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BSP to contest Noida Lok Sabha seat, yet to pick candidate

NOIDA: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will contest the Noida Lok Sabha seat towards the BJP within the common election this year and shall be supported through the Samajwadi Party (SP).
The resolution used to be taken at a gathering of the SP that used to be held in Morna village in Sector 35 on Saturday. The Opposition parties, that have been arch opponents as soon as, had remaining month formed a coalition to struggle towards the ruling BJP within the Lok Sabha polls. Both the SP and BSP will contest 38 seats each as a part of the seat-sharing agreement.

While the name of the BSP candidate for Noida is but to be introduced, SP advised all its celebration cadres on Saturday to fortify booth-level paintings in addition to embark on consciousness drives across the district.

“We were told that the Noida Lok Sabha seat shall be given to the BSP in step with the seat-sharing resolution of the SP-BSP coalition formed remaining month. We have unanimously determined to support the verdict and ensure the victory of the BSP candidate from Noida,” mentioned Bir Singh Yadav, the SP district president who led the meeting on Saturday.

The SP president additionally instructed celebration staff to expand their reach to the remotest corners of the district. “We have advised all celebration staff to begin paintings at strengthening the sales space levels across the district. Every sales space of the Noida Assembly seat is being reinforced to ensure the victory of the alliance,” mentioned Devender Gujjar of the SP.

Yadav advised celebration staff to go door-to-door and lift consciousness. “All SP staff were asked to get into the electoral battle mode and reach out to people. We will apprise each circle of relatives of the fake declarations and false promises made through the BJP,” mentioned Yadav.

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