Sources in the BJP said the party has planned to launch a comprehensive mass contact campaign to reach out to Yadavs, Jatavs and Pasmanda Muslims in course of its "Tiranga Yatra" week.
Shweta SinghGaur was found hanging from the ceiling of her room in the Indira Nagar locality of Banda on Wednesday, police had said.
After leading the BJP to a thumping victory in the just-concluded elections, Adityanath will be lead the country's most populous and politically crucial state for the second time consecutively.
Bhupesh Chaubey from Robertsganj constituency in Sonbhadra district secured 84,496 of the total votes counted, defeating his nearest rival, Avinash Kushwaha of the Samajwadi Party.
Pankaj Singh won the Noida seat with a whopping margin of 1.81 lakh votes, while Tejpal Nagar recorded a victory with 1.38 lakh votes, the Election Commission website showed.
The realignment of the RLD with main opposition SP has been found more damaging to BJP's vote bank besides the Lakhimpur-Kheri violence against farmers.
Taking a jibe at the political rivals, Modi said that after the first round of voting in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP's flag is flying high while its rivals are disappointed
The BJP leader made the remark at an election rally here, after which he accompanied Adityanath to the collectorate, where the chief minister filed his papers.
BJP MLA from Shamli Tejendra Nirwal and his supporters were booked for violation of Model Code of Conduct and COVID norms.
Adityanath said that BJP will once again form its government in the state with its core mantra of 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas'.
Pradhan said Adityanath will be the BJP's candidate from Gorakhpur City and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya from Sirathu.
Uttar Pradesh BJP MLA Pankaj Gupta seen being slapped by elderly man, says it was chacha's pat on cheek
The elderly farmer in the video was identified as Chhatrpal and the video footage showed policemen taking him away after he hit the MLA on the dais.
Referring to the law and order situation, the deputy chief minister said there has not been a 'single communal riot' under the BJP rule in the state.
Four of the dead were farmers, allegedly knocked down by vehicles driven by BJP workers travelling to welcome Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya to an event in the area.
A special investigation team has been constituted to probe the rape of an 18-year-old woman, allegedly by BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar and his brothers and the custodial death of the victim's father.