Gulf country’s new channel Al Jazeera is not able to digest Yogi Adityanath’s victory
Doha (Qatar) – The BJP, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has won in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections with a big majority. Gulf country’s new channel Al Jazeera was not able to digest Yogi Adityanath’s victory. Al Jazeera has published an anti-Hindu article – Hardline Hindu monk’s stock rises as BJP wins key Indian state.
The article states,
- His performance in Uttar Pradesh, home to more than 220 million people and where he is chief minister, has reinforced the perception among some leaders of the nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Hindu groups that support it that he could one day be prime minister.
- While BJP spokespeople declined to comment on Adityanath’s future, some political analysts believe he is too divisive a figure for the top job. (The names of such political analysts should also be announced, otherwise, it will be one’s Hindu hatred under the name of political analysts ! – Editor)
- Adityanath once ran a private Hindu militia and his crackdown on crime, in which more than 150 alleged criminals and gangsters were killed in Uttar Pradesh during his first term, has drawn criticism on the one hand and appealed to many voters on the other.
- India’s large Muslim minority also sees him as a poster boy for the BJP’s Hindu-first agenda that has inflamed tensions between the two communities. (Calling minorities in Uttar Pradesh ‘large’ on the one hand and ‘minorities’ on the other shows the intellectual bankruptcy of the Al Jazeera news channel. In reality, there is a 20% Muslim population in Uttar Pradesh, hence, isn’t calling them ‘minority’ a joke ? – Editor)