Yogi, Modi and Rogi | Uttar Pradesh

One week ago I was in my home village, we were discussing that the Yogi will never be BJP’s CM candidate. We never expected this choice. Now this topic is very hot for few socialists and very cold for few seculars. Yes Yogi Aditya Nath is now UP CM. I think he is the only guy with such staunch stand about Hindutva and Muslims. But on serious note I am very scared about UP and the fate of Muslim people in the state. As we’re listening Muslims especially women voted for BJP in the hope of a leader who is democratic and talks about development for all. But what they got is an individual who is not liberal, thinks about other communities and doesn’t really care about progress.
Bhakts should Scan his all speeches then they will see a guy who is similar to Owaisi standing on the other side of the pole.

Collected some statements given by Yogi Adityanath Sir:

  1. On Hindu rashtra: I will not stop till I turn UP and India into a Hindu rashtra. (At Etah UP in 2005)
  2. On (Hindus) ‘exodus’: When I look at western UP, I have regrets…On January 19 1990, Hindus had to migrate collectively from Kashmir. A massacre took place. If we have seen a sight similar to this anywhere, it was either in Bengal or western UP. Kairana and Kandhla are examples. (At Sahibabad on January 30, 2017)
  3. On minorities: We want you (minorities) not to kill anybody and live peacefully and concentrate on progress…If the other side does not stay in peace, we will teach them how to stay in peace…in the language that they understand. (During a TV programme on August 31, 2014)
  4. On Shah Rukh Khan: Shah Rukh Khan should remember that if a huge mass in (the) society boycotts his films, he will also have to wander on streets like a normal Muslim…I think there is no difference between the language of Shah Rukh Khan and (Pakistan terror mastermind) Hafiz Saeed. (On November 4, 2015)
  5. On conversions: If one Hindu girl is converted, we will convert 100 Muslims girls…The way Hindu girls are insulted, I don’t think a civilised society would accept it…If the government is not doing anything, then the Hindus will have to take matters into their own hands. (In an undated video, reportedly from a speech in Azamgarh)
  6. On love jihad: We will not tolerate harassment of Hindus in the state at any cost…If anybody tries to touch Hindus in eastern UP, he will have to face the consequences. (Undated)
  7. On secularism: You (non-BJP parties) claim you are secular but the agenda you implement is communal…there are 12 lakh Hindu saints in the country but you talk about giving salaries to imams. Is this secularism? (In parliament on August 13, 2014).
  8. On riots : There have been 450 riots in west UP in two-and-a-half years of Samajwadi Party because the population of a particular community is rising manifold. In places where there are 10-20% minority population, stray communal incidents take place. Where there are 20-35% of them, serious communal riots take place and where they are more than 35%, there is no place for non-Muslims. (at a rally in Noida on September 7, 2014)
  9. On Mother Teresa: Mother Teresa was part of a conspiracy to evangelise India. Hindus were converted in the name of doing service (at Basti, UP in July, 2016)
  10. On Yoga: Lord Shankar was the biggest yogi who started yoga. Mahadev lives in every particle of this country. So those who want to avoid yoga and Lord Shankar can leave Hindustan (at Varanasi, June 9, 2015)

UP will definitely change but I am not sure if it will be for bad or good.

I also think, Aditya’s selection is just Modi’s gear for LokSabha, 2019. Many friend of mine have told me that even Modi was a Hindu leader but he proved to be a statesman after getting the responsibility of being the CM of the state and PM of India. So even Mr. Yogi can do that. In my opinion, this comparison is just not right. We need to go back in time and recall the image, Mr. Modi carried. His statements were never against Muslims or Christians in particular. One or two statements, that too, moderate ones, in the beginning of his political career just can’t be considered equivalent to the type of polarising and divisive statements that Mr. Yogi usually gives(I have already mentioned his statements in the beginning of the article)

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Jindagi Barbaad Ho Giya Uttar Pradesh Ka. Yogi Aditya Nath is to Muslim as Owaisi is to Hindus. Bad days have started hope it not to be worse. ‘Yogi, Modi and Rogi Uttar Pradesh’ this title is suggested by one of my college friend (Ankit Chauhan). Interesting. 

