New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said that he had no objection in being referred to as ‘poster boy of Hindutva’. In an exclusive interview to Zee News, the UP CM showered praise on Narendra Modi and claimed that people have started giving respect to country’s civilisation and culture only because of the Prime Minister.
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“Without any discrimination we have provided jobs, houses and gas connections to everyone. In 2014 people knew only Narendra Modi’s name but now they know his name as well as his work,”asserted Yogi.
The UP CM also exuded confidence about BJP’s victory in Lok Sabha elections 2019 and said that the ruling party will bag more seats than 2014. “All those who are in favour of development and security will surely vote for BJP. People want Modi government once again,” stated Ypgi.
Talking about Uttar Pradesh, the chief minister claimed BJP will more than 74 seats in Uttar Pradesh.
He also made a veiled attack on Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his frequent visits to temples. “Those who never go to the temple are now frequently visiting temple,” Yogi said.
Highlights from the interview:
Not in the race for the post of the prime minister in future: UP CM Yogi Adityanath
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra not a challenge for us: UP CM Adityanath
We want Congress to join SP and BSP alliance: UP CM Adityanath
I feel proud of being a Hindu: UP CM Adityanath
Opposition’s attitude towards PM Modi is not right: UP CM Adityanath
This election season one needs to think out of mind: UP CM Adityanath
We are not here for power but to serve public: UP CM Adityanath