Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday said lawbreakers and hoodlums left the area later the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came into power in the state.
Tending to an assembly during the ‘Jan Vishwas Yatra’ in Mathura, Adityanath said no uproar has occurred in the northern state in four-and-half years since the BJP has been in power.
“Hindus had to leave the state during past legislatures. Later 2017, we gave them security, business and all that they requested. Presently, they have returned to the express,” the chief minister told the get-together, as per news organization ANI.
The BJP dispatched the yatras on Sunday from six spots in the state with party heavyweights, including protection minister Rajnath Singh, Adityanath and party public president JP Nadda, among others, participating in the occasions. Nadda hailed off the yatra in the survey bound state from Ambedkar Nagar locale.
Tending to the yatra in Mathura, Adityanath said during the system of the past state run administrations, numerous mobs occurred in Uttar Pradesh. “Today, we finished 4.5 years in [the] state and no uproars at any point occurred,” he told the social affair.
The chief minister added that 1,350 million individuals of the state are “family” for the BJP, however for Congress, Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party, “just their family matters.”