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They avoided, but now forced to take Ram’s name: Yogi to Ayodhya


Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday attacked the Samajwadi Party (SP) over the Ram temple issue and targeted the Congressional government in Rajasthan for not doing enough during the second wave of Covid-19 to ensure the return to full safety of the 15,000 students of Uttar Pradesh from Kota. He added that the students were brought home safe and sound by the BJP government despite resistance from Ashok Gehlot’s government.

Yogi Adityanath was addressing gatherings in Ayodhya and Gorakhpur where he distributed smartphones and tablets to around 3000 students.

“They avoided taking the name Lord Ram. Now they are forced to take Ram’s name, ”he said, apparently referring to the Samajwadi party in Ayodhya. He also inaugurated ??49.74 lakh Integrated traffic management system for Ayodhya under which 10 major city crossings will have traffic lights, 14 will have public address systems and four will have free Wi-Fi systems.

Yogi Adityanath assured that Ayodhya will become a world class city, so much so that people will say “muskuraiya ki app Ayodhya mein hai (Smile because you are in Ayodhya).”

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone for a housing project of the Ayodhya Development Authority which will be launched on road 14-Kosi Parikrama.

“Now the opposition leaders are also talking about visiting Ayodhya,” Yogi Adityanath said.

In Gorakhpur, he inaugurated 20 projects worth ??62 crores. These included a hotel management institute.

Continuing his attack during Ayodhya’s visit, Yogi said, “Under previous governments, there were riots every three days (in the UP). Now, even after five years, there has been no riot.

“Some people see Lord Krishna in their dreams. The Lord must curse these people because when they were in power, the first riot took place in Mathura. Then after a while, the Jawahar Bagh incident happened, ”Yogi Adityanath said.

During an event held at Government Inter College in Ayodhya, the Chief Minister distributed tablets and smartphones to students at Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh University, Saket PG College, Government Polytechnic and ITI, among others.

He also spoke of the severe action of his government against the mafia.

In Gorakhpur, smartphones and tablets were distributed to 1,000 students. Twenty-two students received tablets and smartphones from the CM on stage.

“We brought 15,000 UP students back by sending buses despite opposition to the congressional government of Rajasthan,” he said on occasion.

The chief minister said that the state government has decided to distribute smartphones and tablets to a crore of students enrolled in undergraduate, postgraduate courses, ITIs, polytechnics and others. skills development course. The campaign began on December 25, the anniversary of the birth of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, when the gadgets were distributed to 60,000 students in Lucknow.

He said that free digital access with the best content in the program will also be provided free of charge to beneficiaries so that they can apply for help with their studies and prepare for competitions. Tablets and smartphones will also receive employment-related information on state and central government programs, he said.

In addition, the government provided Abhyuday with free civil service mentoring and competitions, both offline and online. With such initiatives, students will no longer be forced to leave the state to prepare for the competitions, he told the hearing.

The chief minister said that during his tenure of nearly five years, his government had given jobs to 4.5 lakhs of young people and given self-employment to another 60 lakhs, and was working tirelessly for the better future. young people.

Describing the Omicron variant as less dangerous but highly contagious, the chief minister asked the crowd that students over the age of 15 should get vaccinated to avoid any predicament.