Major setback for BJP as another UP minister quits Yogi Adityanath’s cabinet days before assembly elections

A day after four BJP MLAs, including state serve Swami Prasad Maurya, left the bureau of Adityanath, the decision BJP in Uttar Pradesh got one more huge shock with another state serve, Dara Singh Chauhan, giving his leaving.

Chauhan, who involved practically similar language as Maurya in his renunciation letter, said he was leaving in light of the fact that OBCs and in reverse, based on which the BJP rode to drive, got nothing in the beyond five years.

Chauhan said he continued to speak loudly of jobless youngsters, in reverse classes, and Dalits however the BJP authority didn’t pay regard. Chauhan, who has a place with the Rajput people group, said he would make the following stride based on his samaj’s desires.

Before long, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya tweeted requesting that Chauhan rethink his choice prior to boarding a “sinking boat”.

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While Chauhan didn’t uncover his best course of action, sources say he and other BJP MLAs who have surrendered will join the Akhilesh Yadav-drove SP around January 14 or 15.

Clearly, around 12 to 14 additional MLAs, including priests, are relied upon to leave over the course of the following two or three days.

Chauhan was the timberland and climate serve in the Uttar Pradesh government.

In a significant difficulty to the decision BJP in Uttar Pradesh, top OBC pioneer, and state serve Swami Prasad Maurya yesterday surrendered claiming “grave abuse of Dalits, OBCs, ranchers, jobless and little finance managers” under Adityanath.

Three additional MLAs, Roshan Lal Verma (Shahjahanpur), Brijesh Prajapati (Tindwari), and Bhagwati Sagar (Bilhaur) before long took action accordingly and quit the party.

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