The Election Yatra begins

Updated: January 16, 2012 16:22 IST

NDTV's exclusive coverage for the elections in five states.

The Election Yatra begins
As the biggest players Rahul Gandhi and Mayawati fight for the control of Uttar Pradesh, NDTV looks to find out if in fact the issues like reservation, development and corruption are the issues that the people of Uttar Pradesh will vote for.
The Election Yatra begins
The NDTV Election Yatra 2012 will travel across Uttar Pradesh to track the crucial elections.
The Election Yatra begins
Uttar Pradesh, which has been the centre of attention amongst the five states undergoing elections, is considered to be the most fiercely fought-for state.
The Election Yatra begins
Elephants have been a topic for much debate after the Election Commission's decision to cover statues. Mayawati instead, cited the decision as a free publicity for her party, Bahujan Samaj Party.
The Election Yatra begins
A supporter for Samajwadi Party's Akhilesh Yadav, who has found support in the legacy of his father and former Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav.
The Election Yatra begins
A banner to promote the four-time sitting MLA. He gets all the Hindu votes. Can Ayodhya ever shake off this image?
The Election Yatra begins
A disabled man joins a public rally in Uttar Pradesh.
The Election Yatra begins
There has been much debate, controversy and drama before the elections; all adding to the intensity amongst the candidates.
The Election Yatra begins
Situated 42 km from Lucknow in Barabanki district, Deva Sharif, the tomb of Syed Waris Ali Shah in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, is quite famous and attracts people from all religions.
The Election Yatra begins
The crew of the Election Yatra which will travel over 4,000 km in six weeks.

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