BJP govt restored true honour of women: Indian PM Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that assault on women was widespread during the previous governments in Uttar Pradesh and pointed out that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) restored the true honour of women in the state.

Addressing the Jan Chaupal rally virtually, PM Modi said, "Earlier, molestation of women was very common. The situation was so bad that after incidents of chain snatching, people were thankful that they were still alive. CM Yogi Adityanath's government freed women from that fear. We gave women their true honour."

Discussing the law and order situation in the state, PM Modi also stated that the criminals who went to jail under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are waiting for the elections so that the ruling government can be changed and they can come out of prison.

"During CM Yogi's tenure, criminals themselves ran to jails and demanded that they be locked up. They have been waiting for these elections for years. They have just one hope, that the elections come soon and there is a change of government so that they can come out of jail," he added.

The Prime Minister also said that the previous governments followed a model of creating trouble for every community and then covered everything in the name of sympathy.

He said the governance model led by previous governments in Uttar Pradesh troubled farmers, youth, poor people, Dalits, and other sections of society.

Prime Minister apologized for holding Jan Chaupal'' rally virtually, saying that the bad weather couldn't allow his helicopter to take off for Bijnor.


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