In an effective voter interaction program organized at Ramlila Maidan of Pilkhua in Hapur, chief minister Yogi Adityanath, without naming Akhilesh and Jayant Chaudhary, said that the pair of two boys is coming to the state. The rioters who had entered their secret locations for the last five years are now showing heat by coming out, their heat will completely go out on March 10.
While remembering the contribution of Dhaulana in the freedom struggle, Yogi said that the sacrifice made by the revolutionaries of Dhaulana in the first freedom war of India cannot be forgotten.
Targeting the Samajwadi Party, Yogi Adityanath said that the thinking of the SP government was like that of a rioter. “Prior to 2017, our daughters could not go to school, there was chaos. Development plans were stuck. The poor could not get the benefits of schemes. The money issued for the development work is used to be imprisoned behind the walls in the house of the perfumer,” he said.
CM Adityanath further said the Muzaffarnagar riots, Saharanpur riots, Bareilly, Moradabad and even Lucknow used to have riots under the nose of the chief minister. But no action was taken against them. The Samajwadi Party government was with the rioters, not with the riot victims.
Referring to Muzaffarnagar double murder, the CM said that Sachin and Gaurav were brutally murdered by the goons who grew up under the protection of SP. Yogi said that these people tried to mislead the poor.
He also said that Uttar Pradesh is number one today in the country with 26 crores vaccinated. Yogi further said that when the youth used to get jobs, uncle and nephew used to go out for recovery. The youth of Uttar Pradesh are now getting jobs with transparency.
“The government is the one that gives solutions to every problem of the people. To solve the problem of employment of youth and security of women it is the government’s duty. Those who could not provide basic electricity in their time, are now talking about giving free electricity,” he said.
Yogi further appealed to the people of Uttar Pradesh to vote in favour of Dharmesh Tomar, the candidate of Dhaulana assembly constituency.