Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with many Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs from Uttar Pradesh for breakfast on Friday and discussed a variety of “non-political” subjects. The sources provided this information. According to him, the Prime Minister instructed MPs to contact with party workers and individuals outside of politics on a more regular basis. He added that BJP President JP Nadda and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi were among the 36 MPs who attended the meeting.

Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra, on the other hand, was at the centre of the conversation. He was not present at this conference. The opposition parties are attempting to surround the government on this issue because Mishra’s son is an accused in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case. Opposition parties have been pressing this issue and demanding Mishra’s resignation in the winter session of Parliament for the previous few days.

According to sources, the prime minister talked mostly “non-political” subjects during the informal visit at his official residence here. The MPs praised Modi for the development of the Kashi Vishwanath corridor, according to sources, and made specific mention of the prime minister eating lunch with the employees involved in the project. The MPs stated that the people of Uttar Pradesh, in particular, were grateful for this action.

PM has also met the MPs of these states

Modi encouraged MPs to compete in sports in their areas as part of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav,’ and to build a culture of improved health as a result. During the ongoing winter session of Parliament, the Prime Minister met with several groupings of BJP MPs for the fourth time. He has met MPs from the North East, the South, and Madhya Pradesh thus far.

The meeting of the MPs of the country’s largest state with the Prime Minister is seen as crucial in light of the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. This time, the BJP is running in the state assembly elections in partnership with Apna Dal(S) and Nishad Party. Assembly elections are scheduled for early next year, and the party has placed a high priority on winning.

In the previous month, the Prime Minister has visited the state many times and inaugurated a number of development projects. More of his programmes will be announced in the coming days. The BJP won 312 of the 403 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh, with 13 seats going to allies, in the recent assembly elections, and Yogi Adityanath was elected as the party’s leader.

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