Efforts from Delhi have intensified to align the Jat fraternity in western Uttar Pradesh in favor of the BJP. A meeting is going on at the house of BJP MP Parvesh Verma in Delhi, in which 253 Jat leaders of UP have been called for the meeting. The scene of this meeting looks very interesting. In this meeting, Amit Shah will meet Jat leaders. Leaders like Sanjeev Balyan, Captain Abhimanyu have also been called here. Not only this, but Jaggery of Meerut has also been kept in the meeting to sweeten the faces of BJP and fraternity leaders. Apart from the Jat leaders, many BJP MLAs from West UP are also reaching. These include Suresh Rana.

In this meeting, Amit Shah will take the opinion of BJP leaders and people of the Jat fraternity. After that, he will give his address. Jat leaders present in the meeting raised slogans of Jat Ekta Zindabad and Jat Devta Zindabad. Jat Mahasabha president Subhash Chaudhary has also reached the meeting. Sanjeev Balyan, who reached the meeting, while talking to the media said that the Jat community has always been with the BJP. In this meeting, BJP has called district-wise Jat leaders from West UP. Anul Teotia from Bulandshahr, Aman Singh from Meerut, Aman Singh, and Surendra Malik from Meerut have reached Amit Chaudhary from Noida.

In this meeting, Jat leaders of the Braj region have also been called apart from districts of West UP like Meerut, Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar. Sources say that in the meeting with Jat leaders, Amit Shah can raise the issue of law and order. How there has been no riot in 5 years of Yogi government and how law and order have been maintained, this message can be given. Amit Shah started his campaign in western UP from Kairana, which was in the news due to migration. It can be understood from this that to what extent the BJP is active to thwart the efforts of SP and RLD. Let us inform you that in the name of unity of Jat and the Muslim community, SP and RLD have entered the elections.

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