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Those killing innocent people will not get ‘mitti’ for their last rites in UP: CM Yogi

UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath
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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath roars at Meerut rally

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By Our Correspondent

Meerut: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Wednesday, issued a stern warning to criminals, stressing that if innocent people are harmed, the guilty will not get even ‘mitti’ for their last rites.

Launching a scathing attack on the opposition at an election rally in Meerut to seek votes for Muzaffarnagar candidate Sanjeev Balyan, Yogi said that those attempting to mislead the populace today had put Sangeet Som and Sanjeev Baliyan behind bars and imposed curfews to add to people’s suffering.

He urged the community to maintain the current peace in Western Uttar Pradesh and prevent any resurgence of violence.

Highlighting the importance of effective leadership, Yogi Adityanath drew a sharp contrast between India’s progress and Pakistan’s struggles, attributing Pakistan’s plight to poor governance.

He rallied support for Sanjeev Balyan, the Muzaffarnagar Lok Sabha seat candidate, emphasizing the region’s remarkable infrastructural developments.

With the inauguration of a 12-lane expressway connecting Meerut to Delhi and the introduction of rapid rail services, Meerut has become a hub of connectivity and progress.

Additionally, he announced the establishment of Uttar Pradesh’s first sports university, honoring the legacy of Major Dhyanchand.

CM Yogi highlights visible transformation in Western UP, slams opposition tactics

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath underscored the noticeable changes occurring in Western Uttar Pradesh. Referring to the injustices faced by the region’s youth under the prior regime, he vowed not to pardon those responsible.

Drawing inspiration from the valorous life of Maharana Pratap, the Chief Minister emphasized resilience in the face of adversity.

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

Furthermore, CM Yogi cautioned against allowing individuals who had previously compromised the dignity of women and imposed curfews to regain power. He warned against falling prey to their manipulative tactics, asserting that such opportunists would inevitably sow chaos and disorder.

Emphasizing the spirit of bravery inherent in Sardhana, he cautioned against the deceptive tactics of caste-based politics, which have historically undermined the nation’s integrity and religious values.

During the event, the Chief Minister reiterated a stern warning to wrongdoers, emphasizing that no individual can evade the stringent security measures in place regardless of their status. He highlighted the downfall of prominent mafia and terrorists, previously shielded by authorities, whose current predicaments are widely known.

The CM recalled ‘the mafia reign’ during the SP regime, where even top officials hesitated to confront them. However, under the present administration, such impunity has been shattered, with wrongdoers facing the full force of the law, the CM pointed out.

Present at the occasion were BJP’s Regional President Satyendra Sisodia, State Minister Kapil Dev Agarwal, BJP District Presidents Shiv Kumar Rana (Meerut) and Sudhir Saini (Muzaffarnagar), former MLA Sangeet Som, Vikram Saini, District Coordinator Mayank Goyal, along with other dignitaries.

 

 

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