Bulldozer will roll again after March 10: Yogi

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LUCKNOW, FEB 17 (UNI):-Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during a public meeting in support of BJP candidate Rajeshwar Singh from Sarojini Nagar assembly seat in Lucknow on Thursday.

Mainpuri, (UNI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday accused Samajwadi Party of withdrawing cases against terrorists and said the bulldozer has been sent for repairing and will be used again after March 10 to teach a lesson to the criminals and goons.

Addressing a rally at Karhal, Yogi said, “Stern action has been taken against the criminals in the five years. Bulldozer has been sent for repair and it will start rolling again after March 10 when the poll process is complete and Bharatiya Janata Party (BSP) forms the government again with a thumping majority.”

It may be noted that BJP’s SP Singh Baghel is contesting against Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav on Karhal seat.

Yogi accused SP workers of intimidating BJP workers and supporters in Karhal. “I have heard of SP’s henchmen intimidating BJP workers and supporters here. These ‘dhamkibazs’ will not stay for long. There will again be rule of law and people will witness it,” he said.

Without taking names he also took a jibe at SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. “When the SP candidate came here for nomination he had said that he will come again to take the certificate of his victory, but our candidate SP Singh Baghel forced him and he had to return within five days,” he said.

He said Akhilesh got elected for Lok Sabha from Azamgarh, but he could not muster courage to contest assembly polls from there. “Akhilesh was elected from Azamgarh, but he was not even there even once during the corona period. So he could not muster courage to contest the election from there. He thought he should grab the legacy of ‘Netaji’ (SP patron Mulayam Singh Yadav),” he said.

Yogi said, “Yesterday I saw a picture and I laughed and felt sorry at the same time. Shivpal Singh Yadav, who was once a leader of the masses and most trusted lieutenant of Mulayam Singh Yadav was not given a seat during the rally in Mainpuri. He was forced to adjust on the arm of a chair. This is how Akhilesh has ruined Shivpal.”

Importantly, Mulayam held a rally to seek support for his son Akhilesh and other SP candidates in Karhal on Thursday.

The CM said, “Netaji is very smart. He knows that the people of Karhal have made up their minds and have decided that SP Singh Baghel will be their leader. So yesterday Netaji ony said decide and elect your MLA. There was one person prompting him to take the name. But Netaji said I don’t know who is contesting from here. This is the situation where a father does not understand his son’s name.”

He said SP does not like development. “For them ‘Sabka Saath’ and development of Saifai family is the slogan. Their sympathies were not towards the poor, development of the villages, employment to the youths and prosperity of the farmers,” he said.

Yogi said, “When SP came to power its first decision was to withdraw cases against the terrorists, who attacked on Ram Janmbhoomi, those who attacked Sankat Mochan temple and accused of serial blasts in the courts. When BJP came to power our first decision was to waive off loans of 86 lakh farmers to the tune of Rs 36,000 crore.”

He said previously when anyone became CM or minister, he used to construct bungalows for himself. “I want to ask the SP, it formed the government four times in UP, but failed to provide houses to the poor. We have provided houses to 45.5 lakh poor in the state.

Yogi said  SP regime Saifai Mahotsava was organised whereas in Bharatiya Janata  Party (BJP) festivals having mythological and ancient identities were being celebrated. “During the SP regime Saifai Mahotsava was organised. There was no tune, no colour, no emotion and no language in it. Nobody knows what’s happening in it. In our government festivals having mythological and ancient identities are being held. ‘Deepotsav’ is celebrated in Ayodhya, colourful ‘Rangotsav’ in Mathura and Vrindavan and ‘Dev Deepawali’ in Kashi.”

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