In an unusual event, teachers of an institute in Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh have urged students to a unique pledge not vote for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
In an unusual event, teachers of an institute in Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh have urged students to a unique pledge not vote for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Yes, you read it right. teachers of Vijaylaxmi Industrial Training Institute in Itarsi have asked students to take a pledge not to vote for the saffron party leaders in the upcoming elections, as reported by ANI.What is more, they have also urged the students to maintain the pledge into the future. And till when do they want this to continue? Until the party in power stops online examinations! A one-minute video has surfaced showing students pledging to not vote for the Bhartiya Janata Party. In the video, one can see an assembly of students, reciting whatever is requested by the speaker (teacher). While taking the pledge, one can hear students saying that until the government won’t stop online examination, the students won’t vote for the Bhartiya Janata Party, nor will they support any worker from the party.
Further, they can be heard saying, “I also pledge, that within 24 hours, I will try to convince three more people to do the same. Also, I will make people aware of the corruption and injustice exercised by BJP in the village and the locality.” The video concludes with everyone saying ‘Jai Hind.’ Elections to Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly will be held by the end of this year. Currently, BJP is the ruling party of Madhya Pradesh with Shivraj Singh Chouhan as its Chief Minister. BJP in Madhya Pradesh is looking forward to sweeping the state Assembly polls due by the end of this year. Last year, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar had said that party will win over 200 seats in the state Assembly polls.
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#WATCH Teachers of Vijaylaxmi Industrial Training Institute in Itarsi ask students to take pledge not to vote for BJP in the upcoming elections & support it in any manner until it stops online examinations #MadhyaPradesh (26.01.18) pic.twitter.com/PY3S721Mbq
— ANI (@ANI) January 28, 2018
He had further said that the party will also work to win all the 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state during 2019 general elections. Chouhan is the Chief Minister of the state since 29 November 2005. BJP has long been ruling the state and it remains to be seen what will happen in the next elections.