After the meeting, Sanjay Nishad said that the Home Minister has taken note of our problem and talked about the solution at the earliest. file photo
Sanjay Nishad meet Amit shah: In a warning tone, Sanjay Nishad said that if BJP did not accept our demand, had contested the elections alone earlier also, will still fight alone.
New Delhi. There is a wave of waves in the political river of Uttar Pradesh. After meeting Amit Shah on Friday, Nishad Party President Sanjay Nishad said that BJP should fulfill its promise and give place to Nishad Party in the cabinet. He said that we have put our point before the Home Minister. The image of the government has been damaged because of the officials. These need to be curbed. If the Nishad Party does not get a proper place in the government, then it will hurt the sentiments of the Nishad community. Sanjay Nishad said that the Home Minister has taken note of our problem and talked about the solution at the earliest.
However, in a warning tone, Sanjay Nishad said that if BJP did not accept our demand, had fought the elections alone earlier also, will still fight alone. Let us inform that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who came to Delhi on a two-day visit, has returned to Lucknow after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda. Along with CM Yogi, allies of BJP in UP have also met the BJP top leadership.
Let us inform that Chief Minister Yogi, who came out of the Prime Minister’s residence after meeting for more than a quarter of an hour, did not communicate with the journalists and went straight to his residence to meet BJP President JP Nadda. Yogi Adityanath, who came to Delhi on a two-day visit, met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday and discussed various issues with him for about one and a half hours.
In fact, just a few days ago, BJP’s National General Secretary (Organization) BL Santosh and the party’s Uttar Pradesh in-charge Radha Mohan Singh had visited Lucknow and reviewed the party’s preparations for the assembly elections to be held next year. During this, both the leaders had separately met the state government ministers, legislators and key office bearers of the organization. After this, Yogi Adityanath’s sudden arrival in Delhi and his meeting with the top leaders of the party was described by the BJP, Uttar Pradesh. It is being seen as preparations for the assembly elections. Along with this, it is also being linked to the possibilities of cabinet expansion in the state. Just a day before Yogi’s visit to Delhi, former Union Minister and Congress leader Jitin Prasada has joined the BJP.
Former administrative officer and member of the Legislative Council of BJP in Uttar Pradesh A.K. K. Sharma has also been camping in Delhi for the last few days and is meeting party leaders. Sharma is considered a confidante of Prime Minister Modi. Although there is no official information about the cabinet expansion in Uttar Pradesh so far, but sources say that Jitin Prasad and Sharma, who belong to the reputed Brahmin family and political circles of the state, will be included in this possible expansion.
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