“No One Takes Him Seriously”: BJP After Rahul Gandhi Slams Yogi Adityanath

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi criticised Uttar Pradesh’s Yogi Adityanath for “Abba Jaan” comment. (File)

New Delhi:

Stung by Rahul Gandhi’s put up criticising Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, his group in the present day mentioned, “No one takes him seriously”.

The Congress chief had posted this morning: “Jo nafrat kare, woh yogi kaisa! (What kind of a Yogi propagates hate)”

The remark was in reference to Yogi Adityanath’s widely criticisedAbba Jaan” dig.

Yogi Adityanath’s group hit again a number of hours later.

“No one in politics takes Rahul Gandhi seriously. Jo dangaion se nafrat kare, bhrashtacharion se nafrat kare, aatankwadion se nafrat kare aur desh-pradesh ko surakshit kare wo Yogi hi hai (The one who hates rioters, who hates the corrupt, hates terrorists and secures the state and the country, that is Yogi). Maybe it wasn’t taught to you in Congress’ school,” BJP chief Gaurav Bhatia mentioned.

Yogi Adityanath has been criticised by many political rivals for his crude swipe on the Samajwadi Party, which misplaced energy to the BJP in 2017.

The Chief Minister had mentioned at a public assembly on Sunday that solely “people who say abba jaan (Urdu for father)” had been allowed to devour state-subsidised meals earlier than 2017, when the Samajwadi was in cost.

“Because then, people who say ‘abba jaan‘ used to digest the rations. The rations of Kushinagar used to go to Nepal and Bangladesh. Today, if anybody tries to consume the rations meant for poor people, he will land in jail,” he had mentioned.

Samajwadi Party chief Ashutosh Sinha mentioned: “The use of unparliamentary language in the capacity of a chief minister does not suit him, and it shows that he is less educated. This is because those who are well-educated use proper and dignified language. A person who is occupying a Constitutional post should refrain from using such language. Use of such language is also sad for democracy.”

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