Nitin Gadkari compares CM Yogi with Lord Krishna

Gorakhpur: Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, praised Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, for maintaining peace and order in the region, noting that the state is seeing rapid growth thanks to a flood of investments.

On Monday in Gorakhpur, Gadkari laid the cornerstone and officially opened 18 projects of the National Roads Authority of India (NHAI).

Speaking to the crowd on the occasion,  Gadkari said that “under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh would soon emerge as the most wealthy state.”

According to the Union Minister, “Ramrajya” is being developed to end poverty and guarantee the wellbeing of the general population.

While applauding the Uttar Pradesh chief minister for law and order and development,  Gadkari continued to equate Yogi Adityanath to Lord Krishna.

He stated: “Just as Lord Krishna said in the Bhagwad Gita, he takes in human form to defend the populace anytime the influence of bad tendencies, destructive to society, unjust, and dictatorial people develops. Similar to this, Yogi Ji has fought back against wicked forces in Uttar Pradesh to save the common man.”

Remembering his prior claims that UP roads will be made to resemble those in the US, the Union Minister said that since 2014, the length of national highways in Uttar Pradesh has quadrupled, and by the end of 2024, road projects in the state would cost $5 lakh crore.

The Union Minister of Road Transport provided comprehensive information on the finished, ongoing, and prospective National Highways projects in Uttar Pradesh.

Gadkari said, “The inauguration of these projects or the laying of their foundation stones on Baba Gorakshnath’s sacred land would promote investment in Uttar Pradesh and advance industrial growth. There will be more chances for work. Under the direction of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, we are dedicated to the total development of Uttar Pradesh through constructing national roads.”

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