After The 72 Hour Election Commission Ban On CM Yogi Adityanath Ended, He Calls A Samajwadi Party Candidate “Babur Ki Aulad”  

After the 72-hour election commission ban on CM Yogi Adityanath ended, he taunts a candidate from the Samajwadi Party and called him “Babur ki Aulad”. The star campaigner of the BJP made the remark on the day when he came back to campaign for his party after the ban imposed by the Election Commission was finished.

While taking a jab on Shafiq-ur-Rehman Burq, a candidate from the Samajwadi Party, at a poll rally, the CM said, “What can be said about SP… It fielded a candidate in Sambhal who claims himself to be the descendant of Babar, hesitates in garlanding the statue of Baba Saheb and does not recite Vande Matram.”

He added, “Once I was in parliament, I asked the SP candidate, who was also an MP, as to who were his predecessors, he said he was the successor of Babur. I was surprised.”

CM Yogi also asked the people if they wanted to hand over the country to those people who are against the development of India, are against the youth, are terrorists, and are non-believers of Lord Hanuman.

During an election meeting that was held at Kaila Devi, the CM said, “The BJP has got the maximum votes in the first two phases of polling on 16 seats and the Congress and the SP-BSP have been reduced to zero seats.”

The CM added that he never asks for votes in the name of religion.

He added, “I am coming to you after sadhana of Bajrang Bali for three days… I also had a darshan of Kaila Devi.”

The CM said, “Remember the Congress government when the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had said that Muslims had the first right over the country’s resources while Mayawati in a rally in Saharanpur asked Muslims to unite and vote for the BSP-SP alliance… I have never sought votes in the name of caste or religion.”

CM Yogi also attacked Azam Khan over his “Underwear” Comments, saying that the government constituted the anti-Romeo squards for people like the leader of the Samajwadi Party.

He said, “Our government has constituted anti-Romeo squad for persons like Azam.”

He added, “A ‘jeev’ (human being) of SP lives in Rampur… What kind of language he used for Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar… Today Mayawati ji is seeking votes for those who had disrespected Baba saheb… What kind of language he uses against mothers and daughters?”

CM Yogi also said that he developed the state without discriminating other religions, unlike what the governments in the past did.

He added that governments who practiced the discrimination of religions are disrespecting India’s democracy.

The CM said, “Earlier governments used to discriminate… funds were given to graveyards and not to cremation grounds… electricity was supplied to Deva Sharif and not to Mahadeva ..this was discrimination.”

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