CM Yogi Addresses Public Meeting in Support of BJP Candidate Ram Shankar Katheria

Yogi Adityanath Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh

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Auraiya: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, during a public gathering in support of BJP candidate Ram Shankar Katheria, criticized the previous regimes of Congress, SP, and BSP, accusing them of neglecting the poor and promoting corruption and terrorism.

Speaking at Janta Mahavidyalaya, Ajitmal in Auraiya, CM Yogi emphasized the developmental initiatives undertaken by PM Modi’s government, contrasting it with the alleged failures of past administrations. He highlighted the improved security situation in the country under Modi’s leadership, citing Pakistan’s reluctance to be associated with terrorist activities.

Yogi urged the audience to support BJP candidate Ram Shankar Katheria, while also questioning the credibility of the Congress-SP alliance, labeling it as a ‘betrayal to the country’. He criticized the opposition parties for their purported attempts to divide society along religious lines and undermine the rights of marginalized communities.

The Chief Minister also addressed issues such as reservation policies, inheritance tax proposals, and religious freedoms, accusing the Congress and SP of promoting divisive agendas.

Asserting BJP’s commitment to upholding Indian traditions and implementing uniform civil laws, CM Yogi expressed confidence in the party’s electoral prospects in Uttar Pradesh, claiming victory in all 80 seats.

The event was attended by several Yogi government ministers, BJP leaders, and supporters, including Rakesh Sachan, Ajit Pal, Geeta Shakya, and Ram Shankar Katheria himself.

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