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1-Changing Party just before the elections is a political theory of leaders as it looks like change in stance and ideology comes in dreams of these leaders. Once stalwart of party goes to different Political group without any hustle or fear of public image. In Amethi's Gauriganj BJP leader  Ravi Dutt Mishra jumps into the the seat of cycle leaving lotus behind. he joined Samajwadi Party after leaving BJP when he realize that he might not get election ticket to contest in UP polls of 2017. He came in BJP from Samajwadi Party in 2014.

2-Protest of opposition both outside and inside of the house over government decision of demonetisation leading serious ruckus, Parliament hardly working for days.In between this Member of parliament from Samajwadi Party Akshay Yadav got crossed his limits lashed into the well and threw papers onto Loksabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan. After the incident speaker herself and other member of parliament condemns Samajwadi Party MP action where BJP MP's asked for an immediate apology.Now Loksabha speaker may take disciplinary action against him. Akshay Yadav is a son of Samajwadi Party's Rajya Sabha member Ramgopal Yadav.Near about 200 Member of Parliament is protesting against demonetisation drive of government and demands Prime Minster to attend house and discuss on the issue.Prime Minister will be addressing Rajya Sabha on demonetisation on November 24, Thursday.

3-Central Minister Giriraj Singh seen very angry on roads of Sultanpur and exploded on the district president Jagjit Singh Chajju. the whole incident is during 'Parivartan Rath Yatra' when the BJP Rath reaches in Sultanpur and senior leaders of party Giriraj Singh and Mahendra Nath was the face of campaign, Singh who was resting in the circuit house was not informed by party local leaders that public meet in Sultanpur's Kadipur is already ended and campaign moves forward.

4-BSP leader from Barabanki's Dariyabad  Sudhir Singh joined Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). State president of BJP Keshav Prasad Maurya has welcomed the leader into the party. It seems like Saffron party eagerly welcoming leaders  from other political parties. Many other leaders also joined BJP. Surely  Mayawati feels the jolt just before Uttar Pradesh Elections.

5-Sant Kabir Nagar's Mehndawal BSP candidate Anil Tripathi was jailed just before Uttar Pradesh Elections.his name was booked in the land fraud case. his bail is cancelled by district court. It can prove to be worst situation for BSP as party planning may goes through pinch.

 

 

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