Now there will be no Namaz on the roads of UP, CM Yogi announced

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has recently made an important announcement once again. According to his announcement, there will be no prayers on the streets of Uttar Pradesh now. Yogi Adityanath said, "Now in Uttar Pradesh, religious events will not be held on the streets, namaz will not be offered on the streets.'' He said, "This is the first time this has been possible. Now the prayer is offered in the mosque itself. We have restricted the voice of 60,000 Myco to the campus.'' Mike once caused riot and chaos, but that's not the case anymore. "The new UP of New India is ready and we are moving forward with that confidence.''

Meanwhile, taking an aggressive stand on the opposition, CM Yogi said, "In the recently held Assembly elections, looting system was defeated. In the elections, half the population supported the BJP, because in the Corona period, the government stood with the people. The people rejected all the conspiracies which were done against the BJP in the Corona period.'' Yogi Adityanath said, "The BJP also has a majority of two-thirds in the Legislative Council, the BJP has got an absolute majority in both the Houses for the first time. UP has become a hub of exports today.''

He further said, "India is not going to be china but the biggest investment country. India is investing the most.'' Chief Minister Adityanath said, "Since 1947, there has been a political crisis in Uttar Pradesh. The state was thrown into the fire of riots. But today all these have been solved, today UP has become a riot-free UP. Today, Ram Navami programs are performed in a peaceful manner here. Now Uttar Pradesh is on the path of development.''

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