Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Announced
The Bharatiya Janata Party has finally announced its Chief Minister for Uttar Pradesh and it is surely a surprise decision. Although the UP BJP chief Keshav Prasad Maurya, current Home Minister and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Rajnath Singh were front runners, BJP has lived up to the dreams of the thousands of their hard core Hindu supporters and core vote bank and has decided that Yogi Adityanath will be the next Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
Also it has been decided that Keshav Prasad Mourya and Dinesh Sharma will be the Two Deputy Chief Ministers. Both Yogi Adityanath and Keshav Prasad Mourya have left for the Lok Bhavan to speak to the Governor of the State. Yogi Adityanath had met with Amit Shah today morning and it is said that Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are the ones who finalized the decision.
Why did Yogi become CM?
Top sources within the BJP have told us that although Rajnath Singha, Manoj Sinha and Keshav Prasad Mourya were close to the BJP top brass, Yogi Adityanath won the race because he was seen as the person responsible for the BJP’s victory in Uttar Pradesh. BJP has also respected the choice and demand of the thousands of BJP karyakartas who were motivated by Yogi Adityanath to campaign for BJP.
Jagrukbharat.com congrgulates Yogi Adityanath for becoming the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. We sincerely hop the BJP will keep their promise of building Ram Mandir.
Adityanath is the Mahant or head priest of the Gorakhnath Mutt, a Hindu temple in Gorakhpur, following the death of his spiritual “father,” Mahant Avaidyanath in September 2014. He is also the founder of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, a social, cultural and nationalist group of youth who seek to provide rightist Hindu platform.
He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Science from H.N.B. Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal), Uttarakhand. Adityanath was the youngest member of the 12th Lok Sabha at 26. He has been elected as an MP from Gorakhpur to the Lok Sabha in the 1998, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014 elections.