Yogi doppelganger wants to join BJP poll show in UP
The Morning Standard|October 26, 2021
IT’S the season of look alikes of popular chief ministers in Madhya Pradesh. While 45-yearold chat seller Gaurav Gupta, resembling Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, is tantalising taste buds of foodies in Gwalior, the saffron clad temple priest Jogi Vijendar Nath, who is Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath’s look-alike, is a hit with the party’s rank and file and supporters across by-election bound Khandwa Lok Sabha constituency.

Associated with Nath Sampradaya (the same Shaivya sub-tradition with which the UP CM is also associated), the 46-year-old Indore resident Jogi Vijendar Nath is campaigning all across Khandwa for the by-elections on October 30, since the last 10 days.

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