UP MLC elections: Why was the nomination of SP candidate Kirti Kol canceled? Akhilesh Yadav opened the secret
The nomination of Samajwadi Party candidate Kirti Kol was canceled in the MLC elections for two seats of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. After which both the BJP candidates won the election. At the same time, SP President Akhilesh Yadav has opened the secret regarding this. The SP had fielded its candidate as Kirti Kol in the election of the council and Kirti Kol's form was canceled in the scrutiny of nomination papers. After which the opposition parties fiercely targeted Akhilesh Yadav.
Now SP President Akhilesh Yadav has disclosed the cancellation of the nomination, and why Kirti Kol's form was canceled. Akhilesh Yadav said that she was winning the election and BJP MLAs were ready to do cross-voting. Asked Akhilesh Yadav about the cancellation of Kirti Kol's nomination, he said that we accept that his nomination was canceled. This is our office's fault. In fact, in the elections held on two seats, two BJP candidates won. However, according to the math of victory, the SP did not have the necessary figures. But despite that SP fielded its candidate.
SP MLA said - a mistake happened
SP MLA Ravidas Mehrotra had said how the paper got canceled. Akhilesh Yadav is taking information about this. He said that Kirti Kol was winning the election and many BJP MLAs were going for cross-voting. After the victory of the BJP in the election of the council, on behalf of the party, Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak and SubhaSP chief Om Prakash Rajbhar targeted Akhilesh Yadav and put him in the dock.
BJP candidate wins the election
Two seats of the Legislative Council were vacant after the death of SP MLC Ahmed Hassan, and Thakur Jaiveer Singh became MLA. Earlier SP did not field a candidate on this. But later Kirti Kol of the ST category was fielded. Through this, the SP tried to give a message to the ST class.