Former BSP politician Swamy Prasad Maurya may form new party

Lucknow: Senior Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) politician and leader of opposition party in the state assembly Swamy Prasad Maurya who has recently resigned from the party is reportedly going to form new party as he has not opened about whether he will be joining any other political party.

Maurya on Thursday met two of the former BSP ministers Daddu Prasad and Rajesh Tirpathi and several other party members who have been suspended from the BSP.

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Former leader of opposition party has called a meeting on July 1st of all the members from BSP those who are not satisfied and some of those who have left party.

Interestingly, soon after leaving BSP Swamy Prasad has been appreciated by senior Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Azam Khan and chief minister Akhilesh Yadav.

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Later, Maurya sharpen attacks on Samajwadi Party and have spoken some hard words by saying SP belongs to ‘Gundo aur badmasho wali party’.

With these attacks on SP it is clear that he is not interested in join cabinet ministry expansion of the ruling party which is going to take place on June 27, where there is requirement two new ministers.


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