Yechury, along with Prakash Karat, was instrumental in creating an impregnable leftist bastion at JNU. He was elected the All India president of SFI in 1978, becoming the first to do so and not belonging to Kerela or Bengal. He was elected to the Central Committee of the CPI in 1984, following which he left SFI in 1986. In 1985, the party constitution was modified and a five-man central secretariat was elected, consisting of younger stalwarts - Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat, Sunil Moitra, P. Ramachandran and S. Ramachandran Pillai - to work under the direction and control of the politburo.
Yechury was elected as the fifth General Secretary of CPI (M) at the party's 21st party Congress in Visakhapatnam on 19 April 2015 and again on 18th April, 2018.
In this article, we will take a dive at the astrological aspect of Sitaram Yechruy and how this election would turn up to be for him. Questions like him being successful, his chances and what may happen overall in these elections will get an answer here.
Based on his birth chart, his sun sign becomes Aries which is governed by Mars. Mars is present in the 7th house and is providing strength to Yechury’s personality. Moon and Jupiter are making Gaj Kesari Yog which will work in providing fame and support from the masses to Yechury in the upcoming elections. On the other hand, Sun and Mercury are creating Budha Aditya Yog which will ease up his battle on the front and provide him success without much effort.
But, the connection of Sun and Ketu might harm his overall reputation and there can be chances of losing an almost won elections. Presence of Rahu in the workhouse or the 10th house might result in him making more enemies than friends and equal amounts of success and failure. There is Raj Yog in Yechury’s birth chart as well which will also work in the way of him being successful. At the beginning of the 2019 general elections, Yechury will find success but this success won’t last long because of the presence of Jupiter in retrograde.