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Need to expose people who create division in society, says UP CM Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday urged people to speak out against those who want to create division and divide people on the basis of caste, creed, region and language.

During a visit to this district, the Chief Minister said that the State had shown that unnecessary loudspeakers could be removed and that the “alvida namaz” could be offered not in the streets but in the places of worship.

He also advised people to beware of people who still conspire to divide.

“Those who want to create division in society, want to divide on the basis of caste, creed, region and language, we must expose them.

“We must beware of those who try to push us into the age of slavery. We must smash the plans of these people,” the chief minister said during a program at Victoria Park here on the occasion by Kranti Diwas.

He asked people to trust the current government, saying that under the leadership of the BJP’s dispensation in the Center and the State, the country is continuously progressing.

The Chief Minister said that with the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas, everyone benefits from the various central and state government programs.

Citing his government’s achievements, he said that Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti’s programs are going peacefully in the state.

Uttar Pradesh has shown that unnecessary mics can also be removed and ‘alvida namaz’ can be offered not on the streets but in places of worship, he said, adding that the state is now strengthening the economy.

The Chief Minister said today that the eyes of the whole world are on India.

Wherever there is a crisis in the world, India is at the forefront. Even in the Russian-Ukrainian war, the world looks to India. The world is embracing Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s peace pledge, the CM added.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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