Yogi Adityanath | UP Model | Will Yogi win 2022 election | UP Corona Analysis

It has been more than a year when India faced the first COVID patient and after that we saw a devastating situation in which we are present today. So let’s see and observe the measures taken by the Yogi Adityanath government in order to stop the COVID pandemic.

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In this we will discuss the success rate of Yogi Adityanath model to handle the COVID-19 in Uttar Pradesh, the most populous state of India. But here we will not talk about the first pandemic wave but we will move to second wave which is seeming to be more devastating than the first one.

General Scenario of COVID-19

Now let’s talk about the whole picture of COVID-19 in India as well as in our states.

By looking the number you can easily figured out that the most affected state due to the COVID-19 pandemic is Maharashtra. Which accounts for nearly one third deaths of India. While Uttar Pradesh under Yogi Aditynath leadership had lost around 20000 people which is lesser than the Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Delhi. Even if we go for number of cases then too you will be surprised that Uttar Pradesh is again at the Fifth position. It must be noted that number of tests done by Uttar Pradesh is far more than any other state.

Under Yogi Adityanath leadership, Utter Pradesh is conducting at least 3 to 4 lakhs sample test daily. While it is must noted that other states had decreased the number of testing too. According the article of Economic Times, Uttar Pradesh has become the first state to test 2 crore samples. Even if we compare this with number of people who actually got infected then we came to know that Uttar Pradesh is having less positivity rate. It is even lower than 2% in present scenario. Even the death rate is 1.18% which means that only 118 people are dying in 10000 positive patients.

So overall if we will compare this data of Yogi Adityanath ruled Uttar Pradesh with the state like Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, then we will find that picture of COVID-19 in Uttar Pradesh is in better situation. Now if we compare the facilities and infrastructure of Uttar Pradesh and these states then we will realize that Uttar Pradesh is having less resources. But then also it is able to manage COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 Second Wave

Till now we had clearly made it that the COVID-19 is in good condition with respect to the industrialised state. Now we will explain the different measures taken by Yogi Adityanath in order to counter the 2nd COVID-19 wave. We will also enlist the steps taken up by the different states too.

Lockdown decision in UP

We know that 2nd COVID wave was started from March and it is still there. It was in the month of March we experienced 2nd COVID-19. In this the country as well as state started showing the higher cases of COVID-19. Then we were having such news that country might go into another lockdown. But it was decided that state will have the right to impose lockdown or not. Maharashtra imposed lockdown from 14th of April and it is still under lockdown. The Delhi government too imposed the lockdown and they are still under lockdown. The centre government didn’t take any decision on lock down as it might affect their image as the previous does. Hence they smartly get rid of this decision and forward this to state.

Then it comes to the most populous state of India, Uttar Pradesh where a monk was leading the government. Yogi Adityanath’s government didn’t allow the complete lockdown, but they moved for Weekend Lockdown. In this too, they ordered industries to operate their manufacturing unit. They too make sure that we should not hammer the livelihood of the common people. In this way, they announced that they are going to fight the second wave without any lockdown. Keeping this in mind Yogi Adityanath prepared his team and went to work. Livemint article on Lockdown in UP. In mid of all this Yogi Adityanath himself got COVID positive.

Numbers are telling everything

Now comparing the peak scenario in various states. If we see the peak scenario of the second COVID wave you will be surprised that UP got near 37000 which was on 23rd of April 2021. But at the same time Maharashtra was having 67000 cases per day. At present time we are getting nearly 33000 cases in Tamil Nadu. Kerala which is usually considered as one of the best states in India was having 43529 on 12th of May. It was the highest number of COVID cases per day. Even in the highest peak to Uttar Pradesh has performed really well comparing with the states and having the population ratio as well.

