PM Modi praises Yogi’s ‘outstanding work’ to tame second wave | India News

PM Modi praises Yogi’s ‘outstanding work’ to tame second wave | India News

LUCKNOW: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Varanasi on Thursday cleared all doubts, if there were any, about the preeminence of Brand Yogi as the part of BJP’s campaign strategy in the forthcoming UP elections early next year.
He landed in his parliamentary constituency after over seven months to launch projects worth Rs 1,583 crore but political analysts see it as Modi’s first tour to UP with strong political messages, nearly eight months before the biggest state in the country goes to polls.
His 32-minute speech revolved around Yogi’s “outstanding work” to tame the second wave of Covid and the contribution of his work ethics and hard work towards the overall development of UP in the past four and a half years.
During his speech, Modi said that “the list of development work in UP under CM Yogi was so long that one really finds it difficult to choose what to count and what to leave out”. This stamp of approval has come after whispering voices of change in leadership were being heard along with attacks from opposition leaders during the peak of pandemic in April and May.
Amid speculations that all was not well between New Delhi and Lucknow, top BJP leaders, including the PM, home minister Amit Shah and defence minister Rajnath Singh took to social media platforms to highlight the party’s win in zila panchayat chairperson and block pramukh polls and credited Yogi for the ‘thumping victories’.

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