By-elections UP Assembly: Yogi took charge to win the assembly by-elections

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Apart from BJP, ministers from allied parties have also been included in the team of ministers. Two ministers have been given responsibility on some seats and one on some. Organization officials will also be deployed with them.

Lucknow. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has himself taken charge of the front to wash away the stain of not getting the desired number of seats in the Lok Sabha elections. Yogi is devising a strategy to push the opposition on the backfoot once again by securing a big victory in the by-elections to be held on 10 assembly seats of the state. Especially, the elections held on Karhal, which was left vacant after Akhilesh Yadav’s victory, and Milkipur assembly seat which was vacated after the resignation of SP leader Awadhesh Prasad, who was elected MP from Ayodhya Lok Sabha, are being taken seriously. Yogi has devised a strategy to retain his share of five seats out of these 10 as well as win the remaining five seats. The Chief Minister himself has taken the command of the by-elections in his hands. He has deployed a team of 16 ministers on all 10 seats and has given them the responsibility to ensure victory. The status of these ministers will increase or decrease only on the results of these seats.

Apart from BJP, ministers from allied parties have also been included in the team of ministers. Two ministers have been given responsibility on some seats and one on some. Organization officials will also be deployed with them. Actually, by winning all the 10 seats in the by-election, BJP wants to heal the wounds of the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections. Therefore, ministers have been asked to stay in the areas from now on to register victory at any cost. At the same time, seeing the possibility of announcement of the dates of the by-elections soon, the rush for tickets has also started in BJP. Leaders who have become MPs from MLAs are busy getting tickets for a member of their family. At the same time, many former MPs and MLAs are also involved in the race for tickets.

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