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Saharanpur was to become ‘Kashi of the West’ but was made an arena of religious battle, says Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally
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CM Yogi addresses public meetings in Kairana and Saharanpur

If someone plays with the future of the youth, we will seize their ancestral property and distribute it among the poor: CM Yogi

Efforts were made to spread chaos and anarchy through fatwas: CM Yogi

By Our Correspondent

Saharanpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took to the campaign trail for the Kairana and Saharanpur Lok Sabha seats on Friday, addressing public gatherings in favor of NDA candidates contesting in both constituencies.

During this, he lamented that Saharanpur, which had the potential to become the ‘Kashi of the West’, had been turned into a hotbed of religious fanaticism by previous administrations. The CM also said that the work of spreading chaos and anarchy was done here through fatwas. He urged the public to be wary of individuals who, despite denying the existence of Lord Ram in the Supreme Court, are now chanting his name for electoral gains.

The Chief Minister said that work is being done to confiscate the property of the ancestors of those who are playing with the future of the youth and distribute it among the poor. He emphasized the progress made in rooting out mafia influence in Uttar Pradesh, remarking, “Kuch mafia jail mein hain, kuch jahannum chale gaye (Some mafia are behind bars, while others have met their fate). ”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision is our mission

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath first addressed the public meeting in Kairana. He said, “Our government has given riot and curfew-free Uttar Pradesh. We have fostered a peaceful and harmonious environment by suppressing those who incite riots and enforce curfews. Let us not allow them to thrive again, as they will only provoke further disturbances through caste-based politics.”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally

He further remarked, “This poses a threat to the safety of our daughters and the prosperity of our businessmen, constituting a conspiracy to hinder development. We must transcend this and take action. To achieve this, we must not allow rioters, corrupt individuals, anarchists, and those who endanger the lives of our daughters, mothers, farmers, and youth to thrive again, regardless of their status.”

The Chief Minister said that playing with the future of the youth is intolerable, warning that anyone attempting such actions will face the confiscation of their ancestral property, which will then be distributed among the underprivileged. The vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is our mission. We will work together with his vision and mission to build a new India.

During this, he urged the public to vote in support of the BJP and Rashtriya Lok Dal’s joint Lok Sabha candidate, Pradeep Chaudhary.

Mafia are Raktbeej, they should not be allowed to flourish

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, addressing a public gathering in the Saharanpur Lok Sabha constituency, likened the mafia to the mythical demon Raktbeej, stressing that they must not be allowed to thrive again under any circumstances. He remarked, “Congress and SP used to capitulate to them, but today ‘Kuch mafia jail mein hain, kuch jahannum chale gaye’ (Some mafia are behind bars, while others have met their fate). Their influence has been completely extinguished.”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during an election rally

He highlighted the clear division in this election between two opposing ideologies. On one side are those driven by caste divisions, while on the other are individuals dedicated to nationalism. “On one hand, there are those intent on tearing apart the social fabric, while on the other hand, under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, there are people who believe in upholding India’s dignity.”

“We have removed the mics and loudspeakers from which they used to shout and cause disturbances. Our country and our religion are our national pride. If they are secure, so are we,” CM Yogi declared. He remarked that Deoband had become a center of religious fanaticism, with fatwas issued on trivial matters, including how vaccines should be administered. “From here, attempts were made to spread chaos and anarchy, with little attention paid to development.”

CM Yogi was addressing an election rally in Deoband on Friday in support of BJP candidate Raghav Lakhan Pal Sharma from Saharanpur Lok Sabha seat.

 

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