Adityanath compares UP with Draupadi; urges people to break silence
Lakhimpur Kheri: Comparing Uttar Pradesh with the mythological character of Draupadi, Bharatiya Janata Party firebrand leader Yogi Adityanath on Thursday urged the UP people to break silence in a democracy when the state is going away from development.
“The people of Uttar Pradesh need not to sit silent in a democratic nation. Downtrodden should raise their voice against the ruling government for leaving them high and dry,” said Adityanath while addressing an election rally here.
Terming Samajwadi Party’s slogan ‘Kaam Bolta Hai’ as a poll gimmick, he questioned SP-Congress pact, saying, political enemies are now locked in a friendly embrace.
“SP has stepped into a sinking boat by forming an alliance with corrupt Congress party,” said Yogi.
What else Yogi Adityanath, BJP MP from Gorakhpur, said?
- SP and BSP left Uttar Pradesh face law and order crises.
- Akhilesh Yadav’s claims of construction of roads in villages and revamping rural power supply are funded by BJP-led NDA at the Centre.
- SP even withdrew cases against those who were involved in terrorist activities.
- In order to woo Muslim voters, SP and BSP are racing for giving more tickets to Muslim candidates.