Yogi kicks off campaign from Ayodhya invoking blessings of Lord Rama

Yogi kicks off campaign from Ayodhya invoking blessings of Lord Rama

Indicating that BJP would play the 'Hindutva' card in the forthcoming local bodies polls in   Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath kicked off   campaign on Tuesday from Ayodhya saying nothing moves without the blessings of Lord Rama.

''Ram ke bina Bharat mein koi kaam nahin ho sakta'' (without Lord Rama, nothing moves in India), Adityanath said at a public meeting.

Adityanath said Lord Rama was a ''symbol of faith'' for him and millions of others. He would always love to visit Ayodhya, he added.

The chief minister listed his government's achievements in the last seven months and said it was ensured that the benefits of development reached every individual.

Hits out at SP, BSP

Adityanath, who visited Ayodhya for the fourth time since assuming charge of the state, promised all-round development of the twin towns of Faizabad and Ayodhya, which would go to the polls in the first phase of polling on November 26.

He accused the Opposition Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) of doing nothing for the development of Ayodhya.

In an informal chat with reporters, the chief minister welcomed the initiative by spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravishankar to resolve the Ram temple dispute.

The chief minister was scheduled to launch his election campaign from Muzaffarnagar but his itinerary was changed at the eleventh hour and his first meeting was held at Ayodhya. Adityanath was flanked by prominent seers of the temple town. He also paid obeisance at the famous Hanumangarhi temple before addressing the rally.

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