UP CM Yogi Adityanath is all ready to set foot on Delhi’s soil for campaigning. This is sure to give Arvind Kejriwal sleepless nights as the saffron-clad monk has the enviable knack of swinging tides in his favour.
New Delhi: As the Delhi polls reach a feverish pitch, looks like its CM Arvind Kejriwal may have to pack his bags this time.
As the second phase of Delhi campaigning begins, none other than UP CM Yogi Adityanath will be addressing massive rallies starting February 1.
The man, a darling of Hindus, is known to speak his heart out and has exposed the Hindu hatred several times.
As reported by Indian Express, Yogi will address four rallies in Delhi on February 1 and two rallies on February 2. He will be addressing four rallies on February 3 and two on the following day.
On February one, he is expected to address rallies in Karawal Nagar and Mustafabad followed by Adarsh Nagar, Narela, Rohini, Badali and Babana.
'Considering his strike rate in states like Karnataka, Rajasthan, Tripura and Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections, Yogi Adityanath is in high demand to campaign for the party in Delhi,' said a senior BJP leader.
The move to press Yogi Adityanath into service with just days left for the Delhi polls is expected to pay rich dividends keeping in mind the funded protests at Shaheen Bagh, which has seen all kinds of anti-India slogans and even anti-Hindu slogans.
The move is also extremely clever as Delhi also a sizeable population of people from Uttar Pradesh. Stats reveal that 40 percent of the constituencies in Delhi have a good number of people hailing from Uttar Pradesh and Yogi will have a tremendous influence on them.
Yogi’s presence will surely give AAP and Congress several sleepless nights as the has the potential to swing the tides in his party’s favour.
Additionally, if PM Modi also pitches in, which looks certain, the combo of Modi-Adityanath will unleash a certain defeat for the parties.
Delhi is set to vote on February 8.
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Last Updated 31, Jan 2020, 3:14 PM