Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh (UP) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has answered the question in Gorakhpur after Diwali that from which seat he will contest the election season in the Vidhan Sabha elections to be held next year i.e. 2022. Let us tell you that for the first time, CM Yogi Adityanath has made any comment regarding his candidature in the assembly elections.
A frank discussion with the media
In an informal meeting with local journalists, Yogi answered many questions with impunity. During this, he discussed in detail the positive changes that came in the state during the tenure of his government for four and a half years. He said, ‘Whatever was said in the last assembly elections, it has been fulfilled in time. In the year 2017 when we came to the government, the law and order were in the worst condition but today the situation has changed, there is fear among the criminals. There has not been a single riot in UP in four and a half years. The example of law and order here is being given in the country.’
From where will CM Yogi fight?
Meanwhile, regarding his candidature in the elections, the CM said that he will contest the assembly elections from where the party asks. The party has a parliamentary board to decide this. Who has to contest the election from where it is decided in the same board itself. He said that I have always contested elections.
Global discussion of Diwali celebration
He also said that Uttar Pradesh’s celebration of Deepotsav in Ayodhya has taken over the world stage. Diwali has been celebrated since before our arrival. Kumbh was also not held for the first time in Prayagraj, but then there was a crisis of identity in front of UP. We have liberated Uttar Pradesh from the crisis of identity by organizing the Deepotsav of Ayodhya, the grand-divine Kumbh of Prayagraj, better law and order, abundant investment and employment opportunities and public welfare schemes and their implementation to the last man standing in the society.
(With Agency Input)