BJP will completely remedy ‘unlawful migrants’ problem in Assam if re-elected, says Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath | India Information
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday (March 23) claimed that his celebration Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) will completely remedy the issues of unlawful migrants and flood menace in Assam if re-elected.
Addressing a marketing campaign rally in Assam, the UP CM additional claimed that BJP’s rule in the course of the previous 5 years ushered in unity and growth.
“5 years again (throughout Congress rule) there was no dialogue on the event of Assam and divisions had been created amongst folks on the premise of areas, for political beneficial properties. There have been additionally issues of Bodoland, unlawful migrants and insurgency,” PTI quoted the senior BJP chief as saying.
“However that modified underneath Prime Minister Narendra Modi who transformed the ‘Look East’ coverage to ‘Act East’ coverage altering the picture of the northeastern area,” the UP CM added.
The UP CM mounted an assault on Congress and accused it of “divisive politics” that led to the Partition of the nation in 1947 and stated it’s exhibiting the “identical mindset” which is seen in its alliance with the AIUDF to combat the approaching Assam Meeting polls. Adityanath stated the nation was “compelled” to be divided in 1947 as a consequence of Congress’ pursuit of energy.
“I can see lots of Bengali-speaking folks right here within the rally. Of their pursuit of energy, the Congress, as a consequence of its divisive coverage, made your ancestors expertise Partition in 1947 when (present-day) Bangladesh and Pakistan had been part of India,” he stated.
“The Congress nonetheless has the identical mindset that divided the nation in 1947, imposed article 370 in 1952, instigated Bodoland motion in Assam. With that mindset it made ballot alliance with AIUDF to as soon as once more create instability within the state by unlawful migration”.
BJP is preventing the Assam polls in an alliance with Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and United Individuals’s Occasion Liberal (UPPL), who’re a part of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA).
Assam will go to the polls in three phases for the 126-member meeting seats starting from March 27.
(With PTI inputs)