My Take on Uttar Pradesh Election Results

I know I’m a few days late to be posting this, but I couldn’t stop myself from posting one blog taking on the political scenario in India right now.

When you make people stand for hours in long bank queues still they go to vote for you, you must be doing right. I’m sure the educated people like you and me get what I’m talking about. That’s right folks! It’s demonetization!

More than 60% of India is now under Bhartiya Janta Party’s (BJP) rule. That’s not my idea but a Times of India released report.

Where are the haters of Modi now? Where are the supporters of Rahul Gandhi for PM now? Where are the people who thought Arvind Kejriwal is one of the best CM Delhi could get.

Mr. Akhilesh Yadav was banished from the party and these blind people couldn’t even guess that it’s all a political stunt. I guess education is very important to have an analytical thinking like that. Not your fault people. Nothing more could be expected from a bunch of people who either never set foot in a school or follow their pride for caste and religion more than their pride for the country.

Mr. Arvind Kejriwal went down to the lowest levels possible to defame NaMo. He used the lamest language one CM could for their Prime Minister. A man of virtue and alumni of one of the most prestigious institutions of India – the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Bravo Mr. CM. Perhaps now you know that #ActionSpeakLouderThanWords.

The haters of BJP saying it’s anti-muslim, anti-secular, where are your anti-BJP slogans now? Mr. Narendra Modi was a tea seller, how can an uneducated person like him run a democracy like India? Well, the answer is right in front of you people. Our PM has very skillfully rendered these #HatersSilent.

Samajwadi Party (SP), Indian National Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) did everything in their power to make sure BJP is not able to secure good ratio of votes. Arch rivals SP and Congress even joined hands in alliance to form a joint government should they come top power. Ms. Mayawati, BSP Supremo even accused the Elections Commissions for selling the UP seats to BJP and that the election results were fake. I guess some people don’t have the honor to accept defeat proudly. All this to defeat one man – Mr. Narendra Modi! The Ramjas College violence by BJP backed ABVP was a hot weapon for the opposition parties but I think the educated section of the society is smarter to rise above such political agendas. The BJP’s vision of a Congress free India and #HarHarModiGharGharModi is coming to life. 

A new era in Indian Democracy is under making and the people are foreseeing the future that our PM has envisioned. I don’t doubt his ability and neither should you.



12 thoughts on “My Take on Uttar Pradesh Election Results

    1. With all due respect sir, blog posts are meant to be ONLY read. One can surpass without liking or commenting but should always take time to read the post the other person has put in work to write. If one doesn’t like the posts, they are most welcome to unfollow. I believe we are a part of a community that appreciates writing by reading, not simply gaining a followers; Instagram does that job very well.
      Thanks for stopping by. I’ll surely check out your post.

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