More than 4 years have gone by since the last assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, but its transforming publicity proved a stunt when it was laden with the dark shadow of a full-page advertisement that exposed the glaring lie spreading into the realm of political fables.
Exactly a few hours later, a dramatic and mysterious sequence of clarifications began unfolding the truth in a photo story that fastened the world. This was certainly unbelievable.
BKU leader Rakesh Tikait made his striking entry into this forum. He, without any iota of compunction, ably targeted a sherwani-clad leader by the second name of Chacha Jaan. It soon pervaded over the political climate extending from Delhi to Kashmir.
People started thinking that the rest has been done by now. However, they did not grasp the situation fully well. This one was just a way to give an extra dose of fire to the already spreading political upheaval.
The days passed over and the final naming in this particular series was added by none other than a popular person. What he expressed after much pondering was Dabba Jaan about Rahul Gandhi, ex-chief of Congress.
Does the alliteration of Abba Jaan, Chacha Jaan and Dabba Jaan not end? Or more will come in the coming days? The pertinent question is: will the UP assembly polls be contested on these three typical words?
The state politics seems to be revolving around those tree additives. The three identical names stand outstandingly in front of the factual development cases.
Is it not a kind of dog-whistle politics that is used in politics in the form of decoded or suggestive language in political messaging to garner support from a particular group without provoking the opposition. The concept is named for ultrasonic dog whistles used in shepherding, which are audible to dogs but not humans.