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Vajpayee said in the Shirena style “I am tired but have not retired”

Lucknow: Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who had a united intent, political foresight, spot-answer and friendly attitude towards the country’s development during the 2004 general elections in Lucknow said that he was tired but did not retire. In fact, during the 2004 general elections, the Cold War was continuing between the Atal and the Advani camps for leadership. The slogan of the party was ‘Advani’s leadership towards Vijaypath’.

PunjabKesari Meanwhile, during a press conference in which journalists were repeatedly misused about this, Vajpayee had said in the Shirena style, “I am tired but have not retired.” These two rows stand in favor of the Sangh and the entire Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) It was done. Vajpayee, who was a 5-time MP from Lucknow, was the Nawab Nagari Kazayas. In 1998, the well-known face of Bollywood stood against Muzaffar Ali Vajpayee in the election. The convoy of both of them was in front of Bakshi pond area and supporters of both were in early hurry to leave.

PunjabKesari Meanwhile Atal came down from his car and said that Mujfar you go first because you first came here. They waited until Muzaffar Ali’s caravan got out. In another similar incident, during the assembly elections, Vajpayee was in the election campaign as an MP. Meanwhile, news came that the BJP was losing 2 assembly seats. In a public meeting, they said that you have given us your kurta and I have heard that you are planning to give your pajamas to someone else.

PunjabKesari At the time of the demise of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Vajpayee was in Lucknow. Due to the demise of Gandhi, Atal had said only to the throat, that inadequate damage For the first time in Lucknow, Vajpayee tried his luck in the year 1991. Meanwhile, a newspaper here published a public survey that the Atal Congressman was defeated by Ranjit Singh with heavy votes. On this, the BJP supporters got furious and the media felt that maybe Atal would have a strong reaction to this news, but on the contrary, Vajpayee, addressing the workers said that the survey says that I am losing. So you get up and work hard to ensure my victory. Seeing respect for the media, the whole country became convinced.

Several well-known faces in Lucknow against PunjabKesari Vajpayee contested the elections, including Congress leader Karan Singh, well-known lawyer Ram Jethmalani, Bollywood producer Muzaffar Ali and current Congress President Rajbabber. Though all these faces were not able to fight Vajpayee but everyone publicly expressed his respect for them. The former prime minister played a major role in the BJP-Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) alliance in the mid-1990s. Much of the multi-faceted personality was Bose’s founder Kanshi Ram and Madhya Pradesh’s former Chief Minister Mayawati, and this made it easier for the alliance.

Vajpayee’s friendly relationship with the Samajwadi Party (SP) founder Mulayam Singh Yadav was not hidden from anyone. In Lucknow, Vajpayee had an important contribution in bringing the Muslim fraternity, especially the Shia class closer to the BJP. Vajpayee played a vital role in bringing BJP leaders to the national level. One of them is also Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

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