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Olympian Yogeshwar Dutt Is BJP Candidate From Baroda In Haryana Bypolls

Olympian Yogeshwar Dutt Is BJP Candidate From Baroda In Haryana Bypolls

The BJP on Thursday night introduced Yogeshwar Dutt’s title for the seat. (FILE)

Chandigarh:

The ruling BJP on Thursday named occasion chief and Olympic medallist Yogeshwar Dutt as its nominee for the bypoll to the Baroda meeting constituency.

According to a celebration assertion, the wrestler-turned-politician will contest the November three bypoll from Baroda seat in Sonipat.

The final date to file nomination for the bypoll is Friday.

The bye-election was necessitated because of the demise of Congress MLA Shri Krishan Hooda in April. In the 2019 meeting polls, Dutt had misplaced to Hooda from the seat.

Till about midnight, the Congress was but to announce its candidate for the seat.

Earlier within the morning, some sports activities personalities together with BJP chief Babita Phogat, Sakshi Malik, Geeta Phogat and Mr Dutt had met Chief Minister M L Khattar in Delhi.

The sportspersons batted for Mr Dutt’s candidature for the Baroda seat, which the saffron occasion has by no means received.

Khattar earlier stated that the occasion”s state unit had mentioned 25 names, however shortlisted 4 and despatched it to the occasion excessive command.

The occasion on Thursday night introduced Mr Dutt’s title for the seat.

The wrestler-turned-politician, who hails from Bhainswal Kalan village in Sonipat district, had joined the BJP in 2019 forward of the state meeting polls.

Mr Dutt, who received the bronze medal within the 2012 Olympic Games, additionally received a gold medal within the 2014 Commonwealth Games and was awarded the Padma Shri in 2013.

Ahead of the following month”s bypolls, Dutt has been actively campaigning within the constituency.

The leaders of the BJP, which is contesting the bypoll with the backing of its ally Jannayak Janta Party, have exuded confidence that they are going to wrest the seat from the Congress.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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