A small guide to the lovely quotes our Uttar Pradesh CM has been giving over the past few years. 
Those asking me to give him a chance, i am not sure what kind of “chance” they were talking about. 
Lets cut the crap and have a look at these glorious quotes :
1. I will not stop till I turn UP and India into a Hindu rashtra. 

Yogi Adityanath at Etah, Uttar Pradesh in 2005
(My my.. what a man! What sense of nationalism and what lovely flowery sentiments! ) 
2. Every time a Hindu visits the Vishwanath temple, the Gyanvapi mosque taunts us. If given a chance, we will install statues of Goddess Gauri, Ganesh and Nandi in every mosque. 
Sir speaking at Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s Virat Hindu Sammelan. 
(Such hinduism would surely make the gods bless him personally) 
3. At a temple ceremony in Varanasi, the Lok Sabha constituency of PM Narendra Modi, Adityanath had declared that those opposing the surya namaskar, a salutation to the sun, should leave the country. Or better still, drown in the ocean.

(So, apart from Modi, lotus, saffron colour and Hinduism, now Yoga has also become a synonym for being an Indian? Thats some fast evolving vocabulary!) 
4. When they could not stop karsevaksfrom demolishing the Babri Masjid, how will they be able to stop us from carrying out the construction of the mandir?

(Hmm. There is a point. Twisted and psychopathic in nature but, a point nonetheless ) 
5. “These people speak the language of terrorists. There is no difference between the language of Shah Rukh Khan and that of Hafiz Saeed. He should remember that if a huge mass of people boycotts his films, he will also have to wander on the streets like a normal Muslim. ”
( SRK should remember to be the rock star and the witty quote machine that he is and should remember nothing but that) 

So, lets give him a chance. A chance to put a tick mark against his wish list and a mark on the pride of the country. 
Any person who cant to convert the nation into a “hindu” rashtra has failed as an Indian citizen for not understanding the essence and the spirit of India.