Uttar Pradesh Assembly Poll


For the most awaited Assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, the Bhartiya Janata Party government is showcasing their development works and implementing welfare policies and infrastructure development projects to the people to seek a mandate from the people in the 2022 Assembly polls.

The Yogi Adityanath government being in power for almost four and a half years, is set to present a report card on the development and welfare policies in Uttar Pradesh.

On September 19, the party authorities will submit a report. On the following day, the BJP MLAs will present their information.

The members responsible will show updates regarding the development work that constituencies will be carrying on in their respective Assembly segments.

The administrative authorities will be visiting door to door during this period to find out and resolve issues the people face with the local government.

The UP government has pans on initiating and organizing the policy of Garib Kalyan Mela in every block.

From September 2 to October 2, the booth committees will be taking the reports of the government to every household so that the senior leaders will be able to elect new members of the party.

Looking back into the 2017 elections, the BJP won by a landslide victory by winning 312 Assembly seats by securing 39.67 per cent votes in the 403-member Assembly elections.

The Samajwadi Party or SP also won 47 seats, and the BSP won 19 seats while the Congress could manage to win only seven seats.


However, other political parties are slamming the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his remark ‘people who say Abba Jaan’, which is derogatory to the Muslim Community and the Samajwadi Party.

Yogi blatantly stated that people did not receive rations before 2017 as they do now.

According to him, Abba Jaan people were responsible for digesting these rations while addressing in a programme held in Kushinagar on Sunday.

Abba Jaan mentioned here is an Urdu language term for father.


National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah Tweeted, stating that the BJP’s sole intention for fighting the elections is to fulfil their agenda of ensuring blatant communism and hatred towards the Muslim community.

He also says that Yogi Adityanath is a CM seeking re-election by claiming that the Muslims ate up all the rations meant for the Hindus.

Samajwadi Party MLC Ashutosh Sinha states that the use of unparliamentary language by a Chief Minister clearly shows that he is less educated.

He also says that people who are well educated make use of proper and dignified language to address their opinion.

Ashutosh Sinha also adds that a person who holds a Constitutional post should learn to refrain from using such language, which brings shame and embarrassment to the democracy.

The Uttar Pradesh Congress Spokesperson Ashok Singh states that the language used by the UP-Chief Minister is tarnishing the authoritative body of democracy as it divides society.

JDU President Lalan Singh states that political party representatives should restrict their comments, especially derogatory comments.

India is a democratic and diverse country where people from different religions and ethnicities are living in harmony.

Mr Singh, a confidant of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, also stated that the country belongs to all sections of society as India is indeed a diverse country.

This crude communist remark of Mr Adityanath has created a large amount of backlash to the party he is representing for the elections.

With time, we will witness the result as to what will happen in the polls? Do we get to see a change, or do we continue to tolerate communism?



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