On the tweet made by CM Yogi Adityanath, social media users started asking many types of questions.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is preparing for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, is claiming that his government is going to come once again. Several tweets are being made from his official Twitter handle throughout the day. Similarly, a tweet came from his Twitter account that Maharaj ji is coming again. On this tweet, social media users started asking many types of questions.
Some users started supporting his point, while some users started asking where they are coming. Actually shared a poster from the official Twitter account of Yogi Adityanath. In which it was told that more youths have been given jobs in his government than the previous government. Social media users started taking a dig at this.
Former IAS Surya Pratap Singh asked – Towards the Math? A user named Sachin commented, “Yogi adityanath ji does not see the data of NCRB? We tweet whatever comes to our mind. It was written from the Twitter account named Gyanendra Chaudhary that Maharaj ji is not coming but going. A user named Anubhav Singh wrote that Yogi ji, you are the pride of UP. You are sure to come.
A Twitter user named Ashish Singh wrote – We will bring those who give jobs to the youth. A Twitter user named Zahid Jafri writes, “Gorakhpur Math is waiting for you. Good bye BJP.” A Twitter user named Bal Mukund wrote that he will not come now. A user named Raman wrote – After returning, you have to go to your vote, so start painting there.
A Twitter handle named Ashok Kumar commented, “Won’t be able to come because AAP MLAs and ministers are going with Samajwadi Party.” A Twitter user named Ehsan Alam asked – Towards the monastery or towards the mountain like Sanyasi Baba? A user named Dhirendra Singh wrote that now you are not going to come because no one seems to be getting employment. You have given 4 lakh jobs to people only through posters and banners. For information, let us tell you that the date of UP assembly elections has been announced. The results of the elections will also be declared on March 10.