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Congress seeks to revive the evil practice of triple talaq, says Yogi Adityanath

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By Our Correspondent

Lucknow, May 25: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath continued his energetic campaign trail by addressing public meetings in Salempur, Ballia, Chandauli, and Ghazipur Lok Sabha constituencies on Saturday to seek voters’ support for the BJP and NDA candidates.

During these rallies, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took aim at the Congress and SP, warning that if Congress comes to power, it will revive the harmful practice of triple talaq. He emphasized that the Congress manifesto indicates plans to implement personal law in India, allowing Sharia law in the country. This Taliban-like law, he warned, would deprive daughters of education and confine women to their homes in burqas.

Simultaneously, CM Yogi underscored that due to BJP’s governance, development, security, respect, and welfare schemes for the poor are progressing rapidly across the nation. He praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a devoted follower of Lord Ram, noting the grand enshrining of Ramlala in Ayodhya after 500 years. Yogi underscored that the Modi government has honored Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar and established the Panch Teerth of Baba Saheb over the last decade.

In a sharp critique, Yogi labeled the Congress and SP as not only ‘Ram drohi’ but also ‘Rashtra drohi.’ He urged caution against them in the face of such circumstances.

Congress wants to allow cow slaughter in India

While attacking the I.N.D.I. alliance in the public meeting of Salempur Lok Sabha, CM Yogi said that members of the I.N.D.I Alliance rely on falsehoods to secure power. He noted that while there are claims that the BJP intends to alter the Constitution, the Alliance’s manifestos reveal plans to grant OBC reservations to Muslims and enforce personal laws if they gain power. On one hand, the ‘Nari Shakti Vandan Act’ has been enacted under PM Modi’s leadership and on the other, Congress aims to reintroduce triple talaq, he stated.

“SP and Congress propose that if they assume power, minorities will have the freedom to consume food according to their preferences. This implies their endorsement of cow slaughter. Do not become a partner in their sin by voting for Congress and SP”, CM Yogi added.

Yogi said that the government has not only built the Ram Temple, but also a university in the name of Maharaj Suheldev in Ayodhya. “However, the people of SP shy away from mentioning the name of Maharaj Suheldev, who defeated Salar Masud in Bahraich, in order to please their vote bank”, he stated further.

Ballia declared itself independent in 1942.

While addressing the Ballia Lok Sabha, Yogi mentioned that the government has established a Government Polytechnic, Government College, and Inter College in the area. Additionally, Rs 14 crore has been allocated for providing solar lights to every house in Nauranga. He also highlighted ongoing projects, including the construction of a bus stand, a medical college, waterway development, and flood protection works.

“While the country gained independence in 1947, Ballia declared its independence in 1942. Many development projects have been undertaken. The Purvanchal Expressway’s link expressway will extend up to Ballia, and this project is progressing rapidly”, he stated.

He also mentioned the enhancement of connectivity with four-lane roads, solutions to flood issues, and the export of locally grown vegetables to global markets from Ballia. “The hospital that Chandrashekhar ji built in his village has been made operational by our government.” CM Yogi emphasized that BJP and its allies uphold respect for development and heritage.

He condemned Congress and its allies Trinamool, RJD, and SP for manipulating public sentiments. “Trinamool is intimidating saints and sages in Bengal, asking why they engage in religious discussions. What else would saints and sages do if not discuss religion?” CM Yogi labeled their manifesto as a betrayal to the nation.

Chandauli is reaching new milestones in development

While addressing a public meeting in Chandauli Lok Sabha, the Chief Minister stated that Chandauli is now setting new benchmarks in development. He highlighted that the residents of Chandauli are the primary beneficiaries of the waterway, and the heritage is also being honored. The memorial built in the name of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay exemplifies this respect for heritage.

Additionally, the beautification of Lord Markandeya Dham, alongside Kashi Vishwanath Dham in Kashi, is attracting widespread attention. A medical college named after Baba Keena Ram is now ready in Chandauli, and the construction of roads, flyovers, and bridges is progressing rapidly, he remarked.

CM Yogi emphasized that Chandauli is predominantly an agricultural area. To support this, farmers are receiving new irrigation facilities, and the maximum benefits of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi have been allocated to Chandauli. Furthermore, high-tech education is being provided to children of workers, orphans, and destitute children of the poor at the Atal Residential School.

Today, the journey from Ghazipur to Lucknow can be completed in just three and a half hours

During the public meeting of Ghazipur Lok Sabha, CM Yogi emphasized that under the leadership of PM Modi, India’s passport has gained greater respect worldwide. He remarked, “When a foreigner asks where you’re from, and you say India, they respectfully respond, ‘Okay, from Modi’s India.’”

He recalled a time when daughters and traders were not safe, with Ghazipur being a prime example. He mentioned that regions like Ghazipur, Azamgarh, Mau, and surrounding districts lived under a shadow of fear and terror. However, after the BJP received the public’s support, Ram Lalla was installed in Ayodhya, and mafias faced repercussions.

“We will achieve the vision of an ‘aatm nirbhar’ (self-reliant) and ‘Viksit Bharat’ (developed India) by promoting balanced development and ensuring the safety of daughters and traders. Ghazipur will also become a model center for good governance and development.”

He further highlighted the improved infrastructure, noting that the travel time from Ghazipur to Lucknow has reduced from eight hours to three and a half hours via the Purvanchal Expressway. He emphasized that India’s development is now progressing rapidly, comparable to the speed of a bullet train rather than the slow pace of a meter gauge. Ghazipur now also has a medical college under the one district-one medical college initiative.

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