Yamraaj' Will Be Waiting - cm Adityanath…

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on sunday said if anybody dares to harass women and businessmen in the state, ”Yamraaj” would be waiting for that person at the next crossroads. At an election rally in Ghazipur, he said the gangsters who once flouted the law openly, are being trampled by the bulldozer of Uttar Pradesh. Security and the rule of law are the first conditions of good governance, the bjp leader asserted. The Uttar Pradesh government has courted controversy in recent years over the demolition of properties belonging to alleged criminals and the opposition has charged the Adityanath dispensation of targeting Muslims.

“No one can play with the safety of daughters and businessmen. If anyone tries to do so, then ’Yamraaj’ (Hindu god of death) will be found waiting for that person at the next crossroads,” the Uttar Pradesh chief minister said at the rally in Ghazipur. “We are devotees of Lord ram and we will not breathe easy till we eliminate sinners,” he said without elaborating on the issue. In an apparent reference to gangster-politician Mukhtar Ansari who died in March, the chief minister said, ”A mafia here calls himself hailing from Brigadier Usman’s family to hide his dark deeds. This is a blatant lie.” Brigadier Mohammad Usman was awarded the maha Vir Chakra for his acts of bravery in the 1947-48 Indo-Pak war.

Addressing the gathering, Adityanath said, ”Your votes have built the temple of Lord ram in Ayodhya, increased the respect of the country (worldwide), provided security on the borders and got development works done. Development is being seen everywhere in the form of highways, airports, railways, waterways and taps in every house.” ”But, when the same votes went to the congress and the Samajwadi party (SP), they sold the honour of the country, promoted terrorism and Naxalism, endangered the safety of daughters and businessmen while the mafia, sitting in open jeeps (apparently referring to Mukhtar Ansari), kept Hindus in an atmosphere of fear and terror.” Besides Ghazipur, Adityanath also addressed poll rallies in Mirzapur, varanasi and Gorakhpur.

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