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Party changing leaders trying to save their political future, know some of the special names who do so

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New Delhi (JNN). For some time now, there has been a race for leaders to move to another party. One of the major reasons for this is the state assembly elections. Most of the states have witnessed defections of leaders where elections are due in the near future. About 5-6 states are going to polls in the coming few times. In view of this, the leaders are looking for their future. In Uttarakhand, Yashpal Arya along with his MLA son Sanjeev Arya have left the BJP and held the Congress’ hand He is apparently seeing his future in the Congress. Congress national spokesperson Randeep Surjewala told a press conference in Delhi that he has held the hands of the Congress. Party state president Ganesh Godial and former CM Harish Rawat were also present in Delhi.

While Yashpal is an MLA from Bajpur, Sanjeev is an MLA from Nainital seat. His defection is also special as Yashpal Arya was the minister in the present government of Uttarakhand. He also had excise departments including transport, social welfare, minority welfare, student welfare, elections.

They also changed the party

On October 10, 2021, Devendra Rana and Surjit Singh Salathiya of the National Conference from Jammu and Kashmir resigned from the party and joined the BJP. Rana was the Chairman of NC in Jammu.

Tell me Rana is also the younger brother of former MLA and Union minister Jitendra Singh. He was the provincial president of the National Conference since 2011. Surjit Singh Salathiya was elected mla from Vijaypur in 2014.

Former Congress leader Jitin Prasada had suppressed the Janata Party on June 9, 2021. His father, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and POLITICAL ADVISOR to PV Narasimha Rao, is considered to be a very popular leader of Shahjahanpur, Lakhimpur and Sitapur. He also reached the Lok Sabha after winning on a Congress ticket and has also served as a minister at the Centre.

It was only in September 2021 that Rajkumar, a Congress leader from Uttarakhand and sitting MLA from Ki Purola seat, took over the BJP. Earlier, Dhanaulti Assembly MLA Pritam Singh Panwar had also joined the BJP.

In March 2020, young leader Jyotidita Scindia quit the Congress and took over the BJP. He had turned away from the Congress after a tug of war over the MADHYA PRADESH CM’s post. He is currently a Minister at the Centre.

Inderjit Singh, grandson of former President Giani Jail Singh, left the Congress and joined the BJP|

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Congress rolls out ‘Better Deal,’ new economic agenda

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From Samajwadi Vijay Yatra to Martyrs’ Day, everyone wants to cash in on Lakhimpur Kheri case

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New Delhi (JNN). Even after several days have passed in the Lakhimpur Kheri case, the politics does not seem to be stopping. Political parties neither want to let this issue go out of hand nor do they want to end it. On one side there is martyr day of farmers on the incident of Lakhimpur and on the other side there is victory march of Samajwadi Party. On the one hand, the Congress is protesting on the same incident. Overall, the opposition is trying to capitalize on the Lakhimpur issue everywhere. On his Samajwadi Vijay Yatra, Akhilesh Yadav wrote in a tweet:-

‘Samajwadi Vijay Yatra’ started from today

Beginning of the resolution of ‘Bicycle in Bicycle’

Every family of UP, every forced-oppressed

Every laborer, backward and dalit

farmers, poor, women, youth, businessmen

Everyone has one voice, we are ‘socialists’

New air – new SP

Hands of elders – Support of youth

Through this Samajwadi Vijay Yatra, Akhilesh has started a campaign to remove the dryness of power in UP. However, he is not the only one who has such a desire. Congress is also trying to remove this dryness through Lakhimpur.

Rakesh Tikait, the leader of the farmers who have mobilized against the agricultural laws and the national spokesperson of the Bharatiya Kisan Union, says that the matter cannot be investigated fairly until Ajay Mishra is not sacked from the Union Cabinet. He also said that he will not stop going to Lakhimpur Kheri till the victims get justice. Martyrs Day has also been organized in honor of the farmers killed in the Lakhimpur incident on Tuesday (October 12) under the leadership of the United Kisan Morcha. Apart from this, a program of last Ardas has also been kept for the farmers killed in Sahebzada Inter College, Tikunia.

No opposition party wants to stop the political stir on this issue. Leaders of almost all opposition parties, including Priyanka Gandhi, are continuously demanding the resignation of the Union Minister of State for Home. Rahul Gandhi says that the BJP central government is blocking the path of justice by not doing so. On Monday, in Delhi too, Congressmen protested over this incident. Priyanka has written in a tweet on this issue that the minister’s son arrested in the murder of farmers, does the minister still have the right to continue in the post? In his tweet, he has also written that for a fair investigation of the matter, it is necessary that the minister should be sacked.

On this issue, supporters of other parties including Congress are also protesting in Punjab. At the same time, Priyanka, the general secretary of Congress in UP, has taken over the command of the party on this issue. On Monday, she sat on a silent dharna in front of the GPO in Lucknow. Similarly, in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena and NCP had taken out a rally in protest against the Lakhimpur incident and called for a state-wide bandh. Akhilesh Yadav has written in another tweet that the success of the ruling party in Maharashtra bandh shows that the days of BJP are over.

On the other hand, BJP MP Varun Gandhi’s response on this issue is giving trouble to the BJP somewhere. On the other hand, Shiv Sena and NCP have come out openly in support of the statements given by Varun Gandhi. These parties say that everyone should support Varun. Let us tell you that after Varun’s statement, he and his mother Maneka Gandhi have been thrown out of the BJP’s central executive. This move of the party is also being seen by linking it to the Lakhimpur incident.

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