U.P. will greet PM with garland of 80 beads (seats): Yogi

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U.P. will greet PM with garland of 80 beads (seats): Yogi

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister, expressed confidence on Monday that the NDA will win all 80 of Uttar Pradesh's seats in the next Lok Sabha elections.

According to the chief minister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will receive a garland of "eighty beads" from the state this time.

Speaking at the Prabudha Sammelan in Bulandshahr, Chief Minister Yogi bemoaned the state's state of affairs under previous administrations, claiming that they had adopted a "riot policy" that had unleashed a reign of terror in the area, endangering the safety of both daughters and businesspeople and damaging the city's reputation.

According to Chief Minister Yogi, things have shifted from the former governments' suppression of public opposition to the current state's calm and quiet, where the populace rejoiced in their newfound security and criminals were feeling the heat.

He said that Bulandshahr has had a tremendous trip on the path of prosperity under the double engine government and is renowned as the birthplace of the late Kalyan Singh, the former chief minister.

He asserted that Bulanshahr's history dates back to the time of the Mahabharata. It is a land that Yamuna and Mother Ganga have blessed. However, the past administrations' pro-crime policies made it a haven of terror and crime.

Yogi emphasized the significance of voting wisely, saying that each vote has the potential to either sow discord or promote religious tolerance while enhancing opportunities for employment.

According to a traditional song, this year's Holi Khele Raghuveera Awadh Mein marks the 500th anniversary of Lord Ram's (Raghuveera) joy at the festival of colors in Ayodhya. According to the CM, this demonstrates how things that were once thought to be impossible are now possible.

The chief minister thanked the people of Bulandshahr from the bottom of his heart and praised the party's consistent support from the area in all of the region's elections since 2017.

The accomplishments of One District One Product (ODOP) were emphasized by the chief minister. He claimed that Khurja's well-known china business had won praise from all over the world.

The chief minister claimed that Bulandshahr is progressing due to the building of the Ganga Expressway and a medical college nearby.

The chief minister encouraged the thinkers to mentally get society ready for a shift in perspective.

He regretted how past administrations' divisive strategies had fostered the seeds of division based on caste, creed, and religion, ultimately rupturing the social fabric.

The chief minister praised the state for its contribution to the national economy, noting that UP was now drawing investments from all over the world and that Bulandshahr alone was receiving an astounding ₹40,000 crore in funding.

In order to secure Bhola Singh's win, the chief minister urged party members to canvass neighborhoods in support of Singh.

BJP state minister Chandramohan Singh, district president Vikas Chauhan, current MP and MP candidate Bhola Singh, MLA Devendra Singh Lodhi, Pradeep Chaudhary, Sanjay Sharma, Chandrapal Singh, Anil Sharma, district panchayat president Dr. Antul Tewatia, Jaipal Singh, Himanshu Mittal, Yogendra Chaudhary, RLD district president Pankaj Pradhan, and presidents of municipal bodies were among those in attendance on the occasion.