Let’s hope and pray for something Good !!


We can’t just humiliate the brave father and his fearless daughter

I Support Gurmehar Kaur, we can not just humiliate the brave father and his fearless daughter.

I, as an Indian, and human does not feel there is anything wrong in what Gurmehar said. She is just 20 years of age and she was barely 2 years when her father sacrificed his life for the country. It does not matter whether he died at Kargil or at any other place. All that matters is, he died fighting for the country. It also does not matter whether she supports the ideology of AAP or any other political party as she is adult and has right to vote and everyone votes according to their political preferences. It also does not matter whether she is studying in the perennially politically charged university of Delhi. All that matters is whether her statement is in the support of war or peace.

She is being threatened, bullied, trolled, and ridiculed for her statement. The missiles of criticism are being showered on her by politicians, cricketer, Bollywood star and the ruling party members. Are these haters more matured than her with regard to their stand on the Pakistan? If yes, than please clarify the following.

When Jahawarlal Nehru, assumed the Prime Minstership of Independent India, he just did not know, what exact foreign policy he should adopt towards Pakistan, which rose up from undivided India. You call someone enemy who is not part of your race and religion. With half of the relatives in Pakistan and other half in India, both the countries have been historically confused with one another in their international relations . The confusion runs high in Pakistan. The confusion also ran high in successive Indian governments. The Indian foreign policy as enshrined in the Constitution is that of the peaceful coexistence but with regard to dealing with Pakistan, there has been no clarity. The politicians, industrialists, media fraternity, singers, actors, producers, script writers and citizens, from both the countries, love and hate each other. Even in the war of 1965 , there was no closure of diplomatic channels and people from both the countries were visiting each other. Even the Indian courts, were puzzled to see the it.

Gurmeher father died in fighting the terrorists sponsored by Pakistan. She is bound to get confused as the same terrorists were exchanged in lieu of hostages at Kandhar by then Government. Despite the bus journey and opening of the boarder, the Kargil incursion happened.

Whether it is Gurmeher, Virendra Sehbag or the ABSU or even those radical groups in university, all are victims of the confusion. They just do not know what exactly Pakistan is to India and vice versa. But Gurmeher’s father was not confused, he got killed. The army men just kill or get killed. They have no confusion. They are clear in their objectives and mind.

My sympathy is completely with Gurmeher and all those who threatened her and spoke derogatory about her , must apologise. If they cannot, than they should clear the above confusion whether Pakistan is friend or enemy?. If Pakistan is friend, than follow what Gurmeher says and if not, than follow what Gurmeher’s martyred fathers did. You can not just humiliate the brave father and his fearless daughter.

Indian Public is Just like Puppet For These F**king Politicians

Dear Politicians,

Really Dude! Do you have any respect for God, Ram, Allah or any religion? In every election, you sing the same song. Ram Mandir Wahi Banga and bla bla bla.

What do you think? Public is just puppet OR you are just shameless.

And as per our Constitution, no government is allowed to build any place of worship in India. The ruling govt may permit organisations like VHP, Bajrang Dal, or such to build it by providing land for it (like the previous BJP govt did for the Akshardham Temple in Delhi, an earlier Congress govt did for the Baha’i Temple, the Vivekananda Rock, and so on).

And who the hell you, who is telling us our responsibilities, first you should try to full fill your long list of promises which you did before LS election. You are not more than the higher courts, so don’t tell us your shitty decisions “BJP जीती तो राममंदिर बनेगा”.

This issue is in court, at least wait for the final court judgments, after all the appeals have been gone through and let the court decide what should be there:
“If the verdict is in favour of Muslims, Hindus should accept it
If the verdict is in favour of Hindus, Muslims should accept it”.

Boss, I believe now people are smart enough to know this is not for the love of Lord Rama OR Allah, this is for the love of power the Raaj, there is no disagreement there.

