By Muslim Mirror Staff
In a speech delivered during a rally in Alwar, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath stirred controversy by drawing parallels between the Israel-Gaza conflict and the political landscape in Rajasthan.
Addressing the crowd, Yogi Adityanath made a perplexing comparison, stating, “Are you watching, how the Taliban mindset is being crushed in Gaza? Hitting the target and crushing it with precision.”
He said that the solution to combat the Taliban is symbolized by “Bajrang Bali’s mace,” referring to the Hindu deity Lord Hanuman.
Yogi Adityanath launched a scathing attack on the Rajasthan Congress, accusing them of promoting anarchy, hooliganism, and terrorism within society. He claimed that when politics becomes entangled in these issues, it has a detrimental effect on the civilized society.
The UP Chief Minister said, “Sardar Patel made Kashmir an integral part of India, but Congress leader Jawaharlal Nehru created problems here too, due to which terrorism spread. After this, when the BJP government came, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah made Kashmir problem-free. Steps were taken to eradicate terrorism from there.”
Yogi Adityanath did not stop there; he also criticized the Rajasthan Government for the rising cases of crime against women in the state. He made a controversial claim, stating, “Remember if Congress is successful, then sisters and daughters will be exploited due to Taliban mentality.”
Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also criticized the Congress government in Rajasthan. He expressed concern over the state’s deteriorating law and order situation, particularly highlighting the increasing cases of atrocities against women and Dalits.
PM Modi addressed the gathering, saying, “The Congress government in Rajasthan has destroyed the state in the past 5 years. It pains me that the state tops the crime list… A maximum number of cases of crime against women are from Rajasthan… Is this why you voted for Congress?… Congress left no stone unturned in looting the state.”
Modi claimed that the people of Rajasthan are eager for a change.