Congress forms selection committee for UP Assembly by-elections

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The Congress will be in full swing in the Assembly by-elections in Uttar Pradesh. The whole process of selection of candidates in the by-elections will be followed. State President Ajay Kumar Lallu has formed a committee for each seat. By-elections will be held in the state assembly. These include Naogawan Sadat (Amroha), Bulandshahr, Tundla (Firozabad), Swar (Rampur), Bangarmau (Unnao), Ghatampur (Kanpur Dehat), Malhani (Jaunpur) and Deoria Sadar seats. Congress has formed a committee for each seat. The committee will accept applications and selection of candidates.

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The Ghatampur (Su) constituency has been given to former Union Minister Pradeep Jain Aditya, former minister RK Chowdhury and the party’s state vice-president Yogesh Dixit. Former MLAs Ajay Roy, Ram Ziawan and party general secretary Maqsood Khan have been given charge of the Malhani constituency. Former MLA Nadeem Javed, former MP Balakrishna Chauhan and party general secretary Biswajaya Singh, Kanpur Cantt MLA and state vice-president Suhail Akhtar Ansari, former MLA Sanjeev Dariabadi and general secretary Vivekananda Pathak have been given the charge of Deoria Sadar constituency.

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In the Tundla assembly, former minister Nasimuddin Siddiqui, former minister Deepak Kumar and state general secretary Badruddin Qureshi, former MP from Naugawan Sadat, veteran Singh Airan, MLA Naresh Saini, state general secretary Ali Yusuf Ali and Bulandshahr. Congress. General Secretary Bidit Chowdhury Chowdhury will select the candidate. Former MP Rashid Alvi, former MLA Narendra Pal Ganguly and Congress general secretary Brahmarup Sagar have been given charge of the Swar assembly constituency.

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