Political parties including the BJP, the SP the BSP have been using Ayodhya to launch their campaigns as momentum builds for the 2022 polls.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP made it clear that it is not in talks with any other party for an alliance in the Uttar Pradesh assembly election due early next year.
Our policy towards the Taliban regime will be guided by how this regime can use it to its advantage in the UP Assembly election. That is the bitter truth, tweeted Sibal.
Former minister Ambika Chaudhary who had quit the SP to join the BSP also returned to the Samajwadi Party along with his supporters.
With the Assembly elections just a few months away, political mobilisation is picking up in Uttar Pradesh.
Rajbhar had said he would meet Kejriwal on July 17 in the presence of Sanjay Singh.
Samajwadi Party chief also highlighted the issue of teachers dying during panchayat poll duty in the state.
Polling for the 476 posts of block panchayat chiefs was held from 11 AM to 3 PM, following which counting of votes had commenced.
UP assembly polls: Akhilesh Yadav not to align with big players but open to tie-ups with small parties
This announcement by the ex-UP CM raised the possibility of patch up with his uncle and ex-UP cabinet minister Shivpal Singh Yadav, who since 2018 has his own party, the PSP.
Akhilesh asserted that the revolution will be against the current 'disruptive' and 'negative' politics during the Assembly elections scheduled in 2022.
The BSP will be contesting the Assembly elections to be held in UP and Uttarakhand alone, and will not be entering into any alliance with anyone, Mayawati said in a tweet.
Without taking any name, Prasada hit out at the regional parties in the wake of Akhilesh Yadav, the chief of Uttar Pradesh's main regional party, of late making consistent attacks on the ruling BJP.
“People are well aware of the law and order situation when the Samajwadi Party was in power. The state government led by Yogi Adityanath has ensured much improved law and order situations.
According to key sources, the workers' committees will have a decisive sway in selection of candidates in the next assembly polls which are just around nine months away.
The seven-member panel has suggested that states where Assembly polls were due on or before December 31, 2021 may be preponed and clubbed with 2019 Lok Sabha elections.