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Local parties want to show small is big in 2022 UP assembly polls

IndiaTimes Sunday, 22 November 2020
These outfits representing Dalit and backward classes are having a re-look at their electoral stand after the recent bye-elections to seven UP Assembly seats showed that split in non-BJP votes ultimately benefited the ruling saffron party.
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