Hitting out at the opposition, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has claimed that the opposing parties are trying to mislead the farmers into creating unrest in the country. However, what is interesting here is the underlying logic. Yogi claims that the opposition parties are doing so following their unhappiness over the construction of Ram temple.
“This is the unhappiness of the people who don’t like that Bharat is becoming Ek Bharat,” claims Yogi Adityanath, explaining the opposition parties’ “motivation”, which also includes the anger from the abrogation of Article 370. “The Opposition is misleading the farmers by spreading rumours about the removal of mandis and MSP,” Yogi adds, noting that the parties are fighting for the middlemen.
“The government has already said that there is no question of taking back MSP, then why are the farmers still protesting. They are angry, as they cannot tolerate a Ram temple is built in Ayodhya, especially since Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kick-started the construction of the temple,” added the UP Chief Minister.
The BJP Minister also hit out at Communism in his speech, using misleading information. “The theory of communism will never work here — that if you repeat a lie a hundred times it will come true. Some do not want a change in the lives of the farmers,” said Yogi, adding that the Prime Minister has been tirelessly working to help Indian farmers.