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Rishika Sahgal | Updated: January 14, that a nationwide mobilisation demanding local rights over forests led to the Forest Rights Act (FRA).” In conversation with Mid-Day,” she says, It was promises galore in every party’s manifesto. while the YSR Congress promised only this and asserted that the farm loans were in excess of Rs 1 lakh crore and could not be waived by anybody,178 (female) and 78 (other community).
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Locals say Azam Khan has changed the face of Rampur City and credit him for his developmental and social initiatives Khan is spoken of with reverence and few openly criticise him" The SP has fielded Naseer Ahmad Khan who has Khan’s backing In the Muslim-dominated constituency of Rampur 12 candidates are in the fray It has a total of 1578951 voters—854877 (male) 723715 (female) and 359 (other community)—who will exercise their right to franchise in 1574 polling booths 4 Sambhal This constituency in Uttar Pradesh grabbed instant headlines when state Minister Azam Khan on 9 April in his war of words with BJP’s Amit Shah allegedly exhorted the electorate in a public rally here to take revenge on the rioters of Muzaffarnagar by pressing the button in the Lok Sabha polls Former Mumbai Police commissioner Satyapal Singh is fighting the polls from this seat on a BJP ticket Sitting MP Shafiq-ur-Rahman Barq (SP) Aqeel-ur-Rehman Khan (BSP) Acharya Pramod Krishnam (Congress) are among other candidates contesting in the seat Sambhal has a total electorate of 1661413 who will vote in 1680 polling booths 5 Amroha Covering the Assembly seats of Dhanaura Naugawan Sadat Amroha Hasanpur and Garhmukteshwar the Amroha parliamentary seat is witnessing a divide between Jats and Muslims It is currently held by Rashtriya Lok Dal MP Devendra Nagpal All total 15 candidates will fight the political battle in this seat There are 1518549 voters in this seats The Election Commission has facilitated for 1568 polling booths Read more:UP polls: Expect no pause in communal hate rhetoric 6 Badaun A report in The Economic Times aptly defines the nature of this constituency in western Uttar Pradesh It said: " This constituency has not seen a ‘local’ Parliamentarian in the last three decades as ‘outsiders’ fielded by major political parties have represented it since 1984 The last time this constituency elected a local was in 1980: Asrar Ahmad of Congress" SP’s Dharmendra Yadav who is the incumbent MP is seeking a re-election and will contest 22 others Badaun covers the Assembly seats of Gunnaur Bisauli Sahaswan Bilsi and Badaun 7 Aonla The Assembly seats of Shekhupur Dataganj Faridpur Bithari Chainpur and Aonla are under the Lok Sabha seat of Aonla In the 15th Lok Sabha this seat is represented by BJP’s Maneka Gandhi who will now contest the polls this time from Pilibhit In 2009 the Congress had not put up a candidate against the estranged daughter-in-law of the Gandhi family The BJP has fielded Dharmendra Kumar Kashyap this time who was a Samajwadi Party candidate from the same seat He had lost the 2009 polls to Maneka Gandhi Congress’ Saleem Iqbal Shervani SP’s Kunwar Sarvraj Singh and Sunita Shakya from the BSP will also try their luck from Aonla There are 13 candidates in the fray from this seat with a total electorate of 1611178 voters This comprises of 896147 (male) 715005 (female) and 26 from the other community Voters will be using 1745 polling booths on 17 April — the day of voting 8 Bareilly Represented by Congress MP Praveen Singh Aron Bareilly has not enjoyed the same fame as its near-namesake Rae Bareli except for its recurrent riots in the last two years It captured the headlines when cleric Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan expressed his support to the BSP claiming that Mayawati’s party is best capable of stopping communalism Former BJP MP Santosh Gangwar from this seat (1989-2009) is also contesting making it a tough contest between the Congress and the BJP With the Muslim vote likely to be divided only time will tell who will have the last laugh in Bareilly This parliamentary seat envelops the Assembly seats of Meerganj Bhojipura Nawabganj Bareilly and Bareilly Cantt Apart from Aron who is seeking re-election there are 13 others ready to prevent him from doing that The 1604106 comprises of 879761 (male) 724308 (female) and 37 (other community) voters The constituency will have 1645 polling booths 9 Pilibhit This is a Gandhi bastion not of the Congress but of the BJP Maneka Gandhi chose to return to the constituency which she represented from 1989 to 2009 In the last Lok Sabha election she had vacated it for her son Varun which he won by a record margin getting 419489 votes With the return of Maneka Varun has been shifted to Sultanpur Of late with the warring Gandhis constantly keeping the nation’s media busy it will be riveting to see if Maneka can win the seat again There is quiet disappointment on the ground that she did little for the region in all these years Unlike 2009 the Congress is putting up a candidate against Maneka this time Sanjay Kapoor wil fight the polls in Pilibhit on a Congress ticket Pilibhit has 12 candidates contesting against each other and 1637672 voters to choose the winner 10 Shahjahanpur The second Scheduled Caste constituency in Thursday’s round of polls in Uttar Pradesh Shahjahanpur is currently held by Samajwadi Party’s Mithilesh Kumar Kumar is seeking a re-election and will face 12 other candidates in the fray All prominent parties—BJP AAP Congress and BSP—have put up candidates in the seat Shahjahanpur covers the Assembly seats of Katra Jalalabad Tilhar Powayan Shahjahanpur and Dadraul It has the biggest number of electorate among all constituencies in Uttar Pradesh that are going to votes on Thursday The strength of the electorate is 1923767 voters who will vote in 2233 polling booths 11 Kheri In the present Lok Sabha this seat belongs to Zafar Ali Naqvi of the Congress Naqvi will fight the polls from the same seat and will face 10 other contestants in the battle Ravi Prakash Verma of the Samajwadi Party who is a three-time MP from the seat but lost in 2009 will try to regain his seat The BJP has fielded Ajay Mishra and Arvind Giri is the BSP candidate There are 11 candidates contesting from the seat It covers the Assembly seats of Palia Nighasan Gola Gokrannath Sri Nagar and Lakhimpur a resident of Jivraj Park, download Indian Express App More Related News 2017 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