Unnao. BJP MLA Slapped UP : Before the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, all the parties have been poisoning each other with their mouth, but now they have started running their hands and feet. The latest case has come to light from Unnao Sadar. A video of Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Pankaj Gupta is becoming increasingly viral on social media. While addressing a public meeting, the farmer leader publicly slapped the MLA on the stage itself. This video of slapping has also been shared from the official Twitter account of Samajwadi Party. Along with the video, it has been written that not the BJP MLA, but the Yogi Adityanath government’s policies, misrule and dictatorship have been rooted in the face.
In a public meeting organized by BJP MLA from Unnao Sadar, Pankaj Gupta, the farmer leader publicly slapped him on the stage.
This slap by the farmer is not a slap on the face of the BJP MLA, but the policies, misrule and dictatorship of the BJP-ruled Adityanath government of UP! pic.twitter.com/PSa3DK214p
— SamajwadiPartyMedia (@MediaCellSP) January 7, 2022
what is in viral video
BJP MLA Slapped UP : This video going viral is of 21 seconds. In the beginning of the video, BJP Unnao Sadar MLA Pankaj Gupta is seen sitting on the stage. Then suddenly an elderly man wearing a green and white cap is coming on the stage and a stick is also visible in his hand. Pankaj Gupta gets a little ahead seeing the old man coming, when suddenly the elder slaps him on his face.
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Not yet identified
BJP MLA Slapped UP : After suddenly coming on stage and slapping, people take down the alleged farmer leader from the stage. MLA Pankaj Gupta is also seen surprised by this act. Although, who is this and where did it come from, its information could not be found yet. Its clothes are like that of the farmer leaders of the farmers’ movement, that is why the accused is being called a farmer leader.
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