He told reporters here that the SP chief said, “When it comes to the election dispute, he (Aditianas) was previously said to be fighting from Mathura, Playagrazi, Ayodhya and Deobandi. BJP has already been told. I’m glad you sent him home. (Gorakhpur) ”
“He’s in Gorakhpur, but he had previously booked a ticket dated March 11th (number of votes on March 10th). He should stay in Gorakhpur and don’t have to go back (to Lucknow). I think. Congratulations from the bottom of my heart. ”
The SP chief further stated that MLA and ministers who left BJP would no longer be taken to his party.
“I tell BJP that I’m no longer going to take BJP’s MLA or minister (to SP). You can cut their tickets,” he said.
However, he later stated that BJP leaders would soon join the SP, but did not reveal his name.
When asked about former Uttar Pradesh Minister Dalashin Chauhan, who recently left BJP, Yadav said he would soon join the SP.
Former Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister and prominent OBC leader Swami Prasad Maurya joined the Samajwadi Party on Friday with another rebel minister, Durham Shinsaini.
Five BJPMLA and Apna Dal (Sonelal) Rep. Amar Singh Chaudhary also attended the SP in front of Yadav.
The Yadav statement came after the BJP announced the names of 107 candidates for the Uttar Pradesh poll and defended Adityanas from members of the Gorakpur (city) parliament.
The party nominated candidates for the seats to vote in the first two stages.
The list was released during a press conference at the party headquarters in Delhi by BJP’s Uttar Pradesh, Federal Minister of Dalmendra Pradan, and Party Secretary Arunshin.
Pradhan said Adityanath is a candidate for BJP from the city of Gorakhpur and will be Deputy Prime Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya from Sirathu. Both are currently members of the state legislative council.
The election of the Uttar Pradesh State Assembly, which consists of 403 members, will be held from February 10th in seven stages.
UP Poll: Akhilesh says BJP has already sent Adityanath home after UP CM ran from Gorakhpur
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