Film of ‘do shehzade’ already rejected by people” Modi

  • | Saturday | 20th April, 2024

In a blistering attack on Samajwadi Party and Rashtriya Janata Dal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked how can the people in UP and Bihar who claim to be Yaduvanshi, the leaders who reap the benefits of Yaduvansh, align themselves with those who insult Lord Shri Krishna. Addressing a huge public meeting in Amroha, the prime minister cited his recent visit to Dwarka and said, I went to perform rituals in Dwarka in the depths of the sea; the Congress people had said that there is nothing to be worshiped beneath the sea. Congress people insulted Shri Krishna, but the question arises, how can the leaders doing politics in the name of Yaduvansh in UP and Bihar align with such individuals? Speaking on the politics of appeasement, Prime Minister Modi said, The politics of appeasement has always engulfed western UP in riots. He added, People will not forget the gunda raj before the advent of the Bharatiya Janata Party government in UP. Taking a veiled dig at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav, the prime minister said, Once again the shooting of a film starring do shehzade is going on in UP but it has already been rejected. Every time these people seek votes on nepotism, corruption and appeasement. In their campaign, these people leave no opportunity to attack our faith. The politics of INDI Alliance even made them go against the Tigri Mela of Amroha. The Congress candidate from here has difficulty even saying Bharat Mata Ki Jai. Should individuals who refuse to endorse such patriotic expressions be granted entry into Parliament? Prime Minister Modi accused political parties of prioritising their vote bank over religious sentiments, alleging that both the Congress and the Samajwadi Party boycotted the invitation to Lord Rams consecration ceremony in Ayodhya. He criticised these parties for allegedly disregarding the sacred Pran Pratistha ceremony, insinuating their actions stemmed from a desire for electoral gain. These people are abusing Ram Mandir and Sanatan faith every day. Recently, a grand Surya Tilak of Lord Ram has been done on Ram Navami. Today, when the whole country is filled with the devotion of Lord Ram, the people of Samajwadi Party publicly call the devotees of Lord Ram as hypocrites, Prime Minister Modi added. The prime minister reflected on his roots in Gujarat and his subsequent journey to Uttar Pradesh, where Kashi bestowed the role of a Member of Parliament upon him. He recounted the regions tumultuous past, marred by frequent riots and the displacement of residents, with House for Sale notices becoming a common sight in many localities. He credited Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with curbing such lawlessness and emphasised the imperative of preventing the resurgence of such disruptive forces. Highlighting the seven-year tenure of Yogi Adityanaths government, Prime Minister Modi lauded its achievements in governance, law enforcement and developmental initiatives. He expressed confidence that under Yogis leadership, both the electoral records of 2014 and 2019 would be surpassed, heralding a new chapter in the history of Uttar Pradesh. Prime Minister Modi urged voters to rally behind BJP candidate Kanwar Singh Tanwar and ensure his resounding victory on April 26 to secure his entry into Parliament with record-breaking votes. Prime Minister Modi asserted that previous administrations failed to uphold the principles of social justice for marginalised communities such as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes, and instead betrayed their aspirations. He contrasted this with his relentless efforts to realise the vision of social justice envisioned by dignitaries like Jyotiba Phule, Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Chaudhary Charan Singh. Highlighting the historical neglect faced by Uttar Pradesh under previous regimes, Prime Minister Modi underscored the regions identification as a backward state during the tenure of the coalition governments of opposition parties. The prime minister hailed Amroha as a place of profound significance, noting its historical connection to Lord Shri Krishna and its vibrant cultural heritage symbolised by the resonating beats of its dholak. He credited Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for elevating the stature of the dholak by securing it a Geographical Indication (GI) tag, thus granting it global recognition. Aaj Amroha mein ek hi thaap, kamal chhap, he said. He further said, The whole world has seen the amazing feat of Mohammed Shami (who belongs to Amroha) in the Cricket World Cup. The Central government has given the Arjuna Award to Mohammed Shami for his excellent performance in sports and Chief Minister Yogis government has taken two steps forward and is also building a stadium for the youth here. In a comparative reflection, Prime Minister Modi urged observers to contrast the administrations of previous regimes with the transformative governance under Yogis leadership. He termed the 2024 Lok Sabha elections as pivotal, asserting their significance in shaping the trajectory of Indias future. During the event, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, UP Minister Jaswant Singh Saini, MLC Sardar Hari Singh Dhillon, MLA Mahendra Kharagvanshi, Rajiv Tarara, Harendra Singh Tewatia, and BJP regional president Satyendra Sisodia among others were present.

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