLD leader Jayant Chaudhary and SP President Akhilesh Yadav. Meanwhile, the form sharing formula was decided, in which formula for giving RLD to Bagpat, Mathura and Muzaffarnagar seats is fixed. In this way, the RLD will have to give the third seat to the SP from its quota.

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