DNA of Cong, SP, INDIA bloc similar to Pak: Yogi

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DNA of Cong, SP, INDIA bloc similar to Pak: Yogi

Monday, 13 May 2024 | PNS | Lucknow

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said the DNAs of Congress, Samajwadi Party and INDI Alliance were similar to Pakistan where people were starving and there was lack of development.

"The poor used to die of hunger during the time of SP and Congress. And now people are starving to death in Pakistan, whereas 80 crore are getting free ration in India,” he said at a public meeting at Gandhi Degree College grounds in Sidhauli in the Sitapur Lok Sabha constituency.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Sunday, addressed public meetings in Sitapur, Bahraich and Amethi and sought public support for Bharatiya Janata Party candidates contesting from Mohanlalganj, Kaiserganj and Amethi Lok Sabha constituencies, namely Kaushal Kishore, Karan Bhushan Singh and Smriti Irani, respectively. These constituencies will go to polls on May 20, in the fifth phase of Lok Sabha elections.

Before leaving for the election campaign in these districts, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the Kaal Bhairav and Baba Vishwanath temples in Kashi on Sunday morning to offer prayers.

During the public meetings, he listed out the achievements of the BJP government on the development front, while highlighting the disrupted pace of development during the Congress-Samajwadi Party era.

He said the Congress had opportunity for 60-65 years but it did not focus on development of the country. “SP-Congress and Pakistan oppose India, Lord Ram, backward classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, daughters, and businessmen. Lalu Prasad Yadav of the INDI Alliance has advocated for giving reservation meant for Other Backward Classes to Muslims. Make sure that all those who dare to play with the future of the country, lose their deposits in the elections,” he remarked.

Speaking at a rally in Bahraich to seek votes for Lok Sabha candidate Karan Bhushan Singh, Chief Minister Yogi said, “‘Ramdrohis’ who objected to the construction of Ram temple have always been questioning the existence of Lord Ram. They question not only the existence of Lord Ram, but all those who idolise him. Now is the time to convey to them that the one who has faith in Lord Ram will govern India.”

Chief Minister Yogi added that the SP previously claimed that not even a bird could fly in Ayodhya, adding that today, they should witness the large number of Lord Ram devotees visiting Ayodhya.

“Bahraich is the place where the culprit of the Somnath temple, Salar Masud, was brought to justice. The bravery of Maharaja Suheldev in safeguarding the nation’s faith, remains unforgettable. People from SP, Congress and Bahujan Samaj Party will visit dargah but they will not come here to pay homage because they fear losing Muslim votes,” he added.

In Madhogarh, the chief minister urged people to make Union minister Smriti Irani victorious from the Amethi Lok Sabha constituency once again. He said that Congress was talking about imposing inheritance tax in its manifesto, which was reminiscent of the ‘Jizya’ tax imposed by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb. “It seems that the spirit of Aurangzeb has possessed the Congress party,” he said.

The chief minister further said that with the fourth phase of voting, the ‘Modi wave’ would take the form of a tsunami. He highlighted that only two kinds of people were opposing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, one was Pakistan and the other were ‘Ramdrohis’.

He said that even four generations of Congress did not visit Amethi as many times as Smriti Irani did. “Today, the entire Amethi stands in honour of Smriti Irani. For the first time, the people of Amethi have decided not to be followers of any party but to become supporters of India’s development,” Yogi added.

Attacking the Congress, he said that those who love Pakistan could go there. Congress talks about caste-based census and wants to pit communities against each other, he asserted.

He said it was the right time to make those playing with the future of the country lose their deposits.

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