After being denied permission for landing, Yogi Adityanath finds alternate route to arrive in West Bengal

After being denied permission to land his chopped for two-day consecutive days on Sundays and Monday, Yogi Adityanath has now decided to land in Jharkhand’s Bokaro and travel the remainder of the route by car to address a rally at West Bengal’s Purulia on Tuesday.

Previously, the Uttar Pradesh CM had plans of addressing rallies at various places of West Bengal on Sunday and Monday. But according to BJP, on both the days he was denied the permission to land his chopper by West Bengal government. On Sunday, Yogi Adityanath was forced to address a rally at West Bengal’s South Dinajpur through telephone.

“They didn’t allow me to attend the rally, but cannot stop my voice,” Adityanath said while addressing the rally at South Dinajpur via audio call. He added that the way Bengal’s administration is functioning was “not acceptable.”

The BJP leader will land in Jharkhand’s Bokaro, following which he will reach Purulia by road, reported ANI. This comes amid the full-blown tussle between the BJP-led Centre and Mamata Banerjee’s state government over the CBI vs Kolkata Police crisis.