Choose between nationalists and Jihadists, Yogi tells voters

Choose between nationalists and Jihadists, Yogi tells voters

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath waves at crowd during an election rally in Belur, Hassan district on Thursday. dh photo

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Thursday, said, the Assembly polls in Karnataka has great significance. “It is time for the voters to decide whether they want the nationalists to win the elections or the ‘Jihadists.”

Yogi, who was addressing the election campaign rally for the BJP candidate H K Suresh, alleged that the Siddaramaiah-led government has adopted the ideologies of jihadis, which is affecting national security.

“The voters should decide between nationalists’ governance or the government, which supports people like Asaduddin Owaisi and Yasin Bhatkal. Siddaramaiah’s government is the most corrupt and is also anti-farmer and anti-youths,” he said.

“When our government could write off the loans of 86 lakh farmers within a year of coming to power, why was it not possible for the Congress, which ruled the state for five years. Law and order situation is worse in the Karnataka and 23 Hindu youths have been killed. Why did the Siddaramaiah government not stop it,” he questioned.

MLA C T Ravi, BJP district president Yoga Ramesh and BJP candidate H K Suresh were present.