Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has nominated Kapil Dev Aggarwal from the
Muzaffarnagar constituency for the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly
. Kapil Dev Aggarwal is the sitting MLA from Muzaffarnagar.

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58, in his election affidavit has declared four criminal cases against himself
and listed his educational qualification as a Graduate (1985) from Chaudhary
Charan Singh University, formerly Meerut University. He has mentioned
‘advertising agency’ as his profession. The sitting MLA and minister’s total
assets have been estimated at Rs 3.1 crore, while he has submitted Rs 74.6 lakh
as his total liabilities. Aggarwal has declared moveable assets worth Rs 1.8
crore and immovable assets worth Rs 1.3 crore. His affidavit states his
self-income to be Rs 15.2 lakh, while his total income is mentioned to be Rs
28.4 lakh.

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MLA contested the election from Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh in the year 2017
and he won. In the 2016 bypoll, he was elected as a Member of the Uttar Pradesh
Legislative Assembly from the Muzaffarnagar constituency.

Muzaffarnagar constituency is under the spotlight, with the 2013 riots between
Jats and Muslims headlining several election speeches in the run-up to UP
polls. Muzaffarnagar will vote in the first phase of the Uttar Pradesh
elections on February 10, 2022.

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Dev Aggarwal was born in Muzaffarnagar and
currently lives in 203/1/3, Civil Lines North, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh-
251001. Regarding his education, he is a Graduate and is into Businessperson
and Social Worker.

the Samajwadi Party-Rashtriya Lok Dal alliance has fielded Saurabh Swarup.
Subodh Sharma is the Congress candidate from Muzaffarnagar, while BSP has given
a ticket to Pushpankar Deepak and the AIMIM has nominated Mohammad Intezar.
Abha Sharma is the AAP candidate.

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first phase of the Uttar Pradesh elections will cover the Jat-dominated belt of
western UP from where farmers had participated actively in the stir against the
Centre’s three agriculture laws in the national capital.

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many as 623 candidates are in the fray in the first phase and around 2.27 crore
people are eligible to vote in this phase.