‘Red Cap’ want to form a government to get terrorists out of jail: PM Modi targets SP

Taking a jibe at the Samajwadi Party (SP), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said ‘Lal Topi’ wants to form the government in Uttar Pradesh to show leniency towards terrorists and get them out of jails.

PM Modi was in Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur district to dedicate various development projects to the people. He dedicated three megaprojects to the nation including AIIMS and a major fertilizer plant worth over Rs 9,600 crore. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also present on this occasion.

Without naming the SP, PM Modi said that ‘Red Cap’ is a red alert for UP. “Today the whole of UP knows that ‘Lal Topi’ only cares about ‘Lal Batti’. They had nothing to do with your pain and issues. ‘Red Cap’ want power – for scams and to fill their coffers For, for illegal encroachment, for giving freedom to the mafia: PM Modi

He said, “‘Red Cap’ want to form a government to show leniency towards terrorists, to get them out of jails. So always remember ‘Red Caps’ are red alert for UP – they are alarm bells. “

PM Modi claimed that the previous governments in Uttar Pradesh did not show interest in the development of the people and made excuses.

PM Modi said, “Everyone knew how important Gorakhpur’s fertilizer plant is for the farmers of this entire region for employment here. But the earlier governments did not show any interest in starting it.”

Everyone knew that the demand for AIIMS in Gorakhpur was being raised for years. But those who were running the government before 2017 made various excuses in giving land for AIIMS.

PM Modi said the BJP’s “double engine” government in Uttar Pradesh enabled the state’s progress even during the pandemic. “Earlier governments had defamed the name of UP by giving protection to criminals. Today mafia is in jail and investors are investing openly in UP. This is the double progress of the double engine. Hence UP has faith in double engine government. ” PM Modi said.

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