Bengaluru: The presence of UP CM Yogi Adityanath in New Delhi for campaigning ahead of the polls has had a telling effect, not just on the electorate, but also on the candidates who are contesting. 
And that list also includes Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi CM. 

On Monday (February 3) he chanted Hanuman Chalisa in a TV show after its anchor sought to know if he knew to sing it. 

It was a wonderful exhibition and a thumping reiteration that Arvind Kejriwal took up the challenge, only to impress and woo the Hindu voters ahead of the polls. 

Arvind Kejriwal was of the knowledge that Yogi Adityanath was on the campaign trail and had succumbed to his sheer presence. 

Now, as Yogi Adityanath continues to campaign, and as he was apprised of Kejriwal’s chanting of the holy mantra, Yogi has retorted quite impressively. 

He said, “Currently just Arvind Kejriwal has started chanting the Hanuman Chalisa, wait and watch what will happen in the future, you will also see Owaisi reciting the Hanuman Chalisa.”


The very name Yogi Adityanath sends chills down the spine of those who hate Modi. 

Straightforward and aggressive in his speech, he minces no words in exposing the hypocrisy of the pseudos. 

On the other hand, Delhi has become a hotbed of intense political activities. The who’s who of the saffron party are on a campaigning-spree. From BJP president JP Nadda to Union home minister

Amit Shah to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar to Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself, the BJP is going full throttle to ensure it emerges victorious. 

In his speech, PM Modi cleverly moved his pawns, as in, he went to give a list of all the accomplishments his government had achieved in the last six years. 

From abolition of triple talaq to abrogation of articles 35A and 370 and even amending a bill to include persecuted Hindus from Pakistan and two other Islamic states, Modi impressed the voters that it is work that matters and not advertisements.