Lucknow, Mar 10: Regardless of the BJP successful the elections in Uttar Pradesh, 10 ministers from the present Yogi Adityanath’s authorities has suffered defeats within the polls.
Here is the listing of the BJP ministers from UP who misplaced the elections in 2022:
In response to the Election Fee web site, deputy chief minister and BJP candidate from Sirathu Keshav Prasad Maurya misplaced to the Samajwadi Celebration’s Pallavi Patel by 7,337 votes. Patel can be the vp of Apna Dal (Ok), a Samajwadi Celebration ally.
Sugarcane minister Suresh Rana misplaced the Thana Bhawan seat in Shamli district to the RLD’s Ashraf Ali Khan by over 10,000 votes.
One other minister, Chhatrapal Singh Gangwar, was defeated by Ataur Rehman of the Samajwadi Celebration on Baheri seat in Bareilly district by 3,355 votes.
Rural improvement minister Rajendra Pratap Singh alias Moti Singh misplaced the Patti seat in Pratapgarh to the Samajwadi Celebration’s Ram Singh by 22,051 votes.
Chandrika Prasad Upadhyay, one other minister within the Adityanath authorities, misplaced to Anil Kumar of SP in Chitrakoot by 20,876 votes.
Anand Swaroop Shukla misplaced the Bariya seat in Ballia district to Samajwadi Celebration’s Jaiprakash Anchal by 12,951 votes. Shukla had final contested from Ballia seat however was fielded from Bariya seat this time, changing sitting MLA Surendra Singh.
State’s sports activities minister Upendra Tiwari misplaced the Phephna seat in Ballia to Samajwadi Celebration’s Sangram Singh by 19,354 votes.
Minister Ranveer Singh Dhunni was defeated by Usha Maurya of Samajwadi Celebration at Hussain Ganj seat in Fatehpur district by 25,181 votes.
Lakhan Singh Rajput was defeated by Pradeep Kumar Yadav of Samajwadi Celebration on Dibiyapur seat in Auraiya district by 473 votes and the state’s fundamental training minister Satish Chandra Dwivedi was defeated by SP candidate and former speaker of the state meeting Mata Prasad Pande at Itwa seat in Siddharthnagar district by 1,662 votes. PTI
Story first revealed: Friday, March 11, 2022, 1:35 [IST]