CM Yogi reprimands BJP leader on stage, video viral

Lucknow: A video of UP CM Yogi Adityanath is currently going viral on social media in which he is seen scolding the BJP leader from the dais. This style of  Yogi is being shared by people on social media. However, the case is said to be dated November 29.

Bjp leader scolded from the dais: According to information received so far, the leader whom Chief Minister Yogi is scolding from the dais is Vibhrat Chand Kaushik. He has currently been given the post of Minister of State. Chief Minister Yogi had attended a sports event in the Bansgaon assembly constituency. Meanwhile, while he was sitting on the dais as the chief guest, BJP leader Kaushik was trying to say something in his ears. When Kaushik did so, Yogi got angry and scolded him and said, 'talk later'.

Bjp leader has the status of minister of state: where it is learnt that Vibhart Chand Kaushik was also the student union president and general secretary of Gorakhpur University. They have a lot of influence in the Gorakhpur area. Kaushik is currently the Vice President of UP State Youth Welfare Council. He has the status of Minister of State.

Video goes viral on social media: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's video of Vibhart Chand Kaushik scolding is going viral. People on the video are making a variety of comments. It may be recalled that CM Yogi was an MP from Gorakhpur before becoming chief minister. Even after becoming cm, he always goes to Gorakhpur.

 

 

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