And why you never talk about something else, You are the politicians who are responsible for every development in India and in its states. Let’s think of something else than Mandir OR Masjid. Let’s

Let’s announce something else, like- If we create the government, we’ll make a world class school/ hospital here. By which people can get the education and can get lives. And implement this.

Oooops, What the problem will be solved with this, and you never want this, because you have many next elections and what will be the issue for you in those upcoming elections.

WTF! After 6 December ‘1992: 

6- Legislative Assembly terms 

3- Times BJP Gov in UP

3- Times BJP Gov in Central 

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And In every election, these f**king politicians sing the same song.

So just keep playing with your puppets , Vote bank.

Oooops!! BJP will not win more than 60-70 seats in UP election

Like Always, UP Elections always have been the most dramatic in Indian Democracy System. So nothing can be said unless the elections are over. But after three-phase of voting and discussing with many friends from UP, I can see the trend, which says BJP will never win UP – 2017 election. People are still affected with the Modi effects.

Thanks !! BJP has already given us many reasons to not to vote for them:

  • Demonetization : BJP implemented this with out proper planning and thus the country has seen the worst execution of demonetization by them. The mere goals of the whole process have been compromised, letting the common public suffer only.
  • Surgical Strike : BJP tried to pull vote bank by politicizing the whole military operation and thus the sentiments are mixed on this but majority stood against it as none of the actions have been taken on the Pathankot attack.
  • Communal-ism : BJP always has found supporting Hindus over others and thus the other sectors find it hard to have their faiths on BJP.
  • Jaat Agitation : Jaat agitation in Haryana has revealed that BJP government is as ineffective as congress in handling such tensed matters. Also BJP denied rapes occurring during the protest which was later confirmed by the SC. People share aggression for this.
  • Jumla : BJP is now being considered as the Bhartiya Jumla Party for not delivering their promises, which is definitely going to cost BJP in UP elections.
  • Casteism politics: Yadav’s vote for SP. Dalits vote for BSP. Muslim votes get divided between SP and Congress.  And the latest slur against Mayawati has obviously cost the BJP its winning chances.
  • CM Face: BJP has always focused their strategy on a CM face rather than the party organisation. As of now there are no stalwart leaders who can lead. Many faces are racing for the CM post like Varun Gandhi, Smriti Irani, Yogi, etc.

Apart from these there have been various other incidents which has questioned BJP -NDA Government.

So I don’t think BJP will not get more than 60-70 seats in this election.

Feb 17, 2017 - Ankur Mishra, Books    No Comments

Reading is more important than writing

I can’t spend any day in my life without reading. Be it newspaper, magazine, blog or book. As a writer, I can confidently say reading is more important than writing. For every book I write, tens of thousands of people need to read it or I have to keep my day job. So to me, reading is at least 10,000 times more important than writîng. By reading, you can tap into the thoughts and mind of a person who lived centuries ago – you’ll literally be picking up their thoughts. ‘I’ve sat with Galileo at his trial for heresy.  I’ve been with John Hanning Speke in his quest for the source of the Nile.  And I’ve been in the space capsule with Michael Collins as he sat alone in orbit, as Aldrin and Armstrong went down to the moon. …’

All the historical things, we can feel only through reading. For a writer and normal human being Reading is also important because, Great readers can comprehend the individual sentences and the authoritative structure of a bit of composing. They can understand thoughts, take after contentions, and recognize suggestions. They know a large portion of the words in the content as of now, yet they can likewise focus the importance of huge numbers of the new words from the setting – falling flat this, they can utilize their lexicon adequately to do as such. In synopsis, great perusers can remove from the written work what is vital for the specific assignment they are utilized in. Also, they can do it rapidly!

I have read, many books and find out some benefits:

  • Reading relaxes the body and calms the mind.
  • Reading is a great form of entertainment
  • Kids who read often and widely get better at it.
  • Reading exercises our brains.
  • Reading improves concentration.
  • Reading teaches children about the world around them.
  • Reading improves a child’s vocabulary and leads to more highly-developed language skills.
  • Reading develops a child’s imagination.


