During a speech at the Vijay Sankalp Sabha in Amer, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath rallied support for BJP candidate Satish Poonia, Deputy Leader of Opposition in the Assembly. He underscored the significance of the upcoming elections and addressed various topics ranging from religious sentiments to development.
Adityanath emphasized the importance of the elections, stating that those who questioned the existence of Lord Ram should reassess their own existence. He highlighted the ongoing construction of the Ram temple, which is set to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 22, 2024, stating that after 500 years, Ram Lalla will be enshrined in the grand temple. He urged voters to elect Poonia and pledged arrangements for constituents to visit Ayodhya after the temple's inauguration.
Regarding governance, he compared the situation in Rajasthan to Uttar Pradesh, mentioning crackdowns on various mafias and the absence of riots during his tenure. Adityanath credited this to effective governance, highlighting that religious events now happen peacefully in Uttar Pradesh.
He criticized the Congress, labeling it as the cause of several problems in the country, including terrorism, Naxalism, and separatism. Adityanath credited the BJP, led by Modi, for resolving issues like terrorism post the abolishment of Article 370 and claimed the BJP's successful handling of the pandemic through vaccine development.
Additionally, he alleged that under Congress rule, Rajasthan faced setbacks in terms of development, citing increased crime, cow slaughter, women's atrocities, and corruption.
Adityanath's speech encompassed electoral appeals, developmental accomplishments, and criticisms of the Congress, aiming to rally support for the BJP candidate and highlight the BJP's achievements while portraying the Congress as responsible for various societal challenges.
(With Agency Inputs)