Congress MLA said – BJP’s game is a failure, former IAS said – whatever happens in UP, you must have played

Congress MLA said

Retired IAS officer Surya Pratap Singh is known for his outspoken statements on social media. Recently he targeted BJP and also surrounded Narendra Modi, Amit Shah. Taking a jibe at the Modi government, Surya Pratap Singh gave the example of Bengal and said that now he has played in UP.


The former IAS wrote tauntingly- ‘There are three BJP CMs who might not accept Modi-Shah’s flag? Is the circle of supremacy shrinking in this battle for the summit? The voices coming in the midst of the silence visible from outside are definitely leaving some indications. No matter what happens, #khela_hobe in UP.


Here, Congress’s MLA Mukesh Sharma also took a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party. He wrote- ‘BJP’s game has failed! Changing CM is not an experiment but a game to hide failures! Many people also started reacting to Surya Pratap Singh’s post. A user named Umesh Singhal wrote- ‘Ever since Bond has come, the control of the High Command has increased. They are also following the footsteps of Congress. Do not allow leadership to emerge in the state.


A user named Shami Sheikh commented- ‘But sir the truth is also that the people of UP are very happy with the work of Yogi.’ One user said- ‘The medicine that BJP got in Bengal, the same will be given in UP too. This will give relief: Rakesh Tikait’. A user named Sachin Yuvraj said – ‘Tirth has gone, Yeddyurappa has gone, now Rupani will go, Yogi will go to 22, Modi will go to 24’.


A person named Milind Shah said- ‘Everyone in BJP and Sangh is praising Modi-Shah. Those who are in protest are slowly being eliminated. A person named Raja Singh wrote – ‘Kheda will not be played in UP, only when Modi-Yogi go, then good days will come. If Modi is a yogi, then mourning is only mourning.


Let us tell, after the upheaval in the politics of Gujarat, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has resigned from his post. Bhupendra Patel has been made the new Chief Minister of Gujarat.


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