PM Modi’s close aide AK Sharma to enter UP Politics

UP, 19/6 (AO Bureau):Eventually, speculation was put to rest by giving AK Sharma, a former bureaucrat close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a post in the organization in Uttar Pradesh. The party has entrusted the responsibility of state vice-president to AK Sharma. Along with this, state president Swatantra Dev Singh has appointed Archana Mishra and Amit Balmiki as state ministers. It is to be known that Arvind Kumar Sharma, a 1988 batch IAS of Gujarat cadre, was given the membership of BJP on January 14, 2021 in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, by the State President of BJP Swatantradev Singh and Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma. Because Arvind Kumar Sharma has been one of the people close to PM Narendra Modi and he suddenly joined BJP in the middle of MLC elections in UP with VRS.

Then he was made a member of the Legislative Council. In such a situation, there were speculations about his other big roles. After the development, the heartbeat of some big faces from the organization to the government had increased, but after being made the state vice-president, there will be some relief among the leaders in the period of internal political turmoil.
Purvanchal was commanded
Significantly, when the infection was increasing during the Corona period, there was an outcry among the people regarding oxygen. Then AK Sharma had discharged his duties responsibly in the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Later he took over the command of the entire Purvanchal. During the meeting of Banaras, when PM Modi was taking a virtual meeting, he also praised the MLC and the former bureaucrat. After that, once again the market of discussions was heated. However, the countdown for the assembly elections has started. In such a situation, their utility in the organization can make the road ahead for BJP easier.

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