Basti (UP): BJP President JP Nadda on Monday accused the previous Samajwadi Party government of misusing funds for various welfare schemes, claiming that the same money is now directly reaching the accounts of beneficiaries under the Yogi Adityanath regime.
Addressing a rally to mark the conclusion of the Jan Vishwas Yatra – BJP’s election campaign tour launched last month, Mr Nadda also took pride in the “advancement” of “cultural nationalism” by his party, calling his opponents “forcing”. ” Did. Dress.
those who did not know the meaning of ‘Aachman‘- a Hindu’ ritual of purification by sprinkling holy water — and the manner of drinking ‘charanamritHe said that after bathing at the feet of the deity the water turned into nectar – now the bells have started ringing in the temples and his forehead is covered with sandalwood paste.
Dismissing his allegation of embezzlement of welfare scheme funds during the tenure of the previous SP government, Mr Nadda said, “The difference is now clear in UP. The money from (different) schemes, now goes directly into the accounts of the people. But during the Akhilesh Yadav government, the money used to go for his (Akhilesh) consumption.”
“The Akhilesh Yadav government had promised laptops to the youth. For this 15 lakh laptops were bought but only 6.25 lakh were distributed,” he said. He said, “Where did the rest of the laptop go?”
Yogi government has given one lakh laptops and smartphones to the youth. Laptops and smartphones will be given to one crore youth in future.
Accusing the previous SP government of sympathizing with terrorists and criminals, Mr. Nadda said, “Akhilesh ji withdrew cases to save 15 terrorists. But the court did not allow it. Four of them were killed. The punishment was given and the rest were sentenced to life imprisonment.”
“Do you want a government that protects terrorists?” He asked the people at the rally with a loud “no” call.
In the midst of the upcoming assembly elections, amid farmers’ anger over the three central agriculture laws that have now been repealed, Mr Nadda also accused both the previous SP and BSP governments of being indifferent to the plight of farmers, including those cultivating sugarcane.
“The Adityanath government alone paid Rs 1.4 lakh crore to sugarcane farmers, while under Mayawati’s regime 21 sugar mills were sold at throwaway prices and 18 were closed,” he claimed.
“During Akhilesh Yadav’s regime, 11 sugar mills were closed, while the Yogi government started three new sugar mills and increased the number of running sugar mills to 54,” he said.
Claiming to be the unifying force amidst the alleged divisive agenda of the opposition through vote bank politics of appeasement, Mr Nadda said his party talks of inclusive development but the opposition is determined to pursue its agenda. Takes the name of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Nadda said, “People involved in vote bank politics are in disarray today. This is because Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ended it and started the politics of development. Casteism, regionalism, dynasty and appeasement should be demolished now.” Has gone.”
Mr Nadda made the remarks while addressing one of the two rallies to mark the conclusion of the party’s Jan Vishwas Yatra, which was flagged off on December 20 by a galaxy of six senior BJP leaders from six different places in Uttar Pradesh. it was done.
BJP’s election campaign tours were to reach out to the people in all 403 assembly constituencies of the state and win their trust ahead of the upcoming elections.
After crossing the entire state for almost a fortnight, now all the six streams of yatra are terminating at different places in the state.
The BJP began its election campaign tour in replication of its Parivartan Yatra ahead of the 2017 UP assembly elections, in which it and its allies won 325 seats.
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