Lucknow, 2/6 (AO Bureau): For some time in the politics of Uttar Pradesh, the market of rumors was hot. The news was coming but no one was giving any specific reaction on them. Now BJP leaders who came from Delhi to Lucknow talked to many senior ministers one by one in the capital. After this it has become clear that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will continue to be the leader of the party in the state. Not only this, the party will enter the upcoming assembly elections under his leadership.
BJP’s national general secretary (organisation) B.L. Santosh on Tuesday night almost rubbished all the rumors about leadership change in UP, praising the “effective management” of the COVID situation under Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in the last five weeks.
On the other hand, party’s national vice president Radha Mohan Singh has termed the news of the change in leadership as a “fantasy” and “somebody’s brainchild”. Singh, who accompanied Santosh on a three-day visit to Lucknow, met Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma on Tuesday after meeting Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Full support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit ShahAll signs are indicating that Yogi Adityanath is getting full support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. The assessment at the Center is that Adityanath is the best leader for the party in UP as he is extremely popular there with his model of governance, hard work on the ground and clean image. Because of all this, the faith of the high command still remains in Yogi.
But some important changes are going to happen in both the party unit and the UP cabinet. A UP government minister told News18, “The cabinet is to be reshuffled and some new people may be inducted to further balance the caste equations while some ministers may be included in the organization to strengthen the party ahead of the UP elections.” can be brought.
It is believed that during Santosh’s visit to Lucknow, the complaints of BJP leaders were heard and given an opportunity to speak openly about the challenges faced by the party ahead of the 2022 state elections. The party leader said- ‘It should not be given much attention because