Friday, March 17, 2017

Who Will Be UP Chief Minister? Announcement Today - Tv6 Updates

Who will be Uttar Pradesh chief minister? BJP to announce today

BJP lawmakers in Uttar Pradesh will decide on Saturday night who will become the prime minister of India's biggest state, exactly one week after the saffron party crushed its opponents en route an overwhelming victory.

The leaders of the post are considered the head of state party Keshav Prasad Maurya and the telecommunications minister Manoj Sinha, although the president of the BJP Amit Shah is known to emerge a surprise with relatively less known candidates. The party said the CM candidate will be announced at 4 pm on Saturday.
All arrangements were made for the large swearing-in ceremony on Sunday in a large complex on the outskirts of Lucknow.
The event should be followed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah and a clutch of senior ministers.
Sinha - a two-time parliamentarian representing the Ghazipur Lok Sabha headquarters in eastern Uttar Pradesh - offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath temple and the Sankatmochan temple in Varanasi on Saturday morning before leaving for his native district. A leader of the upper caste Bhumihar, Sinha is considered close to Modi and manages the parliamentary constituency of Varanasi of the PM.
The other competitor, Maurya, aged 47, comes from a late community and is credited with artistic support from the CBOs for the BJP. He was closely associated with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad during the Ram Temple movement in the 1990s.
Other candidates for the post include Interior Minister Rajnath Singh, former Minister of State, and Minister of Tourism Mahesh Sharma, former state deputy and considered close to the RSS.
BJP Firebrand Leader Yogi Adityanath, BJP Vice President Dinesh Sharma and Kanpur MP Satish Mahana are the other names that go around.
The BJP won 312 of the state's 403 seats in the election of the recently concluded assembly, winning support from communities such as Dalits and CBOs who have traditionally stayed away from the party on the back of popularity From Modi. The party's victory - the most important in nearly four decades - is seen as a radical endorsement of Modi's governance and will spur the BJP on the eve of the general elections.

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