Supporting the Taliban means supporting anti-Indian acts: Yogi Adityanath

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Yogi Adityanath declared that “every faith and community” is now free to celebrate its festivals. (To file)

Hapur (UP):

Supporting the Taliban means supporting anti-India, anti-humanity, anti-women and anti-child acts, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Wednesday, warning people to beware of supporters of the extremist group. Islamic.

He made the remarks at a public event in the Dholana assembly area in Hapur district, western UP, where he unveiled and laid the foundation stones for projects worth d ‘About Rs 340 crore.

“You must have seen Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading the country to a new India”Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat‘. In the process, UP is also transforming itself and becomes a new model of development, good governance and security, ”he declared.

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“But still, there are elements that dislike the development of India. Somewhere they are trying to create obstacles in the way of the development of the country. We have to identify those people who support the cruelty of the Taliban.” , the chief minister told the crowd.

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan a month ago in a dramatic turn of events even before the United States could completely withdraw its troops from the two-decade-old theater of war.

“Supporting the Taliban is supporting anti-India, anti-humanity, anti-women and anti-child acts. “said Mr. Adityanath.

“It cannot be accepted. We have to be careful with those people who support the wrongdoing of the Taliban,” he said.

The Chief Minister shared the stage with Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation VK Singh, BJP MP Anil Agarwal, local BJP leaders and others.

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Addressing the state’s previous non-BJP governments, the priest-turned-politician said administrations would deny permission for Kanwar Yatra celebrations and processions until 2017, but that changed under his rule over the past four years. last and a half months. years.

He said people of “all faiths and communities” are now free to celebrate their holidays as long as they abide by the laws of the country, adding that “astha“(Dedication) is the” greatest strength “of the country.

“We have called on worshipers of all faiths and communities to celebrate their holidays peacefully and obey the law. There is no problem and it is the government’s responsibility to ensure their safety and facilities. The government BJP created that atmosphere in the state, ”he said.

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Mr. Adityanath, however, said “personal faith” should not become an obstacle to national security and sovereignty.

“Each person should keep in mind that our identities cannot be our individual identity alone. Our identity cannot be greater than the identity of our nation. Our individual faith cannot be greater than the nation.

“We should have a sense of dedication and devotion to the nation and when this is done no power in the world can harm us. India today is moving fast on this path,” he said. added.

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