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Prayagraj, May 2 : Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government is committed to the empowerment of people belonging to every section of society and did not believe in divisive politics of appeasement practiced by the opposition parties.
Addressing a public meeting in Prayagraj as part of the civic elections campaign, Yogi said that the government is moving forward with the basic principle of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’.
He said, “The opposition parties did appeasement politics, which naturally involved discrimination and created divisions in society, but we worked for the development of all. Today, UP is achieving new heights under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by moving forward with a nationalist thinking, shedding dynastic and casteist mentality.”
The CM said that India’s prestige in the world has increased under the leadership of PM Modi, mentioning in this context India getting the presidency of G-20 countries. On the changed atmosphere in UP, he said that the state would be known for being the hub of IT skills in future rather than for its country made firearms.
Urging people to vote for BJP’s mayoral candidate Umesh Chandra Ganesh Kesharwani, he said that the double engine government of BJP was providing free treatment under Ayushman Bharat Yojana, houses to the destitute under the PM Awas Yojana, toilets under Swachhata Mission and LPG cylinders under the Ujjwala scheme. “Besides, clean drinking water was also being provided from village to village Har Ghar Nal scheme of Jal Jeevan Mission,” he said.
Yogi said that the state government has fulfilled its promise of providing 24-hour electricity and has removed darkness from villages, streets, and houses. “Before 2017, people used to tremble with fear and terror during festivals, but today there is happiness in UP,” he said.
He said, “Today everything is fine in UP; there is no curfew and no rioting in the state. This happened because of the government’s zero tolerance policy towards criminals.”
The CM said, “People, who used to extort money from traders and captured property of the poor in the past, move around with placards around their necks today with their heads hanging in shame. Traders no longer face extortions and are getting a security insurance policy of Rs 10 lakh through the Traders Welfare Board.”