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Congress wants to impose inheritance tax and personal law, says Yogi Adityanath

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Lucknow, May 30:  On Thursday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed public meetings in Himachal Pradesh and Punjab, marking the final day of the Lok Sabha election campaign.

He campaigned vigorously in Mandi, Hamirpur Lok Sabha, and Badsar Assembly by-elections in Himachal Pradesh and Anandpur Sahib and Ludhiana Lok Sabha constituencies in Punjab.

He urged voters to support Lok Sabha candidates Kangana Ranaut, Anurag Thakur, Dr. Subhash Sharma, Ravneet Singh Bittu, Fatehgarh candidate Gejaram, and Badsar Assembly by-election candidate Indradutt Lakhanpal.

During his speeches, Adityanath criticized the Congress, the Indi alliance, and the Aam Aadmi Party, claiming that the Congress has become a new version of the ‘Muslim League’ and accusing them of embodying the spirit of Aurangzeb.

He vowed to use his “bulldozer” to permanently eliminate those following Aurangzeb’s path. He also stated that Congress has been mourning since the consecration of Lord Shri Ram’s idol in the Ram temple.

Yogi Adityanath made these remarks while addressing an election rally in Bijhari in support of party candidate Anurag Thakur for the Hamirpur Lok Sabha seat and BJP candidate Indradutt Lakhanpal in the Badsar Assembly by-election.

He further promised that a BJP government in Punjab would break the mafia’s stronghold.

Indi alliance is like a Pandora’s box

Addressing a public meeting in the Mandi Lok Sabha constituency, CM Yogi Adityanath highlighted, “It was in Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, where the BJP first decided ‘Ram Lala Hum Ayenge, Mandir Vahi Banyenge’. ”

“The 500-year wait is over,” he declared, celebrating Ramlala’s Holi and birthday in his grand temple for the first time. He labelled the Indi alliance as Pandora’s box, criticizing the Congress manifesto as reminiscent of the Muslim League’s actions in the 1940s.

According to Yogi, Congress’s manifesto, which promises the implementation of personal law, would lead to a Taliban-like rule where girls wouldn’t be able to attend school, and women would be confined to their homes wearing burqas.

Yogi Adityanath emphasized, “India will be governed by Baba Saheb’s constitution, not Sharia law.”

He criticized Congress leaders for their promises to eliminate poverty by surveying property and imposing inheritance tax on ancestral properties, using half of that property to settle intruders.

He likened this inheritance tax to Aurangzeb’s Jizya tax, asserting that such “evil people” should not be allowed to survive. He pointed out that in Uttar Pradesh, the government has dealt strictly with elements idolizing Aurangzeb and those who followed his path. “Today, everything is fine in UP,” he concluded.

Congress is a barrier to the development of the country, it has always exploited the resources of Himachal

CM Yogi Adityanath criticized Congress as a barrier to development at a public meeting in the Hamirpur Lok Sabha constituency. He accused them of being patrons of sand, land, forest, and animal mafias and opposing the country’s interests and Shri Ram.

Adityanath claimed that Congress has exploited Himachal Pradesh’s resources and that the Indi alliance is fragmented, with as many factions as there are parties. He argued that such a disunited alliance cannot unify the country.

Adityanath also criticized Congress’s promise to provide food freedom to minorities, interpreting it as permission to slaughter cows. He urged voters not to undermine the virtue of building the Ram temple in Ayodhya by supporting Congress, which he associated with the sin of cow slaughter.

Yogi Adityanath

Supporting Anurag Thakur, Adityanath praised him as one of Modi’s nine gems, highlighting his role in leading India to success in major sports events.

He noted Thakur’s efforts for Himachal and the entire country, including preparing to host the Olympics in India in 2036. Adityanath emphasized that engaging youth in sports would keep them away from drugs and bring honor to their families, state, and country.

He urged voters to support BJP candidate Indradutt Lakhanpal in the Badsar Assembly by-election, stressing the importance of forming a BJP government in Himachal Pradesh once again.

Rioters and mafia in UP have caught the cold of Himachal: Anurag Thakur

Anurag Thakur, the Union Minister and Lok Sabha candidate from Hamirpur lauded Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during a public meeting in Bijhari. He credited Yogi with playing a pivotal role in helping PM Modi achieve his aim of’ 400 Paar’ by extensively touring the country. Thakur noted a buzz in UP about Himachal’s cool climate, attributing it to Yogi’s firm handling of rioters and mafia elements. He praised Yogi’s proactive measures, likening them to a powerful bulldozer tackling lawlessness in UP.

Thakur highlighted Yogi’s achievements in UP, emphasizing the transformation brought about under his leadership, including the ushering in development and the provision of concrete houses to the impoverished and attracting global investments. He underscored the improved safety for women, contrasting the present scenario with a time when women couldn’t venture out alone in the evening. Thakur credited Yogi for instilling a sense of security, symbolized by the presence of the “Bulldozer Baba.” He also celebrated the enthronement of Rama Lalla in Ayodhya, noting the worldwide anticipation for the festival of lights in the city.

Form a BJP government in Punjab, I will send as many bulldozers as you need from UP

Addressing a public gathering in the Mohali Lok Sabha constituency of Punjab, CM Yogi voiced concerns about the Congress-AAP coalition, labeling it a dangerous ploy to plunge Punjab into chaos.

He urged the electorate to reject this alliance and metaphorically handed the “keys of the bulldozer” to Subhash Sharma, advocating for a BJP government in Punjab. Promising swift action, Yogi pledged to dispatch as many bulldozers as needed from UP once BJP assumes power. He vowed to dismantle the sand, cattle, drug, and land mafias within 48 hours, redistributing seized properties to benefit the underprivileged.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath addressing an election rally.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath addressing an election rally

Yogi didn’t mince words when criticizing AAP, denouncing it as a party steeped in deception despite its professed commitment to transparency. He pointed to numerous corruption and legal troubles faced by its leaders, asserting that AAP’s tenure in Punjab has been synonymous with governance from behind bars. Yogi lamented the exploitation of Punjab’s sentiments by these political entities, emphasizing the state’s historical contributions to India’s security and resilience.

He juxtaposed Punjab’s current plight with the vision of progress embodied by Modi’s leadership, highlighting the stark contrast between the aspirations of a “New India” and the regressive agenda pursued by the Congress-AAP alliance.

Yogi warned against the dangerous repercussions of reverting to past troubles, accusing the coalition of harboring intentions to resurrect Punjab’s dark days of terrorism.

Mafias have been wiped out in UP, today there is no curfew, no riots in UP, everything is fine there

During a public gathering in the Ludhiana Lok Sabha constituency, CM Yogi criticized the Congress for its relentless pursuit of power, alleging that it had neglected the sacred site of Kartarpur Sahib, associated with Guru Nanak Dev. He praised Modi Ji for elevating India’s stature by facilitating the construction of the Kartarpur corridor, which honored the Guru’s legacy.

Yogi shared his initiative in UP, where he introduced the celebration of Veer Bal Diwas on December 26 and personally participated in Kirtan ceremonies while reverently carrying Guru Granth Sahib on his head at the CM residence.

He contrasted the situation in UP before 2017, when mafia elements wielded considerable influence, resulting in a parallel governance structure that undermined the authority of constitutional figures.

Yogi asserted that under BJP’s governance, the mafia has been eradicated in UP, leading to peace and stability without curfews or riots.

He assured the audience that the BJP would form the next government in Punjab and swiftly eliminate mafia influences within 48 hours.

He envisions a future where Punjab embodies the teachings of the Guru and is free from criminal elements.



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