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Yogi in Kerala

The firebrand leader and CM of Uttar Pradesh is set to visit Kerala today in order to flag off the Vijay Yatra by Kerala BJP Unit. The Kerala assembly elections are going to held in April/March. BJP Kerala is working very hard to gain momentum in state politics.

BJP which is very much popular in Hindi speaking states has recently got a good mandate in recent Municipal election of Hyderabad. Besides having no influence in state politics they were able to grab 48 seats. This has increased the confidence of BJP.

Yogi adityanath became a prominent figure in politics after he became CM of Uttar Pradesh. He is best known for his extraordinary skills which he used to influence the voters. Yogi Adityanath while campaigning for BJP in Hyderabad municipal elections, he even mentioned that Hyderabad can be renamed as Bhagyanagar.

With a unique identity of being a mahant of very prestigious Gorakhnath Math, Yogi Adiyanath has a very good influence over Hindutva ideology. He himself is supporter of Hindutva and is very bold about his ideology.

Yogi in Kerala: Will it going to bring Hindu voters.

The Kerala is state where, left leaning ideology is very strong. It is also a state which is having a very good Muslims population. Changing the ideology of an individual is very hard. The opposition is also from left only hence it is very difficult for BJP to gain ground in Kerala.

According to opinion polls, BJP is not going to gain anything. The best thing about BJP is that they don’t have anything to loose there. But the grand allliance such as UDF, LDF has a lot to loose.

Yogi Adityanath in Kerala: Flag off the Vijay Yatra | K Surendran is going to have ” A new Kerala” |

The yatra will be directed with party state president K Surendran, which is place to launch from Kasaragod. CM Yogi will also handle a rally from their state. The slogan of the yatra is ‘A new Kerala’, which will be Totally Free of corruption

The yatra has been viewed as the first introduction of the BJP’s election campaign in Kerala, and it is likely to go to the polls in April/May this past year.

Amit Shah is also going to be seen in end of Vijya Yatra.

As much as 14 Maha rallies and eighty public meetings will soon be organised as a member of this Vijay yatra. Union household Minister Amit Shah will handle the last leg of the yatra scheduled to culminate in Thiruvananthapuram on 7 March.

Party sources said the theme of the yatra are’corruption-free Kerala,” anti-appeasement politics and all-inclusive creation of Kerala’.

We will be there to see whether Amit-Yogi can make difference in Kerala politics or not. What you believe let us know!

Ankit D

Ankit D is the editor-in-chief of Good Morning Mumbai. He is also the founder of the Good Morning Mumbai. He has a very deep insight about the politics of the country.

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