When Arun Govil said Jai Shri Ram in the Parliament, Dharmendra Yadav raised the slogan Jai Awadhesh, know the reason

Ananya Shroff
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When Arun Govil said Jai Shri Ram in the Parliament, Dharmendra Yadav raised the slogan Jai Awadhesh, know the reason


New Delhi: On the second day of the Parliament session, the oath taking ceremony of MPs is going on in the Lok Sabha today. Meanwhile, when Arun Govil, the MP who won from Meerut Lok Sabha seat of UP, was taking oath, something happened which caught the attention of everyone sitting in the Parliament. Actually, after taking oath in Sanskrit, BJP MP Arun Govil said Jai Shri Ram. Immediately after this, slogans of Jai Awadhesh started echoing in the Lok Sabha. Let's know who did this and why?

Why were slogans of Jai Awadhesh raised?

Actually, Samajwadi Party MP Awadhesh Prasad has defeated BJP candidate Lallu Singh from Faizabad seat. BJP's defeat in Faizabad seat of Uttar Pradesh is being considered a big defeat. In such a situation, after defeating the BJP candidate in Faizabad, Awadhesh Prasad's importance in the party has increased a lot. In Parliament too, Awadhesh is sitting in the front row of the opposition with SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. In this Lok Sabha election, Samajwadi Party's Awadhesh Prasad got 5,54,289 votes from Faizabad seat of Uttar Pradesh. While BJP candidate Lallu Singh got 4,99,722 votes. Due to which the Faizabad seat went to the account of Samajwadi Party.

Who is Arun Govil?

Arun Govil, who became an MP from Meerut seat of Uttar Pradesh, played the role of Lord Rama in Ramanand Sagar's mythological drama 'Ramayana'. This program became very popular 30 years ago. When it was re-telecast on Doordarshan during the lockdown during Corona, it made a record. After the construction of Ram temple, BJP tried to mobilize Hindu votes in western UP with the candidature of Arun Govil and Arun Govil also won this seat. Let us tell you that Arun Govil joined BJP in 2021.


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