Lucknow:Folk singer Neha Singh Rathore, who came into the limelight with the song 'UP Mein Ka Baa' during the uttar pradesh assembly elections this year, has got married. Along with Himanshu Singh, a resident of Ambedkarnagar in UP, he has taken seven pheras on June 21. Neha Singh Rathore becoming the daughter-in-law of UP has been lashed out at by the BJP MLC and many folk singers.
Let us know that Himanshu and Neha got engaged only last year. Himanshu Singh, son of Suryakant Singh, is originally a resident of Village Hedi Pahadia of Thana Mahrua in Ambedkarnagar. Before getting married in June 2021, Himanshu's mother Usha Singh became corona infected and passed away. Their marriage was postponed after this tragic incident in the family. Neha Singh Rathore, a native of Bihar, had hit the headlines during the UP assembly elections when she sang the song 'UP Mein Ka Baa' taking a dig at the UP government. His song was well liked by the opposition parties in the election atmosphere. The opposition parties and their supporters made it so viral that the song came on everyone's tongue.
After this, Neha Singh Rathore also made parts 2 and 3 of the song. After which, while replying to Neha, a well-known folk singer from Bundelkhand, Anamika Amber and famous actor and Gorakhpur MP Ravi Kishan sang the jababi song 'UP Mein Ye Ba'. Neha came into the limelight by singing the song 'UP Mein Ka Baa', now she is being taunted about the same. Famous folk singer Bandana Mishra has said that it has now been proved that Neha Singh Rathore had spread confusion about Uttar Pradesh during the assembly elections.
At the same time, comedian Tarachand Tanha has taunted that, 'Neha should sing now in UP in our in-laws' Ba.' Apart from this, BJP MLC Hariom Pandey has said, "At that time, there was an election atmosphere going on and the stunt was done (by Neha) to gain cheap popularity in UP along with the opposition. Only to highlight yourself. Now in the same UP, we got married and took shelter, so we were already saying sab ba ba in UP."