Go to Pakistan and beg there: Yogi tells Oppn leaders

Yogi Adityanath with Narendra Modi

Mahoba: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath launched a sharp attack on opposition leaders, accusing them of “singing for Pakistan.”

Speaking at a public meeting in Mahoba, Uttar Pradesh, Adityanath criticised those he believes support Pakistan, saying, “Those who are singing for Pakistan, if they love it so much, why are they still here? Go there and beg. Leaders of the INDI alliance are threatening us by saying Pakistan has atom bombs. If they have atom bombs, do we keep ours in the fridge?”

His comments were in response to Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar, who recently said in an interview that it is important to respect Pakistan as a sovereign nation and start a dialogue despite the tensions. Aiyar’s remarks about both countries having atom bombs and the potential danger if someone irrational were to use them attracted widespread criticism from the BJP.

Adityanath also highlighted that Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has improved the lives of 25 crore people, more than the population of Pakistan, by lifting them out of poverty over the past decade.

Earlier, during an election rally, Adityanath had labeled Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav as “Ram-haters,” claiming they are unhappy with the Ram Mandir and recalling how, during their tenure, there were terrorist attacks on the Janmabhoomi and cases against terrorists were withdrawn.

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