Yogendra Yadav asked people to go for NOTA and is now wanting “Death for Congress”, if it fails to defeat BJP

Yogendra Yadav

On Sunday, Lok Sabha polling concluded in 542 parliamentary constituencies across states and union territories‬ after a seven-phase run since April 11.

Most exit poll results suggest big win for NDA and a possible second term for Narendra Modi. Reacting to the tentative results which predict a clean sweep for the Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Swaraj India Chief Yogendra Yadav was prompt to take a position on the potential victory for the BJP.

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In his response to Rajdeep Sardesai of the India Today Channel, Yadav said:

“The Congress must die. If it could not stop the BJP in this election to save the idea of India, this party has no positive role in Indian history. Today it represents the single biggest obstacle to creation of an alternative.”

Several twitter users, not just from Congress, but who believe in the idea of what Real India is, slammed Yadav for his outrageous comments.


Later, Yadav who is yet to find ground for his own political outfit, was forced clarify his tweet which spelled out “death of Congress” – a party which played primary role in India’s freedom struggle.

“My expression “no positive role in Indian history” may have caused some confusion. I cannot possibly deny the great role of Congress before and immediately after independence. What I meant was ‘no positive role left to perform in history anymore’. Stand by that.”

It must be noted that Yadav himself appealed to the people of India to opt for “NOTA”, which he termed as “No Till an Alternative” in the upcoming Lok Sabha election.

Click Here to Read More about Yogendra Yadav’s flip flops confusing the voters. 

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About Yogendra Yadav:

  • He is a psephologist and and academic who is trying to find his ground in active politics
  • In 2011, Yadav supported the Anna Hazare led nationwide anti-corruption protests and later joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) headed by Arvind Kejriwal
  • Yadav served as a member of their National Executive of the party, however, he was ousted from the AAP in 2015
  • He then went on to form his own outfit Swaraj Abhiyan and Jai Kisan Andolan

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