Will release Census figure’s to deter BJP’s caste based Politics


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As the battling for the Lok Sabha races has started going all out, ideological group pioneers are running to Kumbh in Prayagraj to look for celestial gifts and previous Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is the most recent section.

The Samajwadi Party president originally achieved the Niranjani Akhada in Ardh Kumbh on Sunday and looked for the gifts from Mahant Narendra Giri for the up and coming constituent fight.

Going up against the Yogi government’s supposed position based legislative issues and its dreary demeanor towards the ranchers, the previous CM stated, “In the event that we come to control in UP, we will discharge the standing evaluation figures to keep any rank based governmental issues and separation in the state. From one perspective, ranchers are kicking the bucket of disappointment, our CM is occupied with Kumbh festivity.”

Talking on the development of a Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, he stated, “I think our diviners and holy people have firm confidence in the Supreme Court and everybody should sit tight for its decision.”

Pitching for a sans military Allahabad stronghold at the sacred Sangam, Yadav stated, “The fortification ought to be given over to the state government from the Army, which will be the genuine ‘daan’ (offering) for the Kumbh. The state government should pass a goals in the bureau and send it to the focal government.”

“Notwithstanding our past competition, we have met up and sewed a coalition against the BJP and I trust that we will enlist a success on the greater part of the seats,” said Yadav in regards to the early SP-BSP partnership.

Yadav likewise respected the dazzling passage of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in dynamic governmental issues and urged the adolescent to join legislative issues.

Priyanka will formally assume responsibility as accountable for eastern Uttar Pradesh on February 4 after a heavenly plunge in the stream Ganga at the Kumbh Mela joined by her sibling and Congress boss Rahul Gandhi.


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