The party brass is closely watching the developments following violent protests in several states, most of which are under BJP rule.
Apart from Chief Minister Rawat, senior officials, including state’s chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh, were also present at the meeting.
Mayawati's latest statement accusing Centre of adopting “double standard” while dealing with Bengal and Bihar, clearly shows her growing proximity with Bengal CM Mamata Banarjee.
By announcing that the defeat of BSP’s candidate in a Rajya Sabha poll last weekend would cause a bigger loss for BJP, Mayawati has moved a step closer to an alliance with the SP for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
SP and BSP, which came together during the recent bypolls for Gorakhpur and Phulpur LS seats, have started examining seats where the BJP had won because of division of votes.
The ruling BJP govt reviewed the progress of the mining directorate, after it suffered a setback in the Lok Sabha bypolls in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. Fresh directions issued.
While Shah assured him that he would look into his grievances, Rajbhar, whose support earlier looked doubtful, confirmed his party’s backing for BJP’s ninth candidate in the Rajya Sabha polls.
The ruling BJP requires the votes of SBSP’s four MLAs, plus another nine, to send its ninth candidate, Anil Agarwal, to the Rajya Sabha.
The Mayawati-led party wants to first be sure of the transfer of SP votes in the parliamentary constituencies that it may get during the seat sharing.
Yogi's election as CM had also changed the fortunes of his Hindu Yuva Vahini. It not only stopped recruiting but started working for implementing policies of the state government.
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