Friday, January 21st, 2022

UP Assembly Elections: Nadda, who reached Lucknow, praised the Yogi government, said- ‘BJP’s agenda is only for the welfare of the people’

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  • BJP President JP Nadda is on a two-day visit to UP
  • Nadda highly praised the work of Yogi government
  • Nadda said that Modi and Yogi government are friendly to farmers.

Enthusiasm has started in Uttar Pradesh for the assembly elections to be held next year. BJP National President JP Nadda is on a two-day visit to UP. On the first day on Saturday, he addressed the conference of Block Pramukhs and Zilla Panchayat Presidents in Lucknow. During this, he selectively counted the works of Modi and Yogi government. He said that doing good to the people is the agenda of BJP. Yogi government worked to strengthen democracy. The way in which he conducted three-tier panchayat elections in this epidemic. You will get all this in India only. This is the beauty of democracy here. During this, CM Yogi Adityanath was also present.

Nadda told the block chiefs and district panchayat presidents present in the conference that the public has elected you and sent you, you are not the leader of the people, you are the custodian of its faith. He must keep his faith. The BJP President also talked about the farmers on this occasion. He said that in the UPA government, Rs 1.21 lakh crore was spent on agriculture. But under Modi ji’s government Rs 2.11 lakh crore is being spent on agriculture. DAP which used to come for Rs 2400, today it comes for Rs 1200. You all have to tell people that Modi government is friendly to farmers.

Block Heads and Zilla Panchayat Presidents Conference

‘Farmers had to use sticks in Congress government’
The BJP President said that till date no government has respected the farmers. This is the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji, which has increased the value of farmers by giving them the amount of respect. In the earlier governments, farmers had to use sticks to get urea. Black marketing of urea has been stopped by giving neem coated urea to the farmers. These topics should be discussed among the farmers. No one had thought of farmers’ pension. Under the PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana, a monthly pension of Rs 3,000 is now available on attaining the age of 60 years. Isn’t this a big decision for the farmers?

‘One Nation One Card, Corona Testing, Vaccine… UP number one in all’
Nadda said that it was said about Uttar Pradesh that it is a state of riots, a state of frenzy. But, today there is investment, GDP has increased, second place in Ease of Doing Business. Uttar Pradesh is today the first state in the country where the maximum distribution of One Nation One Ration Card has been done. The BJP President said that earlier in Uttar Pradesh there is a rule of this caste, that particular caste used to have a rule, there was never a rule of the country and society. Today in Uttar Pradesh, only Yogi’s government has run for Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas. Today Uttar Pradesh is number one in Karona testing and is also at the fore in the country in giving vaccine doses.


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