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UP CM Yogi Adityanath Providing a Safe Environment in Muzaffarnagar, No Need for Curfews

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath emphasized the transformative power of voting during his address at the Prabudha Sammelan in Muzaffarnagar. He cited the past turmoil in the region due to wrong governance and highlighted the positive impact of electing the right leaders.

Adityanath pointed out that Muzaffarnagar had faced a period of curfew and lawlessness when power was in the wrong hands. However, he noted that the situation improved when the right parties and individuals were elected, leading to the end of chaos and the restoration of faith and security in the region.

The Chief Minister emphasized the importance of each vote in bringing about change, stating that the election of the right leaders paved the way for initiatives like the PM SVANidhi scheme, which provides loans to street vendors. He also mentioned the aspirations of locals for the revival of Shuktirtha’s former glory and announced plans for a Shuktirtha Development Council to support this vision.

Highlighting the historical and cultural significance of Muzaffarnagar, Adityanath mentioned the region’s rich heritage and its association with the revered Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran. He spoke of Shukdev Maharaj’s imparting of the Mahapuran in the area five millennia ago, underscoring the deep-rooted historical importance of the land.

In conclusion, the Chief Minister’s address at the Prabudha Sammelan in Muzaffarnagar shed light on the transformative power of voting and the positive impact of electing the right leaders on the region’s development and security. Adityanath’s remarks emphasized the need for responsible governance and highlighted the significant role of every vote in shaping the future of Muzaffarnagar and Uttar Pradesh.


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