On Sunday, over a span of 5 hours, chief minister Yogi Adityanath addressed two conferences in Ayodhya and Varanasi. In Ayodhya, there was a state government assembly of BJP’s state OBC Morcha. The assembly was attended by BJP employees of the OBC Morcha throughout the state. While addressing the assembly, Adityanath mentioned numerous sections falling beneath the OBC wing weren’t mere castes, however frontal warriors defending the Hindu faith. Speaking in Ayodhya on the concluding day of the OBC state government assembly, Adityanath additionally made references to how historic personalities akin to Raja Suheldev, revered by the Rajbhar group, led fights in opposition to international invaders however weren’t given their due by historians and earlier governments alike. Apart from Suheldev, he additionally talked about Nishadraj and mentioned his authorities is making a grand memorial for him in Shringverpur.
Adityanath’s 40-minute-speech spelled out the BJP’s OBC technique— to unite probably the most dominant voting bloc within the state (amongst which the Yadavs are a loyal voter base of the Samajwadi Party) beneath a bigger umbrella of non secular nationalism, which additionally explains selecting Ayodhya because the place for the assembly. Functionaries of each the state in addition to nationwide OBC morchas got here to Ayodhya to debate the roadmap for BJP’s OBC outreach.
In Varanasi, the two-day nationwide government assembly of the BJP SC morcha ended with an deal with by Yogi on Sunday. The assembly was addressed by BJP nationwide president JP Nadda on Saturday. “UP has more than 20 per cent Dalit votes and they have supported BJP in large numbers,” CT Ravi, BJP common secretary, who was in Varanasi to handle the assembly instructed ET. “Under the leadership of PM Modi, unlike other parties, the BJP government has given representation and ‘Samman’ to people from SC community. Whether it is building houses, or giving gas cylinders or free ration, SC and poor are at the core of BJP’s governance policy.”