Remembering Kalyan Singh, CM Yogi made an emotional tweet, wrote- Tribute to Ram Bhakti, crowning his head....

 CM Yogi Adityanath Emotional Tweet: Remembering former UP CM Kalyan Singh, the Chief Minister of the state Yogi Adityanath made an emotional tweet. He described Kalyan Singh as the ultimate Ram devotee.


CM Yogi Emotional Tweet on Kalyan Singh: Kalyan Singh, the former CM of Uttar Pradesh, has merged into the five elements today. During the funeral of Kalyan Singh, the Chief Minister of the state, Yogi Adityanath himself was managing the entire system. The Chief Minister remembered the former CM by tweeting after his merger in Panchtatva. Describing Kalyan Singh as a Ram devotee, he wrote that, in the devotion of Ram, he renounced the power and went to the shelter of Ram.


Told Kalyan Singh the ultimate Ram devotee


Yogi Adityanath wrote in his tweet that, gave up in Ram Bhakti, the crown of your head, go towards Ram Sharan, the ultimate Ram devotee today. Let us tell you that Kalyan Singh played an important role in the Ram Mandir movement. Not only this, through this movement he became a strong leader in BJP and became a big face of Hindutva. Apart from this, the first full majority government of BJP was formed in UP under the leadership of Kalyan Singh. At the same time, Yogi Adityanath is also the biggest face of BJP's brand Hindutva. The way Yogi was doing all the work during the last rites, it shows his attitude towards Kalyan Singh.

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Jai Shri Ram's cheers are being heard during the funeral. During this, many big ministers of the state and central government were also present. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Minister Smriti Irani, Deputy CM of UP were present during this.

Shivraj Singh read poetry of Kalyan Singh

 Earlier, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who reached Aligarh for his last visit, recalled his poems and said that he used to think about the farmers and the poor. During this Shivraj Singh Chauhan read his poem. Referred to the written composition of Kalyan Singh. He said that through this he had announced revolution. 'Your broken chapped chapriya ray, your khatiya ray soaked in water from the holes, your life without a lamp, without a box, ray torn in the body of your housewife, set fire to this rot, fill the revolution From the coals'.

 Road leading to Ram temple will be named after Kalyan Singh

In UP, one road each in five districts will be named after former CM Kalyan Singh. Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya has made this announcement on Monday. 


Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya on Kalyan Singh: UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya has made a big announcement. The Deputy CM has announced to name one road each in five districts after former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh. According to the news, one road each in Lucknow, Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Bulandshahr and Aligarh will be named after Kalyan Singh. It is being told that the road leading to the Ram Janmabhoomi complex in Ayodhya will be named after Kalyan Singh. This decision has been taken in view of the contribution of Kalyan Singh to the Ram Mandir movement.

 It is noteworthy that Kalyan Singh, former Chief Minister and former Governor of Rajasthan, died at SGPGI in Lucknow at 9.15 pm on Saturday. He was 89 years old. He was ill for a long time.

Had he not left BJP, he would have been the biggest leader of the party after Atal-Advani

Kalyan Singh, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and former Governor of Rajasthan, passed away on Saturday. He was ill for a long time and was admitted to a hospital in Lucknow.

Many leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party and other parties, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, have expressed grief over his death.

Yogi Adityanath has announced three days of state mourning in Uttar Pradesh and a public holiday on 23 August. Kalyan Singh breathed his last at the age of 89.

Kalyan Singh started his politics as an intense Hinduist leader at a time when the Congress party dominated from Uttar Pradesh to the entire country.

From Jana Sangh to the Janata Party and then as the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party, he also became MLA and Chief Minister of UP, but his political ambitions not only tarnished the image of his Hinduist leader, but also became the reason for his untimely slope in politics.

Born on January 5, 1935 in a simple farmer family in the village of Madhauli of Atrauli tehsil of Aligarh district, Kalyan Singh joined the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh in his childhood.

After getting higher education, he did a teacher's job and continued politics.

He reached the assembly for the first time from Atrauli seat on Jana Sangh ticket in the year 1967 and continued to win from this seat till 1980.

Meanwhile, the Jana Sangh merged with the Janata Party and in 1977, when the Janata Party government was formed in Uttar Pradesh, he was made the health minister of the state.


 Image of ram-bhakt

Kalyan Singh had to face defeat in the 1980 assembly elections. BJP leader BL Verma, who was very close to Kalyan Singh and recently became a Union Minister, says, "When the Bharatiya Janata Party was formed in the year 1980, Kalyan Singh was made the party's State General Secretary. Along with this, the work of filling new enthusiasm among the workers was done.

"During this movement itself, his image became that of a Ram-bhakt and his popularity increased not only in UP but in the whole country. That is why in 1991, when BJP formed the government of full majority in UP for the first time, he was made the Chief Minister. "


 Important role in the formation of BJP government in Uttar Pradesh

 

The period of politics in the early the nineties was known as Mandal and Kamandal i.e. Reservation and Ram Mandir Movement.

On the one hand, there was support and opposition to the recommendations of Mandal Commission across the country, while on the other hand, the movement for Ram-Janmabhoomi was going on in Ayodhya.

On October 30, 1990, when Mulayam Singh Yadav was the Chief Minister of UP, a kar sevaks were fired upon in Ayodhya in which many kar sevaks died. BJP put forward Kalyan Singh to counter him.

