Yogi Adityanath Birthday: Yogi Turns 51… Full Story Of Ajay Bisht To Adityanath, Mahant To Bulldozer Baba

Happy Birthday Yogi Adityanath: Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, turns 52 on Monday. The narrative of a science degree student who rose to become the Mahant of Gorakhnath Peeth and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is fascinating.

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Father’s Business

Yogi Adityanath has seven siblings in all. His father, Anand Singh Bisht, wanted Ajay to assist him in his transportation business, but Ajay Singh Bisht wasn’t interested. Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna University awarded him a BSc in Mathematics.

Meeting Avedyanath

In the 1990s, the Ram Mandir movement was at its height under the leadership of LK Advani. Ajay Singh Bisht also took part in this movement. Ajay Singh met Mahant Avedyanath of Gorakhnath temple in a program related to this. He was greatly influenced by Avedyanath.

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Yogi’s Renunciation

Ajay left home for Gorakhpur on the pretext of looking for work one day in 1993. His family had no idea where his son went for a year. Yogi is claimed to have sent letters to his father multiple times during this time but never delivered them to his father’s address.

Initiation Of Gorakh Panth

Mahant Avedyanath accepted Ajay Singh Bisht into Gorakhpanth on February 15, 1994. During this time, Ajay Yogi was renamed Adityanath. Four years later, in 1998, Avedyanath designated Yogi as the heir to both the Gorakhnath Math and his political legacy.

Youngest Parliamentarian

At the age of 26, Yogi Adityanath ran in the Gorakhpur parliamentary elections for the first time in 1998. He won the election by a margin of 26 thousand votes. He took his oath as an MP in Sanskrit in the Parliament after winning for the first time. The following year, elections were held again, and Yogi was re-elected. This string of victories continued until he was elected Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

The Complainant in Gorakhnath Temple

Yogi Adityanath is also known for listening to people’s problems in the Gorakhnath temple as a public representative.

Vinod Khanna Campaigned

In the 1998 elections, film actor Vinod Khanna came to campaign for Yogi Adityanath. Even after the election, the two maintained cordial connections.

last Speech In Parliament

In 2017, the BJP won with a massive majority in Uttar Pradesh. Yogi Adityanath was elected as the Legislature Party’s leader. On March 21, he delivered his final address as an MP from Gorakhpur before traveling to Lucknow to assume control of Uttar Pradesh.

CM for The First Time

Yogi Adityanath took office as Chief Minister for the first time in 2017, and Governor Ram Naik administered the oath of duty and secrecy to him.

An Oath With Two Deputy CMs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also attended Yogi Adityanath’s inauguration event. Yogi was joined by two Deputy Chief Ministers, Keshav Prasad Maurya, and Dinesh Chandra Sharma while taking the oath.

‘Hinduist’ Chief Minister

Yogi Adityanath tried successful intervention in state law and order, prevention of corruption in government offices, and implementation of government programs during his five-year tenure. He was also accused of promoting Hindutva ideology. Meanwhile, a decision was made about the Ram temple in Ayodhya, and the Yogi government moved quickly to implement the foundation stone laying program for the temple’s construction.

Chief Minister Again

The Yogi government ran for re-election in 2022 on the subjects of law and order, development, and Hindutva. Under Yogi’s leadership, the party won again this time. Yogi also ran for and won the Gorakhpur assembly seat. Yogi was re-elected as CM.

Bulldozer Baba Became Mahant

During its second term, the Yogi government took a highly hard stance against the mafia and criminals. To harm criminals’ economies, the Yogi government began using bulldozers on their properties. Petty criminals joined the state’s infamous mafia, which included Mukhtar Ansari, Atiq Ahmed, and Vijay Mishra. People began dubbing Yogi ‘Bulldozer Baba’ because of his work style.

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