Khatauli: ‘Silence’ on sugarcane payment, memory of 2013 riots in speech… Yogi’s election policy shifted to ‘Hindutva’ again!

Muzaffarnagar: Winning the Khatauli assembly by-election in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh remains a neck and neck issue for the ruling BJP. Local leaders including CM to Deputy CM, Minister of State and MLAs have exerted their strength to make the BJP candidate win the election. In the last phase of the election period, CM Yogi Adityanath himself reached Khatauli and tried to target the Khatauli assembly by-election by using the arrow of 2013 riots. In the speech given in the election meeting, the entire focus of the Chief Minister remained on the 2013 riots and Hindutva.

Khatauli MLA Vikram Saini’s assembly membership was terminated after he was sentenced by the court in the 2013 riots case, after which by-elections are now being held on Khatauli assembly. Although dozens of candidates are trying their best in this by-election, but the main contest is between BJP candidate Rajkumari Saini and alliance candidate Madan Bhaiya. Both the parties are trying their best to get Vijayashree to their candidates.

Silence on the issue of sugarcane payment
In this episode on Wednesday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed an election meeting in favor of Rajkumari Saini in Khatauli’s Mandi Committee. Yogi Adityanath was seen in his old form in this. In a half-an-hour speech where he reminded people of the 2013 riots. At the same time, he also made Hindutva his weapon. During this, he did not talk much on all the issues including development, unemployment. He did not say anything on the issue of sugarcane price which is being made an election issue by the opposition.

CM Yogi Adityanath appeared in his old style and he did not miss any such arrow which would have benefited him. From the safety of daughters to the role of Samajwadi Party in Kawal riots, he kept every issue in public in his own beautiful style. In his speech, he also reminded how poor the law and order situation was during the SP rule and what was the condition of daughters-in-law. At the same time, he told the SP government responsible for the 2013 riots, keeping Samajwadi in the dock even in Kawal’s ruckus.

Report: Mirza Gulzar Baig

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