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National News
Asking vote for those who insulted Ambedkar is stooping to new low: Yogi to Mayawati
 
Lucknow: Terming Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) alliance as opportunist, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that it was sign of declining politics when BSP chief Mayawati was asking to vote for those who insulted Dr BR Ambedkar. Addressing the election gatherings in Bijnor, Farukkhabad and Kanauj on Saturday, CM Yogi said greed of power forced BSP chief to ask vote for persons who insulted Dalit icon Dr B R Ambedkar.

He said it was live example that opposition party leaders will do anything to grab the power. ?We had promised to clear dues of Sugarcane farmers and we kept our promise while previous SP-BSP governments ignored plights of farmers,? Mr Aditynath said. He claimed that BJP was winning all 16 seats in first two phases of election while all 10 seats of third phase will also be bagged by BJP. Slamming opposition parties, CM Yogi said that Congress supported ''anti national'' elements in its manifesto while SP-BSP governments were known for corruption.

He said time has ripe to vote out SP-BSP and Congress for better development of the country. Criminal activities were common in western UP during past SP government regime, CM Yogi said claiming that BJP government eliminated organized crime from the state and locked criminals in jail. He said BJP asks to vote for development not on grounds of caste and religion. Alleging that Congress followed appeasement politics, CM Yogi said former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had asserted that Muslims have first right on national resources.

He alleged that Congress always ignored rights of farmers, Dalit and unprivileged but for political gains they supported Muslims in several ways. ?Those who have not respect for constitution and democracy were not worthy of getting votes. This is parliamentary elections and we all know who can give us better development as PM,? CM Yogi claimed. He claimed that our territorial boundaries were much secured in Modi government regime.


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PM Modi begins three-nation trip, says engagements will strengthen India's relations with time-tested friends
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No need for any debate on reservation: Paswan
Bengal's personalities write open letter to Mamata
Congress MLA Nirmala Gavit quits, may join Shiv Sena
Modi govt committed to development of northeast: Shah
Flood-like situation in parts of Punjab, Haryana, IAF rescues 9 people
Teachers report to schools in Kashmir, students don't
Yogi Adityanath to reshuffle UP cabinet on Monday
22 killed in rain-related incidents in HP
When night falls over the city, jawans on alert to keep Kashmir safe
Fire at AIIMS, 22 fire tenders rushed
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Vivek Oberoi to star in film on Balakot air strikes
 Mumbai: After portraying Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a biopic, Vivek Oberoi says he is set to pr  
Chris Pine to star in film about Richard Nixon lawyer John Dean
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It's challenging to reinvent constantly: Kriti Kharbanda
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Despite tensions, Pak stands ready to open Kartarpur Corridor: Qureshi
 Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday said that despite tensions with India, it stands ready to open the Kar
Two Govt hospitals in Pak deny specialised ambulance facility to Sharif
UN, France raise concern over Amazon wildfires 'crisis'
US seeking balancing act in South Asia over Kashmir: Report
KERALA NEWS
Malayalam actor, film crew stranded in Himachal village
 Thiruvananthapuram: A 30-member film crew from Kerala, including award-winning actress Manju Warrier
Ex-Deputy Commandant of AR camp held in connection with constable's death
"More flights to Kerala from Gulf countries during Onam"
Flood in Kerala: CM conducts aerial survey
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