Keep Reading, Keep Sharing !!

Social Media is the death of traditional PR

Social Media – Game changing, Revolutionary, Transformative.
If you’re still not heavily invested in social media, you’re not relevant as an agency or person.
Compared to traditional PR, social media changes distribution channels, content and stakeholder development. Some have called social media the death of traditional PR. Social media provides direct links to qualified audiences. It makes mainstream media relations an adjunct to strategic plans rather than a primary focus. Shall I go on?
It’s cheaper.
It’s current.
It makes PR more measurable than ever before. It reaches demographics mainstream media doesn’t.
It’s fun.
It, in my opinion, offers up more creativity. Do it right and your message goes viral, global and can reach corners of the world you never dreamt would be into your program.
Take Quora, for example. There are CEOs on here giving direct answers to key questions about their businesses. It’s great access. It’s approachable. It’s unfiltered. It’s primo PR. There are journalists on here pulling story ideas and sources. And this is only one platform.
Let’s discuss more, ‘impact of social media on PR’.
Join me:  IDCOL Auditorium,Bhubaneshwarr | 11th Feb’2017 – 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM
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Jan 30, 2017 - Ankur Mishra, Politics    No Comments

Who will win the battle of UP Election… Donald Trump?

Last weekend, I visited UP, my home state.

Today a million dollar question is, who will win 2017 UP election. SP+Congress, BJP or BSP. Being a resident of Uttar Pradesh and having a keen interest in politics I think there is no one who can predict, who is going to win this battle. Some of my political observations from my last visit regarding this elections are here:

  • It is UP where people vote on the basis of caste and religion.
  • There’s anger against BJP in the rural state due to demonetization.
  • Akhilesh is popular. People who don’t like SP sympathize with him and like him.
  • People are happy with the India’s longest expressway and that Lucknow has a metro.
  • People are unhappy with the crime but not that much.
  • Mayawati is campaigning before the radar hence it’s difficult to assess her.
  • BJP is faceless in the state which will affect it.

Utter Pradesh has 1/7 part of Indian population .which means 190 million of the population.

Now let’s talk about past UP political achievement. In 2003 BJP won the up legislative elections with the majority vote, After 5 the year 2007 SP won the election than 2014 BJP won the parliament election.  All party did win with a majority vote.

Meanwhile, Alignments between Congress and Samajwadi Party along with RJD are on the pipeline.This strategy of Alignment among major political parties are on a card to keep BJP out from an election in UP. This Alignment can disturb whole mathematics in UP election.

For the last 2 decades, Uttar Pradesh has witnessed a 4 cornered battle comprising of 2 National parties and the 2 caste-based regional parties. The unique feature of Uttar Pradesh politics has been the inconsistency of the voters. In 2017

Before SP and INC alliance:

  • There were more chances for coalition government as big players like SP, BSP, BJP has more chances to gain around 100 or more seats each. INC would be a big loser if it goes alone.
  • I have seen some opinion poll surveys which are overestimated the BJP based on 2014 general elections tsunami. I think that is not the case now.
  • BSP has been given edge over other parties which may be true to some extent
  • BJP has projected the development as their agenda & disputes inside SP is a added advantage. But BJP doesn’t have a credible & charismatic face for Chief Minister in UP. It almost depends on Narendra Modi rallies. Demonetization misfire may create some hurdles for BJP in UP

After SP and INC alliance:

  • The emergence of Akhilesh Yadav as leader of SP and projecting development as a sole agenda made him the strong contender for Chief Minister again. Earlier his govt has been seen as multiple power centers from the same family.
  • INC decent vote bank & some minorities support may hugely benefit SP-INC alliance and which may lead them towards an easy victory.

Conclusion: SP-INC alliance may form the govt

So If SP feud end soon, Akhilesh is the next CM. Looks like BJP knows that and is using Amar Singh to ensure the feud stretches as much as possible.

