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“Women in burqa also voted you, need to respect all religions” – Adityanath’s father advises him

Dehradun: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath got a wonderful advice from his father, Anand Singh Bisht (84). He told him to take everyone along with him.

According to the news published in TOI, talking to newsmen yesterday, Mr. Bisht, a retired Forest Range Officer told, “Women in burqa have also voted for him. He needs to respect all religions, win their hearts”.

He also said that Muslim women hoped that the party would resolve all the issues pertaining to them.

He further said that people believed that BJP and Adityanath can take them on the path of progress which he has to keep in mind.

Bisht, lives with his wife in Panchur village of Pauri district. He quoted his son who instructed the officials not to use language that hurts people. He also expressed the need for his son to shed the label of “Hindutva campaigner”.

Talking about Yogi Adityanath’s decision to take up sanyas in 1994, Mr. Bisht said it took some time for the family to understand.