Father Swami Prasad joins SP, BJP MP Sanghamitra Maurya responds

Lucknow: Swami Prasad Maurya, who rebelled and resigned after 5 years in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Uttar Pradesh, has joined the Samajwadi Party (SP) on Friday along with some former ministers. Maurya also targeted the BJP on the occasion. On the other hand, his daughter and BJP MP Sanghmitra Maurya are also being questioned after Swami Prasad joined the SP and made a statement against the BJP.



Amidst all this, BJP MP from Badaun Lok Sabha seat Sanghmitra Maurya has decided to remain in the BJP even after his father went on a different path. It was only on Friday that Swami Prasad's daughter Sanghamitra Maurya wrote a post on Facebook in which she remembered father Swami Prasad Maurya and also called PM Narendra Modi her father. In a Facebook post, BJP MP Sanghamitra Maurya expressed her feelings towards father Swami Prasad Maurya.

She posted a picture of herself with her father and wrote, 'I will ask for something and not be fulfilled, there is no such situation, I will call and Father will not listen, we are not far away. Sanghamitra further wrote that the Prime Minister had told my father, "This daughter is now our daughter, we took this daughter. She wrote, "The situation in Uttar Pradesh today is babbling, where on the one hand, respected Modiji talks about having a big family of the BJP and works, But some people do not want to accept anyone by introducing small thinking. 

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