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PoK will be part of India within six months of PM Modi taking over for the 3rd term: Yogi Adityanath

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath conducted a whirlwind election tour of Maharashtra on Saturday, holding public meetings in three high-profile Lok Sabha constituencies, namely Dhule, Palghar and Mumbai North Central, to seek public support for the BJP candidates.

In a significant declaration during one of his speeches, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) will be a part of India within six months of PM Modi taking over for the third term.

Addressing an election rally at Nalasopara West of Palghar to seek votes for party candidate, Hemant Sanwara, Yogi Adityanath said, “The situation in Pakistan is dire; it cannot manage PoK, and the people of PoK want to join India. It requires courage and strength to make such an impact on people, qualities that the Congress and I.N.D.I alliance lack.”

He added: “The nation is our top priority and we will dedicate everything to its service. Our first goal is to build a developed India. Those opposing temple in Ayodhya should rather get temples built for Lord Ram and Lord Hanuman in Italy.”

If our govt ever becomes an obstacle in realizing ‘developed India’ goal, we will step down

Addressing the public meeting for Dhule Lok Sabha seat in Malegaon seeking support for party candidate Dr. Subhash Bhamre, CM Yogi said that Congress and Indi alliance have neither any vision nor mission for the development of the country. “Their sole aim is to grab power by hook or by crook, even at the cost of fostering division within the country. Don’t let them succeed in their attempt to mislead the nation. They will try to mislead us, but don’t let them succeed in their attempt”, he remarked.

Emphasizing that the BJP prioritizes the nation above all else, the Chief Minister pledged unwavering dedication to its progress, declaring that his government would relinquish power if it ever becomes an obstacle in realizing the cherished goal of a developed India. “We will first move forward in building a developed India,” he said.

“We must make history by electing Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a third term and ensuring a decisive victory for the NDA, he added.

Prime Minister Modi is realizing Chhatrapati Shivaji’s Hindavi Swarajya

Addressing an election rally for the Palghar Lok Sabha seat to garner support for party candidate Hemant Sanwara, Yogi Adityanath stated that Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) will become part of India within six months of the Modi government’s third term. He noted the dire situation in Pakistan, its inability to manage PoK, and the desire of PoK’s residents to join India.
Speaking in Nalasopara West on Saturday, Yogi Adityanath emphasized that Prime Minister Modi is realizing Chhatrapati Shivaji’s vision of Hindavi Swarajya. He added that any hostile gaze towards India is met with severe consequences. He asserted further that the electorate is decisively rejecting Congress in this election, stating “Is chunav mein janta congress ka visarjan kar rahi hai” (People are immersing Congress in this election).’ He also mentioned the ban on offering Namaz on streets and the removal of loudspeakers from mosques in Uttar Pradesh.

Criticizing the Indi alliance, he suggested that those who praise Pakistan should go there and beg. CM Yogi also announced the upcoming focus on Mathura following the developments in Kashi and Ayodhya. He asserted that only a devotee of Lord Ram will ascend to power in Delhi.

Kasab was sent to the gallows due to Ujjwal Nikam’s efforts

While campaigning in Kurla West for the Mumbai North Central Lok Sabha seat, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister remarked that Congress members are irritated by the construction of a grand temple for Ram Lalla in the new Ayodhya. “In Uttar Pradesh, some say the Ram temple was unnecessary and shouldn’t have been built in India. But, the Ram temple had to be built on his birthplace under PM Modi’s leadership and we have accomplished that”, he remarked.

He suggested to Congress members that if they are unhappy with the Ram temple, they have the opportunity to build one in Italy, or at least a temple for Bajrang Bali. He added: “Congress leaders claim that they will cleanse the Ram temple if they come to power, but I firmly believe that God will not let wisdom dawn upon Congressmen.”

Lord Ram did not spare those who questioned the existence of Ram Lalla, making them unworthy of coming to power in India, he remarked further. CM Yogi was seeking support for Bharatiya Janata Party candidate and renowned advocate Ujjwal Nikam.

He stated that this election is a contest between the devotees of Lord Ram (Rambhakts) and ‘Ramdrohis’. He highlighted that the BJP has fielded a true patriot for this seat. He also reminded the audience of the sacrifice of hundreds, including Hemant Karkare and brave officers of the Mumbai ATS, during the Mumbai attack. He criticized the Congress for shamelessly glorifying a butcher like Kasab by questioning the martyrdom of these brave officers, while praising their candidate Ujjwal Nikam for sending Kasab to the gallows.

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