Unhappy Farmers Dump Potatoes Outside CM Adityanath's Residence, Police To Take Action

Potatoes dumped in Lucknow Four policemen including Sub Inspector suspended

"There is a lot you can learn from us Sir".

Residents of Lucknow woke up to a surprise on Saturday morning when they saw hundreds of tones of potatoes littered on Vidhan Sabha Marg outside the Uttar Pradesh Assembly building and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's residence.

Chief minister Siddaramaiah took to twitter to slam Adityanath.

Drawing a parallel between Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka, Yogi hinted that the issue of Hanuman Jayanthi which had become controversial a few months ago after the Congress government banned a procession in Hunsur in Mysuru, may play a dominant role during the Assembly elections here.

Siddaramaiah also tweeted, "We welcome dignitaries from other states to come, and learn from CM @siddaramaiah's Karnataka Model of Governance". It's an organized conspiracy to malign the Yogi Adityanath government. "I heard number of farmers committing suicide in Karnataka was highest in your regime, not to mention the numerous deaths and transfer of honest officers", the UP Chief Minister tweeted in response.

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Speaking at the "Sadhana Sambhrama" political meeting at Sagar, yesterday night, he said BJP national president Amit Shah whovisited to the state had directed the party functionaries to rake upcommunal issues and divide the people on the lines of religion.

Addressing the BJP's Parivarthana Rally at Vijayanagar in Bengaluru, Mr Adityanath said the CM had made the turnaround seeing the growing popularity of Hindu ideology in the state.

He accused the state government of stalling development projects to divert the funds to the Congress's coffers.

But, the monk-politician added according to news agency Press Trust of India, calling himself a Hindu will not suffice till he continues to endorse eating beef.

Keeping the tirade going against the Congress government, Yogi said law and order had completely collapsed here.