‘Weather bad for BJP’: RLD chief Jayant Chaudhary’s dig at PM Modi

By | February 7, 2022

Sharing a screenshot of the readings depicting the weather conditions in Bijnor, Jayant Chaudhary tweeted: “The sun is shining in Bijnor, but BJP’s weather is bad!”

Sharing a screenshot of the readings depicting the weather conditions in Bijnor, Jayant Chaudhary tweeted: “The sun is shining in Bijnor, but BJP’s weather is bad!”

Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the cancellation of his in-person rally in Bijnor on Monday, February 7, Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Jayant Chaudhary said that “the weather is bad for the BJP”.

Prime Minister Narendra was scheduled to address the Bijnor rally in hybrid (online+offline) mode. He was supposed to speak from the Bijnor rally venue in person. However, he had to cancel the plan owing to “bad weather”. Later, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who attended the rally in person, said: “PM Narendra Modi couldn’t be present in person as his chopper could not take off in the inclement weather conditions. Even I arrived late to the venue.”

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Sharing a screenshot of the readings depicting the weather conditions in Bijnor, Jayant Chaudhary tweeted: “The sun is shining in Bijnor, but BJP’s weather is bad!”

The BJP, in recent times, has unsuccessfully tried to rope in Jayant Chaudhary and, in turn, his Jat voter base twice. BJP leader Amit Shah had tried to woo Chaudhary twice in as many weeks by first saying that the BJP’s “doors were open” for alliance with RLD and then claiming that SP chief Akhilesh Yadav would “drown the RLD leader’s voice” if it comes to power .

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This was the PM’s first rally in Bijnor. Around 1,000 workers attended the rally. PM Modi addressed workers in three districts — Bijnor, Moradabad, and Amroha — virtually. The PM’s address covered 18 constituencies.

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