Yogi Adityanath's Yuva Vahini gets over 5,000 membership requests since he took over as UP CM

Yogi Adityanath's Hindu Yuva Vahini has received over 5,000 membership applications since he took as the new Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been in the news since the time he replaced former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav. Be it his Anti-Romeo squad or his crackdown on illegally-run slaughterhouses, Yogi Adityanath has been evoking responses from several quarters of the society. Now, his 15-year-old Hindu Yuva Vahini is seeing a steep rise with the youth expressing their desire to join the organisation.

According to an Indian Express report, Yogi’s Vahini has seen over 5,000 membership applications on an average every day. It is also reported that Vahini who earlier did not list down any specific rules to join the committee have now come up with an elaborate list of dos and don’t’s for people to join.

Earlier, the Hindu Yuva Vahini which is a social organisation used to receive 500 to0 1000 applications per month. Now, the candidates will undergo a scanning process under which their background will be checked to identify if they belonged to any particular political in the past.

“A lot of people want to join the organisation with a strategy to defame it and hence activities as well as background of the new applicants must be checked. After induction, a newcomer would be given post in the organisation only after working as an ordinary worker for at least six months,” the circular read as.

Additionally, the application forms that earlier cost Rs 11 will now be free and candidates will only be able to apply online. The report further stated that the Vahini has received an information that few people from the opposition party have been making efforts to join the organisation and ruin the image of the party and hence, the authorities are being extra careful before admitting any member.

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