Yogi Adityanath likely to be sworn in as UP CM on March 25
An office-bearer of Uttar Pradesh BJP said that the swearing-in ceremony of Adityanath as the next Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is likely to be held on March 25 evening. "Earlier, there was a plan to hold the swearing-in ceremony on March 21 but the date has been changed. Preparation for the grand swearing-in ceremony for the second term of Yogi Adityanath is in full swing at Ekana stadium in the state capital on March 25," he said.
Akhilesh's Holi to be on a grander scale in Sefai
The Yadav clan is celebrating Holi in a big way at a special pandal erected in their native village of Sefai. The celebrations are being planned on a large scale because of the fact that the party has improved its performance to a great extent in the recently concluded Assembly elections.
Why not 'Lakhimpur Files' now? asks Akhilesh
Akhilesh's comment came in response to a question by reporters on the sidelines of a function in Sitapur on Wednesday. "Your Sitapur is a neighbouring district of Lakhimpur Kheri. If a movie has come upon Kashmir, then a film can be made on Lakhimpur Kheri incident also," Akhilesh said.On October 3, 2021, violence erupted in Lakhimpur Kheri district after an SUV allegedly belonging to son of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra 'Teni', mowed down four farmers and a journalist.
BJP demolished SP bastions with 'Labharti' voters
The Etawah assembly seat has been won by the BJP's Sarita while Jaiveer Singh of the BJP has won the Mainpuri assembly seat. In Etah, it is again the BJP which has won the seat while Firozabad - which is the bastion of Prof Ram Gopal Yadav - has been won by the BJP's Manish Asija. Kannauj, that was said to be the strongest Samajwadi area, has also been wrested by first timer and former IPS officer Aseem Arun.
'Assembly results show BJP’s seats can be reduced': Akhilesh Yadav breaks silence on SP's crushing defeat in UP polls
“We have shown that the BJP's seats can be reduced. The fall for the BJP will continue. Half of the misunderstanding has gone, the other half will go too,” the SP chief wrote on twitter. He further said that his party increased its vote-share by 1.5 times and the assembly seats by 2.5 times and thanked the people of the state who voted for him. “Our struggle for public welfare will continue,” he further wrote.
5 major reasons behind BJP's spectacular victory in Uttar Pradesh
The results of the high-voltage 2022 UP Assembly elections are out and the people of the state have given a thumping majority to the Yogi-Adityanath led BJP government. This massive mandate is seen as a thumbs-up for the governance rendered by CM Yogi Adityanath over the course of the past five years. Hence, it becomes critical for us to understand reasons behind this huge victory.
BJP leading in 241 seats in UP, SP ahead in 103
The ruling BJP was leading in 241 seats and Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party (SP) was ahead in 103 constituencies in Uttar Pradesh, the Election Commission trends on Thursday showed. Early vote share percentages showed -- BJP has 42.31 per cent votes counted, SP 31.70 per cent, RLD 3.36 per cent, BSP 12.88 per cent and Congress 2.56 per cent.