During Mayawati’s tenure 21 sugar mills were forced to close: Yogi Adityanath

Bijnor/ Muzaffarnagar Apr 9 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath has hit out at BSP president Mayawati over sugar mills.

Talking about Mayawati over the payment of sugarcane farmers, he said, “She doesn’t have the right to speak on the same because during her tenure 21 sugar mills were forced to close. BJP government has paid Rs. 62000 crores in 2 years which also includes the left-over payments of Akhilesh’s and Mayawati’s tenure.”

He also alleged that sons of Mulayam Singh Yadav and Chaudhary Charan Singh are unable to live up to their heritage as one threw the father out from the party and the other left the father’s ideology.

Calling Gathbandhan rally, ‘drama show’ Yogi said, “Those who didn’t want to see each other’s face are now coming together to stop Modi.” The sons of Mulayam Singh and Chaudhary Charan Singh are unable to live up to their legacy.

While addressing a rally in Bijnor, Yogi said, “In 1947, Mahatma Gandhi had said that the Congress tenure has ended and the party should be dissolved.” He slammed Congress president Rahul Gandhi and general secretary Priyanka Vadra, saying “Entry of duo has fulfilled the dream of Gandhiji and will lead to the dissolution of the party.”

“During the nomination, Congress has a mindset of hoisting Pakistan’s flag instead of the tricolor”, Yogi further added while addressing the rally.

Targeting the Congress, Yogi said “Congress manifesto does not have anything in respect to country’s security.”

On BJP manifesto he said, “BJP will make sincere efforts to build Ram Mandir in a lawful way.”

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