LUCKNOW: The ‘Muslim-Dalit’ combination of the opposition alliance will be put to test in the Braj region of UP in the second phase of the Lok Sabha elections. This phase is especially crucial for BSP as it is contesting six of the eight seats. SP is contesting only on one, Hathras, where four-time Firozabad MP Ramji Lal Suman is in fray. RLD’s Narendra Singh is pitted against Hema Malini in Mathura. Live updates: Voting under way for 95 Lok Sabha seats Muslims comprise more than 20 per cent of the electorate in five of the eight constituencies, while four seats are reserved for scheduled castes. Agra is known as the Dalit capital of North India. Muslim and Dalit voters comprise more than 60 per cent of the total electorate in Nagina, one of the four reserved constituencies. Similarly, they together account for 55 per cent in Amroha and almost 50 per cent in Agra and Aligarh. Complete coverage: Lok Sabha elections Two former cine stars — Hema Malini and Raj Babbar — will be in the fray today. Hema (BJP) will defend the Mathura seat and UPCC chief Babbar will contest from Fatehpur Sikri instead of Moradabad. A total of… Read full this story
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