Published On: Sat, May 4th, 2019

When Modi speaks, Imran Khan sweats: Yogi

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When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi starts speaking in Lok Sabha election campaigns, the prime minister of neighboring country Pakistan sweats, said Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath while addressing a public meeting in Hazaribagh through video conferencing from Lucknow.

Unable to reach Hazaribagh due to Cyclone Fani hitting the Odisha coast, the CM said Modi’s leadership could protect India’s security.

Yogi confirmed his government is making efforts to start the long-pending construction of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya.

Yogi added in his video conferencing address, “Whenever Prime Minister Narendra Modi starts speaking in election meetings throughout the country, Pakistan Prime Minister starts sweating. It is Narendra Modi’s leadership that can protect security and safety of people of India.”

He said the Indian prime minister gave a befitting reply to the neighboring country. He didn’t mention in his reference the Pulwama massacre on February 14 in which forty CRPF personnel were killed and subsequent Balakot air strike on February 26.

Praising Modi’s leadership further he said 1.5 crore housing units were built for the poor in past five years under NDA government.

Yogi also praised Bharatiya Janata Party’s Hazaribagh candidate Jayant Sinha and Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation for announcing Ram temple would be constructed in the city.

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Yogi confirmed his government is making efforts to start the long-pending construction of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya.

He also appealed voters to cast their votes in favor for BJP candidate Jayant Sinha from the constituency.

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