Yogi Adityanath: Earlier, ration went to these saying ‘abba jaan’; BJP ended appeasement

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Addressing a gathering forward of the Assembly polls subsequent yr, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday mentioned there was a time when those that mentioned ‘Abba Jaan’ used to digest ration meant for the poor, however BJP has ended the politics of appeasement within the nation.

“We don’t discriminate on the basis of identity. But earlier, it was different. Did you all get rations before 2017? Earlier, only those who said ‘Abba Jaan’ were digesting the ration. Back then, the ration used to reach Nepal or Bangladesh. But today, if there is any corruption in disbursement of food grains, then those who are guilty are sent to jail,” Adityanath mentioned in Kushinagar.

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He additional mentioned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reworked the political agenda within the nation.

“Earlier, our country was preoccupied with the politics of language, caste, ethnicity, and family. But PM Modi worked for the development of the poor, the farmers, people in rural areas, the youth and women. As a result, all people now are equal beneficiaries of this process of development and there is no place for appeasement,” he mentioned.

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“As long as there was politics of appeasement in this country, there was no development. Then we had only riots, corruption, anarchy and terrorism. Now we have saab ka saath, saab ka vikas, and so we enjoy everyone’s trust,” he  added.

Reacting sharply to his assertion, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah mentioned BJP can not contest elections with out spreading “blatant communalism & hatred”.

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“I’ve always maintained the BJP has no intention of fighting any election with an agenda other than blatant communalism & hatred with all the venom directed towards Muslims. Here is a CM seeking re-election claiming that Muslims ate up all the rations meant for Hindus,” he tweeted.

Earlier this yr, Adityanth had triggered vociferous protests by the Samajwadi Party (SP) within the state legislative council when he referred to the get together’s founder Mulayam Singh Yadav as ‘abba jaan’.

Adityanath made the remark whereas criticising the SP’s alleged duplicity on Covid-19 vaccination. He was addressing the House on his administration’s efforts and initiatives to manage the pandemic, together with steps taken for testing and inoculation.

Hitting out at SP president Akhilesh Yadav, Adityanath had mentioned on that event, “Who were those who said we will not take the vaccine? Who were those personalities who said this is BJP’s vaccine and we will not take it? These people are guilty of the most heinous crime against those who lost their lives due to lack of vaccination. When ‘abba jaan’ took the vaccine then those people said we are also going to take the vaccine.”

As SP leaders objected to the feedback, alleging that the CM had used “unparliamentary language”, Adityanath responded by asking them since when had ‘abba jaan’ turn out to be ‘unparliamentary’.


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