New Delhi. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. At round 10.45 pm, CM Yogi reached the PM residence. After this, the assembly of PM Modi and CM Yogi began round 11 o’clock. After assembly the PM, Yogi reached his residence to satisfy BJP Chief JP Nadda. Meanwhile, there’s information that CM Yogi may also meet President Ram Nath Kovind. According to the data obtained, the CM will meet the President at round 1.30 pm today.
After assembly the PM, CM Yogi tweeted. He wrote- Today I had the privilege of getting courtesy go to and steerage from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Heartfelt gratitude to the revered Prime Minister for offering time and type steerage to satisfy your busy routine.
Earlier, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday. It is probably going that Yogi will meet BJP President JP Nadda. Just a number of days in the past, BJP’s National General Secretary (Organisation) BL Santosh and the party’s state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh had visited Lucknow and reviewed the party’s preparations for next yr’s meeting elections. Both the leaders had met the state authorities ministers and key officers of the group throughout this era.
After this, after Adityanath’s sudden arrival in Delhi and assembly the central leaders, as soon as once more the hypothesis of cupboard enlargement within the state has intensified. These speculations had been additional strengthened when sources claimed that Nadda met Prime Minister Modi and former Union minister Jitin Prasada, who had joined the BJP a day earlier, met Chief Minister Adityanath.
Member of Legislative Council AK Sharma additionally in Delhi
No official data was given concerning the assembly between Nadda and the prime minister, however Prasad termed his assembly with the chief minister as a courtesy name. AK Sharma, a former administrative officer and member of the Legislative Council, who lately joined the BJP, can also be in Delhi. Sources say that he met some central leaders of the party. Sharma is taken into account near Prime Minister Modi.
BJP leaders or senior party functionaries didn’t give any official details about this spherical of conferences, however sources claimed that this train is concerning the induction of another leaders together with Prasad and Sharma within the Uttar Pradesh authorities. Prasad is from a widely known Brahmin family of the state, whereas Sharma belongs to the Bhumihar group.
Yogi’s assembly with Shah lasted until one and a half
After assembly Shah, Adityanath tweeted, “Today received his guidance from Union Home Minister Amit Shah by meeting him in a courtesy call in New Delhi. Hearty thanks to the Home Minister for giving his valuable time for the visit. Along with this tweet, Adityanath also shared a picture in which he is seen handing over a copy of the ‘Solution to Migrant Crisis’ report to Shah.
According to sources, during his meeting with Shah, which lasted for about one and a half years, Adityanath also discussed other political issues including the second wave of Kovid-19 in the state. Apna Dal President and former Union Minister Anupriya Patel also reached Shah’s residence when Shah and Adityanath’s meeting was going on. Shah tweeted and informed about the meeting with Adityanath and Patel and also shared pictures.
Nishad Party President Sanjay Kumar Nishad of Uttar Pradesh and Sant Kabirnagar MP Praveen Nishad also met Shah. Shah’s meeting with Patel and Nishad Party leaders is being seen as an attempt by the BJP to woo allies ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. Patel was a minister in the central government in the first term of Prime Minister Modi, but when he became the Prime Minister for the second time, he did not give the leader of his party a place in his cabinet.
In the midst of those conferences, former IAS officer Sharma additionally met distinguished leaders of the Nishad Party. After this, he tweeted and stated, ‘Good luck assembly with Sanjay Kumar Nishad, the beloved chief of Nishad society, party supremo and political ‘Gadfather’ of fishermen society, and Praveen Nishad, a well-liked MP from Sant Kabir Nagar. We will work collectively for the development of the individuals of those societies. This spherical of conferences in Delhi is being thought of crucial in view of the meeting elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh next yr.