Prime Minister Narendra Modi complimented Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday, saying that the state was benefiting from a "double-engine" sarkar under his leadership, alluding to the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) governments at the Centre and in the state. “The central and UP governments are working together to develop the state.
We have to fight together all the forces that are against development here,"PM Modi stated.People cannot forget the scams that transpired before the BJP came to power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, taking a swipe at the opposition Samajwadi Party (SP), which was in power here from 2017 to now. He also emphasized the "lawlessness" that existed throughout the SP's reign.
“However, with Yogiji in power, criminals think twice before committing a crime,” Prime Minister Modi stated.He made these statements when laying the foundation stone for a university in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, named after Jat ruler Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh. He also examined exhibition models of the Aligarh node of the Uttar Pradesh industrial defence corridor throughout this visit.“As we celebrate Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav, honest efforts are being made to make the young generation aware of contributions of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh and others in our independence struggle,
” PM Modi remarked and also adding that the late king allotted land for the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).“As a prime minister, I consider it my good fortune that I am laying the foundation stone of a university named after such a visionary,” Prime Minister Modi stated.He said that India is moving forward with the goal of carving its identity as a global defence exporter, as opposed to earlier when the country solely imported defence goods.He also drew a parallel between Aligarh's famous locks and the defence corridor, claiming that the city is now helping to protect the country's borders as well.
PM Modi then announced a funding promise of Rs. 9000 crore for the development of the BrahMos missile at the defence corridor's Lucknow node.The Prime Minister's visit to Aligarh is being viewed as the beginning of the ruling BJP's campaign for the next assembly elections in India's most populous state, which are supposed to occur early next year.Anandiben Patel, the governor of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, and Dinesh Sharma, the deputy chief minister, were among the luminaries who attended the ceremony.
Source: Hindustan Times
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