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PM Modi’s attack on Akhilesh, said – he was afraid to even stand next to me

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During the inauguration of Purvanchal Expressway in Sultanpur, UP, PM Narendra Modi praised CM Yogi Adityanath, describing him as a Karmayogi. Along with this, coming in election mode, he also targeted Akhilesh Yadav without naming him. PM Narendra Modi said that I often used to think that what is being punished for UP. Now there is rapid development, but there was a government earlier, who was afraid to even stand near me that the vote bank might slip away. PM Modi said that there was a time when there was no road in UP but there was a road. Today, the people who do Raahjani are in jail and new roads and new roads are being built from village to village.

Attacking Akhilesh Yadav, PM Narendra Modi said that there was such a government that its entire focus was on its family and its region. Now the whole of UP is getting uniform development. Whether West UP and Bundelkhand and East UP all the areas are being developed equally. PM Modi said that this expressway will also help people going from Delhi to Bihar. He said that work is also going on on the 300-km Bundelkhand Expressway. It will connect cities like Mahoba, Banda, Chitrakoot, Jalaun, Etawah and Auraiya.

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PM Modi said that thousands of villages in UP have been connected with new roads in the last four and a half years. Thousands of kilometers of new roads have been built. Now with the cooperation of all of you and with the participation of the UP government, the dream of development of the state is now visible. Today new medical colleges are being built in Uttar Pradesh. AIIMS are being built and modern educational institutions are being built. Just a few weeks ago I was fortunate to have inaugurated the International Airport at Kushinagar and today I am handing over the Purvanchal Expressway to you. PM Modi said that the benefit of this expressway will be for the poor and middle class.

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