Those creating chaos to be dealt firmly: Yogi over anti-CAA protest
Uttar Pradesh

Those creating chaos to be dealt firmly: Yogi over anti-CAA protest

Agency News

Agra, Jan 23 : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that in a democracy, everyone has the right to speak in a democratic way. "Those who create chaos should not be under any kind of illusion. The government has a solution to every problem.

The government will recover the losses from those who damaged public property," he said. The Chief Minister was addressing a public meeting organized at Kothi Meena Bazaar here on Thursday. He said that those who, on the signal of PFI and SIMI destroyed the public property, have now realized that their assets will be confiscated. Now, these people are trying to ruin the atmosphere by putting their women and children ahead, the CM said.

The Chief Minister said that previous governments used to plead with miscreants by touching their feet. Presently, the politics of all the opposition parties has came to an end, that's why they are trying to spread confusion. The opposition parties created their vote bank on these issues, but under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, all the issues have been resolved, he added.

The Chief Minister said that it is our responsibility to make the people aware of the reality so that they can connect themselves with the current programme of 'Rashtriya Punnanirmaan' and 'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat'. The opposition is upset with the abrogation of Article 370 from Kashmir. The opposition is speaking the language of Pakistan, the CM said.

The Chief Minister said that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is connected with India's heritage. It has been the tradition of India to protect the people who come for shelter. The CAA is a law for granting citizenship, not for taking citizenship away.

The opposition must understand its reality. He said that the 500-years long pending demand of constructing Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya has been paved under the able leadership of PM Modi. Addressing the public meeting, BJP National President JP Nadda said that there is no need to be afraid of the CAA.

This is the law of the people. India has only suffered in the last several years because of the decisions taken after independence. Taking a dig at the Congress, he said the Congress is provoking Muslims on the citizenship issue. Challenging Rahul Gandhi, he said that if he speaks even 10 lines on CAA, then we will acknowledge him. He further said that the Congress is conspiring to fan rioting in the state and the country. Congress leaders have supported those who spread violence.

The party is upset and their leaders have given statements in the language of Pakistan, he said. (UNI)