Lucknow: Yogi Adityanath is not the kind to give up easily. The spirits of any other person would dampen after being denied permission to land his chopper in politically volatile West Bengal. Rebuffed on Sunday, he will be making one more attempt. This time, however, he will hit the road, reports CNN News 18. Aditynath is scheduled to first fly to Jharkhand on Tuesday and then travel to Purulia via road where he will be addressing a public rally.
Giving him company will be BJP state president Dilip Ghosh, BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha and national executive committee member Mukul Roy, who is a key witness in the chit fund case. Earlier on Sunday, the West Bengal government had denied the UP CM permission to land his chopper.