Shock to SP! Mulayam Singh Yadav's former daughter-in-law joined BJP for the post of district president

Shock to SP! Mulayam Singh Yadav's former daughter-in-law joined BJP for the post of district president

Monika Yadav left the Samajwadi Party and got the support of BJP for the post of District Panchayat President. Monika Yadav is the former daughter-in-law of Mulayam Singh Yadav and ex-wife of former Badaun MP Dharmendra Yadav. Due to this, while there is an atmosphere of happiness in the BJP, there is an atmosphere of sorrow in the SP.

Monika Yadav reached the district BJP office at around 3 pm on Friday. After this, BJP District President Rupesh Gupta announced his support to Monika Yadav for the post of District Panchayat President. Gupta told that the state leadership has decided to support Monika Yadav. At the same time, Monika Yadav informed that she has resigned from the active membership of Samajwadi Party.

I will win the election in any case

Monica's brother and father are still in SP. When Monica was asked about this, she did not give any direct answer and said that you ask her this. I have taken a personal decision and sought support from BJP for the elections. In any case, I will win the election of the post of Zilla Panchayat President. I have absolute majority. During this, other leaders including MP Mukesh Rajput, MLA Sushil Shakya, Nagendra Singh Rathore, Amar Singh Khatik, former MLA Kuldeep Gangwar were present.

BJP changed the equation

After this, now the equations of Panchayat elections have changed. Now Monika Yadav is giving tough competition to Dr Subodh Yadav. After BJP's support went to Monika Yadav, now the contest has become exciting. After Monica rebelled from the party, now action can be taken against her father and brother too. If sources are to be believed, the party can now show the way out of both.


Yogi government strict on the allegations of threatening the woman by calling the woman in the middle of the night, orders for investigation against IG BR Meena

Yogi government strict on the allegations of threatening the woman by calling the woman in the middle of the night, orders for investigation against IG BR Meena

Uttar Pradesh DGP Mukul Goel on Saturday ordered an inquiry against BR Meena, a 1997 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer. Senior police officials said that a Ghaziabad man accused Meena of harassing his daughter by calling her late at night.

UP Police, through its official Twitter handle, replied to the complainant that the UP DGP has asked Additional Director General of Police, Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) Headquarters, Ajay Anand to investigate the matter and submit the report to him at the earliest.

BR Meena is posted in PAC

BR Meena is currently posted as Inspector General of Police, PAC, Eastern Zone in Prayagraj. Meena has not yet reacted to the allegations against her. State Police Spokesperson AN Tripathi said that more details will be given in the matter after the investigation is completed.

In the tweet, the officials assured the complainant that cognizance of his complaint has been taken and the matter is being investigated. The complainant has been asked to submit a written application in this regard to the Ghaziabad Police with all the details.

Complaint was made through tweet on July 30

The complainant, in a tweet dated July 30, had said that IG calls his daughter late and threatens her with different numbers. He demanded immediate intervention of the state government and tagged Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, DGP UP, IPS and IAS associations in his tweet. The complainant in his Twitter profile has described himself as a retired government official.