Gorakhpur Chaupal: People of Gorakhpur say, 'BJP's loss was needed as to open its eye for 2019 elections'

15 Mar 2018 10:15 AM

Gorakhpur Chaupal: People of Gorakhpur say, 'BJP's loss was needed as to open its eye for 2019 elections'

Updated 15 Mar 2018 10:15 AM

Less than a year after its spectacular victory in UP, the BJP has lost the key seats of Phulpur and Gorakhpur to the Samajwadi Party. ABP News tried to find out what lead to BJP's loss. 
We organised a Chaupal in Gorakhpur to ask people what they think could be the reason. People of Gorakhpur say BJP's loss was needed as to open its eye for 2019 elections. While some people also said that this loss is loss of people as Yogi Adityanath had done a lot for Gorakhpur's development.

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