Ek baar Phir, Modi Sarkar : Yogi Adityanath

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Election rally in Gorakhpur, UP

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on 10 May 2024 said opposition parties, which were demoralised after three phases of the Lok Sabha polls and had conceded defeat, had started commenting on Lord Ram. “Some say the Ram temple in Ayodhya is useless, while others question its public benefit. Those who support terrorists will undoubtedly feel bad about the Ram temple,” he said while addressing a huge rally at Mahant Digvijaynath Park in Gorakhpur after BJP candidate Ravi Kishan Shukla filed his nomination papers.

Yogi added, “Congress, SP and BSP have all acknowledged their loss. I had the opportunity to visit nine states nationwide during the election campaign. A unified voice echoes throughout the country – “Ek Baar Phir, Modi Sarkar”.

He said that the submissive attitude of political parties in power before had resulted in a terrorist attack on the Sankatmochan temple and a court bomb blast in which thousands of people had lost their lives.

‘Ramrajya solution to all problems’

Elaborating on Ramrajya principles, the CM said it stood for equality and respect to every section of the society with safety and prosperity that was translating into reality in India under the leadership of Shri Modi.

The CM urged people to vote for the BJP for self-reliance and “Viksit Bharat” as this election is vital for every section. He also underlined various development projects carried out in Gorakhpur during the past ten years. The CM performed Rudrabhishek at Gorakhnath temple on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya on the second day of his two-day visit to Gorakhpur.