The other possibility is a hung assembly which like less probable now, given the Indian voter has more become very decisive.

Now if we take a closer look no one is going to get the majority in next Uttar Pradesh state election.

Aam Aadmi Party will sweep in Punjab

Revolution always reaches a point where the protagonists are termed as anarchists, but for the overhaul of the existing corrupt system anarchy is the pre requisite.

After the large win in Delhi elections and a lot of successful projects, AAP has become much popular in Punjab than other local parties. On the daily level, I discuss the things about Punjab Politics with my Punjabi Friends and on social media, and I always got some positive feedback fro AAP from them. Of course, the party has huge popularity and credit goes to past governments and their zero level work.

Why AAP will be the first choice in Punjab:
Punjab government completing it’s 5 years, and still, Punjab has bucket full problems. Today Corruption, unemployment, and Drugs are the main problems of Punjab. Also, the government is facing a huge anti-incumbency due to its corrupt practices, the dictatorial attitude of the deputy CM towards other leaders and a very huge rate of unemployment. These all issues have overshadowed their achievements. On the other hand, people hardly believe in Captain Amarinder Singh. Yes, he usually gets the support of urban and business class but remembers that most of the people in Punjab live in villages. Though Captain has a pro-farmer policy but side by side his support for privatization of education and health sector failed to create his good image among various government sector employees and bureaucrats.

So after facing these problems, people want some change, some alternative. A party which can change the Punjab. Currently, this is being seen in form of Aam Admi Party.

“दिल्ली हुयी हमारी है – अब पंजाब की बारी है”

  • Anti-incumbency: here is a heavy anti- incumbency on BJP-SAD government which gives a fair chance for AAP.
  • Change: People are used to SAD-BJP and Congress governments and want change.
  • Anti – Drug Campaign: This will surely help them as this is a major issue in Punjab and AAP are frontrunners in leading this campaign.

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  • Delhi Factor: Delhi elections have boosted the confidence of AAP and all workers are enthusiastic.
  • Media: Media will surely give the required attention to AAP as it is the newcomer.
  • Anti- corruption: Akali- BJP has done a lot of corruption already and people are fed up with them and as Congress can’t raise an anti-corruption issue, AAP will surely score good points in that terms.

I have some expectations from AAP. I know they can win, they have that much potential but they have to find an honest CM face. As people in Punjab are fed up of Akalis. Punjab has become a hotbed of drugs and druggists. Unemployment, closing factories, Huge mismanagement of funds by the government.All these factors make an opportunity for AAP to win elections.

PS: I’m not from Punjab, just analyzed as I know a lot of people in Punjab and I took their opinion.

Jan 1, 2017 - Ankur Mishra    No Comments

Happy New Year : Keep doing your best, with the best of intentions

Happy New Year -2017. Hope your 2016 was interesting and inspiring. For me it was an year of failures and successes. The most important thing I learned is to keep doing your best, with the best of intentions.

Beside this great learning I learnt few important things:

  • I learnt to tackle hurt and pains.
  • Learnt that, Writing is one of the most powerful tool.
  • Learnt that, sometimes I have to distance myself to see things clearly.
  • I became more confident within myself and matured as a person.
  • Learnt to interact with emotional heartbreaks.
  • Learnt that, make the right decisions in the right time is important.
  • It doesn’t matter that whatever situations I am dealing with. I should not miss such opportunities in life, some are come only once.
  • Learnt to spend time with the right people.
  • Mother is the only soul who really cares.
  • Earning plays a large and significant role in Self-identity and shaping our lives.
  • Sometimes even being far away from family/home is necessary to learn things in life apart from the comfort zone.
  • Silence speaks louder than words. As well as a single word can make a big difference.
  • Learnt that, there are plenty of ways to release stress and pain. But, expecting someone to lend their shoulders to cry on is not one of them.
  • It’s never too late to learn a new skill.
  • Outing/vacation means a lot and needed in life.

