Yogi Adityanath planning to invite Akhilesh and Mayawati to Kumbh to ensure they get separated

17, Jan 2019 By Sandeep Kadian

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh politics saw a huge development last week when Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav (Sorry Mulayam Ji but truth is truth) and BSP supremo Mayawati announced that they will be fighting 2019 Lok Sabha elections together. The alliance has created a big headache for ruling BJP as they look for ways to counter this consolidation of BSP-SP votebanks and now Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has come up with an idea to break the alliance.


As per sources inside Chief Minister Office, Yogi Adityanath has invited both the leaders to visit Kumbh together. BJP is hoping that Akhilesh and Mayawati will get separated during their visit to the Kumbh and will only be re-united after 25 years, as shown in several Bollywood documentaries covering similar cases.

Uttar Pradesh Police has installed mobile jammers in and around Prayagraj which will be activated only upon the arrival of the 2 opposition leaders to ensure they can’t call each other to find out each other’s location. Local guides have been strategically located all around the area who will answer every question of these leaders with- Bas seedha ja ke left le lena. The lost and found department for Kumbh is manned by the most seasoned government officials to make sure the two leaders don’t receive any help there either. Now, BJP is just waiting for them to accept invitations.

Speaking to Faking News, our source inside CMO said, “First we thought about breaking BSP and SP and getting their leaders in BJP but currently we are busy trying to cause defections in Karnataka so we don’t have enough manpower to execute that here. Then our respected CM came up with this idea and everyone unanimously supported it. Now just hope the 2 leaders accept this invitation, we have even promised free water taps for every visitor to make sure Akhilesh Ji accepts.”

Meanwhile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has asked MS Aiyar to go and visit the Kumbh in the hope that he stays lost till the general elections.