Ayodha is on farness, boiling and ready to be served soon.
To be served as political menu, which has come under attack of UP CM Yogi Adityanath.
It is now a fight between BJP’s “Bajrangbali” (Lord Hanuman) and Congress’ “Ali”, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday, in a desperate bid to polarise the voters.
The comments of Yogi, BJP’s star campaigner and the saffron party poster boy, came as a scathing response after a video of Congress’ Madhya Pradesh chief Kamal Nath went viral on social media showing him directing his volunteers to focus primarily on Muslim votes.
“I saw a video where Kamal Nath was saying we don’t need vote of OBCs, SC, ST communities, we want the votes of Ali (Muslim Community). I want to tell him you keep your Ali for us (BJP), Bajrangbali is enough,” a saffron clad Yogi thundered amidst a huge applause by people.
Yogi, known for his hard-hitting speeches and frank words on Hindutva seemed to have got an agenda served to him on the platter by the Congress leader itself and did not let go the opportunity to further polarise the voters.
“If 90 per cent Muslims don’t vote for us, we could suffer a huge loss. If at some booths the polling percentage is 60%, we need to find out why was there a dip in voting,” Kamal Nath was heard saying in the video.
He had also said, “We don’t need 80 per cent, but 90 per cent of Muslims to come out and vote for us.”
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister is one of the most sought-after campaigners in the poll-bound states and the BJP has planned his rallies very statistically in places where there is a higher vote share of the Hindus. His slogans, style and speech get a thunderous response from the public who gather to listen to him.
Yogi on Sunday addressed seven rallies in Bhopal, Indore and Ujjain range and is supposed to address another dozen of them in the coming two days. Campaigning for the MP elections ends on November 26. The state goes to polls on November 28, the result of which will be declared on December 11.
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