Under the present government, Uttar Pradesh is no longer a backward state – CM Yogi

Lucknow: Today, the meeting of the Working Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party is being held in the capital Lucknow. The office bearers of the organization from the state to the national leaders have come to participate in the meeting. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inaugurated the meeting of the working committee. Discussions are going on in the meeting on the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024. The working committee meeting was presided over by the current Jal Shakti Minister and BJP State President Swatantra Dev Singh. The main issue of the meeting was to publicize the achievements and welfare schemes of the Modi government at the Center for completing 8 years.

8 years of central government is being completed

While addressing the inaugural session of the meeting, Chief Minister Yogi said that “We all gathered on such an occasion when 8 years of the central government are being completed under the leadership of Modi ji. On behalf of the people of the state, I extend my heartfelt wishes to the Union Cabinet for today’s event. 5 years ago, on the call of Modi ji, the people of the state had reposed faith in the BJP, in which we got a chance to work for 3 years and at the same time, 2 years went to the management of corona epidemic. Despite the tension due to the pandemic, the public had faith in the BJP government at the Center and in the state, the result of which you got to see this time also.

In the meeting, Chief Minister Yogi attacked the opposition and said that “Earlier Uttar Pradesh was known as backward state, but today Uttar Pradesh is seen in the leading role by becoming Uttam Pradesh. Our government has implemented the central schemes in the state and changed the picture of the village. At the same time, our BJP government has primarily done the work of protecting the honor of women.

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