Denied Rajya Sabha ticket, Naresh Agarwal dumps Samajwadi Party for BJP


Naresh Agarwal, a veteran Samajwadi Party (SP) leader who serves as a Rajya Sabha MP, joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday. "He is welcome. However, his comments regarding Jaya Bachhan ji are improper and unacceptable", Ms Swaraj has tweeted". Bachchan has once again been nominated to the upper house by the Samajwadi Party. The ticket was denied to me in the name of one who dances in film, does roles in films. The SP has only 47 votes and it can only send one leader to Parliament.

Piyush Goyal said that under the chief ministership of Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh has seen a new era of development. The announcement was made at a press conference in New Delhi in the presence of Union Railways minister Piyush Goyal. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra immediately clarified that his party respects people from all fields and welcomes them in politics.

Naresh Agrawal is known to make controversial comments, including one that mocked Hindu gods and which created an uproar in parliament previous year. But I don't have any conditions.

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She wrote, "Shri Naresh Agarwal has joined Bhartiya Janata Party. I will vote for BJP in Rajya Sabha and I thank PM Modi for showing faith on me".

Apart from that, he has also been a minister in the BJP government during Rajnath Singh's tenure as Uttar Pradesh CM. There are 10 Rajya Sabha seats up for grabs in Uttar Pradesh this time. The party, after its landslide victory in assembly elections past year, will win eight seats easily and will have some votes to spare. We have always welcomed leaders from Samajwadi Party with open arms since these are 2 very like-minded parties. The number of seats a party wins in the Rajya Sabha elections is dependent on the strength of its members - who form the electoral college - in the state Assembly.