UP: Keshav Prasad Maurya said – Center will decide the leadership of the party in 2022, OBCs are not angry with the party

Keshav Prasad Maurya said that who will lead the party or who will be the face in 2022, the central leadership will decide, it is not my subject, it is the subject of the central leadership.

Political activities have started intensifying in Uttar Pradesh ahead of the assembly elections to be held next year. The round of meetings is going on in BJP. It is a matter of discussion that under whose leadership the BJP will contest the elections in 2022, whether changes will be made in the party at the state level. Amidst all these questions, UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad says that the decision will be taken by the central leadership.

Central leadership will decide- Keshav Prasad Maurya Keshav Prasad Maurya said that in 2022, who will lead the party or who will be the face, the central leadership will decide, it is not my subject, it is the subject of central leadership. In a special conversation with Aaj Tak, he said that the discussions which you are giving the name of Manthan, in fact it was not a brainstorm but a routine meeting, the media is free to speculate. At the same time, on the issue of OBC parties, Keshav Prasad Maurya said that OBC Not angry with the party. If Anupriya Patel is talking about Sanjay Nishad or Nishad Party, then they are our allies, they are already together. If need be, we will add more parties in future.

Let us tell you that the discussion is also that BJP has started in the exercise to convince the current ally and bring back the old ally who had left. Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently met Apna Dal (S) leader Anupriya Patel and Nishad Party chief Sanjay Nishad. At the same time, the doors of return to the alliance have been opened for OP Rajbhar, President of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SubhaSP).

It is worth mentioning that for the last few days, The process of meetings of BJP leaders from Lucknow to Delhi is going on because of how BJP should return to power in UP. If sources are to be believed, the feedback received by the BJP leadership is that due to allegations of mismanagement in the second wave of Corona and the displeasure of MLAs-MPs, the party may lose a significant vote bank compared to the last assembly elections.

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