Lucknow. A minister in Yogi Adityanath’s government and four BJP MLAs resigned the day after media groups and survey agencies projected the BJP to get an absolute majority in a pre-poll survey. On Tuesday, BJP leader and senior state government minister Swami Prasad Maurya resigned from both the assembly and the party. Shortly after resigning, he joined the BJP. Besides him, four more BJP MLAs have resigned. There is also news of him joining the SP.
BJP MLA Brijesh Prajapati in support of Swami Prasad Maurya, Bhagwati Prasad Sagar and Roshan Lal Verma also resigned from the BJP. Another MLA Vinay Shakya’s name is coming out among those who left the BJP. Shakya was missing since morning and till late evening there was no news of him. All the MLAs and ministers who left the BJP, Swami Prasad Maurya come from backward castes. Maurya had left the BSP and joined the BJP just before the last elections.
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Informed sources say that apart from Swami Prasad Maurya, another minister of Yogi Adityanath government Dharam Singh Saini may also join the Samajwadi Party. This development of Tuesday has created panic in the BJP. It is worth mentioning that on Tuesday itself, BJP held an important meeting in Delhi to consider the names of the candidates and prepare for the elections., In which Union Home Minister Amit Shah also participated. however, On the stampede in the BJP camp, Akhilesh Yadav said that the union of everyone in the twenty-two will lead to positive politics. ,fair hobe,, He said- BJP will have a historic defeat.
Earlier, Swami Prasad Maurya sent his resignation by e-mail and Shahjahanpur MLA Roshanlal Verma reached Raj Bhavan with its hard copy. Maurya in his letter, farmers, Unemployed, The reason for the resignation is the neglectful attitude of the government towards the youth and small, small and medium businessmen. Swami Prasad has written – Those who consider themselves to be big guns, They 2022 will be lost in the election. Maurya was the minister of four departments in the Yogi government. His daughter Sanghamitra Maurya is a BJP MP from Badaun.