Shah Alam Guddu Jamali Resigns From BSP: In the election season, the game of defections and resignations should not be seen; how can this happen. And if we talk about the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, then the interest of those who watch this game increases even more. This news is related to resignation.
A big leader and MLA have left the support of BSP and Mayawati. Resigned from the party. These leaders are the MLA of Mubarakpur of Azamgarh, Shah Alam. On Thursday, November 25, he handed over his residency to the BSP leadership. Apart from BSP, Shah Alam alias Guddu Jamali has also resigned from the membership of the assembly.
Shah Alam Guddu Jamali Resigns From BSP
According to news agency ANI, Shah Alam resigned from the party saying,
“In my meeting with you (i.e. Mayawati), I felt that you were not satisfied despite my devotion and sincerity towards the party. I don’t want to be a burden on the party if my leader is not satisfied with me or my work.”
Shah Alam’s resignation has also surfaced in media reports. In it, it is written,
“Sister, I will always be grateful to you. Expressing faith in me, you got me contested twice from the Legislative Assembly and once from the Lok Sabha seat. From 2012 till now, I have been loyal to the party and yours with complete integrity and honesty without any deceit.
But recently, in the meeting held on November 21, I realized that you are not satisfied with my honesty towards the party. If my leader is not happy with me, I do not consider it appropriate to remain a burden in the party. Therefore, I am also resigning from the post of leader of the party’s Legislature Party and MLA”.
Who is Shah Alam?
Shah Alam is an MLA from Mubarakpur in Azamgarh. He won the legislative election in 2012 and 2017 on a BSP ticket. In 2014, Shah Alam contested the seat of Azamgarh Sadar Lok Sabha but could not get success.
Although he got about 2 lakh 70 thousand votes, Shah Alam is considered the richest MLA of UP. His total assets are estimated to be more than Rs 118 crore. His departure may affect the party’s election campaign.
Shah Alam is not the first leader to leave the BSP. There is a long list behind them. In the last 15-20 years, many workers and leaders who strengthened the foundation of BSP have left the party.
Talking about the recent episodes, before Shah Alam, Mayawati had expelled Lalji Verma and Ramchal Rajbhar from the party in June. MLA Vandana Singh is also among the suspended leaders of BSP. She has taken membership of Bharatiya Janata Party.