- Buffaloes, bulls and women are safe
- This was not the case before
- Yogi Adityanath with statement
When the workers lived elsewhere, the women in the family asked them if they felt safe. Before, our daughters and sisters didn’t feel safe. Even the buffalo and bulls were not safe going through the west of the UP, ”said Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while addressing a training program for party spokesmen at the BJP headquarters in Lucknow.
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These problems are in western UP. Could not see in Eastern UP. But today the situation is the same, said Yogi Adityanath. Is it possible to forcefully attack a bull, a bull or a woman today? Isn’t this a difference? What was the identity of Uttar Pradesh? Anyone that day was afraid to walk down the street at night. But that’s not the case today, he said.
Five states, including Uttar Pradesh, will go to the polls next year. In 2017, the BJP came to power in the state with 325 seats. According to the ABP C voter poll, the BJP government will continue to rule the state. The poll found that seats would be reduced but the BJP would retain power.
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According to the ABP survey, the BJP will win only 263 seats in the next election. It is estimated that the government will maintain power but there will be a large drop in seats. But in Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath has 40% support. According to the poll, Akhilesh Yadav has 27 percent support.
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In Uttar Pradesh, the BJP is projected to lose up to 62 seats, while the Samajwadi Party alliance is projected to increase to 65 seats. The BJP is projected to win 259-267 seats in the 403-member assembly. The SP can get up to 107-119 seats. While Congress is limited to 3-7 seats, others are likely to win 6 to 10 seats, according to ABP C’s poll of voters. The BSP is likely to win 12 to 16 seats.
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