CM Yogi Adityanath, his two deputies to contest MLC bypoll in Uttar Pradesh

Head of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath and two deputy ministers – Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma – will discuss the upcoming talks on the state legislative council, the BJP said on Wednesday.

The BJP said Adityanath would fight the MLC packages with its four ministerial colleagues. The other two ministers Swantatra Dev Singh and Mohsin Raza.

Like his predecessors Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati, Adityanath will also become a member of the State Legislative Council.

Adityanath, who was sworn in as Prime Minister of the Bharatiya Janata Party Government (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh on March 19, is a member of Lok Sabha of Gorakhpur.

Maurya, who is the deputy minister in chief, is a member of Lok Sabha of Phoolpur.

The Electoral Commission (EC) launched on Tuesday the process of filling four vacancies of the UPU legislative council by issuing a notice for mail surveys.

The deadline for submission of applications is September 5 and the exam will be held the next day. The withdrawal period is September 8.

The vote will take place on September 15 and the number of votes will be made the same day.

Election Officer Amrita Soni said Tuesday that the EC had also announced the timetable for the resignation of the fifth vacant seat on the UP Council, for which a notice will be issued on 31 August.

Adityanath, who assumed the post of Minister-in-Chief on March 19, must become a legislator within six months of his term and the deadline expires on 19 September.

In addition to Adityanath, Deputy Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma, and Ministers Swatantra Dev Singh and Mohsin Raza are members of one of the two Houses.

Adityanath and Maurya remain members of Lok Sabha. All must be elected either in the Assembly or in the Legislative Council before September 19, when they finish six months, to remain ministers.

The MLC Bukkal Nawab, Yashwant, Sarojini Agarwal and Ashok Bajpai – all members of the Samajwadi party – released the four seats for which bypasses will be made on 15 September.

Another seat was vacated when Thakur Jaiveer Singh, former BSP MLC resigned from the party and joined BJP.

Other UP ministers who opted for the Legislative Council route are Narain Dutt Tiwari and the late Ram Prakash Gupta (BJP).

Former Prime Minister Vishwanath Pratap Singh joined the Legislative Council of the UPU in November 1980 after taking up the post of Minister in June 1980.

He then defied a partial election of the electorate of the Tindwari assembly and became a member of the Legislative Assembly of the UP in 1981.

Rain fury in Mumbai: Shiv Sena lauds BMC efforts even as city crumbles

The Shiv Sena, which governs the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), welcomed today the efforts of the civic corps to ensure that the situation “did not disturb” in Mumbai, which received more than 468 mm of rain in the last 12 hours .

In an editorial published in Saamana party spokesman, the saffron group noted that all officials are on the way and helping people reach their destination, as well as ensuring that the situation remains under the control of the administration.

“BMC’s preparation for natural calamity has ensured that the situation has not been revealed, and the civic corps must be commended for this, even after heavy rains, no major incident took place.” -he says.

“Mumbai and Maharashtra have always received the blessings of Ganpati, we believe that God will also facilitate this problem,” said the party headed by Uddhav Thackeray.

Sena, who spearheaded the Bombay Civic Corps for more than two decades, said the heavy downpour reminded megapolis of the blast cloud on July 26, 2005, when there was about 950 mm of rainfall in 24 hours.

“Even IMD said Monday that the rain was more than they expected.” The sun was not visible all day and the high tide increased the evils of the city. won the natural calamity, “he said.

Meanwhile, Mumbai continues to roll under the impact of heavy rainfall with the MeT department predicting heavy rains in the coastal areas of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

Torrential rains beat the metropolis all day yesterday. The city has seen a huge increase of 298 mm, the highest in August since 1997.

So far, five deaths have been reported in different parts of the city. The city and its suburbs have practically a holiday today with Prime Minister Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, who advises people to stay in the country, unless an emergency occurs.

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