INDI Alliance a union of anarchy, corruption and curfew: UP CM

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INDI Alliance a union of anarchy, corruption and curfew: UP CM

Monday, 20 May 2024 | PNS | Lucknow

As the parliamentary election inches closer to the final phase, campaigning has gained momentum across the country despite the scorching heat. On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath blasted a spectacular ‘Superhit Six’ of rallies for party candidates contesting from Azamgarh, Lalganj, Jaunpur, Pratapgarh, Phulpur and Allahabad Lok Sabha constituencies.

 

He urged people to defeat Samajwadi Party and Congress, which were opposed to Lord Ram and closer to Ravana in terms of deeds. He alleged that Congress and SP wanted to destroy Hindus. The chief minister mocked the SP, noting that 273 seats were needed to form the government, while the SP was contesting only 62-63 seats. He remarked that they won’t be able to form the government, but would keep thumping their chests in the background.

 

Seeking support for Azamgarh MP and Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirahua’, Chief Minister Yogi said that Azamgarh was considered a centre of terrorism during the SP regime. He noted that Azamgarh used to be associated with terrorist blasts across the country, but there have been no such incidents in the last 10 years.

 

He added: “We still have to give a lot to Azamgarh and make it an ‘industrial city’. Azamgarh will become the centre of Film City, from where many ‘Nirahuas’ and ‘Amrapali Dubeys’ will emerge.”

 

Criticising the SP, Chief Minister Yogi said that they were just visiting for a picnic and would head to England after the elections. He taunted that it is now the SP members, not Azamgarh, who are viewed with suspicion. “People believe that an SP supporter is likely to be a goon and a troublemaker, prompting searches to prevent potential trouble,” he remarked.

 

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said in the public meeting organised for Neelam Sonkar, the BJP candidate from Lalganj Lok Sabha constituency, in Phulpur Pawai, Azamgarh, that the INDI Alliance was a union of anarchy, corruption and imposing curfew.

 

“The Samajwadi Party and Congress governments do not empathise with the poor, Dalits, women and youth. Their sympathies lie with the mafia and terrorists,” he said.

 

Chief Minister Yogi said that Pakistan was unable to protect its own country, with continuous agitation, chaos and arson in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. He urged voters to give Prime Minister Narendra Modi a third term, promising that PoK would become part of India. The chief minister also mentioned that “goon-mafia leaders are complaining about Yogiji’s use of bulldozers”. He assured that after the elections, the properties of the remaining goon-mafia would also be bulldozed.

 

Seeking support for BJP candidate Kripashankar Singh in Jaunpur, Chief Minister Yogi said that the demon of Ravana was still present in the form of SP and Congress and their actions resembled that of Ravana. “Lord Ram is not blessing them. Whatever Ram Lalla desires, is bound to happen and Ram Lalla has decided to hand over power to his devotee Modi for the third time,” he stated.

 

The UP chief minister stated that the SP and mafia were closely connected and could not be separated. He criticised the SP president for mourning the death of a notorious Purvanchal mafia leader. He vowed to eliminate Ram traitors, anti-India elements, and the mafia from Uttar Pradesh.

 

The UP chief minister warned that the alliance between SP and Congress was a cause for concern, comparing it to a pair of troublemakers. He assured that the BJP will not allow property surveys, the imposition of the Jizya tax, or any changes to the reservations for backward classes, Scheduled Castes, and Scheduled Tribes.

 

Addressing a public meeting in Rampur Khas in favour of Pratapgarh MP and BJP candidate Sangamlal Gupta, the chief minister said that more than 400 seats for the National Democratic Alliance were a must to make Pakistan-occupied Kashmir a part of India.

 

“Congress and SP are becoming uncomfortable with slogans like ‘Fir Ek Baar Modi Sarkaar’, ‘Abki Baar 400 Paar’ as their goons in Prayagraj and Ghazipur have been reduced to dust. SP is a party friendly to terrorists,” the chief minister said, adding that the INDI Alliance had no agenda of development.

 

“Anyone who betrays Ram also betrays the nation. They all share the same DNA, spreading anarchy and inciting riots like Tadka, Marich, and Subahu,” he remarked.

 

Addressing a public meeting in Soraon in support of Phulpur MLA and BJP candidate Praveen Patel, Chief Minister Yogi stated that threats to the security of common people, daughters, businessmen, Dalits, and backward classes had been eradicated from Uttar Pradesh. While the state and country are pleased with this progress, the SP is mourning, he remarked.

 

He criticised the SP’s dark history, recounting an incident where the mafia killed a woman’s husband from the Maurya family in Phulpur and seized 10 bighas of her land. He noted that their pleas were ignored until his administration restored their land.

 

He further accused SP chief Akhilesh Yadav of supporting the shooting of Ram devotees while simultaneously withdrawing cases against terrorists. By proposing an inheritance tax, he argued, Congress and SP have shown their intent to destroy Hindus by reviving the spirit of Aurangzeb. However, he assured that the BJP will not allow this to happen.

 

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a public meeting in Karchana in support of BJP candidate Neeraj Tripathi contesting from Allahabad Lok Sabha constituency. He criticised the SP for embracing the mafia, noting that even after the murder of MLA Raju Pal in Prayagraj, SP shamelessly supported the criminals. He urged the SP to refrain from politics for 25 years as a penance for their association with the mafia. He mocked the SP’s poor turnout in Phulpur, mentioning that their leaders left due to the lack of public support.

 

Yogi Adityanath highlighted that next year’s Mahakumbh in Prayagraj will see a transformed city, now a smart city with a police commissionerate. He assured that the construction of the Ganga Expressway, connecting to Delhi, will be completed before the Mahakumbh. He accused Congress and SP of neglecting Vindhyavasini Dham, Chitrakoot Dham, and other religious sites, claiming they are more focused on benefiting Pakistan and supporting terrorists.

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