Published On: Tue, Apr 30th, 2019

Under Modi government no one is allowed to play with India’s security: Yogi

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said Monday under Modi government no one is allowed to play with the security of the country.

Addressing to a rally in Pratapgarh he added that in the period of past five years of Modi government the country has seen economic growth and issues of national or internal security have been met with courage.

Talking about his own government in UP he said anti-Romeo squads have been deployed in the state for the safety and security of girls.

The CM further said, “When Modiji had taken oath as prime minister for the first time on May 26, 2014, he had said his government will not be for any religion or individual.”

Yogi continued that Modi had said in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections campaign that his government will work for poor, women, youths, farmers and all sections of the society.

He said the government was concerned for poor people and so opened bank accounts for everyone to directly deposit beneficiary funds and eliminate middlemen in between to overcome corruption and loot of central funds.

He added, “Rajiv Gandhi used to say when 100 rupees are sent (from the Centre), only 10 rupees reach the poor. The power brokers used to snatch the poor’s share but it is not so now. Whatever is given by the government is directly deposited in their bank accounts.”

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Talking about his own government in UP he said anti-Romeo squads have been deployed in the state for the safety and security of girls.

Yogi added laws have also been framed by his government to deal with land mafias.

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