NEW DELHI: The Aam Admi Party (AAP) has shared a video of Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) using an unparliamentary word while speaking to a leading news agency ANI. The video, shared in a recent post on Facebook, has gone viral soon.
"This can't be language of a real yogi. This is language of a goon ruling a state where women get raped everyday and children die due to lack of oxygen," a part of the AAP released post reads.
In the video, Adityanath could be heard thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the ministry of health along with the scientists for making COVID-19 vaccines available free of cost. While talking some interruptions take place in the background and Yogi Adityanath seemed to get irritated.
"What ch@$#$ are you doing?" Yogi could be heard saying to someone creating the disturbance, by the end of the video shared by AAP.
The authentication of the video was yet to be ascertained, and BJP has not reacted yet though. InsideNE tried to contact Sudhanshu Trivedi, BJP spokesperson, and Rajya Sabha member, regarding the same but the efforts went futile.
It is worth mentioning that Uttar Pradesh is one of the states that AAP is eyeing for in the next election to contest, and their tug of war with the UP unit of BJP has become a new center of attraction.
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