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CM Yogi roared at the opponents - the law is equal for all, now no one offers Namaz on the road

CM Yogi Adityanath has again taunted the opponents regarding law and order in Uttar Pradesh. Yogi said that the law is equal for all. Now no one in UP is offering Namaz sitting on the road.

New Delhi: After the murder of Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf in police custody, questions are constantly being raised on the law and order situation of the Yogi government in UP. After the murder of Atiq Ahmed and Ashraf Ahmed, the BJP government was fiercely attacked by all the opposition parties, including the Samajwadi Party, but now CM Yogi Adityanath has strongly attacked the opponents on Saturday. Yogi said that now the law and order situation in UP is solid. There is rule of law here now. Law is same for all. No one offers Namaz sitting on the road in UP anymore.

Liem Yogi has given this big statement while inaugurating the 24th National Conference of the Chairpersons of State Public Service Commissions. CM Yogi said, "This is the same UP which was earlier bound by the mafia and now it seems that they have no future here. For the past few years, UP has been passing through both good and bad cycles of politics. Is kept.

Yogi further said that nine years ago, when the country came under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country saw a change with new hope and aspirations. There was also a time when this region had turned into a nuisance. But what the UP police and administration have done in the last six years is to tell all this to us in different states of India through all of you."

While congratulating the people of the state on Eid, CM Yogi said, "The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr brings the message of happiness and reconciliation. This festival gives the message of peace and harmony. Harmony and social harmony to all." A pledge should be taken to strengthen it further. Progress happens only by living together in the society.

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