Lucknow, Nov, 01: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath said that his government will bring in a law to curb love jihad.
Yogi made it clear that those who conceal their identity and disrespect our women are warned. If you do not mend your ways the Ram Naam Satya journey will begin., the UP CM also said. The Allahabad High Court last week said that conversion only for marriage is unacceptable.
Bengaluru, Dec 27: Now Karnataka too has decided to make the rioters pay. Taking a cue from Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, Karnataka too has decided to recover the damages from those who destroyed public property during the violence during the protests against the new citizenship law.
Karnataka minister, R Ashoka said that the government would soon decide on a legislation to seize the properties of those involved in damaging public property. We will also bring a similar rule here, Ashoka also said.
New Delhi, Oct 1: The official line that Pakistan towed at the United Nations was similar to line that its terrorists have been towing over the past several years. After being chastised by External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj for harbouring terrorists, Pakistan decided to counter these statements by targeting the RSS and also raking up the Assam NRC issue.
Uttar Pradesh became the first state to draft a report advocating the need for a ‘One Nation One Poll.’ The Yogi Adityanath government showed its willingness to hold simultaneous assembly and Lok Sabha elections from 2019 onwards.
There was some disturbing news that has come from Uttar Pradesh with several MLAs in the Yogi Adityanath government getting threat calls. Preliminary investigations have shown that the call was being made by a man claiming to be an aide of Dawood Ibrahim.
Both Rahul Gandhi and Yogi Adityanath campaigned extensively in the state of Karnataka for the assembly elections. An story that appeared in the Organiser speaks about the strike rate of both Rahul and Yogi Adityanath.
Yogi Adityanath drew a parallel between the law and order situation in Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh, the state of which he is the Chief Minister. The law and order in UP is very much under control, but it has collapsed in Karnataka, he said.
Vikas, Suraksha, Sushasan was the mantra that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath came up during his Karnataka campaign. He said that the BJP would seek its vote on Development, Security and Good Governance.
Yogi Adityanath will address 35 rallies in Karnataka from May 3 onwards. This would mean that the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister would address at least 4 to 5 rallies a day as part of his hectic schedule.