Lucknow| Arvind Kumar Sharma, a close aide of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former IAS BJP MLC, has been the center of discussion in UP politics for the past several days. The party today made him the state vice-president of the BJP. BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh on Saturday announced the party’s state office bearers and declared one state vice president and two state ministers. Arvind Kumar Sharma, special MLC of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has been made the vice-president of the state. The market for speculation was hot for some time to give place to Sharma in the organization and government.
Mau resident Arvind Kumar Sharma has been an IAS officer of Gujarat cadre. He took voluntary retirement before the remaining two years of his service and joined the BJP after entering active politics. Arvind Kumar Sharma has been made a member of the Legislative Council in Uttar Pradesh by the BJP. Since then, the discussion of making him a minister in the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh was in full swing. AK Sharma has now been included in the Uttar Pradesh organization of BJP. He has been made the state vice-president of the party.
Apart from Arvind Kumar Sharma, two state ministers have also been appointed. Archana Mishra of Lucknow and Amit Valmiki of Bulandshahr have been appointed as ministers of BJP Uttar Pradesh.
Apart from this, State President Swatantra Dev Singh today announced the state presidents of various fronts of the party, Prashudutt Dwivedi (Farurkhabad) to Yuva Morcha, Geeta Shakya Rajya Sabha MP (Auraiya) to Mahila Morcha, Kameshwar Singh (Gorakhpur) to Kisan Morcha, Narendra Kashyap. Former MP (Ghaziabad) has been declared as Backward Class Front, Kaushal Kishor MP as Scheduled Caste Morcha, Sanjay Gond (Gorakhpur) as Scheduled Tribe Morcha and Kunwar Basit Ali (Meerut) as State President of Minority Morcha.