Kishore Upadhyay, former Congress President of Uttarakhand, has been expelled by the party for 6 years and he can join BJP today.
- Action on former Uttarakhand Congress President Kishor Upadhyay
- Expelled from Congress party for 6 years
- Allegations of involvement in anti-party activities
Dehradun: Before the assembly elections to be held in Uttarakhand, rebellious attitudes are continuously coming to the fore. After this, Kishore Upadhyay, former Congress President of Uttarakhand, has been expelled from the party for 6 years for being involved in ‘anti-party activities’.
- BJP can hold today
After being expelled from the Congress party, Kishore Upadhyay can join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today. Let us inform that in the midst of reports of his closeness to BJP, the Congress had earlier taken disciplinary action on Kishor Upadhyay, who was removed from all the posts of the party.
- Discord continues in Uttarakhand Congress
The dispute within the Uttarakhand Congress is increasing continuously and due to this the party has to change the seats of many candidates, including the name of former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat. Congress released the third list of 10 candidates on Wednesday, in which the assembly constituency of Harish Rawat was changed. Harish Rawat was earlier made a candidate from Ramnagar Legislative Assembly seat in Nainital district. Now he will contest from Lal Kuan seat of Nainital district. Earlier, Sandhya Dalakoti had got a ticket on this seat.
- Why was Harish Rawat’s seat changed?
Sources said that the working president of the State Congress Committee, Ranjit Rawat, opposed the candidature of Harish Rawat from Ramnagar. After this the former Chief Minister decided to fight from another seat. Sources say that Ranjeet Rawat was preparing for Ramnagar seat for a long time and was making his claim. Although the Congress party has also not given ticket to Ranjeet Rawat from Ramnagar, instead he has been made a candidate from Salt Vidhan Sabha seat.
- Voting in Uttarakhand on February 14
Let us tell you that the Election Commission has announced to conduct polling in one phase on February 14 in all 70 seats of the Legislative Assembly in Uttarakhand. The counting of votes will be done on March 10.