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‘Sanatan Bharat’ beamed with pride on Ram Navami: CM Yogi

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressing an election rally
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By Our Correspondent

Bulandshahr, Meerut, Ghaziabad: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath campaigned vigorously on Thursday in three crucial Lok Sabha constituencies of Western UP. He conducted rallies in support of Dr. Mahesh Sharma for the Gautam Buddha Nagar Lok Sabha seat, Arun Govil for the Meerut Lok Sabha seat, and Atul Garg, the party’s candidate for the Ghaziabad seat.

Throughout his campaign, he aimed his criticism at the Congress, SP, and BSP. He remarked that people were deeply moved by the magnificent Surya Tilak of Shri Ram in Ayodhya during Ram Navami. He also posed the question of whether a grand temple of Lord Shri Ram would have been built in Ayodhya under a Congress, SP, or BSP government.

Yogi Adityanath also mentioned the deteriorating economic condition of Pakistan, stating that while India has been providing free ration to 80 crore people for the past four years and will continue to do so for the next five years, in contrast, in Pakistan, with a population of 22 crore, people are dying of hunger.

BJP is necessary for faith, security and prosperity

During the rally organized for Gautam Buddha Nagar Lok Sabha seat in Bulandshahr, he said, “The BJP stands for faith, security, and prosperity. Under the governance of SP, BSP, and Congress, the state frequently saw curfews lasting for months. However, now there are no curfews in the state. These parties were known for stirring unrest through riots. They adopted a ‘riot policy’, while we prioritize ‘development policy’.”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister in an election rally
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in an election rally

The Chief Minister urged the public to vote for Dr. Mahesh Sharma, MP and the BJP candidate for Gautam Buddha Nagar. Many leaders of the Samajwadi Party also joined the BJP on the occasion.

Highlighting the transformation in India, Yogi Adityanath said, “We are now in a ‘New India.’ Those who remember the 2014 elections can attest to the conditions of the country back then. They should inform the new generation and first-time voters about the prevailing discontent and mistrust during that period.” He further remarked, “Terrorism, Naxalism, and separatism were on the rise across the nation. Corruption was rampant in all sectors. The youth were disheartened, and farmers were driven to suicide.”

Today Pakistan is dying of hunger

Addressing a public meeting in Kithore, Meerut, seeking votes for BJP candidate from the Meerut-Hapur Lok Sabha seat Arun Govil, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that while India and Pakistan attained freedom from the British rule together, today Pakistan was suffering from hunger while in India, 80 crore people were being given free rations. He remarked, “Pakistan, with a population of 22 crore, inherited fertile land during partition, yet its people are currently suffering from hunger. Conversely, in India, over the past decade, a greater number of individuals have risen above the poverty line than Pakistan’s entire population.”

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister in an election rally
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in an election rally

The Chief Minister said in his speech that when Arun Govil was playing the role of Lord Ram in the Ramayana serial, he didn’t even know that one day Lord Sri Ram would celebrate his birthday in his birthplace. He added that Arun Govil’s candidacy in Meerut coincides with Lord Ram’s return to his birthplace.

Metro work will start in Meerut City by the end of the year

Leading the campaign for the Ghaziabad Lok Sabha seat in Pilkhua, Hapur, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath emphasized the nationwide chant, ‘Phir ek bar Modi Sarkar, Abki bar 400 paar.’ He stated that this slogan isn’t merely echoing for no reason; it signifies the transformative changes India has witnessed over the last decade, primarily credited to Narendra Modi. He highlighted that in these 10 years, more people in India have risen above the poverty line and are leading content lives compared to Pakistan’s entire population. Yogi urged voters to support BJP’s Lok Sabha candidate and Ghaziabad’s MLA, Atul Garg.

Yogi praised the skilled craftsmanship of Pilkhua’s artisans and their handloom expertise. He noted significant infrastructure developments in the area, including the construction of a 12-lane highway between Delhi and Meerut and the rapid progress of the rapid rail project. He pointed out that when PM Modi took office in 2014, metros operated in only five Indian cities. Now, metro services are operational in 20 cities nationwide, including six in UP: Lucknow, Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida, Agra, and Kanpur. Yogi also announced that Meerut City would commence its metro project by the end of the year.

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