New Delhi: The BJP has suffered a major setback in Uttar Pradesh and the party is on the verge of embracing a major defeat, the Nationalist Congress Party leader said Sarath Pawar Said.
Uttar Pradesh is scheduled to go to the polls in seven phases. The polls, which begin on February 10, run until March 7. Meanwhile, Swami Prasad Maurya, the state’s most important leader of the Other Backward Classes community, has quit the BJP.
He sent his resignation letter to Governor Anandiben Patel. Later, Maurya met Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav. Following this BJP MLAs and ministers are stepping down in succession.
AYUSH Minister Dharam Singh Saini today resigned from the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi’s cabinet.
President of the Nationalist Congress Sarath Pawar It said:
“The BJP has suffered a major setback in Uttar Pradesh. That party is going to embrace great defeat. The symptoms are beginning to show. Not a day goes by that the minister and MLAs from the BJP do not leave the party.
Day by day crowds are leaving the party. In UP, 13 MLAs are leaving the BJP to join another party. Today only one day4 BJP It has been reported that the MLAs are leaving. From this we can know the situation of the BJP in UP, ”he said.