SP not worried about UP’s future and youth migrating: Modi


modiPrime Minister Narendra Modi on February 23 is addressing election rallies in Bahraich and Basti ahead of the fifth phase of UP assembly elections.

Security has been tightened in view of Modi’s rallies. The second rally will be held at Polytechnic College grounds in Basti.

Addressing the gathering in Bahraich, Modi said in UP, women cannot go out alone at night. Every police station is becoming a base of Samajwadi Party.

Stating that UP has been known for several types of mafias, he said, people will become the scapegoats when those who govern become part of the mafia. It is quite unfortunate, he added.

Promising that he would work on the loan waiver for farmers, Modi said that the Saryu project will be completed after the BJP comes to power in the state. The project will benefit farmers.

Stating that there would be irrigation for farmers, education for children, earning for youths and medicine for old-aged people if BJP comes to power, he said: “The party’s fight is against corruption and black money and safeguarding the rights of small and medium traders.”

While this was so, he said the youth of Uttar Pradesh were migrating to other states and cities because of lack of employment opportunities for them here.

The SP, which joined hands with the Congress because of its internal problems, was the least interested about the state’s future. The state government has failed on all fronts, he thundered.

Asking the CM why the sugarcane farmers in the state were facing so many troubles, he asked why their dues have not been settled so far.

It is high time that Akhilesh Yadav left the attitude of hatred. Modi said the people of the state were excited to bring BJP to power, he claimed.