Central Take Action Against Chaos: Yogi Adityanath’s Promise to Chhattisgarh

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Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, stated that action will be taken against those causing chaos in Chhattisgarh in the name of “love jihad” and cow smuggling once the Bharatiya Janata Party comes to power. He made these remarks during a rally in the Kawardha Assembly seat, where he criticized the Congress party for being a problem for the country, society, and the public. Adityanath referred to the Congress’ victory in the 2018 polls in the state as a mistake, citing incidents where Ram Navami processions were banned and a worker opposing “love jihad” was murdered.

In Uttar Pradesh, there is a double engine government that has completely banned “love jihad” and enacted laws against conversion. Adityanath emphasized that no one can convert illegally, and those who do will face consequences. Love jihad is a term used by right-wing activists to describe a conspiracy by Muslim men to convert Hindu women through marriage.

Adityanath urged the people to elect a double engine government in Chhattisgarh as well, claiming that the Congress has been trying to disrupt law and order by promoting activities such as love jihad, cow smuggling, and mining mafia. He assured that similar actions would be taken in Chhattisgarh as in Uttar Pradesh to address these issues.

Highlighting the close relationship between Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh, Adityanath described Chhattisgarh as the maternal home of Lord Ram and the paternal home of Mata Kaushalya for the people of Uttar Pradesh. He compared Kawardha to Kashi (ancient name of Varanasi) and criticized the Congress for appointing Mohammad Akbar, whom he likened to Akbar, as the sitting MLA and minister in the region.

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