Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath fiercely targeted the opposition during a farmers’ conference held in Bareilly. He said that the opposition does not like the progress of farmers.
During the one-hour speech, the CM also attacked Pakistan. Referring to Jammu and Kashmir, CM said, if the people of Bareilly, Shahjahanpur and Badaun could not build houses in Jammu even if they wanted, Modi and the Home Minister removed Section 370 and opened the way for everyone.
CM Yogi said that the opposition is troubled by the fact that a Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya. The second problem is that why Section 370 was removed from Jammu and Kashmir.
He said “It was said that four families used to digest the entire budget of Jammu and Kashmir, the people there could not get its benefit. To eliminate the roots of terrorism and separatism in Jammu and Kashmir, Section 370 was required to be abolished”.
He said that the new agricultural laws will bring a big change in the lives of farmers. During the Kisan Sammelan, the Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone and inaugurated projects worth 975 crore.
Due to dense fog, the Chief Minister, who arrived at the farmers’ conference about 1 hour late, said that in 2014 the country was lagging all over the world, but now it is moving forward under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. He said that when the world was troubled by Corona, farmers were preparing crops in the fields, but now the Prime Minister’s opponents are misleading the farmers.
He said that the BJP government has started the construction of Lord Ram’s temple, Ram’s name goes on from birth to the last journey. Ram temple was an issue related to public sentiment, BJP has solved this issue hundreds of years old, but some people do not like to become Ram temple.
The Chief Minister said that the future of sugarcane farmers in the state will be bright. The government is also trying to ensure that farmers get the value of straw along with paddy. Market is being linked to technology. Money is going directly to the farmers’ accounts.