Amit Shah lays foundation stone of Azamgarh State University

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Azamgarh, Nov 13 : Home Minister Amit Shah laid the foundation stone of the state university in Azamgarh on Saturday.

This university will be named after Suheldev. After that, he addressed the public meeting where he fiercely attacked the opposition parties.

Amit Shah while addressing the public meeting said today the foundation stone of the university is being laid in Azamgarh, the city which was known worldwide as a haven of fundamentalist thinking and terrorism under the SP rule. Today the same land is going to be the ‘Dham of Mother Saraswati’.

The Home Minister said the BJP had said in its manifesto in 2017 that 10 new universities would be built. Today the work of setting up 10 universities has been completed. We had promised to build 40 medical colleges and will fulfill this promise very soon.

He said in Uttar Pradesh, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made many changes. Before 2017, Uttar Pradesh was the sixth economy of the country, now it is the second-largest economy of the country. The GDP of the state was 10,90,000 crores, today work has been done to increase it to 21,31,000 crores.

Amit Shah said the Yogi government has done the work of freeing Uttar Pradesh from mafia raj. Azamgarh is an example of this. People were migrating from Kairana. Girls were not able to get higher education. Today, the mafia raj has been eradicated from Uttar Pradesh. Now here is the rule of law.

The Home Minister also explained the meaning of ‘JAM’ regarding which he said that in the BJP government, JAM means ‘Jan Dhan Bank Account’, ‘A-Aadhaar Card’, ‘M- Mobile to Every Man’. Whereas in Samajwadi Party, JAM stands for J – Jinnah, A – Azam Khan, M – Mukhtar Ansari.

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