Yogi’s scathing attack on SP in BJP’s social representative conference

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Lucknow, October 27: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has once again indirectly attacked the previous Samajwadi Party (SP) government of the state.

He said that the government, which had withdrawn the cases against the terrorists and rioters, attacked the birthplace of Lord Ram in Ayodhya used to implicate the Dalits by registering false cases. Such people can never be the benefactors of Dalit society.

Yogi said that today in the BJP government, no one can dare to harass the Dalit. The government is bringing happiness in the life of every person of the society through the schemes of governance without any discrimination. In the Corona period, a model was created to save the life of every person.

Chief Minister Yogi was addressing the social representative convention of BJP as the chief guest at the Panchayat auditorium in Aliganj of the metropolis on Wednesday.

Paying tribute to Dalit saint Baba Durlabh Das by remembering him, CM Yogi said that at the time of independence there were two people who became the voice of Dalit society and one of them was Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar and second was Yogendra Nath Mandal who was born in Bengal during the period of second independence. Both were advancing in scholarship and in social movement.

He said that Baba Saheb was always in favour of unity, security and integrity of the country. He never supported Pakistan. He believed that while living in the country, the oppressed and downtrodden of the society could be fought. Their interests can be protected. He became the first law minister of independent India. He fought for the rights of the downtrodden and downtrodden in the adverse circumstances of the social evils spread in the society. He had a leading role in the making of the constitution. Today the nation remembers him with respect and honour,

“Yogendranath Mandal was the advocate of Pakistan. After independence, he went to Pakistan and became the first law minister there. But in front of them, when Hindus and Dalits started being massacred in Pakistan, they fled to India. From 1950 to 1965, India had to live in exile in oblivion. Today no one even takes his name,” said Yogi.

Yogi called upon the Dalit community to go door-to-door to make people aware of the schemes and policies of the government that the BJP government develops the downtrodden and downtrodden without any discrimination. No one can oppress Dalit society in BJP.