CM Yogi said, ‘When there is a government of SP, BSP and Congress, they do not have time from their family, they work for the terrorists, which the SP government had done in 2012. The root of terrorism was planted in Jammu and Kashmir in 1952 by the Congress in the form of Article 370.
- CM Yogi targeted the opposition
- Told people the difference between BJP and SP rule
- ‘Congress planted the root of terrorism by imposing Article 370’
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh (UP) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday hit out at the opposition parties and said that in the SP government, false cases were registered against Hindus, Ram devotees were fired and The aarti of terrorists was performed.
- ‘BJP waived loans of farmers’
Addressing the people of Chouhan society in the ‘Samaji Pratinidhi Sammelan’ organized by the Backward Front of the BJP on Friday, Yogi said, ‘When our government was formed, the first task was for the loan waiver of the farmers. But the first decision of the SP government in 2012 was to withdraw the case from the terrorists.
- ‘Congress has planted the root of terrorism’
He further said, ‘When there is a government of SP, BSP and Congress, they do not have time from their family, they work for the terrorists, which the SP government had done in 2012. The root of terrorism was planted in Jammu and Kashmir in 1952 by the Congress in the form of Article 370.
- ‘SP-BSP workers used to loot in police stations’
Yogi said that the memory of the medieval period was reminiscent of the SP government when temples and monasteries were attacked. Workers of Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) used to loot in police stations, tehsils and police stations and tehsils were sold. Appealing to make people aware in favor of BJP for the Legislative Assembly elections to be held early next year in the state, Yogi said, ‘There is a need to go from village to village to awaken the light that why BJP government is necessary, BJP If the government is there, then no one will be able to dare to riot in the state, no mafia will be able to occupy the land and if it does, then the state government’s bulldozer will be seen running on its chest.
- ‘Backward Classes Commission did not get status’
The CM told the people of Chouhan society that after independence why no governor could become a governor from his society and after the formation of the BJP government, Fagu Chauhan became the first governor from the Chauhan society. He said that Dara Singh Chauhan has been working relentlessly for the last four and a half years as a minister and Prabhunath Chauhan of the society was made the vice-chairman of the Backward Classes Commission. Putting the previous governments in the dock, Yogi said, ‘Why the Backward Classes Commission was not getting constitutional status because the intentions of the previous governments were bad. She did not want that the Dalit, backward and poor should get happiness. The previous governments did not want that every house should have cooking gas, every house should have electricity, these people gave disease to every house.
- ‘No apology to those who fired at Ram devotees’
The Chief Minister said that while Mulayam Singh Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav were MPs from Azamgarh, no development work was done. He said, ‘Had there been a BJP government in 1990, it would have fired bullets at Ram Bhakts. Will you forgive those who opened fire on Ram devotees, Lord Ram will not forgive.’ He said, “The construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya is a moment of pride for us. The construction of a temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya is an opportunity for 135 crore Indians to raise their heads before the world.
- BJP made UP a riot free state
The Chief Minister said that the government is fulfilling its promises one by one and it is also your responsibility to go to each and every family and say that BJP is necessary in the interest of the country. Yogi appreciated the work of the Prime Minister and said that during the Kovid period, the leaders of SP and Congress did the work of misleading the people. He said that the BJP respects the faith and makes a riot-free state apart from taking strict action against professional mafia and criminals. Forest Minister Dara Singh Chouhan and Backward Classes Welfare Minister Anil Rajbhar also addressed the conference.