Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has said that lord Hanuman is a Dalit and hence all Dalits must vote for BJP during the Rajasthan assembly elections campaign. The five State assembly elections are happening all over India one by one and in Rajasthan assembly elections are scheduled to be held on December 7 and BJP has been actively and vigorously campaigning for winning the elections in Rajasthan.
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has been actively campaigning in Rajasthan for BJP. Wherever he goes he used to speak of lord Rama and Ramayana only or regarding Hinduism only, and this time in campaign he spoke much of castes and said lord Hanuman belongs to Dalit caste.
Hence Dalit people must vote for BJP, as lord Rama also wanted south and north to unite, just like Hanuman, and since BJP is fighting for uniting people, everyone must be voting for BJP Said Yogi Adityanath, and his speech has created new controversy.
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