Yogi blames opposition as corrupt leaders
Yogi blames opposition as corrupt leaders

Yogi blames opposition as corrupt leaders


A day after BJP got electoral drubbing in Kairana and Noorpur, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday said that corrupt political leaders have ganged up against nationalist leader like Narendra Modi.

Addressing a public meeting here, Yogi Adityanath said, “All the political parties have united against BJP. The party like Congress which is neck deep in corruption and casteist parties like Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) have joined hands against BJP. This is a bad sign for the country because these parties are trying to thwart the progress of the country,” Yogi said in a public meeting held at Numaish Ground.

He inaugurated and laid the foundation of projects worth Rs 654 crore in Etawah which ranged from building infrastructure to providing social security to the poor people of the region.

He directly did not talk about party’s defeat in the by-elections but indirectly pointed barbs at Samajwadi Party saying previous governments thrived on `parivarvaad’ and jaati vaad’. This should end. All the residents of the state are equal. The welfare schemes are meant for all and the fruits of these schemes should reach people of all caste and creed, Yogi said.

“Our Government has a vision to develop Etawah as a tourist destination. The local products will be promoted under One District One Product scheme in which the youth will get job at their door steps. The exodus of youth from villages to cities will stop and the region will make a mark,” he said adding “This region will not be epitomized as the region belonging to one family and one clan.”

He said that his government has started many schemes for the welfare of masses. Youth will get job on the basis of their talent. Government is going to increase the honorarium of Instructors. Soon we will take a decision to increase payments of aanganwadi workers and Asha karykartas. The Shiksha Mitra will be absorbed as teachers very soon, he said. (UNI)