#Battle For Uttar Pradesh : Amit Shah Hit Out At Samajwadi Party And BSP For Economic Woes Of The State

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah has accused the Samajwadi Party and the BSP of crumbling the economy of Uttar Pradesh and credited Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with bringing a turnaround in five years in the state.

He also said the 2022 elections are for “strengthening Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s hands and for making Yogi chief minister again”.

“SP and BSP’s ‘babua and bua” both had crumbled the economy of such a big state as Uttar Pradesh, the economic system was on the seventh spot in the country which was brought to second spot by Yogiji in five years. Give another chance of five years and it will be taken to the first spot,” Shah told an election meeting in Auraiya.

Claiming success on the law and order front under the Yogi Adityanath government, he asked, “Can any mafia trouble you anywhere, can anyone encroach your land, play with the honour of mothers and sisters? Yogi ji has ensured the migration of mafia from Uttar Pradesh.”

“Akhilesh Yadav had asked what has happened (during the five years of BJP government), the one who has put yellow spectacles will see everything as pale,” he said taking a swipe at the SP chief.

“Yogiji has brought down the dacoity in your time down by by 72 per cent, loot by 62 per cent, murder by 31 per cent and rape by 50 per cent,” he said.

Continuing his attack, he said, “During the Akhilesh government, only ‘kattas’ and sharpnels were made in Uttar Pradesh but now during the BJP government ‘goley’ (ammunition) are being made here which will be fired at Pakistan. This change has come in five years by the BJP government.”

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