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Congress and SP have conceded defeat in half the battle, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally.
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Saifai family is set to lose all three seats in the May 7 elections, Kannauj on May 13 and Azamgarh on May 25: Yogi

Chief Minister appeals for the re-election of Devendra Singh Bhole from Akbarpur Lok Sabha seat, Mukesh Rajput from Farrukhabad and Arun Sagar from Shahjahanpur

CM urges support for Arvind Singh in the by-election of Dadraul assembly seat

Those opposing Ram have always faced defeat: Yogi

UP CM Yogi appeals again, people should not vote for ‘Ramdrohis’

By Our Correspondent

Kanpur, Etah, Shahjahanpur, May 8: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath once again rallied in the election battleground on Wednesday, urging for the reelection of Devendra Singh Bhole from Akbarpur Lok Sabha seat, Mukesh Rajput from Farrukhabad, and Arun Sagar from Shahjahanpur. Simultaneously, he called for support for BJP candidate Arvind Singh in the by-election in Dadraul Assembly of Shahjahanpur.

While expressing gratitude to the crowds gathered at the public meetings, the CM also criticized SP-Congress. He emphasized to the public that this election represents a choice between ‘Rambhakts’ and ‘Ramdrohis,’ asserting that those who are ‘Rambhakts’ are also Rashtrabhakts. The public should reject ‘Ramdrohis’ in these elections.

Lashing out at SP, CM Yogi declared that the Saifai family is destined to lose on three seats in the elections held on May 7, with Kannauj following on the 13th and Azamgarh on the 25th.

Even uttering the name of Akbarpur invokes hesitation, but we are committed to erasing the scars of slavery

In the first public meeting, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the name of Akbarpur is such that one feels hesitant to say it again and again. All this will change. The Chief Minister stated that it is an eternal truth that ‘Ramdrohis’ have always met their downfall. The 2024 Lok Sabha elections will confirm this truth. He emphasized, “This is not merely an election to form a government. On one hand, under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, the country is being established as a new and Aatmanirbhar Bharat, while on the other hand, ‘Ramdrohis’ are working to divide us based on caste and regional identities. Terrorists are being glorified, and mafias are encouraged.”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally

The CM continued, “Congress has consistently engaged in divisive politics, fostering division within the nation and actively promoting terrorism and separatism in various regions. Congress has once again promised to give such reservations in its manifesto this time”, he added.

CM Yogi mentioned that the government is currently conducting a survey to assess the potential for cultivating sugarcane in the area. If viable, plans are underway to establish a sugar and ethanol complex in the region. During the SP regime, only guns were manufactured here, but under the Kanpur Defence Corridor, cannons for the nation will be produced. When the cannons will kill terrorists at the border, the names of Kanpur and UP will resonate in everyone’s minds”, he added. CM Yogi further said that presently, the ammunition being produced here is reaching the entire world.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally

SP leaders feel pain due to action against mafia

During the campaign for Farrukhabad Lok Sabha seat in Etah, he raised a question among the public, “How will Ram Gopal Yadav like the Ram Temple as these people release terrorists from jail?” He said, “During the SP government from 2004 to 2007, terrorists attacked the Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya, the Sankat Mochan Temple in Varanasi, courts in Lucknow, Ayodhya, and Varanasi, and a CRPF camp in Rampur.” CM Yogi further mentioned that when the SP government came to power in 2012, the then CM first ordered the withdrawal of cases against terrorists as he was not worried about the security of the state, the honor of the country, the youth, daughters, businessmen, but about the terrorists. “It will be a sin to vote for those who oppose Lord Ram and the Ram temple in India. Those who vote for them are harming this world and will also harm the afterlife,” Yogi remarked. CM said that we have invented ‘bulldozer’ for Ramdrohis. The alliance between Congress and SP is one that compromises security, engages in corruption, encourages Naxalism and terrorism, and opposes the construction of the Ram temple,” Yogi added.

There’s no point discussing the respect for heritage with those who disown their ancestors

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, addressing a gathering in Shahjahanpur, highlighted that half of the Lok Sabha seats have already undergone voting in the ongoing elections. We have reached halfway towards achieving our goal of ‘Abki bar, 400 paar…’. The 2024 elections appear poised to create a new chapter in history. The setback faced by Congress and SP indicates they’ve conceded defeat halfway through. Our history bears witness: no matter how mighty or influential, a ‘Ramdrohi’ is destined to fall. There’s no point discussing the respect for heritage with those who disown their ancestors.

Detailing the developmental and welfare accomplishments under BJP’s governance, the Chief Minister mentioned the construction of a medical college in Shahjahanpur. “Here there was a demand to build a pontoon bridge on the Ganga which would connect Thakur Roshan Singh’s village, but we provided a concrete bridge there. This government is actively ensuring and delivering developmental benefits. Additionally, plans are underway to install a ropeway at Hanumat Dham in Shahjahanpur. A grand museum has been made in honor of the great heroes of the Kakori Train action.

 

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