Target 75, Yogi Sounds Lok Sabha Poll Bugle

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Target 75, Yogi Sounds Lok Sabha Poll Bugle

Faith in govt is restored, UP on fast-track of progress

Yogi i said Uttar Pradesh has emerged as a riot-free, corruption-free state and is at number two in Ease of Doing Business.

LUCKNOW, May 29 (The CONNECT) - Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on Sunday sounded the bugle for the next Lok Sabha poll due in 2024 by asking the Bharatiya Janata Party workers to target to win 75 seats of the total 80.

While addressing the inaugural session of Bharatiya Janata Party’s state working committee meeting, Yogi said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and BJP government’s delivery mechanism restored people’s faith in the government. We have to prepare the ground for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from now with the target of winning 75 seats.”

Quoting former Prime Minister Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s lines, “Chote Mann se koi bada nahi hota, Toote mann se koi khada nahi hota”, he called upon the party workers to work with determination, and fulfil the resolve of increasing the beneficiary outreach and towards balanced development, social justice and social security.

“Before 2014, the streets of Uttar Pradesh's villages were not even walkable, they stank and were dirty. But now, with the successful implementation of Swachh Bharat abhiyan, villages are clean and hygienic,” he said lauding PM Modi’s vision and leadership skills.

Highlighting Uttar Pradesh’s progress, Yogi said that today, the state has emerged as a riot-free, corruption-free state and is at number two in Ease of Doing Business. “Festivals are celebrated with peace, there are no curfews and diseases have been eradicated,” he said.

He went on to say that Uttar Pradesh, which was considered as the biggest hurdle in the development of the country, the State today leads in terms of implementation of the biggest welfare schemes in the country. “The state is working to fast-track country’s growth with determination and positive intent,” he said and alleged that the previous governments lacked the will and a development-oriented approach.

The Chief Minister stated that the government has made enough provisions in the 2022-23 Budget to fulfil 97 of the promises made in the Bharatiya Janata Party’s poll manifesto for the state (Lok Kalyan Sankalp Patra 2022).

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