Pinarayi Vijayan must now refrain from attacking Yogi: Kerala BJP

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Now that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has won a landslide election victory, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan should cease criticising Yogi Adityanath, said Kerala BJP President K. Surendran.

"People heard what Vijayan was saying about Yogi and even advised him that Uttar Pradesh should follow the 'Kerala model.' Now, we (the BJP) would argue that Kerala should follow the Uttar Pradesh model because the so-called Kerala model has been rejected by the people "Surendran went on to say.

During the election campaign in Uttar Pradesh, the two Chief Ministers engaged in a political war of words. As per the video, Yogi told the people that their vote will decide the future of Uttar Pradesh. If the people of Uttar Pradesh repeat the mistake of not electing the BJP administration back to power, the state might soon become a "Kashmir, Bengal, or Kerala," UP CM said.

"In the last five years, a lot of good has happened. Vote carefully, or the effort of the previous five years will be undone. Kashmir, Kerala, and Bengal might all be renamed Uttar Pradesh. This is the time to make important decisions "Adityanath said

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