Bharat Express

Yogi Adityanath criticizes INDIA Bloc, claiming Talibani rule

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that INDIA alliance parties have declared their intention to impose Taliban rule in the nation and restrict women to their homes

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said  that INDIA alliance parties have declared their intention to impose Taliban rule in the nation and restrict women to their homes. At an election rally in Ghosi Assembly constituency in support of BJP ally and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party candidate Arvind Rajbhar on Monday he said that the Congress and Samajwadi Party had a bad attitude.
They oppose Lord Ram and the nation, denying Dalits and backward communities their rights. Adityanath stated that they now want to pursue quota for OBC castes. There is talk of removing quota for OBCs and assigning them to Muslims. But we will not allow this to occur. These privileges belong to the OBC caste, and we will not let them be hijacked.
Bhimrao Ambedkar had stated that religion cannot be used as a foundation for reservation, and that the opposition parties have once again attempted to divide the country along religious lines, but people have understood their intents.
We must be aware of the INDI alliance, which claims that if elected, they will implement an inheritance tax. This levy is similar to Aurangzeb’s ‘jizya tax’. Furthermore, they vow that if elected, they will enforce personal laws, implying a willingness to impose Talibani and Sharia law in the country, according to the Uttar Pradesh chief minister. However, they fail to acknowledge that this country is governed by Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar’s Constitution.
We would not accept the reintroduction of the awful practice of triple talaq in our country,” he stated, adding that the INDIA bloc parties aim to lock women in their homes. He stated that under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, the country’s prestige and the dignity of every Indian had grown abroad over the last decade. As a result, the slogans ‘Fir ek bar Modi Sarkar’ and ‘Abki bar 400 paar’ are heard all throughout the country, according to Adityanath.
The country today enjoys more security, and large development initiatives are underway. The poor’s rights are being respected, and free rations are being distributed to 80 crore people across the country, according to the Uttar Pradesh chief minister.
In addition, 60 crore individuals receive from Ayushman Bharat’s Rs 5 lakh health insurance coverage. The Kisan Samman Nidhi benefits up to 12 crore farmers, and 12 crore families now have toilets. He credited Prime Minister Modi’s bold leadership for making all of this possible. Adityanath stated that beginning June 4, every individual above the age of 70 will be given with an insurance cover of Rs 5 lakh per year.