New Delhi. The election board of UP has been laid and all the parties are ready to jump in the fray. Senior Shiv Sena leader and MP Sanjay Raut has said that his party is also going to jump in the electoral fray of UP. Said that change in the state is very necessary. The leaders have also devised a strategy. BKU leader Rakesh Tikait has become an important political character for all parties these days due to the government forcing the withdrawal of three agricultural laws.
Sanjay Raut said that I am going to West UP, there I will meet farmer leader Rakesh Tikait and get information about what he wants, if we want to fight in UP then we need the blessings of farmers. Under this, on Thursday, Sanjay Raut reached his house in Muzaffarnagar to meet Rakesh Tikait. During this, both the leaders had a warm meeting. Sanjay Raut while talking to the media said that we will not form an alliance with anyone but we want change in UP and change is happening.
Raut said, “This is just the beginning and politics is about to change in Uttar Pradesh.” Elections are about to happen. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut claimed that a political change is about to take place in Uttar Pradesh and it was triggered by the recent resignation of a state minister and some other BJP MLAs. In a setback to the BJP in Uttar Pradesh, OBC (Other Backward Classes) leader Swami Prasad Maurya on Tuesday resigned from the state cabinet and three other MLAs also announced their intention to quit the party.
On the other hand, Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Pawar said on Maurya’s departure in UP that, “every day some new faces will migrate till the polling is done”. will be involved in. On Yogi Adityanath’s future in Uttar Pradesh, Pawar said, “People want change. Referring to the election scenario in Goa, the chief spokesperson of Shiv Sena said, “Our fight is with BJP’s note (money force). He said, “Shiv Sena is a party of the common people. We want to tell people not to fall in the greed of money.