The NDA victory in Bihar once again proved why Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is counted among the influential figures. The way he overwhelmed the people of Bihar in these elections is remarkable.
Every single speech by Yogi Adityanath worked like magic on the public, it can be gauged that out of the 18 seats for which he campaigned in three phases of voting, 12 candidates either won or won the lead. Kept doing That is, CM Yogi’s strike rate was 67% overall in this Bihar election.
He had his rallies in Bakhtiyarpur, Bisfi, Katihar, Keoti, Sitamarhi, Raxaul, Valmiki Nagar, Jhanjharpur, Lalganj, Daraunda, Jamui, Karakat, Garia Kothi, Siwan, Arwal, Paliganj, Tarari and Ramgarh.
NDA candidates won all the seats, except in areas like Karakat, Arwal, Paliganj, Tarari and Ramgarh. While the remaining 4 seats went to the CPI (ML) account and till the end in Ramgarh, BJP gave a tough fight to the RJD candidate.
According to the news of Times of India BJP sources said on Yogi Adityanath’s campaign that Yogi Adityanath’s campaign as a star campaigner had the potential to turn votes in his favor. BJP leader Swatantra Dev Singh said for CM Yogi that he is not only a capable administrator, but also one of the influential leaders who has the ability to bring voters with him irrespective of caste lines.
Experts believe that CM Yogi Adityanath won the hearts of the people by using influential words like ‘Sita Ka Mayaka’ in his speeches. After this, the works of Modi government which he mentioned also left an impact on the public.
Whether it is the commitment of the central government on the Ram temple issue in Ayodhya or the announcement of the construction of the Ram Janaki bridge, Yogi Adityanath put his words effectively and attracted voters to the NDA.
From time to time, due to targeting RJD and Congress, public attention also got more attention towards NDA. The voters also proved that the RJD’s promises to them were hollow by voting for the NDA candidates in these areas.
During his campaign, Yogi Adityanath also reminded voters of RJD’s 15-year tenure. He had raised the question that if the RJD’s intention was to give jobs to the youth, then why did it not happen in the tenure of 15 years?