Remember the famous hindi proverb ‘Na idhar ke na udhar ke’ which means ‘Neither belong for this place or for that place’. This is what happening with once proud member of Bahujan Samaj Party and current leader of Bhartiya Janta Party Swami Prasad Maurya. The UP leader may soon leave his short term political tenure in BJP to join Congress.
According to inside sources, Swami Prasad Maurya is currently in Delhi and campaigning hard to get at least 30 constituency for upcoming UP Elections. But to Maurya’s disappointment, the top brass of BJP doesn’t have big plans for him and actually offering him less than three seats in upcoming election. Even party president Amit Shah refused to meet him in Delhi.
Sources also revealed that, Swami Prasad Maurya is furious with the BJP Leader and said that he was blindsided the entire time, As Amit Shah made promised to Maurya that he will get 30 seats if he’ll leave the Bahujan Samaj Party. Swami Prasad maurya has asked for 30 MLA tickets for upcoming election which includes his supporters, His Daughter and one for his son. But looking at the current scenario, he may get 2 or 3 seats maximum from BJP.
Swami Prasad Maurya is now looking to meet Rahul Gandhi and may soon join Congress wagon. But nothing is set in stone at this moment. We also got confidential information that Swami Prasad Maurya actually tried to contact BSP Supremo Mayawati for rejoining the party but the party president strictly refused to have any conversation with him.
Who Is Swami Prasad Maurya?
Maurya has been a MLA for four terms. He represented the Padrauna constituency and is a member of the Bhartiya Janta Party political party. He was previously a member of Bahujan Samaj Party and was elected in the assembly as a member of BSP. On 22 June 2016, Maurya resigned from all party posts alleging “money for ticket” syndicate being run by the party, this claim was later denied by the BSP supremo Mayawati in a press conference on the same day, where she thanked Maurya for doing courtesy on the party for leaving on his own, otherwise he was about to be expelled for promoting dynastic politics within BSP.