It’s been over 4 years since CM Yogi has taken off: UP Deputy Chief Minister

Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister for the last four-and-a-half years, has also not taken a day off from work in seven years, according to the state’s Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma.

“We don’t discriminate based on religion,” Mr. Sharma said at a “prabuddh sammelan” in Greater Noida.

Modi did not take a single day off; comments Mr. Sharma

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“In his seven-year tenure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not take a single day off. It’s no different with the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who didn’t take a day off either “An official statement was given by Mr. Sharma.

“A true patriot works not for himself but society,” he stated, adding that “such a person is capable of effecting change.”

Mr. Sharma’s event fell on the same day as Arvind Kumar Sharma, the BJP’s Uttar Pradesh vice president, who was doing a different public outreach event in Noida.

BJP makes no distinctions based on caste or sect

Following brief discussions with party office-bearers on the way, the deputy chief minister visited a program organized by a teachers’ organization in Greater Noida, accompanied by Jewar Noida MLA Dhirendra Singh and Dadri MLA Tejpal Nagar.

“The BJP makes no distinctions based on caste or sect. All of the government’s projects have been implemented for every sector of the population in the last four and a half years, and people have profited “he stated

“The BJP does not discriminate between Hindus and Muslims,” he was quoted as saying in the statement. “That is why there was no Hindu-Muslim riot in a single place during this government’s tenure (in UP).”

Mr. Sharma tweets that education, teachers, and children are a top concern for the BJP

Mr. Sharma, a member of the Legislative Council (MLC), had earlier said on Twitter that education, teachers, and children are a top concern for the BJP-led administration.

“Participated in the BJP-organized “prabuddh sammellan” at Gautam Buddh University in Gautam Buddh Nagar. The BJP is a party that believes in bringing together people from all walks of life. 

Previously, the party had talks with farmers, then the OBC group, and now the “prabuddh” sector of society “In another Hindi tweet, he remarked.

Mr. Sharma met with some BJP leaders, including Gautam Buddh Nagar MP Mahesh Sharma, at the UP Sadan in Delhi, where he would be spending Sunday night, before his Greater Noida tour.

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