Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath remains the centre of major attraction in elections. Apart from UP, there is a tremendous demand for them outside the state. That is why BJP conducts massive rallies in every election. CM Yogi has emerged as the biggest brand of religion and Hindutva in the current era. CM Yogi will enter the election battle of Haryana and Maharashtra tomorrow. Yogi is on his way to Gorakhpur due to Navratri but will return on Wednesday. His the tour will begin in these states from Thursday.
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Mahant Yogi of the famous Gorakshpeeth of the Nath has followers all over the country. In these states, the Yogis will edge the agenda of Hindutva and development. At the time of elections, he expands Prime Minister Narendra Modi's agenda as a star campaigner. Yogi played an important role in the election of states like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh etc. The Haryana and Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elections are currently underway. As a Yogi Star campaigner in these states, BJP will directly face voters to ensure the victory of the candidates. Yogi also went to the nomination of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, while he has had several programs in Maharashtra.
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Now the Chief Minister will go to Maharashtra on Thursday. Many of his programs have been held there. There are a large number of North Indians in Maharashtra. Especially people from eastern Uttar Pradesh are engaged in employment there. Yogi has popularity among them. He will go to Haryana on Friday. He will inspire voters through meetings on issues like Hindutva in Haryana, removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Yogi will also be visiting Haryana on Saturday. Then Yogi's Maharashtra tour is proposed on Sunday and Monday. He will hold several meetings until Monday. Both states are to vote on 21st.
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