Before the MLC elections in Uttar Pradesh, there has been news of great relief for the BJP on the Allahabad-Jhansi seat. Financeless Teachers Union leader Ashok Rathore has joined the BJP. With Ashok Rathore, a well-known leader of the Financeless Teachers Association, joining the BJP, speculations are being made that the chances of BJP’s candidate Dr. Babulal Tiwari’s victory in this election will get a new boost. Teacher leaders have been continuously fighting for various problems related to teachers for a long time.
Rathore, who announced joining the party in the presence of senior BJP leaders, said he took the decision to honor the teachers. He has always been fighting for the problems of teachers and will continue to do so in the future. He told that after discussing with the BJP officials, he has taken the membership of BJP on the assurance of maintaining the honor of the teachers.
Teachers union leader Ashok Rathore along with BL Bhaskar, Tulsiram Ashok Kumar Kushwaha, Dharmendra Singh, Narendra Singh Bhadoria, Dipendra Pratap Singh, Sharad Rathore, Ravindra Kumar, Pradeep Rathore Kuldeep Singh, Raju Kushwaha, Manish, Vivek Pratap Singh etc. Dozens of teacher unions Has joined BJP along with the office bearers of.
In order to witness this big change in Allahabad-Jhansi seat in MLC teacher election, BJP regional president Manvendra Singh, BJP state minister and election in-charge Sanjay Rai, MP Jhansi-Lalitpur Anurag Sharma, MLA Babina Rajeev Singh Parichha, District Panchayat President Pawan Gautam, District President Mukesh Mishra and Jamuna Kushwaha etc. were present.
During this, the regional president said that Babulal Tiwari would be victorious with huge votes. During this, BJP’s state minister and election in-charge Sanjay Rai said that the state government is very serious about the teachers and is constantly trying to solve their problems. He said that a plan is being prepared for the restoration of old pension for teachers in the state.
The position of BJP candidate Dr. Tiwari on this seat seems to be getting stronger gradually. Earlier, Narendra Pastar, the divisional leader of the Former Secondary Teachers Association and Shravan Dwivedi of the self-proclaimed association have also come forward in support of the BJP candidate.