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The public is confident about election results for the first time, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath

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Azamgarh, May 21: UP CM Yogi Adityanath stated, on Tuesday, that for the first time, the public is confident about the election results, with the entire country chanting in unison ‘Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar’ and ‘Abki Baar 400 Paar’. He added that the resonant chant of the slogans is making Samajwadi Party (SP) uncomfortable, as the party has never contested 400 seats.

The Chief Minister was addressing a public meeting in Sagri assembly of Azamgarh Lok Sabha constituency on Tuesday. He said, “Currently, SP is contesting only 62 seats, and even in those, their candidates are dropping out one by one. This is the result of their past deeds. PM Narendra Modi has enshrined the idol of Lord Ram in a magnificent temple after 500 years, whereas SP members once claimed that not even a bird could fly in Ayodhya.”

He further highlighted that mafias and criminals exploiting the public have been dealt with severely under the BJP governance. He said that today, the state’s most dreaded criminals have either been eradicated or have run away from the state.

“The time has come to make those who created an identity crisis in Azamgarh and turned it into a den of terrorists struggle for every vote”, he remarked, urging people to ensure that the party’s candidates lost their deposits in this election.

During this, he appealed for votes in favor of Lok Sabha candidate Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirahua.

Shedding light on the challenges faced by the country a decade ago, CM Yogi emphasized that whenever a terrorist incident took place in the country and the world, its links were invariably established with Azamgarh, defaming the district for no fault of its own.

He mentioned that security threats were looming over every individual and development activities had come to a grinding halt because the Congress-led government was mired in corruption. The poor starved to death while farmers committed suicide as well as daughters and traders were unsafe, he pointed out further.

He further mentioned that the country has witnessed a changing India in the last 10 years, with increased global respect, secure borders and terrorism and naxalism having been effectively eradicated. Not a single terrorist incident has taken place in the country. Today, even if a firecracker bursts loudly, Pakistan starts clarifying its position, he asserted.

Highlighting ‘Modi ki Guarantee’, Yogi said that a university has been built in Azamgarh in the name of Maharaja Suheldev. Additionally, Azamgarh boasts an airport today and is now connected via the Purvanchal Expressway, he added.

“Those who support terrorists, mafia, and oppose the Ram temple must lose their security deposits. Today, world-class highways, airports, railways, metros, universities, and medical colleges are being built in the country. Additionally, 80 crore people in the country are receiving free ration,” Yogi added.

Continuing his attack on the Indi alliance, the CM said that terrorist incidents used to happen in the country during the time of Congress and Samajwadi Party regimes. “Instead of taking action against the terrorists, they used to say that the terrorists are from across the border. The I.N.D.I alliance does not have any agenda of its own. All that it wants is to divert reservations meant for scheduled castes and backward castes to Muslims”, he stated.

He added that Dr. B.R. Ambedkar had also contended that reservations could not be based on religion in India because the nation witnessed partition on religion lines. “If they come to power, they will impose inheritance tax, which is akin to the Jizya tax of Aurangzeb. We must not allow them to succeed in this endeavour. The spirit of Aurangzeb seems to have entered them. We must be cautious and foil their plans,” he added.

On this occasion, State Government Minister Dara Singh Chauhan, BJP District President Krishna Pal, District Incharge Ashok Singh, former MP Santosh Singh, Legislative Council Member Vikrant Singh, Yashkant Singh, former BJP MLA Ram Darshan Yadav among others were present.


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