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BSP Lok Sabha MP Ritesh Pandey

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Lok Sabha MP from Ambedkar Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, Ritesh Pandey had lunch with PM Modi in the canteen of Parliament House during the budget session this year. Now today MP Ritesh Pandey has resigned from the primary membership of BSP and after some time also joined BJP. Ritesh Pandey was also among the nine MPs with whom Prime Minister Modi had lunch in the canteen of Parliament House during the budget session of Parliament.

Wrote your complaints in your resignation letter

After Ritesh Pandey joining BJP, it is being speculated that BJP may give him MP ticket from Ambedkar Nagar. Let us tell you that Pandey comes from a political family and his father Rakesh Pandey is an MLA from Samajwadi Party. Ritesh Pandey has also shared the copy of his resignation sent to BSP supremo Mayawati on social media. In this, Pandey wrote in the second paragraph, “For a long time, I was neither being invited to the party meetings nor was being communicated with at the leadership level. I asked for a meeting and to contact you and the top officials. Made countless efforts but no solution was found. During this time I kept meeting people and party workers in my area continuously. I have come to the conclusion that the party no longer needs my service and presence, hence I have tendered my resignation from the party. There is no option other than giving in. The decision to break away from the party is an emotionally difficult decision. You are requested to accept my resignation without any delay. I once again express my gratitude to you and the party and send my best wishes. “

Mayawati reacted as soon as the resignation came

As soon as MP Ritesh Pandey resigned, Mayawati also reacted on social media and directly attacked BJP. Mayawati wrote on her official Keeping this in mind, the party also fields its candidates in the elections. Now the BSP MPs have to meet this criterion and also check themselves whether they took proper care of the people of their area? Did they devote full time to their area? ?Also, has he properly followed the guidelines given from time to time in the interest of the party and the movement?

Mayawati wrote in another tweet, “In such a situation, is it possible to give tickets to most of the Lok Sabha MPs, especially when they are seen wandering here and there in their own interests and are in negative news. Despite the media knowing all this. It is unfair to publicize this as the party’s weakness. BSP’s party interest is paramount.”

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