Split in Omprakash Rajbhar’s party Subhasp
45 people resigned simultaneously in Mau district
The leaders released the video and spoke of resignation
Report – Abhishek Rai
mauOmprakash Rajbhar’s party has split in SubhaSP. The leaders are leaving the party. Omprakash Rajbhar may be denying the break-up of the party, but there has been a split in the rural areas. In Mau district, Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party workers have started leaving the party. Active workers of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party have resigned in Lakhni Mubarakpur of Ghosi assembly. 45 people, including the district general secretary, have left the party. Omprakash Rajbhar is busy in persuading the workers.
However, Omprakash Rajbhar has denied the claim of breaking up the party. He said that these false claims are being made only on the media. He has blamed the media for the breakup of the party, calling it a rumour. But the reality is that Omprakash Rajbhar is engaged in damage control. He is going from village to village and meeting party officials.
OP Rajbhar denies the claim of breaking the party
SubhaSP chief OP Rajbhar is denying the claim of breaking the party. While the leaders of his party are constantly leaving his side. The grassroots leaders of rural areas are resigning from the party. Openly announcing to leave your membership. Many leaders are making a video and making it viral, saying that they should resign.
45 leaders left the party
Yesterday i.e. on Monday where the party was engaged in damage control. On the other hand, the grassroots and active workers and office-bearers of the party kept on resigning and leaving. A total of 45 people left the party in Mau district. The party now started persuading these leaders. OP Rajbhar Ghosi is going to the house of angry workers in half a dozen villages including Saroj village in the assembly. At present, the entire party is engaged in damage control.
Tags: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Mau news, Omprakash Dhankhar, OP Rajbhar, Uttarpradesh news
FIRST PUBLISHED : September 13, 2022, 10:38 IST