BJP’s departure is fixed in UP, will see what happens till 14? : Omprakash Rajbhar from Granthshala

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Rajbhar said, ‘By the 14th you will see how many people go to the Governor to resign. After that by 20th one and a half dozen ministers will resign from their posts.

New Delhi:

In Uttar Pradesh, the opposition parties have got an opportunity to target the chaos in the BJP. Talking to Granthshala on the resignations being given from the Yogi cabinet for two days, Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party President Omprakash Rajbhar said, ‘Two months ago I had told that about one and a half dozen ministers would resign from the BJP and join the socialist side. . I have been telling for two months. Everything has been decided regarding this.”

Rajbhar said, ‘By the 14th you will see how many people go to the Governor to resign. After that one and a half dozen ministers will resign from their posts by 20th.” In response to a question, he said, ‘Which party will he join. For this he has fixed 14th. His effort is that he is not alone, many people. Together we will join the Samajwadi Party.

At the same time, while replying on the distribution of tickets, he said, ‘There is not much issue regarding ticket distribution. In Uttar Pradesh and in the party, the matter is of a fight over the society. Swami Prasad Maurya is a great leader. They have a good identity and hold in the society, wherever they stand, their society stands there. BJP felt his need. He stood up and his society stood with him. But ever since Yogi has resigned from the cabinet, his supporters are meeting and giving suggestions to him from different districts in Lucknow.

He further told Granthshala that, ‘Congress has no meaning in the elections of Uttar Pradesh. The organization is not on the ground. At the same time, the BSP has not been taken in public notice. BJP is certain to bid farewell, so you can understand where is the way?

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