With the notification of the UP Assembly Election 2022, defection has begun. Minister Swami Prasad Maurya resigned from the state administration on Tuesday, prompting a wave of resignations among MLAs. At the same time, Dara Singh Chauhan, a minister in Uttar Pradesh's Yogi administration, has submitted his resignation. Dara Singh Chauhan was the Yogi government's Forest Minister. Since Swami Prasad Maurya's resignation, there has been talking that Dara Singh Chauhan may also leave and join the SP.
In his resignation letter to the Governor, he wrote, “I served wholeheartedly as the Minister of Forest, Environment and Zoological Gardens in the cabinet. But I resign from the cabinet after being hurt by the gross neglectful attitude of the government to the backward, downtrodden, Dalits, farmers and unemployed youth, as well as with the reservation of the backward and downtrodden."
Two ministers have resigned in two days. After which BJP has also started persuading these ministers. Immediately after the resignation of Dara Singh Chauhan, Deputy CM Keshav Maurya came forward to persuade him and asked him to reconsider the decision. He tweeted, "If any member of the family goes astray, it hurts to urge the respected dignitaries who go away that the loss will be theirs by riding on a sinking boat. Big brother Shri Dara Singh Ji, you should reconsider your decision.
Earlier on Tuesday, even after the resignation of Swami Prasad Maurya, he had come to persuade him. Then he had tweeted, "I do not know for what reasons respected Swami Prasad Maurya has resigned, I appeal to him to sit and talk, hasty decisions often prove to be wrong."
SP is constantly breaking into BJP. Along with this, she also wants to announce the candidates as soon as possible. SP chief Akhilesh Yadav held a meeting with the leaders of the alliance on Wednesday. In this meeting, an agreement has been reached regarding sheet sharing.
There is very little time left in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022. Along with this, rounds of meetings are also going on in all political parties including BJP, Congress, Samajwadi Party, BSP regarding ticket distribution. Meanwhile, the discussions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath contesting from Mathura seat are intensifying. However, this conjecture appears to be coming to a stop today. According to reports, there was no discussion at the BJP high command meeting about CM Yogi Adityanath running for the Mathura seat.
On Tuesday, there was a major disruption in Uttar Pradesh politics. Swami Prasad Maurya, a cabinet minister, Three more MLAs left the BJP. Brajesh Prajapati, MLA from Banda's Tindwari assembly, Roshanlal Verma, MLA from Shahjahanpur's Tilhar seat, and Bhagwati Sagar, MLA from Kanpur's Bilhaur, are among them. They have all resigned from their respective positions. Governor Anandiben Patel has received Swami Prasad Maurya's letter of resignation. Swami Prasad Morya has now joined the Samajwadi Party, leaving the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
There is very little time left in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022. Along with this, rounds of meetings are also going on in all political parties including BJP, Congress, Samajwadi Party, BSP regarding ticket distribution. Meanwhile, the discussions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath contesting from Mathura seat are intensifying. However, now this speculation seems to be coming to an end. According to the information, in the meeting of the BJP high command, there has been no discussion on CM Yogi Adityanath contesting from Mathura seat.