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Mar 15, 2019
6:02PM

SP declares five more candidates for upcoming polls in UP

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Samajwadi Party has declared five more candidates in Uttar Pradesh for the upcoming general elections.

The Party has decided candidates for Gonda, Barabanki, Kairana, Ghaziabad and Sambhal seats.

Former State Minister Vinod Singh alias Pandit Singh will contest Gonda parliamentary seat while Ram Sagar Rawat will fight from Barabanki reserve seat. 

Sitting MP from Kairana Tabassum Hasan who won the seat during recent by-elections, will contest this time also on the party symbol while Senior party leader and former MP Shafikur Rehman Bark will fight from Sambhal constituency. Surendra kumar alias Munni Sharma is party candidate from Ghaziabad seat. 

Till now Samajwadi Pary has announced 16 candidates for parliamentary elections in the state.

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