Polls in UP ‘pro-incumbency’, people fighting for continuation of govt: PM Modi in Varanasi

Polls in UP 'pro-incumbency', people fighting for continuation of govt: PM Modi in Varanasi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday described the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls as “pro-incumbency”, saying the people themselves are fighting for continuation of the government.

Addressing an election rally at Khajuri village in Varanasi, the prime minister said that due to their aversion towards him, “dynasts” were making fun of ‘vocal for local’ and the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

Even on the Ukraine issue, the opposition is busy doing politics and adding to the people’s woes, Modi said.

‘Ghor parivarvadis’ are agitated by the govt’s ‘Vocal for Local’ campaign: PM Modi in Varanasi

“Yoga, Ayurveda have gained a lot of prominence in the whole world today, but these ghor parivarvadis (dynasts) avoid taking the name of Yoga. Congress forgot about the Khadi which was once the party’s identity,” PM Modi

In a swipe at the Congress, he said the party which derived political mileage for years from Khadi now hesitates to even take its name.

Modi added that his government has made Khadi and yoga international brands.

Varanasi will vote in the last phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections on March 7.

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