New Delhi: Before the elections in Uttar Pradesh, the political stir has intensified. On Thursday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath suddenly visited Delhi and met Home Minister Amit Shah. This meeting lasted about one and a half hours. Meanwhile, Apna Dal (S) President and former Union Minister Anupriya Patel also came to meet Amit Shah. Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted that he met Apna Dal (S) national president Anupriya Patel.
Anupriya Patel made this demand from Amit Shah
According to the information, Anupriya Patel demanded from Amit Shah that two more ministers of her party should be made in the state. Apart from this, there should be a minister of state in the centre also. Her demand has been asked to consider sympathetically.
UP cabinet reshuffle fixed?
Let us tell you that Anupriya Patel’s party Apna Dal has nine MLAs in UP and Anupriya has already said that her party gets more share in the UP cabinet. That’s why she wants the UP cabinet expansion to happen soon and two of her people should be made ministers. At present, her party has a minister of state in the UP cabinet. His name is Jaikishan Jackie, who is the Minister of State for Jail.
Jitin Prasad met CM Yogi
On the other hand, Jitin Prasad, who left the hand of Congress and joined BJP a day earlier, met CM Yogi in the UP House. Although he named it a courtesy call. Apart from this, BJP MP Satpal Singh also met the Chief Minister. Rajya Sabha MP from Ghaziabad Anil Agarwal reached UP Sadan to meet CM Yogi.
CM Yogi will meet PM Modi tomorrow
Significantly, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday evening. Yogi Adityanath, who reached the capital on a two-day visit, is also expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President JP Nadda. According to information received from sources, Adityanath can meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, while his meeting with Nadda is possible today.
Let us inform you that this visit of Adityanath has come a day after former Congress leader Jitin Prasada, who hails from Uttar Pradesh, joined the BJP. Yogi’s visit to Delhi is considered important as assembly elections are held in politically important Uttar Pradesh next year.
Just a few days ago, BJP’s National General Secretary (Organization) BL Santosh and the party’s state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh had visited Lucknow and reviewed the party’s preparations for the next year’s Legislative Assembly elections.