UP Election 2022 Live: Voting is going on in 59 seats of Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sitapur, Hardoi, Fatehpur, Banda and Unnao. Read all the news related to voting here.
37.45% voting till 1 pm in the fourth phase of UP
Banda – 37.60 percent
Fatehpur – 40.17 percent
Hardoi – 34.45 percent
Cucumber – 40.97 percent
Lucknow – 35.09 percent
Pilibhit – 41.21 percent
Rae Bareli – 40.14 percent
Sitapur – 36.84%
Unnao – 35.01 percent
SP’s allegation- BJP MLA threatened to kill voters at polling booth
Samajwadi Party has tweeted a video and alleged that BJP MLAs are threatening to kill voters by coming to the polling booth in Hargaon Assembly 147 of district Sitapur.
Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni casts his vote in Lakhimpur Kheri
Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni casts his vote at a polling booth in Lakhimpur Kheri.
PM Modi appeals to voters to cast valuable votes
Amidst the fourth phase of voting in UP, PM Modi said, ‘Today is the fourth round of voting in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. I urge all the voters to make their contribution in strengthening the democracy by using their valuable votes.
BSP Chief Mayawati casts her vote in Lucknow
Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati came out of the house early in the morning and cast her vote at a polling station in Lucknow. BSP chief Mayawati said, there is an appeal to the voters that everyone must use their vote. One vote is required. Must vote for democracy.
What did CM Yogi say before voting started in UP?
Before the start of the fourth phase of voting, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on KOO, ‘Today is the fourth phase of UP Vidhan Sabha elections-2022. For a fear-free, riot-free, crime-free, corruption-free state, all respected voters must exercise their franchise to make Uttar Pradesh of their dreams a developed and secure state. So keep in mind… first vote then refreshment…’
The biggest issue is of nationalism, it is a battle of ideology: BJP candidate
BJP candidate from Sarojini Nagar in Lucknow, Rajeshwar Singh said, BJP will win every booth in this assembly. The biggest issue is of nationalism, it is a fight of ideology, the mafia, they are being made to contest elections from jail, the public will not tolerate it. People in large numbers come out of their homes and vote.
Voting begins for the fourth phase of UP elections
Voting has started in 59 seats in 9 districts for the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. In the 2017 assembly elections, 51 of these 59 seats were won by the BJP and one seat was won by its ally Apna Dal (S). It is a big challenge for BJP to repeat this performance.
Minister Brajesh Pathak worshiped before the fourth phase of polling
Minister Brajesh Pathak performs puja at his residence ahead of the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. Brajesh Pathak said, “Since morning the voter is ready to vote for BJP. Worshiped at home and will also go to temple. Appeal to everyone to come out of their homes and vote.”
Police preparedness increased in Lakhimpur Kheri
Police preparedness has been increased in Lakhimpur Kheri for the fourth phase of polling. Force has been deployed on 104 companies of CAPF, 10000 Civil Police and Home Guard, Nepal Border. The boarders have been sealed. This information has been given by Lakhimpur Kheri SP Sanjeev Suman.
Today the reputation of these giants is also at stake
From Sarojini Nagar seat, BJP has fielded former ED officer Rajeshwar Singh by cutting the ticket of state government minister Swati Singh. In the Sadar assembly seat of Rae Bareli, the parliamentary constituency of Sonia Gandhi, the BJP has made Congress MLA Aditi Singh its candidate. From Hardoi Sadar assembly seat, BJP has made SP MLA and former Deputy Speaker of Uttar Pradesh Assembly Nitin Agarwal its candidate. Naresh Agarwal’s son Nitin Agarwal has won the assembly elections thrice and is standing in the electoral fray for the fourth time. Apart from these veterans, the reputation of BJP’s state general secretary Amarpal Maurya is also at stake in the Unchahar assembly seat.
Reputation of many ministers of Yogi government at stake
In the fourth phase of elections in UP, the reputation of Modi government ministers Ajay Mishra Teni and Kaushal Kishor, as well as many ministers of the Yogi government and veteran BJP leaders are at stake. Voting is to be held on Wednesday in the upcoming assemblies in the parliamentary constituencies of Union ministers Rajnath Singh, Ajay Mishra Teni and Kaushal Kishor. Brajesh Pathak, the Law Minister of the Yogi government and one of the big Brahmin leaders of BJP, is contesting from Lucknow Cantt Assembly. Pathak won the election from Lucknow Central last time but BJP has changed his seat this time. Senior minister of Yogi government Ashutosh Tandon is once again contesting from Lucknow East assembly seat, which is considered BJP’s strongest seat since 1991.
Voting will start shortly for the fourth phase of UP elections
For the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, voting will start in 59 seats in 9 districts in a short while. Voting will begin at 7 am in 59 seats of Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sitapur, Hardoi, Fatehpur, Banda and Unnao.
UP Election 2022 Live Updates: Under the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, voting is going on in 59 seats in nine districts today. In the fourth phase of assembly elections, polling is being held in 59 assembly seats in Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Sitapur, Hardoi, Unnao, Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Banda and Fatehpur districts. A total of 2.12 crore voters will decide the fate of 624 candidates in this phase. In the last assembly elections held in the year 2017, the BJP had won 51 out of these 59 seats. Apart from this, SP got four, BSP got three and BJP’s ally Apna Dal-Sonelal got one seat.
The campaigning for the fourth phase was very ‘high voltage’ and all the political parties gave their full strength in the campaign work. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the target of BJP was mostly SP. The BJP launched a scathing attack on the SP over the sentence awarded to the accused in the Ahmedabad bomb blasts case last Friday and termed it as a party sympathizing with terrorists.
On the other hand, the SP alliance led by Akhilesh Yadav sought votes from the voters, counting the alleged failures of the BJP. In most of his rallies, Akhilesh claimed that the SP alliance received strong support in the first three phases of the elections, saying that this time there will be a historic defeat for the BJP in the elections. BSP President Mayawati also held several rallies and appealed to the people to keep SP, BJP and Congress away from power and said that only BSP can give real good governance to the people of the state.
Congress General Secretary and party’s Uttar Pradesh in-charge Priyanka Gandhi Vadra organized road shows and meetings at various places and sought votes for the party candidates and appealed to the voters not to vote on the basis of religion and caste but on basic issues. Lakhimpur Kheri, which came into the limelight for the death of eight people, including four farmers, in the violence that took place on October 3 last year in Tikoniya village, will also go to polls in the fourth phase itself.
Among the prominent candidates whose reputation is at stake in the fourth phase are State Law Minister Brijesh Pathak (Lucknow Cantt), Minister Ashutosh Tandon (Lucknow East), former minister SP candidate Abhishek Mishra (Sarojini Nagar), former Deputy Speaker of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly Nitin Agarwal (Lucknow East). Hardoi). Apart from this, Rae Bareli, which is considered to be the ‘stronghold’ of the Nehru-Gandhi family, will also vote in the fourth phase. Here Aditi Singh, who left the Congress and joined the BJP, is once again in the fray.