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BJP workers clash in Jan Vishwas Yatra in Varanasi, threaten to see each other

Abhishek Kumar Jha, Varanasi
BJP’s Jan Vishwas Yatra reached Varanasi, the PM’s parliamentary constituency on Wednesday. Under the leadership of State President Swatantra Dev Singh and Cabinet Minister Nand Gopal Nandi, the enthusiasm of the workers was building up. There was a tremendous crowd of workers from place to place on the route of about 20 km.

The topic of most discussion was the welcome gate built in Manduadih area of ​​Rohaniya assembly constituency. Not only this, the passionate workers crowded among themselves to take a selfie with their president.

Workers crowded in the circle of selfie
The Jan Vishwas Yatra reached near Singh Dwar of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) at around 6 pm. The convoy was accompanied by enthusiastic workers shouting slogans. The workers started moving closer to meet Swatantradev and taking selfies, while offering flowers to Malviya ji’s statue at the Singh gate, in the meantime they got entangled with each other. One worker even slapped the other with receipt and started threatening to see each other. Suddenly sensing the atmosphere of this fight, the senior leaders present there somehow intervened.

Welcome door made of vegetables
During the Jan Vishwas Yatra, the workers had made preparations for the reception from place to place, but the most discussed was the welcome gate near Manduadih. In this period of extreme inflation, vegetables like radish, wagon, turnip, carrot were used for decoration at the reception. This gate built in Rohaniya assembly constituency was installed by District Panchayat member representative Kumar Siddhartha.

Swatantradev Singh targeted the opposition
Seeing the enthusiasm of the workers in the yatra, the state president was stunned. Talking to the media, Swatantradev said that Congress or SP leaders were not in the area during the entire Corona period. Even Akhilesh Yadav or Priyanka Gandhi, these people did not even go to their parliamentary constituency. BJP workers were among the public with a sense of service. The opposition was absent for the whole 5 years, neither in any movement nor on the road on any issue. Now that there is an election, they are pretending to have a false struggle to mislead the public.

Preparations for the Uttar Pradesh Election 2022 have started. These elections for the 403-seat 18th Assembly can be held between February and April. The term of the 17th Assembly (UP Assembly) is till 15 May. Elections to the 403 seats for the 17th Legislative Assembly were held in 7 phases from 11 February to 8 March 2017. About 61 percent of the voters exercised their franchise. Of these, more than 63 percent were women, while the percentage of men was about 60 percent. In the election, BJP won 312 seats for the first time and secured three-fourth majority in the UP Vidhansabha.

At the same time, the Samajwadi Party and Congress alliance led by Akhilesh Yadav could win 54 seats. Apart from this, the BSP of Mayawati, who had been Chief Minister several times in the state, was reduced to 19 seats. This time the direct contest is between Samajwadi Party and BJP. The BJP is contesting the elections by putting forward the faces of Yogi Adityanath and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


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