Thursday, April 4, 2019

Shatrughan Sinha's Wife Poonam Sinha to Contest Against Rajnath Singh in Lucknow

The choice to field Poonam Sinha as the joint restriction competitor against the Home Minister is an endeavor by the resistance groups to keep the Union Home Minister kept to his voting public. 


Poonam Sinha

Poonam Sinha, spouse of performing artist turned-government official Shatrughan Sinha, will challenge against Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh from the Lucknow parliamentary voting demographic. 

As indicated by dependable sources, Poonam Sinha will challenge on the Samajwadi Party (SP) ticket with the Bahujan Samaj Party's (BSP) support.

The Congress, sources stated, has chosen not to handle a hopeful from Lucknow and bolster the candidature of Sinha from the Uttar Pradesh capital. 

This would prepare for a coordinated go head to head between Rajnath Singh and Poonam Sinha. 

Sources said that modalities in such manner were being worked out and it was this that have prompted the delay of Shatrughan Sinha's joining the Congress in Delhi on March 28. 

"Jitin Prasada was quick to challenge from Lucknow and he must be influenced to choose his voting demographic Dhaurhara. Decks have now been cleared and Lucknow will be one of the seven seats that the Congress has said that it would leave for the SP-BSP union," said a Congress functionary.

Shatrughan Sinha will presently join the Congress in Delhi on April 6 and will be the gathering hopeful from Patna Sahib Lok Sabha situate in Bihar. 

The choice to field Poonam Sinha as the joint restriction applicant against Rajnath Singh is an endeavor by the resistance groups to keep the Union Home Minister limited to his voting public. 

The Samajwadi Party, sources stated, has officially finished its homework. 

"There are four lakh Kayastha voters and 1.3 lakh Sindhi voters in Lucknow, aside from 3.5 lakh Muslims. (Poonam Sinha is a Sindhi while her significant other Shatrughan Sinha is a Kayastha). This will give a noteworthy push to her candidature," said an SP pioneer. 

BJP General Secretary Vijay Pathak, in any case, expelled the issue and stated, "Lucknow has dependably been a BJP bastion and keeps on being one. Rajnath Singh has guaranteed a ton of improvement of the state capital and has a compatibility with the general population. An imported applicant won't cut much ice with the voters."

Rajnath Singh had won the Lucknow situate in 2014 gathering 55.7 percent of the absolute 10,06,483 votes surveyed. He had won in all the five get together fragments of the voting public. 

Rita Bahuguna Joshi, at that point a Congress MLA and previous Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee administrator, had remained sprinter up in these decisions by verifying 2,88,357 of the all-out votes.

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