PS regime was itself a threat to law and order, says Yogi

Speaking in Mant Assembly Constituency of Mathura District, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Sunday that the PS regime was itself a threat to law and order, leading to the anarchy from 2012 to 2017.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Sunday that the Samajwadi Party regime was itself a threat to law and order and thus lawlessness raged between 2012 and 2017 in Uttar Pradesh.

He said a good law and order situation is the basic condition for the growth and progress of any state and this is ensured by the BJP regime after 2017.

Speaking in Mant Assembly Constituency of Mathura District, Yogi said, “Mathura before 2017 saw the first riot in Kosi Kalan town and the last SP regime riot was also in Mathura when an SP rank policeman was killed by notorious elements at Jawahar Bagh in Mathura.The BJP regime put an end to the riots and none took place for the past five years.

The Chief Minister also campaigned for party candidates for the seats of Koil, Aligarh City and Charra assemblies of Aligarh district.

Yogi mentioned the late CM Kalyan Singh who was from Aligarh and reminded people of his capacity as an administrator who strongly championed the Ram Janambhoomi movement.

“Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh had donated land to AMU for the establishment of an educational institution, but there was no mention of Raja’s name on any stone or sign at AMU. We have decided to establish a university in the name of the raja in Aligarh,” he said.

“There were riots in Uttar Pradesh under the SP rule but with the BJP coming to power no riots took place as those who riot now know that notices would be sent to them and that posters would display their name. Everyone deserves safety, but no one will be allowed to create nuisance, riot or violence,” Yogi said.

“The bulldozer and development will run side by side. There was no electricity in the SP regime. The SP supported the dynastic regime and was involved in riots.

The CM solicited votes for party candidates in Aligarh district saying, “Vote for those who bought you a vaccine that saved your life.”

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