Roy Bereli. In the run-up to the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, leaders of political parties have started throwing verbal arrows at each other. The first socialist chief, Akhilesh Yadav, taunted the Yogi government by saying that the BJP should bulldoze its party symbol. Now in this continuity, the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, Keshab Prasad Maurya, while replying, said that Akhilesh has a defect in his eyesight. His party’s election symbol AK-47 should be changed. With this, Mayan said that there is no Congress in the state. He sneered at Congress general secretary and UP in-charge Priyanka Gandhi, saying he had come here in 2019 too, visited but the results were in front of everyone.
It is noteworthy that Keshab Prasad came to Rae Bareli to lay the foundation stone of the Maurya Development Project. At this time he laid the foundation stone of a project worth more than two hundred crore rupees. At that time, he said, the government is constantly working for the people and UP is number one in the country in terms of development.
Then repeat the words of 300 seats
Keshab Prasad Maurya has once again demanded more than 300 seats in the BJP’s register in the Assembly elections. He said the BJP would register victory in all the seats in Rae Bareli. In addition, the government will be formed by winning more than 300 seats in the state. At the same time, Keshab Prasad gave a strong response to the controversy over the advertisement given by the state government in Maurya newspaper. He directly concluded the matter as negligence of the information department.
Mention of development work
At this time, Keshab Prasad Maurya said, the foundation stone of a bridge over the river Ganges between Uchhahar and Khagar and another bridge between Kithora and Ralpur at a cost of Rs 165 crore has been laid. He also said that a bridge would be built soon on the Sai River in Nasirabad area.
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