More than 200 elephants were covered with plastic pink color in Uttar Pradesh, India’s largest state. The task, involving many workers, ladders, tape and other tools, is a consequence of the leadership of chief minister of the state, Mayawati Kumari, who in the last two years in office, filled with the various public parks with the image of his party, the Bahujan Samaj.
Made of bronze or stone, the statues had to be covered by the order of the election commission, since the elections in Uttar Pradesh, one of the poorest states in the country with nearly 200 million people, are within one month. According to the entity in question is the fact that the pictures can influence voters. The task began Monday and concluded yesterday afternoon.
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