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20 Facts Is it a Right Choice BJP selects Yogi Adityanath for Post of U.P. Chief Minister

20 Facts Is it a Right Choice BJP selects Yogi Adityanath for Post of U.P. Chief Minister
Short Biography Facts about Yogi Adityanath CM of Uttar Pradesh

PM Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party chose Yogi Adityanath for the post of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister.

Adityanath will be the 21st chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and the fourth from BJP.
As per media reports The state will also have two deputy chief ministers in UP BJP chief Keshav Prasad Maurya and Lucknow Mayor Dinesh Sharma.


Now question is, does BJP made a mistake by choosing Yogi Adityanath for Post of U.P. Chief Minister.

Secular  Democratic Reality View –
Yes, BJP made the mistake by choosing Yogi Adityanath for Post of U.P. Chief Minister.

For BJP Hindu Nation View  – Yes, it is a right choice as BJP is a Hindu Party and their final dream is to make India a Hindu Nation.

So, who is Yogi Adityanath?
Short Biography Facts about Yogi Adityanath

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Yogi Adityanath, whose real name is Ajay Singh Bisht, is a five-time BJP MP from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh.  In 1998, He entered Politics.
Reason to change name – Joined Nath Sect
Adityanath received deeksha (teachings) of the Nath sect at the Gorakhnath temple in February 1994

Former BJP MP Mahant Avidyanath, a key leader of 90’s Ram Temple movement and
Mahant of the powerful and wealthy Gorakhnath Temple who had won Gorakhpur thrice consecutively, passed on both his political and religious legacy to Adityanath.
He addressed Mahant Avidyanath, his maternal uncle, as Guruji. Yogi Adityanath took over as chief priest of Gorakhnath temple after Mahant Avidyanath passed away in 2014.


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Birth Date - June 5, 1972
Place of Birth - Panchur, Distt. Pauri Garhwal (Uttarakhand)
He is 44 years old.
Education – B.Sc. from H.N.B. Garhwal University, Srinagar, Uttarakhand
Father's NameMahant Avaidyanathji Maharaj
Profession before joining politics Religious Missionary


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Adityanath earned a graduate degree in Science from Garhwal University in Srinagar.

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Adityanath runs the Hindu Yuva Vahini in Purvanchal, an outfit that has been often accused of instigating communal tension.
Hindu Yuva Vahini is just like Bajrang Dal.
Hindu Yuva Vahini is particularly effective in the east U.P. districts of Deoria, Kushinagar, Maharajganj, Basti, Sant Kabir Nagar and Siddharthnagar.

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Adityanath statement on Hindu rashtra: I will not stop till I turn UP and India into a Hindu rashtra. (At Etah UP in 2005)

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Adityanath statement on Shah Rukh Khan -
Shah Rukh Khan should remember that if a huge mass in (the) society boycotts his films, he will also have to wander on streets like a normal Muslim...I think there is no difference between the language of Shah Rukh Khan and (Pakistan terror mastermind) Hafiz Saeed. (On November 4, 2015)

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Adityanath statement on conversions - If one Hindu girl is converted, we will convert 100 Muslims girls...The way Hindu girls are insulted, I don’t think a civilized society would accept it...If the government is not doing anything, then the Hindus will have to take matters into their own hands. (In an undated video, reportedly from a speech in Azamgarh)

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Adityanath statement on love jihad -
We will not tolerate harassment of Hindus in the state at any cost...If anybody tries to touch Hindus in eastern UP, he will have to face the consequences.

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Adityanath statement on Riots –
There have been 450 riots in west UP in two-and-a-half years of Samajwadi Party because the population of a particular community is rising manifold. In places where there are 10-20% minority population, stray communal incidents take place. Where there are 20-35% of them, serious communal riots take place and where they are more than 35%, there is no place for non-Muslims. (at a rally in Noida on September 7, 2014)

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Adityanath statement on Yoga –
Lord Shankar was the biggest yogi who started yoga. Mahadev lives in every particle of this country. So those who want to avoid yoga and Lord Shankar can leave Hindustan (at Varanasi, June 9, 2015) Yogi Adityanath said that those who oppose yoga can leave India and that they should be drowned.


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Adityanath statement on Mother Teresa -
Mother Teresa was part of a conspiracy to evangelise India. Hindus were converted in the name of doing service (at Basti, UP in July 2016)

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February 1999,
Adityanath allegedly tried to capture a graveyard land by planting a peepal tree at Panch Rukhiya village in Maharajganj district. A case under several sections was registered against him in the Kotwali police station.

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Year 2007-
Adityanath had to spend 15 days in jail when he was booked for inciting riots in Gorakhpur and adjoining areas which saw the killing of a Muslim youth. Riots broke out after a provocative speech by Adityanath.

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In 2007, upset with the BJP for not helping him during a crisis when he was jailed for communal riots, Adityanath fielded candidates from his nationalist outfit, the Hindu Yuva Vahini, against party nominees. The same year, he showed his clout when he fielded and ensured a victory for Radha Mohan Das Aggarwal on a Hindu Mahasabha ticket.

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Adityanath had first raked up the issue of alleged discrimination in power supply during Hindu and Muslim festivals and in allocation of land for kabristan and shamshan, which was later highlighted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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In 2005, Adityanath allegedly led a 'purification' drive for conversion of Christians to Hinduism.
In 2005, Adityanath allegedly led a purification drive which involved the conversion of Christians to Hinduism. In one such instance, 1,800 Christians were reportedly converted to Hinduism in the town of Etah in Uttar Pradesh.

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Scholar Christophe Jaffrelot states that Yogi Adityanath belongs to a specific tradition of Hindutva politics in Uttar Pradesh that can be traced back to the Mahant Digvijay Nath, who led the capture of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya for Hindus on 22 December 1949.
Both Digvijay Nath and his successor, Mahant Avaidyanath, belonged to the Hindu Mahasabha and were elected to the Parliament on that party's ticket. After the BJP and the Sangh Parivar joined the Ayodhya movement in the 1980s, the two strands of Hindu nationalism came together. Avaidyanath switched to the BJP in 1991, but nevertheless maintained significant autonomy. Yogi Adiyanath was appointed Avaidyanath's successor as the Mahant of Gorakhnath Mutt in 1994. Four years later, he was elected to the Lower House of the Indian Parliament (the Lok Sabha).

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In March 2011, the documentary film Saffron War - Radicalization of Hinduism accused Adityanath of promoting communal disharmony through a Virat Hindustan rally in rural Uttar Pradesh. Adityanath shared the stage during a hate speech in which an unidentified speaker urged the Hindu audience to dig up the graves of Muslim women and rape the corpses. Recording of this event went viral on social media in March 2015.

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In June 9, 2015, Yogi Adityanath declared that those who oppose Surya Namaskara, part of Yoga, can leave India. He stated - My humble request to those who see communalism in even Sun God would be to drown themselves in the sea or live in a dark room for the rest of their lives

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Yogi Adityanath was not projected as the chief ministerial face during 2017 election campaign in Uttar Pradesh as that department was taken care of exclusively by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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1 comments:

rudraprayaga March 22, 2017  

People who believe in plurality and equality of all Indians shoud head the office of governance.All sorts of aids should be curbed and they should be extended to the downtrodden irrespective of the community.If one community has more sufferers they will become the beneficiaries.Let them.