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The nomination process for the MLC elections in Uttar Pradesh will begin on January 11. The last date for filing the form is 18 January. While voting will be held on January 28.
- Tenure of 12 members ending on 30 January
- January 18 is the last date for filing the form
The term of 12 members of the Legislative Council in Uttar Pradesh ends on January 30. In such a situation, the State Election Commission has issued a notification on Wednesday. The nomination process will start from January 11. The last date for filing the form is 18 January. While voting will be held on January 28.
The tenure of these leaders is being completed
On the next 30 January 2021, 11 seats are becoming vacant in the council of the constituency. One seat is already running vacant before cancellation of Nasimuddin Siddiqui’s membership. Council Chairman Ramesh Yadav, Deputy Chief Minister and Leader of the House Dr. Dinesh Sharma ‚Leader of Opposition Ahmed Hassan as well as the term of BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh will also end. Along with this, the tenure of Ashu Malik, Ramjattan Rajbhar, Virendra Singh, Sahab Singh Saini, Dharamvir Singh Ashok, Pradeep Kumar Jatav, Laxman Prasad Acharya will also end.
Election process schedule
|Enrollment start||From 11 January|
|Last date of enrollment||18 January|
|Nomination scrutiny||19 January|
|Date of withdrawal of nomination||21 January|
|vote||28 January (9am to 4pm)|
|Counting of votes||28 January (5 pm)|
This is the math of the seats of the Legislative Council
There are currently three seats vacant in the 100-member legislative council. In the past, a total of 11 seats were held in the field of teachers and graduates. The SP has 50 members in the House. Six of these members will retire. In such a situation, the number of SP members will come down to 44. On the basis of the SP’s number of members in the assembly, this party will only get one seat after the election. In such a situation, the number of SPs in the house will be 45.
The BJP has 25 members in the Legislative Council. Three of its members will retire on January 30. In such a situation, BJP’s strength will come down to 22. Based on the number of MLAs in the Legislative Assembly, BJP is expected to get ten seats in the account of one of the 12 seats already vacant, along with this 11 seats which are vacant. In such a situation, BJP can have a strength of 32 in the House.