In just a year, Kalyan Singh brought the BJP to such a position that the party formed a government of absolute majority in 1991.

After becoming the Chief Minister, Kalyan Singh along with his cabinet colleagues visited Ayodhya and took an oath to build the Ram temple.

Senior journalist Yogesh Mishra in Lucknow says that Kalyan Singh's first term is remembered not only for the demolition of the Babri Masjid, but also as a strict, honest and efficient administrator.

Yogesh Mishra recalls, "Kalyan Singh was the first to introduce the politics of Hindutva. He was an honest leader. He was from a backward class but he used to get votes of every caste. The Babri Masjid demolition incident was undoubtedly a big event of his tenure. But his tenure of about one and a half years is remembered as a strict administrator.

"The copying ordinance was a big decision, due to which resentment against the government also increased, but for the first time in the board examinations, there were copyless examinations. There was utmost transparency in the recruitment of Group 'C' and this tenure of Kalyan Singh was also remembered for his honesty.

 


No effect like first term

After the demolition of Babri Masjid on 6 December 1992, Kalyan Singh's government was dismissed. But after this, the politics of Kamandal in UP was heavy and BJP had to struggle for five years to come back to power.

In the year 1997, Kalyan Singh again became the Chief Minister of UP, but this time he could not leave the same impression as the first term.

This time he could remain Chief Minister for only two years and his party removed him and made him another Chief Minister.

The differences with the top leadership of the party increased so much that Kalyan Singh resigned from the Bharatiya Janata Party in the same year and later formed a new party named Rashtriya Kranti Party.


 Had he not left  BJP then...

Senior journalist Siddharth Geelhans says that Kalyan Singh not only broke ties with BJP, but also gave up on the issue of Ram temple.

According to him, "He was a staunch Hinduist. He would not have left BJP twice and had not adopted such a method of defection, he would have been the biggest leader of BJP in today's era. In that era also he was the third leader after Atal-Advani. He used to be one of the leaders of the numbers. Kalyan Singh may not have done any special benefit by leaving the party, but the BJP's fleet was destroyed.

"BJP had to wait for almost a decade and a half to come to power. Kalyan Singh himself remained only a leader of the Lodh community instead of a Hinduist leader. Even when he returned to the BJP, his image remained the same. He was sent for campaigning in the same areas where Lodh is dominant."

A senior BJP leader, on the condition of anonymity, said that Kalyan Singh's political downfall had started when he formed a close alliance with the Samajwadi Party, contested elections together and then formed the government together.

Vajpayee's insult

According to him, "Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister at that time. He was respected not only by the BJP but also by the people of the opposition parties, but Kalyan Singh insulted him in public. He used very derogatory language in his conversation with his people. also used."

"Even if he had not been removed at that time, the BJP's image had become very bad. Three words he said about Vajpayee were very much talked about at that time - forgetful, boozy, drunk."

Many BJP leaders and journalists of that time believe that the reason for Kalyan Singh's political slope was also a leader of his own party, Kusum Rai, who was a cabinet minister in the coalition government of Samajwadi Party and Rashtriya Kranti Party.

Time was given to Narendra Modi after a long wait but...

A BJP leader says that "At that time Narendra Modi was a Pracharak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. The Sangh sent him to talk to Kalyan Singh. After several days, Kalyan Singh gave him an appointment, that too among some people. When Narendra Modi asked to speak in private, he refused. When Narendra Modi raised the matter of Kusum Rai, he took it very rudely and used derogatory language against Atal Bihari Vajpayee in front of him.

However, when Kalyan Singh returned to the BJP in the year 2004, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was behind him too.

Senior party leader Pramod Mahajan tried for this, Kalyan Singh rejoined BJP. The party fought the 2007 assembly elections under his leadership but did not get much success.

Siddarth Geelhans says, "After leaving the BJP, Kalyan Singh himself was almost in a state of depression. Very few BJP people left the party with him and later very few people stayed with him."

"Once he was going out for election campaign. Wanted to go for campaigning by helicopter. But no such person appeared at the party who could arrange a helicopter for him. Finally, he also understood that the party which had done it. Gave him so much fame, he did not get anything except that.


 Rummage... going and come back

In the year 2009, Kalyan Singh once again got angry with the BJP and left the party. Once again, he grew closer to the Samajwadi Party.

With the help of SP, he also won the independent election of the Lok Sabha from Etah, but with this support of Kalyan Singh caused a lot of damage to the Samajwadi Party and then the SP distanced himself from him.

In the year 2010, On his 77th birthday i.e. January 5, Kalyan Singh announced the formation of a new the party named Jan Kranti Party and made his son Rajbir Singh the President of the party.

In the year 2012, the party also contested the assembly elections but did not get much success.

The very next year in 2013, Kalyan Singh once again joined the BJP and campaigned fiercely in favour of the party in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.

In 2014, BJP had won 71 out of 80 Lok Sabha seats.

Kalyan Singh was made the Governor of Rajasthan in the year 2014 itself.

After the completion of the term, he once again took the membership of BJP, but after that, the party did not give him any responsibility.

However, his son and grandson were given a respectable place by the BJP. Kalyan Singh's son Rajveer Singh is an MP, while Rajveer's son Sandeep Singh is a minister in the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh.

According to Siddharth Kalahans, "Kalyan Singh made a respectable return to the BJP, but he never got the respect he had before among his supporters as a staunch Hindu leader."