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Before the Uttar Pradesh elections, 6 leaders of the Samajwadi Party joined the Congress

Lucknow | Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party has once again suffered a major setback in the politics regarding the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. In UP, protesting against the Yogi government, its leaders have given a big blow to the SP by showing its rebellious attitude and have caught the hand of the Congress party.

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6 councilors took the hand of Congress
6 councilors of Samajwadi Party of UP have left the party (SP Leaders Join Congress) at a time when the Legislative Assembly elections are on the head. All these councilors come from Sisamau assembly seat. These include leaders of Samajwadi Party councilors in Kanpur Municipal Corporation House, Suhail Ahmed, Shibbu Ansari, Shashi, Rakesh Sahu, Abid Ali and Mahendra Pratap Singh. He has joined the Congress in the presence of Uttar Pradesh Congress President Ajay Kumar Lallu.

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Today CM Yogi will address the public meeting
Jan Vishwas Yatra, starting from Puranpur assembly constituency, will reach Drummond Government Inter College located in the city at one o’clock in the afternoon via Bisalpur Vidhan Sabha, Barkheda, where UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will address a large public meeting. CM Yogi will strengthen all the four seats for the 2022 assembly elections, appealing to the public to feed lotus once again, by laying the foundation stone of 70 projects worth 96 crores including a medical college of 265 crores to Pilibhit district and will give crores to the district.

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