CM Yogi reflects on 9 Years of Modi govt: “No one can look at India with crooked eyes”

29 May, 2023 | Nishtha Gupta

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed that India is no longer viewed with suspicion by others.

Commending the nine-year tenure of the BJP-led central government, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asserted on Monday that India’s borders are safeguarded, and no one can cast suspicious glances toward the nation.

During a public gathering in the state capital, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed that India is no longer viewed with suspicion by others. He highlighted India’s efforts to maintain positive relations with neighbouring countries and emphasized that the country is now responding firmly to any provocations. 

CM Yogi also reassured that the borders, ranging from Jammu and Kashmir to the Northeast, as well as areas affected by Naxalite insurgency, are all effectively secured. He concluded by affirming that India’s international borders are well protected, and measures have been taken to bring stability to insurgency-affected regions.

“Presently, India boasts world-class infrastructure, with the development of highways progressing swiftly. The construction of expressways, waterways, enhanced air connectivity, and rapid rail connectivity from Delhi to Meerut is underway,” said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during his address. He further emphasized the government’s efforts in the healthcare sector and mentioned that opportunities tailored to the requirements of each sector have been provided. He also highlighted the progress made in various welfare schemes.

CM Yogi expressed, “Under the effective leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the nation is reaping the benefits. The recent visit of the PM has further enhanced India’s pride on the global stage.” In the meantime, on the occasion of the Modi government completing nine years in office, press conferences will be conducted simultaneously in all state capitals nationwide by central ministers, as per party sources. Additionally, Union Ministers, along with Chief Ministers, will also hold press conferences in the states governed by the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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