“Once upon a time, the goons, the mafia used to run the government of UP, today they”; While Modi is targeting the opposition, Yogi is appreciated

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the mistakes made by India in the 20th century are being rectified in the 21st century. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday inaugurated a new university to be built next to the AMU in the name of Raja Mahendra Pratap, amid demands from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to rename the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) after Raja Mahendra Pratap. Modi also unveiled a proposed replica of the Uttar Pradesh Defense Industrial Corridor and Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University in Aligarh. Commenting on arms manufacturing, Modi said that everything from grenades to warships are being manufactured in India today. This time, Modi has commented on what Uttar Pradesh was like before and how it is now. With this speech, Modi has blown the trumpet of Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

“I am very happy to see that Uttar Pradesh, which used to be an obstacle to development, is leading the country in many big projects,” he said. The people of Uttar Pradesh will not be able to forget what kind of scams were carried out here in the past. Everybody knows how action has been taken against the corrupt today. Yogi government is working for the development of Uttar Pradesh with full loyalty. There was a time when goons and mafias used to run arbitrarily in the government and administration. But now those who are recovering and running the mafia are in jail, ”said Modi, adding that law and order in the state is in the competent hands of the Yogi government.

Commentary on the arms industry and appreciation of the Yogi government

“Today, not only the country but the entire world is witnessing India building its own fighter jets, drones and warships from state-of-the-art grenades and rifles. India, the world’s largest importer of security, is moving towards changing its identity and becoming the largest exporter of the same system, ”Modi said, adding that India’s arms industry was booming. Till yesterday, Aligarh would be known for making locks. Before Aligarh, it would protect houses and shops. Modi also lauded the Yogi government in power in the state, saying that the Uttar Pradesh government has given Aligarh a different identity in hardware manufacturing through the One District One Project. Today, Uttar Pradesh is becoming a state that attracts small and big investors in the country and around the world. A conducive environment is created for investors, this is possible when the necessary facilities are available. Modi slammed the state government, saying that the double-engine Sarakar in Uttar Pradesh today is a perfect example of double development.

Remembered Kalyan Singh

“Today is a big day for western Uttar Pradesh. We have such rites that if there is an auspicious deed, the elders are remembered. Today, I miss Kalyan Singhji very much. If Kalyan Singh was with us today, he would have been very happy to see the University and the Defense Corridor. He will surely bless us wherever his soul is, ”said Prime Minister Modi.

Project work is being accelerated

“We get the teaching from Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh to fulfill our will, dream and do anything for it. He wanted independence for India and he spent every moment of his life for this, ”Modi said. “Today, the country is celebrating the 75th year of its independence. The work of such projects is being accelerated while the nectar festival of independence is being celebrated. The event was an opportunity to pay homage to King Mahendra Pratap Singh for his contribution to India’s independence movement. I am fortunate to have the honor of paying homage to the University started in the name of Raja Mahendra Pratap, ”Modi said. Governor Anandiben Patel, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Dinesh Sharma were present on the occasion.

Defeating Atal Bihari Vajpayee Mahendra Pratap Singh

Freedom fighter Mahendra Pratap Singh was a student of Aligarh Muslim University. He was the President of the first Provisional Government of India established in Kabul in 1915. Raja, who belonged to the Mursan Raj family, left Aligarh with his family in 1914 and lived in Germany for 33 years. He returned to India in 1947. In 1957, he contested from Mathura as an independent and defeated Jansangh candidate Atal Bihari Vajpayee to become an MP.

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