Another MLA left BJP in Uttar Pradesh; 7 resignations in 3 days – World Affairs SRS

Another MLA left BJP in Uttar Pradesh; 7 resignations in 3 days

– World Affairs SRS

In a fresh blow to the BJP, Shikohabad assembly constituency MLA Dr Mukesh Verma on Thursday resigned from the primary membership of the party, accusing the government of lack of respect for backward classes and Dalits.

Verma is the seventh MLA, including two ministers, to have resigned from the BJP in the last three days.


In a letter to BJP state president Swatantra Dev, Verma said that the voices of backward classes, dalits, unemployed youth, traders and shopkeepers of medium and small scale industries are being ignored, so I am resigning from the primary membership of the party. . Lion.

He said he would continue the “fight for justice” under the leadership of Other Backward Classes (OBC) leader Swami Prasad Maurya.

Maurya, after resigning from the Yogi Adityanath-led cabinet on Tuesday, was accused of “gross neglect” by the BJP towards Dalits, backward classes, farmers, unemployed youth and small traders.

OBC leader Verma also sent a copy of the letter to the party’s national president JP Nadda.

There are speculations that he will join the Samajwadi Party (SP).

In recent days, Verma had met SP leaders, amid rumors that the BJP would not field him in the upcoming elections.

Avtar Singh Bhadana, Brijesh Kumar Prajapati, Roshan Lal Verma, Bhagwati Sagar and Vinay Shakya are the five other leaders who have quit the BJP in the last 36 hours.

Verma could not be reached over phone.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from a syndicated feed.)

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