Modi wave has now turned into a tsunami, says Yogi

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Modi wave has now turned into a tsunami, says Yogi

Tuesday, 14 May 2024 | PNS | Lucknow

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Monday, addressed public rallies in support of party candidates in Barabanki, Rae Bareli and Banda Lok Sabha constituencies. He launched a blistering attack on the Congress and Samajwadi Party for “misrule and anarchy” during their regimes and contrasted it with the inclusive development being carried out under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi across the country.

“The Modi wave has now turned into a tsunami with the voting in the fourth phase,” he added.

Questioning the connection between Rahul Gandhi and Pakistan, the chief minister said that although Rahul Gandhi seeks votes from Rae Bareli, he receives support from Pakistan.

Issuing a warning to the Congress, Chief Minister Yogi said, “‘Gai hamari mata hai, janam janam ka naata hai, ise kaatoge toh do-do haath ho jaega’ (cow is our mother and we won’t allow cow slaughter in the country).”

He also mentioned that people from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) were seeking reintegration with India for their unshakable confidence in Modi’s guarantee.

Addressing the public meeting in Haidargarh, Barabanki, the chief minister remarked that Congress and SP have a long history of scams and have set new benchmarks of corruption.

He added, “On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi has demonstrated inclusive governance, ensuring that the benefits of schemes reach every individual irrespective of their appearance or caste.”

Urging people to vote overwhelmingly for BJP candidate Rajrani Rawat, Yogi remarked, “Even our Lord Ram wants his great devotee to take charge of the country’s governance once again.”

The fourth phase of the Lok Sabha elections is currently in progress, covering 96 seats across 10 states of the country.”

Chief Minister Yogi remarked that the Modi wave, discernible in the third phase across the nation, had now gathered momentum akin to a tsunami in the fourth phase.

“The resounding chant of ‘Fir Ek Baar Modi Sarkar’ reverberates nationwide. Our global respect has increased, borders have been secured, and development work has progressed rapidly,’ Chief Minister Yogi added.

At a public gathering in Sareni, where he appealed for support for UP minister Dinesh Pratap Singh, the chief minister remarked, “Indian soldiers were martyred in Pulwama. A Pakistani minister supported that incident. Now, this minister is endorsing the Congress candidate in Rae Bareli. What exactly are Rahul Gandhi’s ties with Pakistan?”

Targeting Rahul Gandhi in the Gandhi bastion of Rae Bareli, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asserted that while they were campaigning for votes in Rae Bareli, they were getting backing from Pakistan.

The chief minister exuded confidence that Rae Bareli would not align with a person being supported by Pakistan.

Hitting out at the Congress manifesto, the chief minister said, “This is not a ‘nyay patra’ but rather an ‘anayay patra’ (letter of injustice) towards India. It is a blueprint of conspiracy against our nation. Within it, Congress discusses poverty alleviation. While the slogan ‘Gareebi Hatao’ originated from the grandmother, it is still being echoed by the grandson today. They propose combating poverty by imposing inheritance tax through property scrutiny. Congress is eying the property of your ancestors.”

While addressing a public rally in the Banda Lok Sabha constituency, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath highlighted that 80 crore people in the country were receiving free ration while a newspaper reported about violence erupting in Pakistan over a kilogram of flour, indicating ongoing unrest there.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath remarked that there was a clamour for integration with India among the populace of the Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, adding that the faith in Modi’s guarantee transcends borders.

In a vehement assault on the opposition, he stated, “Those who sing paeans to Pakistan on Indian soil, impeding country’s development and burdening its resources, should rather relocate there, beg and starve to death.”

Chief Minister Yogi noted that while the whole country supports Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the wave in his favour has turned into a tsunami, there is a negligible minority of ‘Ramdrohis’ and ‘Pakistan sympathisers’ who envy his  achievements.  

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed a public meeting in Naraini to seek support for RK Singh Patel, the ruling party’s candidate from Banda Lok Sabha constituency. He remarked: “A new, revitalised Bundelkhand has emerged in the new Uttar Pradesh of new India. The SP gave pistols to the youth while our government distributed tablets to them.”

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