So will BJP fix the equations of Purvanchal by cultivating Rajbhar community now? – न्यूज़लीड India

So will BJP fix the equations of Purvanchal by cultivating Rajbhar community now?


Yogi met with son Arvind Rajbhar

Om Prakash Rajbhar along with his son Arvind Rajbhar had a meeting with CM Yogi on Wednesday. Rajbhar claims that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has accepted their demand for inclusion of Rajbhar community in the list of Scheduled Tribes. The SBSP president said that he raised the demand for tribal status. The Rajbhar community told the Chief Minister that they agreed with him.

Government is ready to include Rajbhar society in SC

Government is ready to include Rajbhar society in SC

Rajbhar further said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked him to prepare a proposal for his demand and send it to the Centre. The SBSP president met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday and raised the demand for inclusion of Bhar and Rajbhar communities in the Scheduled Tribes category. He along with his son Arvind Rajbhar met the Chief Minister. Actually, BJP wants to strengthen its position in Purvanchal by cultivating Om Prakash Rajbhar.

no action will be taken against the poor

no action will be taken against the poor

Rajbhar also said that he raised the issue of demolition drive against illegal construction on government land. Rajbhar said that he has appealed to the Chief Minister not to bulldoze the houses of poor people of backward communities living in such areas for more than 50 years. He said that the Chief Minister immediately directed his Principal Secretary to ensure that no action is taken against the poor.

Rajbhar fought the assembly elections together with the SP

Rajbhar fought the assembly elections together with the SP

Rajbhar, a former ally of the Bharatiya Janata Party, had contested this year’s Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections in alliance with the Samajwadi Party. However, he broke ties with the Akhilesh Yadav-led party soon after the results were announced, in which the BJP won a clear majority. Rajbhar’s party was earlier in alliance with the BJP, but left the National Democratic Alliance after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, accusing Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath of being against backward classes.

CM Yogi also met Sanjay Nishad

CM Yogi also met Sanjay Nishad

In fact, nearly a week after the Allahabad High Court quashed three government orders notifying 17 castes under the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category in the Scheduled Castes list, ministers in the Yogi government Sanjay Nishad and Rakesh Sachan called on Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. had met. During this, the issue of reservation for the Majhwar (fishermen) community was discussed. Sanjay Nishad is also the president of the Nishad Party, an ally of the BJP in the state. Nishad had said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has assured that within a week the proposal will be prepared and sent to the central government.

Rajbhar had done damage to BJP in Purvanchal

Rajbhar had done damage to BJP in Purvanchal

Rajbhar caused a lot of dent to BJP in Purvanchal Om Prakash Rajbhar has caused a lot of damage to BJP in the recently concluded elections in UP and especially in Purvanchal. If we look at the figures of Purvanchal, the position of BJP has weakened in about half a dozen districts. In a dozen districts including Ghazipur, Mau, Jaunpur, Ballia, Azamgarh, the BJP suffered a loss of about 25 to 30 seats, especially due to not getting the votes of Rajbhars. Now even after the victory in the elections, BJP has started the exercise of cultivating Rajbhar to make Modi PM in 2024.

BJP wants to take Rajbhar along

BJP wants to take Rajbhar along

The SBSP contested the 2022 assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh in alliance with the Samajwadi Party. Now after returning to power in Uttar Pradesh after winning the BJP majority in the elections, it is being said that the SBSP is likely to return to the National Democratic Alliance. Om Prakash Rajbhar had reportedly met BJP leaders Amit Shah for about an hour. There is no confirmation yet on whether the SBSP will join the BJP alliance again.

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