Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Friday said that SP, BSP and Congress are competing for power in Uttar Pradesh without any basis among the people.
He said the mafias, which flourished during the previous governments in Uttar Pradesh, were put behind bars during Yogi Adityanath’s government, and added that there was a sense of security in the state.
Participating in various programs on ‘Seva Diwas’ in Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur, Naqvi told reporters that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is taking “stern action against goons and mafia”, due to which “his political defenders get hurt the most”. has been”.
For the people of the state, it is a choice between “criminals hirsat (detention for criminals)” versus “criminals ki hifazat (protection for criminals)”.
The people of Uttar Pradesh are living with a sense of security under the Adityanath government, but this has left those who were “rising to the throne of power sitting on the shoulders of these goons and mafia”, Naqvi was quoted as saying. had gone. From a statement from his office.
The Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and Congress are in a power race among the masses without any basis, he said, adding that they are fighting to become “zamindars without land”.
Naqvi said that Indian politics has taken a positive turn due to the politics of performance, good governance and commitment to integrity being followed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But those political parties that are confined to the “family nest” can neither understand nor accept this positive change in politics, Naqvi said.
The Minister said that Prime Minister Modi is synonymous with determination, dedication and development without any discrimination. Naqvi said that Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath have played the role of “sankat mochan” during the coronavirus pandemic and have led the fight against the pandemic from the front.
Modi’s commitment to the health and well-being of the people has ensured that India, despite having a large population, comes out of the coronavirus pandemic firmly.
Naqvi said that the world’s largest corona virus vaccination campaign is going on in India where more than 77 crore doses have been given so far. Naqvi participated in various programs in Rampur as part of ‘Seva Diwas’ organized to celebrate the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He also visited a vaccination center in Dhamora, Rampur, where he encouraged people to get vaccinated and contribute to the campaign to make India coronavirus free. The minister felicitated the farmers and retired army personnel at the District Co-operative Bank of Rampur. He also honored women for their exceptional work during the pandemic.