Notable Riots in UP after Yogi Adityanath Became the Chief Minister

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Yogi Adityanath claims that there have been no riots in UP after he became the Chief Minister.

Okay, I am going to give you guys two minutes to laugh your guts out, then realize that there are actually people dead in riots, then have some remorse and then realize the absurdity of Yogi Adityanath’s statement and then laugh again….

……… 2 mins up 🙂

Yogi Adityanath assumed the Chief Minister’s office in March 2017.

A quick google search gives you the numerous news reports which have declared Uttar Pradesh as the top most state which contributed to around 195 communal incidences in the very first year of Yogi’s assuming office.

And then you will also remember some of the infamous riots in the past two years which have shaken the better sense of many people in India.

Some of the Notable Riots in UP are as under:

5th May 2017: Saharanpur Riots: These were riots between Rajputs and Dalits in which around 25 Dalit houses were burnt. 1 man was killed and around 16 were injured.

26th Jan 2018: Kasganj Riot: These riots were invoked by a rally by ABVP guys in Kasganj.

4th Dec 2018: Bulandhahr Riot: This was when the cow vigilantes went on a rampage and Police Officer Subodh Kumar got killed/murdered by the rioters. .

And these are only the well-known riots that I have written about. That UP is a den of communal outbursts is well known and that Yogi Adityanath has been busy dismissing criminal cases against himself and his party men is also well known..

Considering that lying on camera blatantly is a fashion with BJP, with Modi leading from the top, it is not a surprise that Yogi Adityanath has taken this Art of Lying one step forward.

Disclaimer: I realized after writing this post that I shouldn’t even have gone for a fact-check on Yogi’s statement, I should be rather inquiring about which thing he smokes …. Man, I want some of that “Energy”

The post was first published by Darshan Mondkar on his Facebook Timeline.

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