Uttar Pradesh Less than a month is left for the assembly elections in the state, but the political upheaval continues in the state. The ruling party of the state has recently suffered three major setbacks. The resignation of three ministers from the Yogi Adityanath cabinet in a span of three days seems to be becoming a headache for the party. However, according to Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, the party is getting support from everywhere in the state and with the blessings of the people, BJP will be able to regain power.
Talking to the media on Thursday, Tomar said, “Resignations are not a big deal in Uttar Pradesh. BJP is getting support from everywhere in the state. People will bless us and BJP government in UP, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.” will be successful in making.”
Resignations are not a big deal in Uttar Pradesh. BJP is getting support from everywhere in the state. People will bless us and BJP will be successful in forming govt in UP, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur: Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar (13.01.2022) pic.twitter.com/JmuhBzTgKJ
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Three ministers, seven MLAs left the party
In the last three days, three ministers and seven MLAs have resigned from the Uttar Pradesh BJP. These include Minister Swami Prasad Maurya, MLA Bhagwati Sagar, MLA Roshan Lal Verma and MLA Brijesh Prajapati on January 11, Minister Dara Singh Chauhan and MLA Avtar Singh Bhadana on January 12 and Minister Dharam Singh Saini, MLA Vinay Shakya, MLA Mukesh on January 13. Verma and MLA Bala Awasthi have resigned.
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may fall even more difficult
Minister Dharam Singh Saini, who has resigned from the BJP, has claimed that by January 20, one minister and about three to four MLAs will resign every day and all these people will follow the path of Swami Prasad Maurya. The main reason for resigning from the party is being told that the party has suppressed the voice of Dalits and backward classes in the last five years. Voting for 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh will be held in seven phases from February 10 to March 7. The counting of votes will take place on March 10.