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Amid exodus of OBC leaders in UP, BJP launches reach out campaign – New Delhi News

The Uttar Pradesh BJP unit has witnessed a string of defections over the previous couple of days, beginning with Cabinet Minister Swami Prasad Maurya and most of them are from the OBC communities.

Uttar Pradesh BJP OBC Morcha president Narendra Kashyap advised IANS that beginning January 14 celebration leaders will reach out to the backward communities in all of the 403 Assembly constituencies of the state telling individuals in regards to the welfare measures taken by the BJP authorities underneath the management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the final seven years.

According to Kashyuap, the morcha chief will reach out to the group members throughout the state and welfare measures taken underneath Modi and Yogi Adityanath authorities in the state. “Our workers in small groups meet OBC community members in all the 403 Assembly constituencies and explain them about the initiatives like 27 per cent reservation for OBC category and 10 per cent reservation for the economically weaker sections in All India Quota Scheme in undergraduate and postgraduate (PG Medical/Dental courses) in the field of medical education,” Kashyap mentioned.

He pointed out the Modi authorities has given Constitutional standing to the National Commission for Backward Classes, handed the 127th Constitution Amendment that allowed states and Union territories to arrange their very own checklist of backward courses and picked 27 OBC ministers for his authorities.

“BJP OBC Morcha workers will explain to the community members how the other political parties have cheated them and treated them only as vote banks. It is the Modi government which worked for their welfare,” Kashyap added.

The OBC performs an necessary and decisive function in Uttar Pradesh politics and constitutes over 50 per cent of the full citizens of the state. While the non-Yadav OBCs represent round 35 per cent of the state’s complete citizens, they’re eyeing to win the election for a second consecutive time period.

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