UP Vidhan Parishad polls: Three SP aspirants enter fray
Lucknow: Three Samajwadi Party candidates
on Saturday entered the fray for biennial elections to Uttar Pradesh
Legislative Council slated for June 10.
Former Minister Balram Yadav, sitting MLC Yaswant
Singh and Shyam Sunder Das Nishad, all SP candidates, filed
their nominations before the Returning Officer.
Chief Minister Mayawati and seven other BSP candidates
had already filed their papers.
Elections will be held for 13 Vidhan Parishad seats
which will fall vacant on July six.
Five of these seats are held by the Samajwadi Party,
two each by the BSP, the BJP and the RLD and one by the
One seat fell vacant following the death of BJP MLC
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