Entire nation was celebrating the IAF’s airstrikes in Balakot, except Bua and Babua: Amit Shah

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Written by: Ambuj Tripathi

Lucknow: Bharatiya Janata Party[BJP] president Amit Shah on Friday in Lucknow appealed to the public for bumper voting for BJP candidate Rajnath Singh, who is a sitting MP also from Lucknow,  on the polling day so that the development works he has initiated for the city of Nawab can be completed in next five years.

Speaking at public meeting in Kapoorthala market of Lucknow, Amit Shah who is campaigning for Union Minister Rajnath Singh in the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, said , “The troika of Modi, Yogi and Rajnath Singh has transformed the Lucknow tremendously.”

Shah also informed about the inauguration of the under construction of 104 km eight-lane outer ring road project in Lucknow.

While addressing the gathering, Amit Shah listed out various projects initiated to beautify the state capital by Rajnath Singh with the help of Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh.

“During the tenure of union home minister Rajnath Singh the incidents of naxalism have come down drastically” Shah said in the public meeting.

National president of the BJP also spoke about the airstrikes conducted by the Indian Air Force[AIF] deep inside the territory of Pakistan’s Balakot district. “ When our IAF destroyed the terrorists in Balakot, entire nation was celebrating the moment except Bua [BSP chief Mayawati] and Babua[ SP chief Akhilesh Yadav]. Their eyes were full of tears for terrorists” stated BJP chief.

Addressing the massive gathering, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath, who was also present on the occasion, said that there is no doubt that Rajnath Singh will be again next MP from Lucknow and Narendra Modi will be next PM of the country.

Seeking second term from Lucknow, Rajnath Singh exhorted people not to shatter communal fabric of the city.

“Some parties are trying to seek votes of the Muslims community by instilling fear of BJP in them. We must ensure that communal harmony of the city remains intact” said Singh.

Chief Minister of Uttrakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat also addressed the gathering.

Sanyukta Bhatia , mayor of Lucknow and deputy CM Dinesh Sharma among others were present on the occasion.