Some forces working hard to tarnish the reputation of India: CM Yogi

Lucknow: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, said on Sunday that certain individuals are criticising India on foreign soil as the country’s influence on international platforms grows, in a thinly veiled jibe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his recent comments in London.

“Those who are denouncing Indian democracy now are the same individuals who left no stone unturned to strangle democracy itself when they were given a chance,” Adityanath stated without naming any name.

Speaking at a gathering in Gorakhpur, he stated that although Prime Minister Narendra Modi is promoting the nation internationally, other individuals are “trying to trash” it.

The chief minister said that when travelling overseas, these individuals criticise the nation; but, while at home, they disparage Uttar Pradesh while in Kerala and Kerala while in Delhi.

According to the CM, it is important to identify and prevent such individuals from achieving their “evil goals,” which include undermining the country’s robust democracy and perpetuating their family’s tradition of “divide and rule” tactics.

On March 6, Gandhi informed British lawmakers gathered in London that the Opposition is often hushed when microphones in the Lok Sabha are in use. He made the remark during a gathering hosted by longtime Labour Party opposition politician of Indian descent Virendra Sharma in the Grand Committee Room of the House of Commons building.

According to Adityanath, the accomplishments made by the nation during the previous  years under Prime Minister Modi’s direction constituted the new India.

He said that India will serve as the nation that led the way for the rest of the globe in the times. Moreover, he exhorted party members to spread the president’s views to the general public.

The chief minister said that the country’s expanding global domination and claimed that winning the G-20 leadership demonstrates India’s potential.

“Everywhere is anticipating PM Modi’s effort, whether it be in Afghanistan or the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Although the Japanese PM will shortly visit India, the prime leaders of Australia and Italy recently paid visits to that country. All of them provide a fresh image of the nation, he said.

According to the chief minister, in accordance with the administration’s motto of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, and Sabka Prayas,” individuals have received benefits from government programmes throughout the last nine years without any kind of discrimination.

Adityanath claimed that the government is providing free LPG connections to eligible families and that as many as 1.74 crore people in UP and 3.5 crore people nationwide have received free cooking gas connections through the Ujjwala Yojana. He claimed that today everyone can easily obtain an LPG connection.

He also cited the late Rajiv Gandhi’s observation that intermediaries were responsible for barely 15 pence of every rupee supplied by the government reaching the poor and those in need.

The CM said that even in pensions for widows and the elderly, intermediaries used to earn commission.

“Today, PM Modi made preparations to ensure that the whole sum be sent to the recipients’ accounts through DBT. No one has been burgled, and corruption is being actively pursued, he said.

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