AAP holds Tiranga Sankalp Yatra in Ayodhya

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AAP holds Tiranga Sankalp Yatra in Ayodhya

Wednesday, 15 September 2021 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI/ AYODHYA

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday organised a ‘Tiranga Sankalp Yatra’ in Ayodhya under the leadership of senior party leader Manish Sisodia and AAP Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh.

Thousands of people took part in this yatra. The AAP is all set to organise Tiranga Sankalp Yatra all across Uttar Pradesh. Addressing the gathering, Sisodia said “After seeing Ram Lalla in Ayodhya yesterday, we have prayed to the gods that the AAP should get an opportunity to form the Government in Uttar Pradesh. AAP will form a government in the state which will take inspiration from the ideals of Lord Ram.”

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is the only Chief Minister in all of India who is running the Government by following the ideals of Ram Lalla. “Today Lord Ram is discussed in other parties, but we all know what is happening in the name of Lord Ram. The Yogi Government of BJP in Uttar Pradesh is neither of the common people nor of Ram. The Yogi Government is promoting Goonda Raj in the State.

Even after 75 years of independence, instead of giving their due to those who give us food, it is very shameful that they are calling farmers a goons and terrorists,” he said.

Sisodia said, “In the 75th year of independence, we will take inspiration from the Tiranga in Ayodhya, the city of lord Ram and take a pledge to form a Government that provides good education, health, employment, security to women to every person standing under this Tiranga.

Attacking the UP Government for “failing” to reduce corruption, Sisodia stated that the Yogi government promised to make the state corruption-free but during the Covid-19 period, it committed a scam of `9 crore in the name of distribution of bags and stationery. “During Covid, he bought a ventilator of 8 lakhs and showed 22 lakhs instead. The Yogi Government crossed all the limits of corruption and committed a scam in the name of lord Ram. In the name of building Ram Mandir, mothers and sisters sold their jewellery, farmers and common man donated from their savings, but the BJP and the Yogi Government were dishonest even in that donation money. Today there is no such Tehsil, police station or government office in UP where work is done without taking money. This shows that the Yogi Government is neither for the common man nor for Lord Ram,” he added.

He also accused the Yogi government of ‘failing’ to provide employment in the state, saying that in the last 4.5 years, there were recruitment examinations, interviews in UP, but even after so many years, people still did not get appointment letters.

“The condition of education in Uttar Pradesh is very bad as the Yogi Government does not have a single school that it can call a model school. The plight of health facilities in Uttar Pradesh can be seen in the times of Covid when thousands of people died due to lack of treatment and bodies were seen floating in the Ganges.

Today people from villages of Uttar Pradesh are taking their children to cities for dengue treatment by sitting on cycles but they are neither getting beds nor treatment in the hospital,” he added.

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