After getting applause from the WHO, Yogi Adityanath might get in the list of Best CM of India. He had already featured in the India Today’s Mood of the Nation. Seeing this you might feel that other states are not doing well but they are also doing well. If we compare the two cities that is Mumbai and Delhi we will see a huge difference. That comparison can be also done where Mumbai model is also emerged and it got appreciation from the Supreme Court of India. While Delhi High court criticized the Delhi governance. Here you must understand that Delhi health infrastructure is with AAP and while municipality is with BJP. Here in Mumbai, many hospitals are run by BMC where Shiv Sena-BJP has its power. But leader is Shiv Sena only. Maharashtra state is run by Shiv Sena lead MVA alliance.

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Negative Campaign against Yogi Adityanath

Note: Search “Covid deaths in UP” to get what online news portal are doing against Yogi Adityanath.

It must be noted that despite having the most populous state of India, it has very fewer death rates, we are also seeing the negative campaign whether it is against Yogi Adityanath or Narendra Modi is running and those websites are ranking on the very first page of Google search which itself is amazing.

Even the dead bodies which were lying near to the banks of Ganga was seen and a huge group of social influencers as well as media groups came together to discuss this issues. They are discussing but they didn’t discussed when it was in 2018, 2019 and many years. It must be noted that according to hindu traditions, a body might be cremated in fire or in water. And this thing is not new for India especially in North India.

Many dead bodies that left unburnt are usually thrown in the Ganges or any river. Scientifically this not a good thing in the pandemic like situation. Throwing bodies might infect the other beings hence this thing must be understood. At the same time many people didn’t have money to cremate their loved ones, thanks to Yogi Adityanath who ordered to provide assistance of 5000 rupees. But the internet media doesn’t shows the truth.

They also run the fact less and inaccurate news about the cows on their web portal where they are getting millions of traffic. They too rumored the inaccuracy of the deaths in UP. These portal are just targeting the one and only the Yogi Adityanath because COVID-19 deaths are lesser in UP. They are usually having the stomach ache. This is explained in our article of Goodmorningmumbai, where we had discuss the media and their interest.

Yogi Adityanath: Praised by outsiders but lowered by his own people

The major concern about Yogi Adityanath is that he is unable to control these fake news portal. Which are totally biased but at the same time he is receiving the praises from the ellite people of the country as well. He is neither having sports celebrity to praise neither the bollywood or hollywood.

The only thing he is left is nothing but his work and their results. Dr. MC Mishra, Ex-Director of AIIMS Delhi, is praising the Yogi Adityanath for his work against the Japanese Encephalitis, which was earlier used to be very dangerous to children in Eastern Uttar Pradesh. But now situation is under control. Read this IndiaTv article.

Listen to this video where Dr. MC Mishra is praising him. Once upon a time Uttar Pradesh was run by gangs but now the Bunglows and their illegal constructions are hammered by the Yogi Adityanath. These dons or bahubali are becoming helpless as Yogi has decided to make them behind bars.

At the same time due to his clean and corruption free image, he has created many enemies even inside the BJP. There are many people who doesn’t want Yogi Adityanath as the Chief Ministrial candidate for 2022 Legislative Assembly Election. Even in 2017 too, many senior leaders of BJP opposed the Yogi Adityanath. Amit Shah, himself explained this in one of his speeches, that for making Yogi as CM, he fought against the entire world.

Narendra Modi might not help

The things are not okay as Narendra Modi will be not considered as a factor because, his image is also targeted by the same media. Even the International newspaper are claiming that there would be 1.6 million deaths by 24th May but their claims were totally baseless. Even they are saying that 42 lakhs people will die is there any evidence in their claim.

The main reason behind all this is that Narendra Modi’s India is doing well if we compare to the developed European or American nations. Where even having vaccinated 50% of population their daily death figures in 1000s. Why they are not commenting on these nation ?

The single target is India, and they don’t want to have a strong and stablize government in our India. The toolkit which are getting exposed, showing the childish brain of these half-baked intellectuals. Even the main issue of Narendra Modi is the Economy on which they are suppose to work. India needs an urgent ‘Economic Reform’ | GDP Decline | Unemployment in India

Answer of this question remains on the people and we need to wait for elections.

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