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he represents a weak-kneed government and a weak Prime Minister (Manmohan Singh) who is unable to take any decision.Bangalore: Fighting Nandan Nilekani to extend his record winning streak in Lok Sabha polls here So, Activists dispute the claim that Kerala is home to 2. Varun is fighting from the BJP to win back his father’s legacy from this seat. as noted by Firstpost editor Sandip Roy here.He has refrained from making personal attacks against his cousins even though Priyanka accused him of betraying her family Nor does he mention Modi too much in his speeches Will Varun’s unusual move to steer clear of the ‘Modi wave’ get him the votes Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi on the campaign trail Reuters Pratapgarh: Asif Nizamuddin Siddique BSP and SP Pramod Kumar Singh Patel are challenging the royal Rajkumari Ratna Singh of Congress who is the current MP in the constituency She’s from a royal family of erstwhile Kalakankar state Her father Dinesh Singh the ‘raja’ of Kalakankar estate too was a parliamentarian Married into a royal family Ratna Singh was elected from this seat twice in 1996 and then again in 1999 She lost in 2004 to the SP candidate Phulpur: This used to be constituency of former PM Jawahar Lal Nehru and Congress is hoping to win it back with cricketer Mohammed Kaif The current MP is Kapil Muni Karwariya from BSP It should be noted that his victory wasn’t by a fairly large margin and that SP has been winning the seat since 1996 For Congress winning back Phulpur will be nothing short of a miracle Faizabad: This is a key constituency that also includes Ayodhya But Faizabad will be a seat where BJP will struggle The current MP from Faizabad is Congress’ Nirmal Khatri and he’s facing BJP’s Lallu Singh and SP’s Jitendra Kumar However as Firstpost’s Pallavi Polanki reported BJP’s choice of candidate has annoyed party members and given the large number of Muslim and Dalit voters Congress could well scrape through Allahabad: Kunwar Rewati Raman Singh is the current MP from the seat and he’s facing BSP’s Keshri Devi Patel and BJP’s Shyam Charan Gupta in the election But perhaps the surprise challenger for Singh could the grandson of former PM Lal Bhadhur Shastri Adarsh Shastri Shastri gave up a career as a high-paying Apple executive to join the AAP and is now contesting the seat For the SP candidate to retain control he’ll have to fight it out against Keshri Devi Patel who as this TOI piece points out has "ample political experience having stood for zila panchayat chairman election twice and is known to have a solid vote base" Ambedkar Nagar: This is a key constituency for Mayawati and BSP Mayawati won this constituency which was earlier part of the reserved seat Akbarpur in 1998 1999 and 2004 Even in 2009 after the seat was de-reserved and renamed the BSP candidate Rakesh Pandey easily defeated BJP’s Vinay Katiyar The current MP from Ambedkarnagar is BSP’s Rakesh Pandey and he faces SP’s Ram Murti Verma and BJP’s HariOm Gonda: Gonda is the constituency of Union minister of Steel Beni Prasad Verma who’s facing BJP’s Kirti Vardhan Singh Vardhan has previously won the seat as a member of SP in 1998 and 2004 He’s now contesting on a BJP ticket and could reclaim the seat for the party Bairaich: Kamal Kishor from Congress is the current MP in this constituency and if the Congress is hoping to avoid decimation in the polls it will be counting on him to deliver He’s facing BJP’s Sadhvi Savitri Bai Foole and SP’s Shabbir Ahmad and BSP’s Dr Vijay Kumar Given that in 2004 the seat was won by SP and before that by BJP Congress will have to work hard to keep this one What the opinion polls are saying about UP poll results: BJP is all set to make big gains in the state The party is likely to get 36 percent of the vote share in the states according to data from CSDS-Lokniti-CNN-IBN’s pre-poll survey According to the poll the BJP’s closest rival Samajwadi Party will win 22 percent of the vote the Bahujan Samaj Party 18 percent and the Congress-Rashtriya Lok Dal combine 16 percent According to NDTV-Hansa Poll Tracker the BJP is projected to have substantial gains in Uttar Pradesh where the survey shows it getting as many as 51 seats out of 80 a big rise from the measly 10 seats the party got last time The poll says that ruling SP will win only 14 seats a loss of 9 seats from the last elections BSP is expected to get 10 seats which is a loss of 10 while Congress will get 5 seats down from 21 it got last time You can view more here Given that in the last election the BJP got 10 seats only it needs to do well in the state to help it cross its self imposed target of 272 seats Check out some graphs below:

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