Kairana Hindu exodus: CM Yogi meets residents who returned after migration

Lucknow, 08 November: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Kairana on Monday and met the families of those displaced before 2017 but have returned and started living here.

The Chief Minister spoke to the children, daughters and women of those families and assured them that the present government is with them. Now no criminal will be able to muster courage like this.

Yogi also assured to provide employment opportunities to the residents of Kairana at the local level.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, later talking to reporters, said that towns like Kairana and Kandhla have suffered the consequences of the criminalization of politics and politicization of professional criminals in the 1990s. Here Hindu traders and other Hindus were tortured and forced to migrate on a large scale. This news was also in the headlines in the country. The action taken by the government under the policy of zero tolerance against crime and criminals after 2017 has resulted in peace in the town.

Yogi added by saying that a lot of families have come back. When I came here in 2017, the people here had demanded that the outpost should be strengthened and PAC battalion should be established from the point of view of security. The process of strengthening the post has already been done. I myself have come here to establish a PAC battalion.

The Chief Minister told that I have also had dialogue with some families today. They were victim of criminalization of politics by previous governments. Most of those families have returned. Their faiths have increased in us. Our government has assured every single family here that the zero tolerance under which the government was working towards crime and criminals, that strategy will continue in our future as well.

Yogi said, to give this assurance, I myself have come to Kairana town. Trust has been seen in the children, in the women. This belief will definitely show colour because now Kairana town has grown rapidly with the process of development, not of criminal representatives.

He said that industrial units are being restructured. New units are coming up. On a large scale, the possibilities regarding development and investment have been created through the industrial authority here, due to which employment has started at the local level. Business has started growing. The policy that has been followed since the government came in 2017 will definitely pay off.

“Prime Minister Modi’s mantra has been that ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’. We will also do development for all, without discrimination, we will give the benefit of the schemes of the government to everyone. Our government and I have come here today with our resolve to take the strictest action against crime and criminals without following the policy of appeasement,” he said.

The Chief Minister said that I once again assure all the people of this town that they should feel free to stay here on the land of their ancestors. The government will work diligently to preserve the heritage here as well as to further accelerate the business and industrial environment here.

Yogi said that the families which were damaged during the previous Samajwadi government and whose family members were brutally murdered, I have sought a report from the district administration. The government will give some compensation to the families of the victims so that those people can again increase their business and their other economic activities here. Action has been taken against many culprits. Action will be taken against those who are left.

The Chief Minister said that I have come especially to meet those families. I have also taken lunch with them. With me, BJP’s state president Swatantra Dev Singh, MPs here, our MLAs, state government minister Suresh Rana and all the people have come here with me regarding this matter.

On this occasion, UP BJP President Swatantradev Singh, Yogi government minister Suresh Rana and others were present with him. The Chief Minister also had food with the same families.

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