With several Opposition parties expressing apprehensions over the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) especially after Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls, state Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has brought out a catchphrase calling it, “Every Vote Modi”, Indian Express report said. After the polls in the state and other ones too, which saw BJP winning two-thirds of the seats, several Opposition leaders have raised the concern of EVM tampering. In fact the CM said that EVM no longer stands for ‘electronic voting machine but it has become ‘every vote Modi’.
The chief minister, while addressing party workers in Gorakhpur on Saturday, said that in the recently concluded municipal polls in Delhi, voters have proved that the “meaning of EVM was no more electronic voting machine but it has become ‘every vote Modi”, the report quoted him as saying. He added, “The Delhi public proved that they have faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi and in his effort to make India the biggest economic power in the world.”
The CM wants BJP workers to emulate the success of state assembly polls as well as in MCD polls in the UP municipal sphere too. The state will vote for 744 urban local bodies in June. Yogi Adityanath also asked party workers to increase campaigns so that the schemes of central and state government reach among the masses in Uttar Pradesh. The chief minister, while claiming that the new BJP Government has already changed the atmosphere in one month, since taking over, also expressed hope that the state will become an attractive investment destination.
While promising that the foundation for two new sugar mills will be laid, he said that one mill will be made operational in the eastern part of the state in next few months.
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Yogi Adityanath added that increase in industries will help in the growth of the employment in the state. He asked party workers not to agitate since BJP was in the government now. “If the path of agitation is adopted, then it will worsen the situation,” the CM was quoted as saying by Indian Express.
The chief minister also urged BJP workers to send forward their concerns and suggestions to the state government through MLAs, MPs and party organisation leaders.