Who is Aparna Yadav, story of Mulayam Singh’s daughter-in-law

Ground Report | New Delhi: Aparna Yadav, the second daughter-in-law of Mulayam Singh Yadav, eventually joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. Aparna joined the BJP in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya and Uttar Pradesh BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh at the party’s headquarters in the national capital.

Aparna has come to the Bharatiya Janata Party for her own good. In fact, a major reason for Aparna Yadav to join the BJP is also the Lucknow Cantt assembly seat from where Aparna Yadav lost the 2017 election on the Samajwadi Party ticket to BJP candidate Rita Bahuguna Joshi.

Who is Aparna Yadav

Aparna Bisht Yadav is an active politician and social activist in Uttar Pradesh. She is the daughter-in-law of former CM Mulayam Singh Yadav. She is married to Mulayam’s son, Prateek Yadav. She contested the 2017 Assembly election from the Lucknow Cantt constituency but was unable to gain a victory.

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She runs an organization known as bAware, which works especially for women’s rights and empowerment. Aparna has made a significant contribution to women’s issues.

Aparna, who is interested in public life, is also very interested in music. She has studied classical and semi-classical music and is also a very good singer. She has a music album under the direction of composer Sajid-Wajid, which has been released by Mulayam Singh himself at the Saifai Mahotsav.

As well as being an aspiring politician, Aparna is also a trained and qualified classical singer. She completed her studies at City Montessori School in Lucknow and has a Master’s degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of Manchester, UK.

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