SP tried to withdraw cases against terrorists, insulted Ram: Adityanath

Hardoi (Uttar Pradesh). Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday alleged that the Samajwadi Party (SP) was interested in withdrawing the cases of terrorists during its rule and insulted Lord Ram. Adityanath, while addressing a public meeting organized in Mallawan, Hardoi in support of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and candidate Ashok Rawat from Misrikh, alleged that these people (SP) have destroyed Ayodhya, CRPF camp in Rampur, Sankatmochan temple in Kashi, An attempt was made to withdraw the cases of terrorists who attacked the courts of Lucknow, Ayodhya and Varanasi.

According to the Chief Minister, then the High Court had said that today you are withdrawing the cases of terrorists, tomorrow you will award them the Padma Award. He said that the two-phase elections proved that this time the target of crossing 400 will be achieved and Uttar Pradesh will make the biggest contribution in this. Describing a series of achievements, Adityanath said, “A new development journey is going on in the new India. Under the leadership of Modi ji, double the number of highways that were built till 1947 have been built in 10 years. Double airports have been built. Congress built only one AIIMS, six AIIMS were built by Atal ji and 15 AIIMS were built by Modi ji.”

The Chief Minister cited the provision of free ration to 80 crore people as proof of the government’s commitment towards the welfare of the poor. He claimed that Hardoi and Sitapur have made a lot of progress in terms of construction of houses and toilets. Yogi said that Ram temple has been constructed in Ayodhya under the ‘double engine’ government.

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