BJP to shuffle seats of sitting MLAs
The New Indian Express|December 09, 2021
THE BJP is believed to have revisited its plan to deny tickets to a major chunk of sitting MLAs in UP in order to beat anti-incumbency.
NAMITA BAJPAI

Fearing the move could trigger a rebellion in the ranks and cause trouble ahead of the crucial elections, the party is now re-drawing its strategy with shuffling of the seats being contemplated.

According to highly-placed sources, the BJP has charted out a strategy to field the sitting MLAs low on popularity graph from a different seat.

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