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Congress Promoted ‘Naxalism and Terrorism’ for Political Gains: Yogi Adityanath

Congress must apologize to the country for insulting the poor, said Yogi Adityanath.


Congress cannot stomach the sons of the poor, Dalits and backward classes reaching the highest posts in the country, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Friday, a day after Rahul Gandhi was convicted in a criminal libel for his “last name Modi” remark. .

Addressing a rally here attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he attacked the opposition party, saying it has always pursued ‘a policy of dividing the country’ and promoted ‘naxalism and terrorism’ to his political gains.

The Lok Sabha Secretariat has disqualified the Congress leader as MP for Wayanad in Kerala after he was found guilty in the 2019 case and sentenced to two years in prison on Thursday by a Surat court for his remark “How does all thieves have Modi as a common surname?” Following his disqualification, he could not run for office for eight years unless a higher court suspended his conviction and sentence.

“The nation has witnessed how former Congress Speaker Rahul Gandhi made a statement against the poor, backward and disadvantaged Dalits, throwing parliamentary decorum to the winds and stooping to the level of contempt of court “said the Chief Minister.

“Congress must apologize to the country for insulting the poor, the Dalits and the backward,” he said in his speech on the grounds of Sampurnanand Sanskrit University after the inauguration and laying ceremony. of the foundation stone of projects worth Rs 1,780 crore.

India chairs the G20, a group of the 20 most powerful countries in the world, and this is proof of India’s growing influence in the world, Mr Adityanath said.

“Not only the country, but the world sees the new power of India. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, India has set a new example before the world,” the chief minister said.

“While on the one hand the world feels proud of India’s progress and is eager to adopt its model (of development), on the other there are people who criticize the state despite its ruled it for generations,” he said.

Referring to Gandhi’s remarks in the UK, Mr Adityanath said ‘they have no qualms even about putting India in the dock when they go abroad’.

Regarding Congressional statements on electronic voting machines, he said: “Congress is questioning the EVMs with whom they had the privilege of forming government (at the Center) in 2004 and 2009.” “The party (Congress) is unhappy that India is developing. It is their habit to put barriers at all levels in every prime minister’s campaign,” the chief minister said.

“The Congress never thought about the development of the country. These people always tried to divide the country in the name of caste, religion and language. They set new records of corruption during their tenure,” said he declared.

Today, when India is going to shine globally, these people are hindering the country’s progress by defaming it, he said in reference to India hosting the G20 summit.

While Congress is increasing caste disharmony, today’s government has moved forward with the motto “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Prayas” over the past nine years without any discrimination, Mr Adityanath said.

Housing, toilets, rations, cooking gas and electrical connections to the poor are now being provided, he said and added that whether it is the Ayushman Bharat program or other development facilities , all this reaches everyone in the same way without any discrimination.

The Chief Minister said the Prime Minister came here today to give the city a new and big look through the projects.

He said that over the past nine years, projects worth Rs 35,000 crore have either been completed or are about to be inaugurated in Kashi alone. These will be dedicated to the people of Kashi during Modi’s next visit, Mr Adityanath said.

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