Samajwadi Party MLC (Member of Legislative Council) and Rashtriya Shia Samaj founder Bukkal Nawab today tendered his resignation from the party while singing a favourable tune for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath.
SP MLC leader Bukkal Nawab and Yashwant Singh have resigned from the party.
On Uttar Pradesh's Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's work report so far, Nawab said, "Yogi is doing a good job. there hasn't been any scam at least".
"I am feeling very suffocated since last one-year". "Had his intentions for the family unity been really true, he would have discussed within the family and not through the media", retorted a close aide of Akhilesh Yadav According to sources close to him, the former chief minister has made a decision to wait till SP 's national convention in September, when his position as the national president would be rectified formally.
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Yashwant Singh is considered to be close to Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias "Raja Bhaiyya". There has been speculation that the BJP is not confident of Maurya's victory in the Assembly by-poll and earlier there had also been rumours that to avoid a defeat, the party may even ask him to resign from the UP cabinet and continue as a Member of Parliament from Phulpur.
Reacting to the political development, SP leader Akhilesh Yadav blamed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the resignations from his party leaders. BSP chief Mayawati said the BJP government was misusing the state machinery for political gains and that the MLCs who resigned should not have succumbed to any threats but instead stood against the high handedness of the government in UP. State Labour & Employment Minister said that people who are aware of Mayawati's greed for money will definitely leave the party.
BJP President Amit Shah arrived in Lucknow on Saturday.