Uttar Pradesh Women’s Commission member Priyamvada Singh Tomar has resigned from the post of member and BJP party. Tomar has also made serious allegations against the BJP and the state government. Tomar, who was a member of the BJP state executive, said that women are not getting justice in the state and corruption is also at its peak. Tomar also raised the issue of the peasant movement in his resignation.
Priyamvada Singh Tomar said in his resignation,
“I come from a farming family, farmers have been agitating for the last 131 days and more than 500 farmers have been martyred. I am deeply hurt by the defeat of the BJP and the government’s insensitivity towards the donor of the country. “
Priyamvada Singh Tomar also attacked the Yogi government regarding the status of women in the state. Tomar wrote that despite being a member of the Women’s Commission, she is unable to provide justice to women. He also made allegations of neglect of women inside the party.
Accusing the government of corruption, Tomar said that corruption is at its peak in the state. He wrote, “I am resentful of the membership and all the posts of the party. At the same time, on the basis of morality, I also resign from the post of a member of the State Women’s Commission. “