“Suddenly, Weather Turned Bad”: Akhilesh Yadav Ally’s Jibe At PM
“Bijnor had been promised greater energy and development by the BJP in the last election. If the PM had paid them a visit today, the people would have pressed him for answers. So, all of a sudden, the BJP’s weather became poor “Jayant Chaudhary shared his thoughts.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first physical event in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, was postponed due to inclement weather, prompting his ally Jayant Chaudhary to mock the opposition Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). Prime Minister Modi addressed a virtual gathering in place of the physical rally. Mr Chaudhary, a significant support base among the Jats and farmers in western Uttar Pradesh, claims that the BJP is unprepared to face the people after failing to deliver on their promises in the last two years.
“The Bijnor Municipal Corporation had before promised greater electricity and growth. If the Prime Minister had paid them a visit today, the people would have pressed him for answers. So, the weather became nasty for the BJP all of a sudden,” he remarked during a rally at Meerut Cantonment.
What Happened when PM cancelled the event
Mr Chaudhary had posted a screenshot of a weather app just after the BJP announced that the Prime Minister’s event would be cancelled. “The sun is beaming in Bijnor, but the weather in the BJP is gloomy!” Please read the post that follows this one.
The Jat politician also took a go at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who had said that he would “cool down” other political parties.
The Chief Minister had already taken a dig at the Samajwadi Party, a whose candidate from Kairana, Nahid Hasan, had been detained under the Gangster Act last month and was later released.
According to the candidate of the Tamanchawadi Party (a gun-wielding party) from Kairana, “the heat has not yet subsided!” After March 10, the temperature will begin to drop…” Yogi Adityanath has sent out a tweet.
Although they would like us to chill down, the temperature is high. Jayant Chaudhary said that although they were interested in discussing Jinnah, he was more interested in discussing employment and sugarcane dues.
Mr Chaudhary, accusing the government of failing to industrialise the region, said that all assistance is being provided to actress Kangana Ranaut instead of the government. There are a lot of pictures of Kangana Ranaut being taken. “She has been appointed as the ambassador for an industrial development project,” he said.
According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s virtual speech today, “the river of progress” had dried up in Uttar Pradesh before 2017 because of the “dynastic mentality of phoney Samajwadi’s.”
The phrase “river of development” is interpreted as a reference to the flooding of the Ganga River, which occurs regularly in the region. One of the primary complaints of local farmers is that the government has failed to control the floods.
According to Prime Minister Modi, the Yogi Adityanath administration has worked to develop all areas of the state equally and without prejudice. He went on to say that the state had paid more than 1.5 lakh crore in sugarcane dues to farmers, which is more than the amount of money paid by the previous two administrations in Uttar Pradesh combined.
First-round voting will take place on February 10 in the first phase.
During the last election, the BJP said that Bijnor would have more energy and be better off. If the PM had come to see them today, the people would have asked him for help. That’s why “Jayant Chaudhary talked about it.” The BJP’s weather started to get worse all of a sudden.
Narendra Modi’s first physical event in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, had to be postponed because of bad weather. His ally Jayant Chaudhary made fun of the opposition Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). Prime Minister Modi spoke to a virtual crowd instead of a real one. Among the Jats and farmers in western Uttar Pradesh, Mr Chaudhary has a lot of support.
He says that the BJP isn’t ready to face the people because they didn’t keep their promises for two years.In the past, the Bijnor Municipal Corporation said that there would be more electricity and more growth in the city. If the PM had come to see them today, the people would have asked him for help. So, the weather turned sour for the BJP all of a sudden. He said this at a rally in Meerut Cantonment.
Just after the BJP said that the PM’s event would be cancelled, Mr Chaudhary posted a picture of the weather app. There is a lot of sunshine in Bijnor, but the weather in the BJP is dark. During the speech, the Jat MP also took a swipe at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who said that he would “cool down” other political parties. The Chief Minister has already slammed people in the Samajwadi Party. One of their candidates in Kairana, Nahid Hasan, was detained under the Gangster Act last month and released.
In the words of a candidate from the Tamanchawadi Party, a party that uses guns, “the heat hasn’t yet gone down.” It will start to get cooler after March 10. Yogi Adityanath has sent out a tweet, and it’s about him. However, even though they want us to cool down, the temperature is very high. He said that even though they were interested in talking about Jinnah, he was more interested in discussing jobs and sugarcane dues.
Mr Chaudhary said that instead of the government, Kangana Ranaut is getting all of the help that should be given to the region. There are a lot of pictures of Kangana Ranaut getting her photo taken, so “She has been chosen to be the ambassador for an industrial development project,” he told her. “The river of progress” had dried up in Uttar Pradesh before 2017 because of the “dynastic mentality of phoney Samajwadi people.”
The term “river of development” is thought to refer to the flooding of the Ganga River, which happens all the time in the area. One of the main complaints of farmers in the area is that the government hasn’t done enough to stop the floods.
According to PM Modi, the Yogi Adityanath administration has worked to improve all parts of the state simultaneously and without discrimination. After that, he said that the state had paid more than 1.5 lakh crore in sugarcane debts to farmers, which is more than the amount of money that the previous two administrations in Uttar Pradesh had paid to farmers together. People will vote in the first round on February 10.
Edited and published by Ashlyn Joy