Rajnath Singh denied claims of CM post in UP polls

Lucknow: The senior Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Lucknow on Friday said that he is not the Chief Minister candidate for upcoming State Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.

Rajnath who is on Lucknow’s visit said that reports about his being BJP’s chief ministerial candidate is completely ‘fictitious’.

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The veteran Bhartiya Janata Party leader told media persons that such reports are absolutely false.

He said that he is confident that BJP is going to win state assembly elections and will form government in Uttar Pradesh and the ruling Samajwadi Party will sit in opposition after the polls.

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The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said that he would give the full support to the candidate whoever will be named for the post of chief minister.

The state assembly election is schedule in the next year.

Rajnath inaugurated a free WiFi service and some other passenger facilities at the Charbagh railway station here.

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