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Key Samajwadi Party Ally OP Rajbhar Denies Meeting With Amit Shah

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SP ally SBSP’s OP Rajbhar mentioned, “I have not travelled out of Lucknow in many days”.

Lucknow:

The opposition alliance led by Samjawadi Party having decisively misplaced the battle for Uttar Pradesh, there’s hypothesis now on whether or not the Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) chief OP Rajbhar is leaning in direction of former companion BJP once more.  

The hypothesis began amid stories of his assembly with the BJP’s chief strategist Amit Shah. The buzz is that Mr Rajbhar met the highest management of the BJP on Holi.

A purported photograph of the assembly additionally surfaced on social media, which later turned out to be 4 years previous.  

Mr Rajbhar has denied that any assembly befell.  “This is not true at all. I have not travelled out of Lucknow in many days. I am with the Samajwadi Party, will remain with them and also contest the 2024 Lok Sabha polls as an ally,” he mentioned in response to questions by journalists.

Mr Rajbhar’s SBSP has appreciable affect among the many Other Backward Classes in jap Uttar Pradesh and he was a part of the rainbow coalition stitched up by Samajwadi chief Akhilesh Yadav forward of the elections to complement his occasion’s Yadav-Muslim help base.  

The occasion received six seats within the just lately concluded polls.  

In 2017, Mr Rajbhar had contested the state polls as a part of the NDA coalition. But he give up the alliance in 2019, in the midst of the Lok Sabha elections, complaining that he was being “ignored” by the BJP, particularly Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

The occasion was upset that it was not given sufficient seats to contest in jap Uttar Pradesh.  

In April 2019, Mr Rajbhar had dramatically marched into the house of Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow at three am along with his resignation letter and demanded to see him.  

He left when advised that the Chief Minister was sleeping.  

While the BJP and its allies received a file two straight phrases in Uttar Pradesh with 273 seats, the exit of Mr Rajbhar had meant a thinning of its OBC help base.  

His return would strengthen the occasion within the essential jap Uttar Pradesh, the place it received 68 out of 122 seats forward of the 2024 normal elections.

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