'Babua kept playing only on Twitter while lurking in the house,' Yogi raged on Akhilesh

Lucknow: CM Yogi has once again launched a scathing attack on opponents. In fact, recently, CM Yogi said, "During the crisis in Corona, people from other parties were in home isolation. The time has come for you to force them to stay indoors.'' Let me tell you all that these days CM Yogi Adityanath is constantly targeting opposition parties. In fact, last Saturday, CM Yogi reached Etawah, the stronghold of former CM Akhilesh Yadav. Here, he said, "When there is any problem with you, no one will be seen, SP, Congress, BSP. You have given them an opportunity before, but all of them have failed. Even during the Corona period, I was present with all my people's representatives to strengthen the system. During that time, I came here twice to see the arrangements.''

 

He further took a dig at Akhilesh Yadav and said, "During the crisis in Corona, people from other parties were in home isolation. Babua leaned into the house and played only on Twitter. Tell them that Twitter will vote for you Babua. The time has come for you to force them to stay indoors."

He also said, "The criminals' protectors want to disrupt the development of the state. The time has come to crack down on the perpetrators and not only the criminals but also the perpetrators of the criminals, which will curb crime and criminals. Earlier, public money was spent on the walls of cemeteries, but the same money is being spent on the welfare of the people, their development works. Earlier governments used to restrict the benefits of government schemes to the family and the mafia used to take the rights of the people together and now for me, only 25 crore people of the state are my family.''

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