Strike of electricity workers in UP ends, and the next hearing will be held in High Court on this day

Strike of electricity workers in UP ends, and the next hearing will be held in High Court on this day

The election campaign for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat and Rampur and Khatauli assembly seats will come to an end this evening. Today is the last day of the by-election campaign in three seats of UP till 6 pm. Candidates can interact with voters without any frills. Let us tell you that in this way the candidates have very little time left to woo the voters.

There will be campaigning till 5 pm today, then the noise will stop
Voting for the by-election will be held on December 5 and results will come on December 8. All the candidates will be able to hold public meetings till this evening. On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath showed his full power by holding public meetings in Mainpuri and Rampur. At the same time, along with Akhilesh Yadav, Shivpal Yadav, and Azam Khan also campaigned fiercely to make the SP candidates win in the by-elections.

SP-BJP showed strength in Mainpuri and Rampur seats
Voting will be held on December 5 for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat, which fell vacant after the death of Mulayam Singh Yadav, and the Rampur seat, which fell vacant due to the sentencing of Azam Khan, and the Khatauli assembly seat, which fell vacant after former MLA Vikram Saini was disqualified.

In all three seats, publicity will be spread through roadshows, public meetings, and rallies till 5 pm on Saturday. After this, the candidate can do public relations with the voters without any noise.
On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while taking charge of the election campaign for the Rampur Assembly seat and Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat, attacked the SP fiercely.
The SP accused the BJP of rigging the Mainpuri seat in the bypoll. The SP said that the BJP is distributing liquor, sarees, and rupees to win the elections.
Azam Khan's reputation at stake in Rampur seat
SP leader and former MLA Azam Khan campaigned for Samajwadi Party candidate Aseem Raza on Rampur's seat. SP's prestige is at stake in Mainpuri and Rampur seats. SP does not want to leave any stone unturned to win these two seats. On the other hand, on Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath while appealing to the voters in the election rally of BJP candidate Akash Saxena said that BJP's victory will be the guarantee of Rampur's development. Targeting SP leader Azam Khan without naming him, he said that those who wanted to destroy the heritage of Rampur will get a lesson. Here the work of destroying the manuscripts took place.

BSP-Congress did not field candidates in the by-elections
Many other parties including Congress, BSP, and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have not fielded their candidates for the by-elections for the Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat and the Rampur-Khatauli assembly seat to be held on December 5. The Congress had already announced that it would not field its candidates in the by-elections. At the same time, BSP has also not fielded a candidate in the by-election. The party's high command was told to pay attention to the civic elections. In the event of participating in the by-election, the preparations for the civic elections could be affected. That's why no one has been made a candidate here on the orders of the High Command.