Former CM's Daughter-in-law joins BJP ahead of UP Polls

The political heat in the poll-bound states has changed at once with the parties planning their steps carefully. Adding fuel to the heat, the leaders are shifting their loyalties to other parties which is resulting in the change of the political equations in the concerned states.

Earlier, the ruling outfit Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) suffered back-to-back big blows when the Ministers and other leaders joined the opposition party Samajwadi Party. This made the opposition party get a feeling that their winning chances have increased.

Now it's the turn of the Samajwadi Party to taste the shock. Popular leader and family member of Samajwadi Party joined the saffron party Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP). Giving a reason for this, the leaders said the administration towards the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's work made her do so.

Aparna Yadav, former CM Mulayam Singh's daughter-in-law had joined the BJP on Wednesday ahead of the much-awaited general elections in Uttar Pradesh.

Aparna Yadav's actions have been hinting at her anti-Samajwadi party voice. In various instances, Aparna Yadav had openly extended her support to the saffron party over various decisions and schemes taken by the party.

Earlier, Aparna Yadav had made many heads turn by making a donation towards the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Making the media reports true, Aparna Yadav shifted her loyalty to the BJP.

BJP should see the development as a favorable one to it in the forthcoming general elections. There is a possibility of the vote bank of the Samajwadi Party to get divided with Aparna Yadav joining the saffron party.

Looking at the background of Aparna Yadav, she is the daughter-in-law of the Ex-Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mulayam Singh Yadav. She got married to Prateek Yadav back in 2011. The couple is blessed with a daughter.

Aparna Yadav's father is a famous journalist. Having studied at the Loreto Convent in Lucknow, Aparna Yadav is an Almanac of the well-known University of Manchester. She tried her luck in the 2017 elections on a Samajwadi Party ticket. However, she failed to win the elections and she was defeated by the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) candidate.
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