IN UP, OVER 50 MLAS MAY BE DROPPED BY BJP
The Sunday Guardian|January 16, 2022
Party expecting more resignations once the candidate list is announced.
ABHINANDAN MISHRA

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, which has 312 MLAs in the outgoing Uttar Pradesh Assembly, may deny tickets to as many as 50-70 sitting MLAs in view of multiple factors like age, performance on the ground and the level of anti-incumbency that they are facing.

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