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Lucknow: Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) Chief Mayawati released third 100 candidate list for upcoming Uttar Pradesh polls. The BSP is looking to score and to gain in this elections because of ongoing tussle in the Samajwadi party.

BSP till date has declared 300 candidates of the 403 seats, in the first list the Muslim aspirants were 36, in second list 22, in Saturday's list it is 21 that concludes to 79.

In an press conference earlier she told to media that BSP has shortlisted all the candidates for all 403 seats. 

Giving caste-wise details of the shortlisted candidates, she had said 87 tickets will be given to Dalits, 97 to Muslims and 106 to OBCs.

Of the 113 tickets earmarked for upper castes, Brahmins will get 66, Kshatriyas 36 and Kayasthas, Vaishyas and Punjabi 11, she had said.

In an press Conference on Tuesday she said, The Samajwadi party is on verge of split so Muslim have to careful in voting them.

"The Samajwadi Party has been divided into two. Muslims have to be very careful. They should not divide their votes," she said.

 

 

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