After July 6, the terms of Congress leaders in the Uttar Pradesh legislative council will come to an end


Lucknow: In Uttar Pradesh, the Congress, which is attempting to establish itself as a viable option to the main opposition and the BJP, is confronting an existential dilemma. The Congress, the country’s oldest political party, has two members in the assembly of Upazila, the country’s most populous state. The Congress is now on the verge of losing all of its seats in the Uttar Pradesh legislature.

In reality, the Congress, which lost two seats in the UP assembly elections, would now lose all of its seats in the state’s upper chamber, the legislative council. There will be no representative from Congress in the House for the first time in the history of the UP Legislative Council. Deepak Singh’s time as the lone member of the Congress in the Legislative Council is coming to an end on July 6. After Deepak Singh resigns as a member of the Legislative Council, UP’s upper chamber would be devoid of any members of the Congress. That is, there will be no Congress Leader in the UP Legislative Council after this. The Congress party in the UP Legislative Council is not suddenly at zero, but the reason for this is the party’s ongoing deterioration in the state.

UP was totally dominated by the Congress until 1989. The BJP, on the other hand, held the position of leader of the Legislative Council between 1977 and 1989. When it comes to the Congress’s voyage from the sky to the floor, the party has narrowed so much in the last 33 years that on July 6, its representation will be nil. This will be the first time in history that the UP legislative council will be devoid of a Congress representation.