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UP Polls: Sarv Sambhav Party releases first list of candidates

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 22 Jan 2017 5:41 AM GMT

UP Polls: Sarv Sambhav Party releases first list of candidates
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Sarv Sambhav Party released the first list of the candidates
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Noida: Rajpal Yadav, on Saturday, released the first list of his candidates of his brother Shriram Yadav's Sarv Sambhav Party (SSP).

The actor stated that the SSP will fight in at least 315 seats out of the 403 assembly constituencies in the state.

The party claimed that the SSP aims to convert rajneeti (politics) into nitiraj (policy rule). The actor also released a 47-point agenda for the 2017 UP election which includes promises like improving policing, transfer of government officials in keeping with public opinion, and creation of a 'film city' across 3,000 acres in Bundelkhand.

According to the officials, Rajpal Yadav would address a gathering in Noida in the run-up to the election.He further stated that the party would contest the general election in 2019.

He said that this time, the Tyre (party symbol) would run on the roads of UP to rule the hearts of the people.

What else he said?

  • I would play the role of Hanuman and my brother is Shri Ram, who had founded SSP, and would be the chief ministerial candidate of the party.
  • The party has declared candidates in four of the total eight assembly constituencies in Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad.
  • The candidate from Noida is Javed Khan, Anil Bhati will fight from Dadri, Sanjay Tyagi from Loni and Kiran Sharma from Ghaziabad. Kuldeep Yadav.
  • Kuldeep is a former leader of SP's youth wing in Noida and has joined SSP and is currently the party's national secretary.

In slides: Manifesto released by Sarv Sambhav Party

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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