Interview with Yogi Adityanath: We hope double engine government will come to power again and BJP will get 300+ seats
Yogi Adityanath Interview Live Update: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had a special conversation with Rahul Joshi, Chief Editor of Network18. This interview of Yogi Adityanath was the first interview after submitting nomination papers to contest from Gorakhpur urban constituency. This time he made allegations of match-fixing between the Congress and the SP. Also, Yogi, speaking from Gorakhpur, said of the attack on AIMIM chief YC, “We believe in the ballot box.”
This is the first time that five-time former MP Adityanath is contesting the Assembly elections. He had earlier been elected MLA from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha constituency in the general elections of 1998, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014.
Yogi Adityanath, who is also the chief priest of Gorakhnath Math in Gorakhpur, will be the chief minister if the BJP is in power, a party has announced as its chief ministerial candidate. Known for his eloquent speeches, Adityanath is leading the party’s campaign in Uttar Pradesh along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Yogi Adityanath Interview Update:
Yogi Adityanath said, “No one will forget about Kairana emigration in UP.” “The Jat vote, which is 80 per cent, will support the BJP,” he said.
The Chief Minister said, “The 2019 alliance was bigger than the 2022 alliance. Even then people made different predictions, but the reality is that the BJP won 64 seats in 2019. The BSP was 10th and the SP was third. All these parties were united then and now. There will be no difference. The election is now in coalition. Let the first phase of the election be over, you will see the tsunami of BJP support. “
“Secularism does not mean anti-Hinduism, secularism does not mean complacency,” he said. Adityanath said, “We are against the politics of contentment.”
Adityanath said, “How many houses did the poor get in the SP government, 18,000 and in the BJP’s double-engine government, more than 33.5 lakh houses were built for all sections of society, including Muslims.” “But there will be no complacency. We will run the administration on the basis of the constitution,” he said.
Regarding his relationship with Muslims, Adityanath said, “My relationship with Muslims is like their relationship with me. We have a Muslim Minister (Mohsin Raja) in our cabinet, we have one (Mukhtar Naqvi) in the Central Government. Muslim Minister. Arif Mohammad Khan is the Governor of Kerala. We are not against any community, but against those who are against India. We are against them.
Yogi Adityanath taunted Swami Prasad Maurya, who joined the Samajwadi Party last month, saying, “He may be called a socialist, but he is a family man (dynastic), do you expect welfare of OBCs from him?”
If the YC is asked if it can influence Muslim voters? Adityanath said, “YC is the leader of his party. Every leader of the party is great.”
Yogi Adityanath on attack on AIMIM President Asaduddin Waisi’s convoy: We are in democracy We believe in the ballot, not the bullet. Any such incident (attack on YC) is unacceptable. We can be ideologically different. No one should be allowed to do that. Appeal to political parties too, be careful when speaking from the platform. Don’t try to hurt religious feelings with speeches. “
Yogi Adityanath said, “You have not seen how the former Congress president criticized the Kashmir policy. Only Pakistan has criticized the Kashmir policy of the Center. Rahul Gandhi speaks in Pakistani language. People will not accept it. No, it is BJP.”
Adityanath said that SP, BSP and Congress want the era of riots and immigration to return. “He likes the votebank. That’s his priority,” he said.
Elaborating on his 80-20 statement, Adityanath said, “80 per cent includes those who prefer security, development and welfare projects. They will support the BJP.” On the other hand, she said, 20 per cent stood up for the rioters and those who opposed the safety of women and businessmen.
– The UP CM said “the election result will be 80-20. 80 per cent for BJP and 20 per cent for others. Those who felt that the double engine of development works closely with the government and appreciates it. Such people who have seen the welfare of the poor. I want to. “
The situation has changed in the last five years. Employment is the youth. Farmer Welfare Project has started. Millions of hectares of land have been irrigated. Farmers get 1.5 times MSP. Women’s safety has improved. The Double Engine government has worked for every department. In this situation. There is no doubt that BJP will get more than 300 seats: CM Yogi
According to opinion polls, the BJP has less than 300 seats in the BJP. Two brothers (Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav) came in 2017 and we know what happened to them. There was a grand alliance in 2019, what happened to them? BJP got 64 first, BSP got KO 10, SP got five and Congress got less. Look at surveys and polls and election trends. Modi’s popularity has increased. “
– CM Yogi says, “Modiji has lost the confidence of the common man. He sees that confidence in the support that the BJP has received. In the last five years, what we have done in UP is because of Prime Minister Modi.” Happened due to leadership and patronage. We are hopeful that the double engine government will come to power again and the BJP will get 300+ seats. “
Regarding the clean sweep of 2017, the Chief Minister said, “People have confidence in democracy. It is an achievement for any leader. There is no doubt that people voted in 2014 (General Election), 2017 (UP) and 2019 (General Election). The confidence that has been given) is unprecedented since independence. It was based on plans and policies, not issues.
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Why was he given a ticket from Gorakhpur instead of Ayodhya? In this context, Adityanath said, “Gorakhpur or the state is not unfamiliar to me. Our party is a democratic party. I am grateful to the party for nominating me from this seat.”