BJP set to drop more than 100 seating MLAs

UP, 1/10: In an apparent bid to counter any possible anti-incumbency, BJP is likely to deny re-nomination to over one hundred sitting legislators in the forthcoming Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, scheduled to be held in March next year.



According to the sources in the state BJP in Lucknow, the saffron party has decided not to re-nominate the MLAs, who have not been active or with whom the party workers and leaders in their respective assembly constituencies are not happy.

Those above the age of seventy and also those, who have been making statements against the state government, will not be repeated,” a senior UP BJP leader said



Comments are closed.