Lucknow: MPs Anupriya Patel and Sanjay Nishad have met Union Home Minister Amit Shah, amid speculation that has already started regarding the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year. Speculation started in the politics of UP regarding this.
Meanwhile, Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party President Omprakash Rajbhar took a jibe and said, “BJP is a sinking boat, one has to ride on their chariot, but we will not ride.”
Omprakash Rajbhar wrote in his tweet on Friday, “BJP is a sinking boat, who has to ride on their chariot, but we will not ride. When elections are near, they miss backward. When the Chief Minister has to be made So we bring it from outside and make it. Four and a half years have passed, not a single work has been completed on the issues on which we had compromised.”
He further wrote, “The rights of the backwards were looted in the teacher recruitment in UP, from which mouth the BJP, which does not give a share to the backwards, will come to ask for votes among the backwards? They remember the backwards only for votes. We have formed the Partnership Sankalp Morcha which We also want to defeat BJP in UP, we are ready to form an alliance with them.”
This statement of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party President Omprakash Rajbhar clearly shows signs of alliance with non-BJP organizations like SP, Congress, BSP till the next assembly elections.
It is to be known that with the sudden arrival of UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Delhi for two days, the market of Atalkas became hot in the political corridors of UP.
Along with the change in the BJP’s state organization, there is a flurry of reshuffle in the UP government’s cabinet. Therefore, this visit of his is considered very important.
Apna Dal (S) President and MP Anupriya Patel also met Home Minister Shah. After this meeting, once again discussions have started in the political corridor that Anupriya may join back in the Modi cabinet.
If sources are to be believed, Anupriya spoke to Amit Shah about the representation of Apna Dal in the possible cabinet expansion along with the Centre in Uttar Pradesh.
Asked to include district panchayat president in UP and party leaders in the state corporation and commission.