Why Yogi Adityanath had to put a complete stop on Hindu Yuva Vahini started two decades ago

Publish Date: 04 Aug, 2022 |

Before becoming the CM of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath had many other identities, one of these was the Hindu Yuva Vahini organization. Now this organization has completely disappeared. That is, now all the units of this organization are over, whether it is at district or state level, now there will be no unit of Hindu Yuva Vahini.

Units will be reorganized soon

Giving this information, state in-charge Raghavendra Pratap Singh said that the units would be reorganized soon. He said that for a long time there was no reorganization of units in the organization. For this purpose they have been dissolved. By the way, behind this reshuffle in the Vahini, a plan is being told to equip the organization with new energy. It is being said that Hindu Yuva Vahini is preparing to form a new team of new workers from eastern to western Uttar Pradesh before Mission-2024. The founder of Hindu Yuva Vahini is CM Yogi Adityanath.It was formed in 2002 by Yogi Adityanath as an MP. In the 2022 elections, the Vahini campaigned with full force in favor of the BJP candidates.

Hindu Yuva Vahini’s role

Hindu Yuva Vahini Sangathan played an important role in making Yogi Adityanath a fire brand leader of Hindutva ideology. This organization has a very strong hold in the Purvanchal area of Uttar Pradesh. At the same time, it has units in many districts of the state, all of which have now been announced to be closed. 

At the same time, the deep impact of this organization is also seen in some areas of Bihar adjoining Purvanchal. After Yogi Adityanath became the Chief Minister, the role of the organization was reduced a bit in the state and now he himself has announced to end it.


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