Kurukshetra:: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Giving Full Support To Up Cm Yogi Adityanath For Upcoming Up Election

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The Sangh takes every decision under a far-reaching plan, whereas the BJP or any political party takes its decisions according to the immediate needs. That is why after becoming the Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath was sent for campaigning as a star campaigner in different states across the country after all the elections to the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. Like once Modi was sent…

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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has given protection to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. But at the same time, the Sangh also believes that Yogi should soften his stand and give proper place to the Legislative Council member Arvind Kumar Sharma in his cabinet. While sources say that Chief Minister Yogi is ready to make Arvind Kumar Sharma as much as possible a minister of state in his cabinet, the central leadership is in favor of making Sharma a cabinet minister as well as giving him important portfolios like Home and Secret Appointment. The bureaucracy of Uttar Pradesh can be curbed and coordination and coordination can be better.

But Yogi and his supporters see in this the danger of becoming a new power center of parallel power in the state. It is believed that the Sangh leadership wants to find a middle way in this tussle that has been going on for the last four-five months. The same conclusion has come to the conclusion of the discussion about Uttar Pradesh on the second day of the three-day meeting of the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which is considered to be the ideological Gangotri and mother organization of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the capital.

According to a Hindutva ideologue who closely understands and observes the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, in fact, Yogi Adityanath was handed over the command of Uttar Pradesh by the Sangh by using its veto under one of its grand plans, when in 2017 neither Uttar Pradesh nor Uttar Pradesh in the name of Yogi. The state elections were contested and neither was he considered to be the frontrunner in the race for the chief minister’s post. Rather, the maximum names were going to the then state BJP President Keshav Prasad Maurya and the then Union Minister Manoj Sinha.

But the Sangh leadership used its veto at the last minute to advise Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then BJP President Amit Shah to make Yogi Adityanath the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, leaving both Maurya and Sinha behind and Yogi Adityanath’s emergency in Lucknow. Landing had taken place. Because the Sangh is preparing Yogi to become the top leader of the post Modi era BJP in the same way as the BJP of Vajpayee Advani era, Narendra Modi has been brought forward by the Sangh.

The Sangh takes every decision under a far-reaching plan, whereas the BJP or any political party takes its decisions according to the immediate needs. That is why after becoming the Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath was sent for campaigning as a star campaigner in different states across the country after all the elections to the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. Like once Modi was sent.

A Sangh functionary, requesting anonymity, says that the Sangh is not preparing Yogi to be a substitute for Modi but for the BJP after him. As long as Narendra Modi is active in politics, he is and will remain the top leader of the BJP and the government. But his separation from active politics should not create a leadership vacuum like it did after Atal Bihari Vajpayee, so the Sangh is trying to get some strong second line leaders ready in time in the BJP.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the leader of the liberal era of politics which was accepted by all and Narendra Modi is the leader of the evolutionary era of politics who left his mark in the development and good governance in the country and abroad and the next era of politics is of intense nationalism in which a strong nationalist like Yogi and Only a strong Hindutva leader can take the BJP forward. Therefore, the Sangh will not allow Yogi Adityanath to weaken under any circumstances.

It is said that this consensus has been reached in the meeting of the top leadership of the Sangh, which is going on in the capital for the last two days, which will be conveyed to the BJP by the Sangh. According to sources, this opinion in the Sangh was formed after discussing the report prepared after the visit of BJP’s organization general secretary BL Santosh to Lucknow. It is noteworthy that the meeting of the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is being held in Delhi from Thursday, which will continue till Saturday.

Sir Sanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat, Sir Karyawah Dattatreya Hosbole and all the key officials of the Sangh are present in the meeting. In the meeting, the current situation in West Bengal and the situation arising out of Corona were discussed on the first day. On the second day on Friday, there was a serious contemplation on the political situation in Uttar Pradesh. The Sangh leadership discussed the report given after the recent visits of Sir Karyawah Dattatreya Hosabole and BJP’s organization general secretary BL Santosh to Lucknow.

According to sources, on the basis of both the reports, the Sangh leadership is satisfied with the work of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and his government in Uttar Pradesh. The Sangh believes that in the first wave of Kovid infection, where the Yogi government successfully controlled the corona, in the second wave also all efforts were made to handle the situation and it was successful.

There is a unanimous opinion in the Sangh that the assembly elections to be held in February-March next year in Uttar Pradesh should be fought under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Along with this, consideration was also given to the social balance of all castes and communities in the state, and the Sangh is of the opinion that the BJP leadership should decide on its own, who should be given the responsibility, so that the party can firmly support the opposition in the elections. able to face the challenge.

The possible expansion of the Yogi cabinet in Uttar Pradesh and the sentiment of the MLAs was also discussed in the union meeting. The Sangh leadership is of the opinion that there is only eight months left for the elections and the government can do some work only till December, after which the time for the announcement of elections and the model code of conduct will come. Therefore, to speed up the work of the government, to create coordination and balance between the bureaucracy, making an experienced administrator like former IAS Arvind Kumar a minister and giving any important responsibility related to the development works of the state can benefit the government and the party.

The union leadership believes that what portfolio should be given to a minister is the prerogative of the Chief Minister and it should be decided by him. Along with this, the Sangh also discussed what should be done to compensate for the damage caused to the image of the government due to the Corona crisis and soon all the organizations of the Sangh will be active in this direction.

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The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has given protection to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. But at the same time, the Sangh also believes that Yogi should soften his stand and give proper place to the Legislative Council member Arvind Kumar Sharma in his cabinet. While sources say that Chief Minister Yogi is ready to make Arvind Kumar Sharma as much as possible a minister of state in his cabinet, the central leadership is in favor of making Sharma a cabinet minister as well as giving him important portfolios like Home and Secret Appointment. The bureaucracy of Uttar Pradesh can be curbed and coordination and coordination can be better.

But Yogi and his supporters see in this the danger of becoming a new power center of parallel power in the state. It is believed that the Sangh leadership wants to find a middle way in this tussle that has been going on for the last four-five months. The same conclusion has come to the conclusion of the discussion about Uttar Pradesh on the second day of the three-day meeting of the top leadership of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which is considered to be the ideological Gangotri and mother organization of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the capital.

According to a Hindutva ideologue who closely understands and observes the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, in fact, Yogi Adityanath was handed over the command of Uttar Pradesh by the Sangh by using its veto under one of its grand plans, when in 2017 neither Uttar Pradesh nor Uttar Pradesh in the name of Yogi. The state elections were contested and neither was he considered to be the frontrunner in the race for the chief minister’s post. Rather, the maximum names were going to the then state BJP President Keshav Prasad Maurya and the then Union Minister Manoj Sinha.

But the Sangh leadership used its veto at the last minute to advise Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then BJP President Amit Shah to make Yogi Adityanath the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, leaving both Maurya and Sinha behind and Yogi Adityanath’s emergency in Lucknow. Landing had taken place. Because the Sangh is preparing Yogi to become the top leader of the post Modi era BJP in the same way as the BJP of Vajpayee Advani era, Narendra Modi has been brought forward by the Sangh.

The Sangh takes every decision under a far-reaching plan, whereas the BJP or any political party takes its decisions according to the immediate needs. That is why after becoming the Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath was sent for campaigning as a star campaigner in different states across the country after all the elections to the Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. Like once Modi was sent.

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