Before the upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party is continuously getting setbacks one after the other and there is a queue of MLAs to leave the party. Now a new name is added to it and the Yogi government’s minister Dharam Singh Saini has left the party.
Left the Government housing and security too:
BJP MLA Dharam Singh Saini from Nakur Vidhan Sabha seat of Saharanpur has resigned from the party and has also left government residence and security. However, why he resigned from the party is not known.
Minister and 2 MLAs resigned today
Apart from Minister Dharam Singh Saini, today (January 13) two other MLAs have also resigned. Bidhuna MLA from Auraya Vinay Shakya and Shikohabad MLA Mukesh Verma resigned from BJP today.
Leaders who have resigned from BJP till now
- Swami Prasad Maurya, MLA, Padrauna, Kushinagar
- Dara Singh Chauhan, MLA, Madhuban, Mau
- Dharam Singh Saini, MLA, Nakud, Saharanpur
- Roshanlal Verma, MLA, Tilhar, Shahjahanpur
- Brijesh Prajapati, Banda, Tindwari, Banda
- Vinay Shakya, MLA, Bidhuna, Auraiya
- Bhagwati Sagar, MLA, Bilhaur, Kanpur Dehat
- Mukesh Verma, MLA, Shikohabad, Firozabad
Akhilesh welcomes Dharam Singh Saini to SP
After resigning from the Yogi cabinet and BJP, Dharam Singh Saini met SP National President Akhilesh Yadav. Sharing the photo, Akhilesh wrote, ‘With the arrival of Mr. Dharam Singh Saini ji, another warrior of social justice to our society, our ‘positive and progressive politics’ has got more enthusiasm and strength. Hearty welcome and greetings to him in Samajwadi Party! In the twenty-two the victory of inclusiveness – harmony is certain!’
Three ministers resigned in 3 days
Yogi government minister Swami Prasad Maurya on Tuesday announced his resignation from the cabinet and quit the BJP. After this, Forest and Environment Minister Dara Singh Chauhan resigned. Now the AYUSH Minister Dharam Singh Saini has also left the party.
Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh to be held in 7 phases:
Let us inform you that this time in Uttar Pradesh, 403 assembly seats will be elected in seven phases and the counting of votes will be done on 10 March. The assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh will begin on February 10 with voting in 58 seats in 11 districts of the western part of the state. This will be followed by 55 seats in the second phase on February 14, 59 seats in the third phase on February 20, 60 seats in the fourth phase on February 23, 60 seats in the fifth phase on February 27, and 57 seats in the sixth phase on March 3. And on March 7, voting will be held in 54 seats in the seventh and final phase.