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Yogi attacks Rahul over Congress stand on terrorism

Yogi attacks Rahul over Congress stand on terrorism

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 Mar 2019, 09:39 pm

Gorakhpur, Mar 26 (UNI): Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday said Congress president Rahul Gandhi should express his stand on terrorism as his party’s candidate was seen shouting slogans in favour of Pakistan in Kashmir.

"If the charges are true Rahul Gandhi should ask for apology from the country," Yogi said while addressing BJP’s Vijay Sankalp rally here.

Yogi said: "The Congress national president announced Minimum Guarantee Scheme of Rs 72,000 for BPL families calling it will be a surgical strike on their poverty. This means that Congress admits that the slogan of 'Garibi hatao' given by Rahul’s grandmother almost 40 years back was just a joke and has failed to eradicate poverty."

The Prime Minister has already provided health insurance of Rs five lakh to every poor family member, Rs 51,000 for every girl under Mukhyamantri Samoohik Vivah Yojana, Rs. 2.5 lakh for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (urban) and Rs 20,000 for toilet construction and Rs 1.2 lakh for PMAY (rural), he said.

"In the last 60 years, Congress regimes could give gas connection to 1.3 crore people but the Modi-led government has provided connections to 13 crore people in just five years," Yogi said.

Modi had laid the foundation of development in 2014 and he intends to take it forward with the same enthusiasm in 2019, he further said. "The PM is fulfilling the dreams of the freedom fighters.”

Taking a jibe at Rahul and Priyanka, Yogi said some people remember God and start temple hopping only during election time. They sit in temples in the manner of offering namaz.

In connection of construction of the Ram temple, the Chief Minister said SP, BSP and Congress are responsible for the delay in the construction.

"The parties have lined up advocates in order to create hindrance in Supreme Court hearing. Congress leader Kapil Sibal had filed an appeal in the apex court stating that the hearing should not begin before 2019," Yogi said.

The SP, BSP led-governments had auctioned sugar mills at throwaway prices making cane farmers bankrupt and his government had cleared the pending dues of Rs 57,800 crore, he added.


 

Yogi attacks Rahul over Congress stand on terrorism

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