Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Bengaluru today ahead of Karnataka Assembly elections. As per the reports of the party officials Yogi Adityanath visited Bengaluru for accelerating the campaigning for the Karnataka Assembly elections. On Saturday, Yogi Adityanath arrived to participate in the party’s rally to address the public. It is the second visit of UP’s chief minister Yogi Adityanath in Karnataka within a month, he is participating in the rally in the Karnataka after conducting first at Hubbali on 21st December.
With New Year and another upcoming election of the state assembly, the BJP is all set to begin its campaign across the poll-bound state. Ahead of Karnataka state elections, BJP’s Yogi Adityanath arrived Bengaluru to organise Nav Karnataka Parivartan Rally. In the rally, Yogi Adityanth said that the Congress wants to divide people in the name of caste and it is giving burden to the country. While countering He said that Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramiah is missing Hindutva today. Yogi Adityanath also said that whenever he comes to Karnataka, he always visits a monastery. Whereas in the last rally, he said that no one can stop BJP from forming the government after next year’s assembly elections in Karnataka. He also alleged Congress party for insulting the great tradition of India by displaying respect for Tipu Sultan the ruler of the 18th century.
While attacking the beef issue in the state, Yogi Adityanath said that Karnataka’s CM Siddaramaiah couldn’t claim Hindu to promote beef consumption. He said when the Bharatiya Janta Party was in power in the state, we had enacted a law prohibiting cow slaughter. Later on, the Congress government has removed the law, soon after it comes into the power. And added that now when the elections are coming near Mr Siddaramaiah has realised that he is Hindu.