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Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh By-Elections 2019: Congress Announced Candidates

Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh By-Elections 2019 Candidate List

 BJP By-Elections Candidate List 2019

S. No. State No. & Name of Constituency Name of Candidate  
1. Chhattisgarh 88 - Dantewada (ST) Smt. Ojasvi Mandavi  
2. Kerala 93 – Pala Shri Hari. N  
3. Tripura 14 - Badharghat (SC) Smt. Mimi Majumder  
4. Uttar Pradesh 228 – Hamirpur Shri Yuvraj Singh  



Congress By-Elections Candidate List 2019 



S. No. State No. & Name of Constituency Name of Candidate
1 Uttar Pradesh 7 Gangoh Shri Nauman Masood
2 Uttar Pradesh 175 Lucknow Cantt Shri Dilpreet Singh
3 Uttar Pradesh 237 Manikpur Smt. Ranjana Pandey
4 Uttar Pradesh 248 Pratapgarh Shri Neeraj Tripathi
5 Uttar Pradesh 269 Zaidpur Shri Tanuj Punia


New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday announced candidates for ensuing by-elections to the Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh.

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has approved the names of five candidates for Uttar Pradesh and one candidate for Chhattisgarh's Dantewada Assembly seat bypoll, the party said.


The Congress has fielded Devi Karma as its candidate from Dantewada-(ST) constituency of Chhattisgarh. The BJP declared Ojasvi Mandavi, the wife of BJP leader Bheema Mandavi who lost his life in a Naxal attack, as its candidate from Dantewada seat.

In Uttar Pradesh, Congress announced candidate names, Nauman Masood from Gangoh, Dilpreet Singh from Lucknow Cantt, Ranjana Pandey from Manikpur, Neeraj Tripathi from Pratapgarh and Tanuj Punia from Zaidpur.

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Tanuj Punia, the son of senior party leader PL Punia, had earlier contested the 2019 Lok Sabha polls from Barabanki parliamentary seat, losing to BJP candidate Upendra Rawat.

The by-election for Dantewada Assembly seat in Chhattisgarh will be held on September 23. The dates for by-elections in Uttar Pradesh hasn't been announced by the Election Commission. Last month, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi indicated that the party should go it "all alone" and not enter into any alliance. "Priyanka Gandhi asked the party leaders to prepare accordingly as the party is planning to go all alone in the bypolls," a party leader had said.


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