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Trump becomes 'face' of BJP's UP poll campaign!

Trump becomes face of BJPs UP poll campaign!
To meet the political propagandas, all the party members are experts in inventing offbeat forms to pocket votes. Famously known for the same, the Uttar Pradesh candidates did not disappoint us. In one such case, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Dhaulana assembly seat has created an outfit in the name of recently elected US President Donald Trump christened as 'Trump Sena'.

The outfit which has over 500 members has been put to play to protect the migration of Hindus from the state.

The aim of the rare propaganda is to polarise Hindu vote bank and the idea has been inspired by the US President's decision to bar immigration from Muslim countries to curb terrorism. The candidate behind the scheme, Ramesh Chand Tomar, told our newspaper that the sole motive is to put an end to the migration of Hindus from western Uttar Pradesh.

According to a volunteer, the 'Trump Sena' has decided to support the BJP. The outfit was made public in the rally held by BJP president Amit Shah' rally on Friday at Pilkuwa, a town which comes under Dhaulana assembly in Hapur district. Tomar, a four-time Member of Parliament, is BJP's candidate from Dhaulana.

Dhaulana has been in the news after BJP MP and firebrand Hindutva leader Yogi Adityanath announced in his rally that Hindus are being forced to migrate from western Uttar Pradesh which shall convert western UP into another Kashmir. On the same day, the Election Commission had registered an FIR against Tomar for allegedly inciting communal tensions after he had said, "I will not let Dhaulana assembly seat turn into Maulana assembly seat".

"The Trump Sena has been formed to end atrocities being committed on Hindus in western UP as they are being forced to migrate. We are inspired by what Trump is doing," a volunteer.

"The volunteers of this group will boost the importance of the residents. Anyone being threatened shall immediately contact us. We are here to support and give them full protection," the volunteer added.
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