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A Math Breakdown of Yogi Adityanath’s “80 vs. 20”

 Yogi Adityanath’s “80 vs. 20”: A BJP leader has presented an intriguing mathematical analysis of Uttar Pradesh Chief

Minister Yogi Adityanath’s “80 vs 20” comment. 

He .stated that most residents of the state are in favor of BJP while 20 % are against it. 

It is widely believe to pit the state’s 80% Hindu people against its 20 percent minorities.

The figures cited from the chief minister represent the proportion between Hindus and

Muslims in UP and Uttar Pradesh, where elections for the assembly are scheduled for June.

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 Uttar Pradesh has a 79.73 percent Hindu population. According to the census, the Muslim

population is 19.26 percent, Christians are 0.18 percent, and Sikhs are 0.32 percent.

“It’s not the Muslims that Yogi had talked about; I will give you the details of the 20%. This

20% consists of 9 percent of criminals and anti-social elements, 3.5% are land grabbers,

2% commit atrocities against women, people who are pro-Pakistan are 2%, and people

who are against ‘Vande Mataram’ are 1.5%. These people consist of that 20 percent,”

stated Alok Vats from the BJP on NDTV’s Trending Tonight program.

When Sanket Upadhyay from NDTV asked about the data’s source, He replied: “Social

study, living in the society you can make out who these people are.”

“Which social study, bhaiya?” The host yelled out Congress spokesperson Supriya Srinate, a

presenter on the program, at which point the BJP leader scoldingly responded, “Why are

you laughing and relating it to Muslims? When did he (Yogi Adityanath) say that?”

Yogi Adityanath’s controversial comment was made during a function in the capital city of

the state Lucknow when he was asked regarding Brahmin voting in UP.

“The fight has moved forward. “The contest is currently 20 versus 80,” he said.

“80 percent is those who are supporters of nationalism, good governance, and

development.

 So, such people will vote for the BJP, and those who are against this and supporters of

mafias and criminals, anti-farmer and village, such 15-20 people will take a different path.

 So, in this 80-20 fight, it is the lotus that will show the way,” the Chief Minister said about

the BJP’s symbol of the election.

Uttar Pradesh will go to elections in seven phases beginning on February 10. Votes will be

counted on the 10th of Marc

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