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The Samajwadi Party on Monday irked up another controversy by giving a ticket to 2002 Madhumita murder case accused Amarmani Tripathi's son in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.
The Samajwadi Party on Monday irked up another controversy by giving a ticket to 2002 Madhumita murder case accused Amarmani Tripathi’s son in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

The Samajwadi Party on Monday irked up another controversy by giving a ticket to 2002 Madhumita murder case accused Amarmani Tripathi’s son in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

Tripathi’s son Amanmani, has been named as Samajwadi Party candidate from Nautanwa in Maharajganj district.

Earlier on Monday, the ruling Samajwadi Party declared the candidates for nine Assembly seats in UP besides changing the candidates of 14 constituencies ahead of the 2017 state polls.