Just like Prashant Kishor, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah is likely to shift to Uttar Pradesh by the end of May and spend as much time as possible in the state. That's what he has told party colleagues. This is hardly music to the ears of Shah's other party colleagues, including those in UP. Keshav Maurya has just been chosen to head the state unit of the BJP by Shah, causing a lot of heartburn to other hopefuls. All of them had been assured by Shah that they would get respect and due consideration. Maurya's appointment surprised even top BJP leaders. The upside is the attack on Maurya by Bahujan Samaj Party head Mayawati; it suggests the party is a bit rattled by the appointment.