UP Assembly Election 2022: Former ministers Swami Prasad Maurya and Dharam Singh Saini, who gave a jolt to the BJP before the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, joined the Samajwadi Party today. Along with him, five BJP MLAs and one Apna Dal MLA also rode on a ‘cycle’ in the presence of SP President Akhilesh Yadav.
The five BJP MLAs who have joined the SP are Bhagwati Sagar (Bilhaur in Kanpur), Roshanlal Verma (Tilhar in Shahjahanpur), Vinay Shakya (Bidhuna in Auraiya), Brijesh Prajapati (Tindwari in Banda) and Mukesh Verma (in Firozabad). Shikohabad). Amar Singh Chaudhary, Apna Dal (Sonelal) MLA from Shohratgarh in Siddharthnagar also joined the SP. The Samajwadi Party is excited by the joining of these MLAs.
Meanwhile, C Voter has done a survey for ABP News to grope the minds of the people. In this survey, it was asked whether Akhilesh Yadav will benefit from the leaders leaving BJP? On this question, 36 percent people said that yes it will be beneficial. At the same time, 48 percent answered no. 16 percent said that they do not know.
Will Akhilesh benefit from the leaders leaving BJP?
Yes – 36%
no – 48%
Unknown – 16%
Welcoming the leaders from BJP to the SP, SP President Akhilesh Yadav said, “A few days ago we had said that the Chief Minister will have to keep a teacher of mathematics. These eighties and twenty are talking about. Eighty percent of the people stood with the Samajwadi Party. Those who have seen the stage today, must have listened to Swami Prasad Maurya, it seems that even 20 percent of them would have turned against him.
The former CM said, “Now the Bharatiya Janata Party is sure to be wiped out. Now no one can stop the elimination and those who were talking about three-fourths are talking about three to four percent.
Welcoming these leaders, Akhilesh Yadav said, “One wicket after the other of BJP is falling. Although our CM does not know how to play cricket. Swami Prasad Maurya had said that wherever he goes, the government is formed. This time also he has brought a large number of leaders with him.
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