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Those opposed to a secure India are back with conspiracy: Yogi


 Launching a scathing attack on the opposition parties, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday said that those who are against welfare and development initiatives, along with a secure India, are conspiring against the country once again.

Speaking at a public meeting in Agra, the CM said, “The result of your trust in the leadership of PM Modi in 2014 is that India’s respect has increased in the world. Our borders are now secure, and India has been freed from terrorism and Naxalism. Besides, significant development has taken place.”

He said, “The public is benefiting from welfare schemes without any bias. India seems to be emerging as the world’s largest economic power.”

Yogi urged the voters at Kothi Meena Bazaar to re-elect sitting Agra MP and BJP Lok Sabha candidate SP Singh Baghel, as well as Fatehpur Sikri MP and BJP candidate Rajkumar Chahar, to Parliament.

He highlighted that during the ‘Azadi ke Amrit Mahotsav year’, PM Narendra Modi had urged the nation to embrace Panch Pran (five pledges), which include ending the traces of slavery in India, respecting the heritage, and working together with every Indian to carry forward the concept of a self-reliant and developed India.

The CM said, “In contrast, Congress and SP harbour negative sentiments towards India. Members of the INDI alliance have a track record of betraying the nation and dividing society based on caste, region and language. After coming to power, they have made deliberate efforts to deprive Scheduled Castes, Tribes, Backward Castes, and the economically disadvantaged of their rights.”

He stressed the power of vote, pointing out that it has significantly transformed the country’s destiny and image in the last 10 years of the NDA government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Within a decade, we are witnessing the emergence of a ‘new India.’ PM Yogi is committed to realising a self-reliant and prosperous India,” he said.

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