Ritesh Pandey, who was elected to the lok sabha on Bahujan Samaj party (BSP) ticket from Ambedkar nagar parliamentary constituency of Uttar Pradesh, on sunday resigned from the primary membership of the party and joined the bharatiya janata party (BJP) in Delhi. Pandey shared a copy of the resignation letter written to BSP chief mayawati on the social media platform 'X'. Meanwhile, BSP chief mayawati, in a series of posts on social media platform 'X' on sunday, without mentioning Ritesh Pandey, asked her party MPs whether it is possible to give tickets to people who are seen wandering here and there out of selfishness. ''

What did you say in your resignation?

In a letter addressed to the BSP chief, Ritesh Pandey, while discussing his political achievements of being elected as mla and then mp from the party, complained that "For a long time, I am neither being called to the party meetings nor to the leadership meetings." Communication is being done at various levels. I made countless attempts to contact my top officials but they yielded no results.

Pandey said, "I have come to the conclusion that the party no longer needs my service and presence, hence I have no option but to resign from the primary membership." This decision to break ties with the party is an emotionally difficult decision. He said, "Through this letter, I resign from the primary membership of the Bahujan Samaj party and request you to accept my resignation without any delay." mayawati, without mentioning Ritesh Pandey in her post on Due to which the policy and working style of this party is different from the capitalist parties of the country, keeping this in mind the party also fields its candidates in the elections.

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