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Lok Sabha Election 2019: Why Seats are Empty in Yogi Adityanath Rally?

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Varanasi: BJP’s firebrand leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath‘s 2019 elections are not able to start well in his own state. So far in all programs, they have to be more than two to six empty chairs. The latest news from Varanasi, On Tuesday CM Yogi Adityanath attends the new voter conference. But during this time some chairs were empty in auditorium. Not only this, among the people who were present, in place of the youth, BJP’s elderly workers were seen. Within a week , second time happened when CM Yogi Adityanath had a flop show in Varanasi.

The young CM Yogi of Counting at Saroja Palej, located at Pipalani Katra, had reached Adityanath’s program. As a result, the auditorium was half-way. While the youth were missing from the eight chairs Seeing this, the organizers of the program were relieved of the sweat. Seeing them being irksome in front of the CM, the conveners started calling the BJP workers. The young CM Yogi of Counting at Saroja Palej, located at Pipalani Katra, had reached Adityanath’s program. As a result, the auditorium was half-way. While the youth were missing from the eight chairs Seeing this, the organizers of the program were relieved of the sweat. Seeing them being irksome in front of the CM, the conveners started calling the BJP workers.

Earlier, the Yogi went to Mathura in the nomination of MP Hema Malini, there were chairs even in the public meeting held there. Whose headlines had made news, Ghaziabad also had a similar situation in Varanasi on March 26 after Ghaziabad, in which even more than half the chairs were left empty. In this meeting, the BJP workers were seen to be removed and kept in the chair.

After all, the chairs are being left empty in the meeting of the Yogis. Politicians are looking at this from a different point of view. A view is coming out that Yogi Aditya Nath was the brand leader of Hindu Youth Corps, Used to attack the opposition Whom his loved ones liked but now he is CM of Uttar Pradesh, so he is living in his limit and therefore he is not coming out of the crowd. This thing seems to be even stronger as it is that when Yogi gives his Hindutva speeches in a different state to his pro-active speeches, then his public is gathered there.

The second point is that this time Modi wave is not visible compared to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Alam is that people are not reaching out to listen to even senior BJP leaders. It shows that the public is silent in this election only the workers of all parties are seen and everyone knows how many seats the workers will be able to fill. If the chairs are going to remain empty in small halls and small gatherings, then a big challenge for these leaders is being seen in the coming days.

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