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Will stand for parliamentary election if party chooses, says UP CM Yogi Adityanath | Lucknow News


GORAKHPUR: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Friday that he would participate in the next parliamentary elections if his party so decides. He is currently a member of the UP Legislative Council.
Addressing reporters at an informal meeting in Gorakhpur, the CM said: “I have always contested the elections and I will run wherever the party asks me to.
“The party has a parliamentary council and it decides who will contest from where,” he added.
Listing the positive changes in the state after 2017, he said: “During the 4.5 years in power in the state, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has done everything it promised in the last elections. legislative ”, adding that“ the party worked in all sectors and showed it to the people ”.
Regarding the public order situation, the CM declared that the State had given the example. “In the past 4.5 years, there has been no riot and all festivals, including Diwali, have been celebrated peacefully. ”
“Diwali was also celebrated earlier and Kumbh Mela was not held for the first time in the state. But Uttar Pradesh was struggling with an image crisis before 2017, which is now over. The benefits of the different diets have reached the last man in society, ”Yogi said.
“Deepotsav was organized in Ayodhya and great Kumbh in Prayagraj. Likewise, a better situation of public order, investments and sufficient employment opportunities have been ensured in the State. From now on, the people of UP will be viewed with respect, ”he added.
The CM said the state has become the best destination for foreign investment in the country due to the incredible road connectivity and the guarantee of safety. He said, “Previously, the investment came from outside the country and now the investment comes from outside the country. People used to say UP starts with potholes and ditches, but now it’s known for its freeways and four-lane road network.
The CM said the Purvanchal highway will be inaugurated this month and Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended his presentation. “About 60 lakhs of jobs have been generated with the highways. For 4.5 years, 4.5 lakh of people found a job and no one was able to report any transparency problem. ”
Describing the deaths of people from the Musahar community in Kushinagar due to hunger earlier, the CM pointed to corruption in the distribution of food grains in the state before 2017. “The UP is the only state where 97% of people have expressed their satisfaction with the distribution of food grains, ”he added.
He also said the state bought electricity at the rate of Rs 22 per unit during the coal crisis for smooth power supply.


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