Previous govts supported curfews, imposed ban on Kanwar Yatras: Yogi

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Previous govts supported curfews, imposed ban on Kanwar Yatras: Yogi

Wednesday, 03 April 2024 | PNS | Lucknow



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Accusing the SP-Congress alliance of tarnishing the state’s reputation and instigating chaos, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that these people previously spread anarchy, supported curfews, and imposed a ban on Kanwar Yatras.
He contrasted their tenure, marked by bomb explosions, with his government’s commitment to peaceful Kanwar Yatras. “Inke samay gundey jagah-jagah bam visfot karte the, lekin humne kaha ki Uttar Pradesh mein bambazi nahi, har-har bam-bam hoga’, he added.
Addressing a Prabuddh Varg Sammelan in Budaun, the CM said, “We need to unite for a new India under PM Narendra Modi’s leadership. He has carried out tasks which seemed impossible, including the ban on triple talaq, the removal of Article 370, and the construction of Ayodhya temple where Lord Ram is now seated.”
He appealed to people to vote in favour of BJP’s Lok Sabha candidates — Durvijay Singh from Budaun and Dharmendra Kashyap from Aonla. Many people also joined the BJP during the programme.
The CM remarked, “At the mere mention of Durvijay Singh Shakya from Budaun, the SP candidates begin to flee. One came and left, while others are also contemplating running away.”
Urging people to give the third term to the Modi government, the chief minister said that India has become the fifth-largest economy under the leadership of PM Modi.
“India will emerge as a major global power and position itself as the world’s third-largest economy in the first three years of the third term of the Modi government,” he claimed.
He said that it would lay the foundation for a developed India. “A developed Uttar Pradesh is necessary for a developed India, and a developed Budaun is crucial for a developed Uttar Pradesh,” Yogi said.
He highlighted that in the past, those who voiced support for the Ram Janmabhoomi cause were met with violence, but over the last decade, terrorism, extremism, and Naxalism have significantly diminished, while numerous welfare schemes have started to uplift the underprivileged.
The CM said that the present government inaugurated the compressed biogas plant in Dataganj two months ago, and now, the inauguration of the Ganga Expressway is being awaited. “Its construction is happening on a war footing. The Ganga Expressway is going to become the backbone of the economy here,” he added.
“It will bring lakhs of jobs and employment opportunities. It will enhance your connectivity. After its construction, one can reach Prayagraj and Delhi from Budaun in just three hours. Industrial clusters will also be developed. This work cannot be done by the people of SP or BSP,” Yogi said.
The CM said that this election is about ‘mafia rule’ versus ‘the rule of law’. He asked the people whether anyone else had suffered more than Budaun from the mafia who thrived under the protection of power and oppressed the poor.
“On one side are those who distribute the benefits of schemes by looking at faces, and on the other side are those who believe in ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’. This election will be between ‘swarth ka parivar’ and ‘Modi ka parivar.’  ‘Swarth ka parivar’ refers to the SP and Congress, which are family-oriented parties, while 140 crore Indians are ‘Modi ka parivar’,” Yogi concluded.

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