Lucknow. Political turmoil continues before the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections (UP Election 2022). At the same time, the BJP, which is in power in the state, is suffering a lot. So far, 11 MLAs including three ministers have resigned, including big names like Swami Prasad Maurya, Dr. Dharam Singh Saini and Dara Singh Chauhan. Meanwhile, UP BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh has taunted Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav. He said that those who are not getting the ticket of ‘Double Engine’ train, Tipu Sultan is giving ticket of his Daggamar vehicle in ‘Black’. Let us inform that till now 3 BJP ministers and 11 MLAs have resigned, including big names like Swami Prasad Maurya and Dara Singh Chauhan.
Let us tell you that most of the BJP MLAs and ministers who have resigned have announced to join the SP. Not only this, Akhilesh Yadav himself has welcomed big leaders like Swami Prasad Maurya, Dr. Dharam Singh Saini and Dara Singh Chouhan. At the same time, after resigning from the BJP on Thursday, Dharam Singh Saini, who was AYUSH minister in the Yogi government, said that the process of resigning had started from the 11th and it will continue like this every day till January 20. Dalits and backwards were being neglected in this party, so we have left this party. On March 10, it will be known who has done how much for the poor.
‘P’ stands for ‘Upliftment of Backward’ for BJP
By the way, earlier UP BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh had said that the social, economic and political representation of OBC society has not been found in any government as much as it has got in BJP. For us ‘P’ means ‘Upliftment of the Backward’. Whereas for some people ‘P’ just means ‘father-son-family’ upliftment.
300 seats will be ours: Swatantra Dev Singh
By the way, Swatantra Dev Singh has once again reiterated the victory of 300 seats in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. He had said in Newsbuzz.live’s Agenda Uttar Pradesh program, ‘We have no doubt that BJP’s seats will exceed 300 and we will form the government with absolute majority.’