‘Khadeda Hoibe’: SP, allies tweak Mamata’s ‘Khela Hobe’ to ‘chase away’ BJP in UP polls

Designed after the famous "Khela Hobe" campaign song of TMC chief Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal, Akhilesh Yadav-led Opposition alliance has been singing its own "Khadeda Hoibe" (will be chased away) poll jingle in Uttar Pradesh to dethrone the BJP. Based on the local dialect prevalent in the Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh, the song,…

Designed after the famed “Khela Hobe” campaign music of TMC chief Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal, Akhilesh Yadav-led Opposition alliance has been singing its private “Khadeda Hoibe” (will be chased away) ballotjingle in Uttar Pradesh to dethrone the BJP.

In step with the native dialect prevalent in the Purvanchal put of Uttar Pradesh, the music, which turned into launched just no longer too prolonged ago, has been doing the rounds on social media and is being played at political functions of the opposition grouping in its fight in opposition to the ruling BJP.

“The of us of Uttar Pradesh are themselves asserting that there’ll be a ‘Khadeda Hoibe’ (will be chased out) for the BJP, and at some locations in the stutter its (the BJP’s) of us are being truly being chased away by mad voters.

“The ‘Khadeda Hoibe’ fight bawl is uniting of us from diversified sections of the society and from diversified walks of existence. The template of Bengal (assembly elections) is greatly resonating with the of us in Uttar Pradesh,” Samajwadi Birthday party MLC Ashutosh Sinha suggested PTI.


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who defeated the BJP in the assembly polls in her stutter final year, is batting for the Samajwadi Birthday party in the fight for Uttar Pradesh.

When contacted, lyricist and singer of ‘Khela Hobe’ (game on) jingle, Debangshu Bhattacharya acknowledged the political situation and fight on the two locations are of diversified sorts.

“At one stutter (in Bengal), it turned into to lift encourage the ruling event, whereas on the opposite stutter (Uttar Pradesh), it is set eradicating the ruling event,” he suggested PTI.

He acknowledged the BJP’s competitors in West Bengal didn’t admire any counter to the event’s ‘Jai Shri Ram’ chant which they had been using for political purposes. “If someone tried to pause them, then they’ll declare that they’ve set up with the title of the God and this additionally would attend them in polarisation of votes.”

“After coining ‘Khela Hobe’, if the BJP workers raised ‘Jai Shri Ram’, the TMC workers would yelp ‘Khela Hobe’. And, the public evinced extra curiosity in the latter,” he acknowledged.


The ‘Khadeda Hoibe’ ballotjingle would additionally be a solid counter to the BJP’s “spiritual polarization tactics”, acknowledged Bhattacharya, who’s additionally the accepted secretary of TMC’s formative years unit, acknowledged.

He acknowledged every fight has a particular fight bawl which instills enthusiasm among the employees. And, if it is loved by the public, it helps the event.”

The Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Birthday party’s nationwide accepted secretary Arun Rajbhar acknowledged that at a joint rally in Mau on October 27 final year, the SP and the SBSP gave the slogan ‘Khadeda Hoibe’ on the traces of ‘Khela Hobe’ in Bengal.

“In Bengal, there turned into a ‘Khela’ (game), nonetheless in UP, there’ll be a ‘Khadeda (chasing away),” he acknowledged.

TMC leader from UP, Laliteshpati Tripathi acknowledged, “In elections, you will want unifying topics, and when you salvage them via songs, then it is correct.

“And, this time there is a context — if it is feasible to defeat the BJP in Bengal, then I indubitably feel that the of us can execute the equal here. The music will be an efficient medium to tell this message to the of us and event workers.”

The SP’s ‘Khadeda Hoibe’ jingle runs for 3.29 minutes, highlighting considerations love inflation, unemployment alleged mismanagement of the Covid pandemic among others.

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