UP polls : Opposition fighting for second position in UP, says Yogi Adityanath

UP CM Yogi Adityanath. File Photo

UP CM Yogi Adityanath. File Photo

With rivals comparing the Lakhimpur Kheri occurrence to the Jallianwala slaughter to focus on the BJP, UP CM Yogi Adityanath on Sunday attested that the law was taking its own course regarding this situation and the Opposition’s endeavor to infer political mileage in the surveys would not succeed.

In a meeting on board a helicopter, Adityanath guaranteed different gatherings were just battling the surveys for the subsequent spot and said he was not in any way stressed over his own political race from Gorakhpur Urban seat.

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Inquired as to whether he has any prime ecclesiastical aspiration, he said: “I’m a basic laborer of the BJP and play out the undertaking given by the party to me. I have never pursued any post or seat.”

On SP’s case of being a “nayi (new) SP”, he said the appropriation of passes to hoodlums and mafias clarifies that the party has not changed even a little, he said.

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