Aditya Yadav: Shivpal Yadav’s son Aditya becomes president of Praspa state and could run for office in 2024

Aditya Yadav: Shivpal Yadav’s son Aditya becomes president of Praspa state and could run for office in 2024

Lucknow: Samajwadi Progressive Party national chairman Shivpal Yadav has appointed former CPF chairman Aditya Yadav as state chairman of the PSP. Aditya is the son of Shivpal Yadav and he was a long-time chairman of the PCF. At the same time, PSP spokesman Deepak Mishra appreciated this decision by the party’s high command. The PSP spokesman says if the party is to be revived, then the senior party leadership has put on a young and excited face. The Samajwadi Progressive Party under the leadership of Aditya will perform well in Uttar Pradesh.

PSP spokesman Deepak Mishra said making Aditya Yadav the state president was a milestone for the party. Aditya Yadav has just won the ICA election and he has very good communication with the workers at the local level. The party has taken advantage of it and will continue to get it even after becoming the state president. Meanwhile, on the issue of alliance, PSP spokesman Deepak Mishra said that at this time we are strengthening our organization, options are still open in politics. On whether Praspa could join the BJP alliance in the coming times, he said it was obvious that we are powerful and we would not want a person.

SP won seats thanks to Shivpal Yadav’s alliance
The PSP spokesperson said that in recent assembly elections, the Samajwadi party alliance only won as many seats when Shivpal Yadav was involved in that alliance. At the same time, he said that the PSP will fight the upcoming municipal elections and the 2024 Lok Sabha elections with full vigor. In the upcoming elections, Aditya can also be seen trying his hand in the electoral field.

Aditya was president of the PCF for 10 years
According to a report, Aditya Yadav, national chairman of the Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party Lohia and son of SP MLA Shivpal Yadav, had been the chairman of the PCF for 10 years. This time, 11 BJP members were elected unopposed to the 14-member Federation committee that chose the president. To become president, 14 members of the federation must join the board, while the BJP did not allow Aditya Yadav to become a member of the board. At the same time, the remaining 3 seats come from the women’s quota, which is appointed by the government. At the same time, it is said that the Mulayam family was dominant in the field of cooperatives. In 1991, the Mulayam Singh Yadav family entered this region. Shivpal Yadav became PCF chairman in 1994, after which his son Aditya Yadav was elected.
Report – Abhay Singh

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