Uttar Pradesh Latest News: Before the 2022 UP assembly elections, big Congress leader Jitin Prasada has raised the saffron flag. Jitin joined BJP on Wednesday. On this, rebel Congress MLA Aditi Singh said that Jitin’s future will be bright in BJP.
Former Union Minister Jitin Prasada, who is considered very close to former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, joined the BJP on Wednesday. This is considered a big setback for the Congress before the 2022 UP assembly elections. At the same time, rebel Congress MLA Aditi Singh has described it as a big loss. He says that Congress is becoming a family party today. In such a situation, Congress should introspect.
MLA Aditi Singh said that the situation in the Congress is that all its prominent leaders are shunning the party. The big question is why are senior leaders like Jyotiraditya Scindia first and now Jitin Prasada going to another party? He said that Congress is becoming a one family party. His (Jatin) future will be bright in BJP.
Piyush Goyal got the membership
Earlier on Wednesday morning, Congress leader and former Union Minister Jitin Prasada joined BJP. He was running angry with the party leadership. Union Minister Piyush Goyal got Jitin to join the party. Before joining BJP, Jitin reached Union Minister Piyush Goyal’s residence to meet him. On the other hand, assembly elections are to be held in UP next year and big political meanings are being taken out of Jitin Prasada’s going to BJP.
Milind Deora praised the work of Gujarat government
On the other hand, Milind Deora has increased the concern of the Congress by praising the work of the Gujarat government. In fact, hotel industry, restaurants, resorts and water parks have been badly affected in Gujarat for the last one year due to the Corona epidemic. In view of the economic loss, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to waive his property tax and electricity bill for the last one year. Congress leader Milind Deora shared this news on his Twitter account and praised the Gujarat government. He has written- ‘A welcome step for other states to emulate. If we want to prevent further loss of jobs in India’s hospitality sector then all states should intervene immediately.