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‘Ramrajya’ is the solution to all the problems; for this, we need ‘Bar Bar Modi Sarkar’: Yogi Adityanath

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Chief Minister addresses public meetings in Gorakhpur and Bahraich

Those who support terrorists will undoubtedly feel bad about the Ram temple: CM Yogi

By Our Correspondent

Gorakhpur, Bahraich, May 10: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed election rallies in Gorakhpur and Bahraich on Friday. CM Yogi vehemently criticized the opposition parties, including SP, BSP, and Congress, scathingly and labelled them as ‘Ramdrohi’. CM Yogi asserted that the opposition parties not only consider the Shri Ram temple as ‘useless’ for their political gains but also neglected the legacy of Maharaja Suheldev for seven decades post-independence.

CM Yogi also participated in the nomination of party candidate Ravikishan in Gorakhpur and later addressed the public at Mahant Digvijaynath Park. In Bahraich’s Mahsi locality, he rallied in support of party candidate Dr. Anand Kumar Gaur. CM Yogi said, “Ram Rajya is the ultimate solution to the nation’s challenges, and ‘Bar Bar Modi Sarkar’ is the only solution.” He reiterated the public’s desire to reinstate leaders who embody the principles of Ramrajya.

Congress, SP, BSP have all accepted defeat

During a public address in Gorakhpur, vehemently criticized both the SP and Congress parties for the statements made by certain party leaders regarding the construction of the Shri Ram temple in Ayodhya. He said, “The opposition leaders, who seemed disheartened until the third voting phase, have begun commenting on Lord Ram. Some have deemed the Ram temple ‘useless,’ while others question its public benefit. Those who support terrorists will undoubtedly feel bad about the Ram temple.”

Yogi stated, “Had the opposition, when in power, implemented stringent measures against those responsible for the terrorist attacks on Ram Janmabhoomi, similar to the current measures being implemented nationwide and against organized crime in Uttar Pradesh, then incidents like the terrorist attacks on Sankatmochan Temple and courts could have been prevented.”

CM Yogi lamented the policy of appeasement towards terrorism, which resulted in the loss of thousands of lives in these attacks. He strongly expressed, “The opposition’s acceptance of defeat is evident as the Lok Sabha elections progress, with Congress, SP, and BSP conceding.” CM Yogi noted that he has had the opportunity to visit nine states during the campaign. A unified voice echoes throughout the country: “Ek Baar Fir Modi Sarkaar” .

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally

The govt that respects your sentiments deserves to be elected repeatedly

In a scathing attack on the opposition, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Congress, SP and BSP did not give respect to the brave Maharaja Suheldev Rajbhar, who killed Somnath temple culprit Salar Masud Ghazi and built his tomb in Bahraich, “only for the ‘vote bank’ as they feared losing the votes of Salar Masud Ghazi’s ‘devotees.'” He paid homage to the land of the bravery of Maharaja Suheldev and the sacred land of freedom fighter Raja Balbhadra Singh as he greeted the gathering on the auspicious occasions of Akshaya Tritiya and Parshuram Jayanti.

 

CM Yogi emphasized that PM Modi and the state government not only constructed the grand Ram Temple in Ayodhya but also took decisive measures to curb the influence of mafia elements, who were sowing seeds of chaos and disorder.

The Chief Minister said that a government that respects people’s emotions, protects interests, and integrates development initiatives should be chosen repeatedly. This not only improves the present but also creates new opportunities for the future. Reflecting on the journey of India’s development, he noted the transformation from a decade ago when the nation grappled with terrorism, Naxalism, corruption in development projects, and rampant crime. “The poor died of hunger and youth migrated. Daughters and businessmen were not safe. There were riots and curfews everywhere. Attacks occurred in courts of Ayodhya, Varanasi, Lucknow, and CRPF camps,” Yogi added.

 

 

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