400 Paar, abki baar, has turned into a public statement: CM Yogi

Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, said on Friday that the national catchphrase “Abki baar, 400 paar” had evolved into a statement for public consumption. He expressed optimism that the BJP will win the general elections and said that, while there are still three election phases to go, everyone is already optimistic about the outcome on June 4.

“The slogan is the clarion call of the common people across the country against the divisive, appeasement and anarchic policies of the Congress and the INDI Alliance,” the Chief Minister said while addressing a public assembly in the Barabanki Lok Sabha constituency on Zaidpur Road in Barabanki.

He urged people to support Lok Sabha candidates Rajrani Rawat of Barabanki and Kaushal Kishore, a Union Minister, of Mohanlalganj.

On behalf of the people of Barabanki, the Chief Minister extended a warm welcome to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the land of Mahadeva and Siddheshwar Mahadev. According to him, the catchphrase “Abki Baar 400 Paar” also serves as a fresh declaration of the triumph of Prime Minister Modi’s plans for “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat,” “Atmanirbhar,” and “Viksit Bharat.”

He said that in light of the events of the last ten years, people are once again identifying with the success of the Modi administration.

Chief Minister Adityanath asked the people to help realize PM Modi’s goal of an independent and prosperous India by allowing the “lotus” to blossom in each of the 80 UP Lok Sabha constituencies, including Barabanki and Mohanlalganj.

Among those in attendance were State Government Minister Satish Chandra Sharma, Kaushal Kishore, and Union Minister Anupriya Patel.


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