2016 Brief: 3 Books, 12+ Talks, 150+ Blogs, 30+ travels, 2000+ Cups of Tea and ….  😉

My Books in 2016:





2016 was Interesting and inspiring for me because, I delivered my Gyan in more than 12 talks, including TedxPandari and ITS Students session.

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In 2016 I have written more than 150 Blogs, which includes- Technical Blogs, Political Blogs, Social Blogs- You can read these blogs: blog.ankurmishra.in, dailycodebook.com, blog.foreantech.com, yugalvani.com etc.

Also, I have tried to communicate with some of our leaders through Open letters, Some of then sharing here:



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In 2016 I have reviewed more than 50 Movies, You can read my reviews: yugalvani.com

Foreantech: In 2016, Foreantech performed 20x better than last year,  Team is doing fantastic. Every member motivates me, inspire me to do things in the better way and fast. (Visit: www.foreantech.com)

To join our team, Email at: ankur@foreantech.com

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I learnt many new things in 2016:

Example: Cycling and Guitar.

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One thing I will miss you in 2017 is my Robby, My Best buddy.




And will add many other things here today. :)

Well, I am drafting this list for my 2017. Obviously this crazy person is doing nothing on the new year’s Morning. 😉

  • Make sure that I stick to these resolutions. This completely makes sense to me.
  • Health and Body. First and foremost priority. Enough of laziness. I want to overcome my poor body maintaience. Daily cycling and Room Gym will add values here.
  • Foreantech: Crazy for Foreantech, Target is to do 25X than 2016. Time to execute.
  • Kavishala: Dedicated to poets and poetic society of young India. We’ll launch our iOS and android app this year.
  • KitabShala: Developing a platform for book lovers, dedicated to readers, readers and readers. We’ll launch this platform by Feb’2017.
  • Lovers. Labours and Leaders: Writing this book in 2017, Will try to finish my March’2107. This is an interesting story for everyone.
  • After finishing above book, Next book is planned on Indian Politics and Politicians
  • Will learn some new technologies and programming language.
  • Will resume Helping Others from Jan’2017, will try to teach kids every weekend. (Self Prrmis)

And the list goes on……

Break some, Add some.

So finally I’ve bribed my new year with tons of expectations, excitement and enthusiasm.

Have a very good day and year ahead. 


Dec 22, 2016 - Ankur Mishra, Politics    No Comments

Today we are in queue because we refused to go out for half an hour to vote

Today we are in the long queue of Banks and ATMs because we refused to go out for half an hour (yes, half an hour is all it takes), to vote, in hope of better governance. At least not Bhakt Sarkar.

Desh So Raha Hai !!

Today We are in the long queue, very long queue without any cash. Rural areas are struggling, the Poor public is crying, Formers are dying and we are in the laughing and finding false excuses to making ourselves happy.

I know many excuses will come after this.

Sharing my personal experience:

I’ll give you my personal experience. I’m 24 years old having voted in 3 elections – the General (MP) elections, the State Assembly (MLA) elections, and the BMC (local authority) elections.

Here are some of my experiences:

  • Each time, I have done considerable research to find the right candidate.
  • Each time, I have voted for candidates from independent parties who have done considerable work independently and have shared their entire road map for the future, if elected.
  • Each time the candidate I’ve voted for has lost, and lost by a considerable margin.
  • And each time, a candidate from a major party with a criminal background and minimal education mustered up more votes than the candidate I voted for (not necessarily won)

Now most would tell me that this is the exact reason why he/she would not vote since good candidates don’t stand a chance of winning be it herd mentality voting, blind voting, party politics etc.

I’m not claiming that one should always vote independent candidates. My ask is, just spend some time in researching ALL candidates in your constituency.  With just a little research, I’m sure your one vote will not count as just one vote in the end.

It’s not the presence of biased, shallow research votes that is causing the less deserving candidates to win. Rather it’s the absence of educated, informed votes that’s causing a deserving, qualified candidate to lose.

Note: Vote, make your voice heard, exercise your right, fulfill your responsibility.