PM Modi: Projects of Electoral States Should be Completed on Time

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed the ministers to complete the projects of the respective states on time in view of the assembly elections of five states to be held next year. He has given a clear message to throw full force, especially in Uttar Pradesh
PM Modi: Projects of Electoral States Should be Completed on Time
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PM Modi has directed the state ministers to complete the projects of the respective states on time in view of the assembly elections of five states to be held next year. He has given a clear-cut message to throw full force, especially in the state of Uttar Pradesh. According to sources, the PM issued a directive to this effect this week after reviewing the projects related to the assembly election states.

PM will review the progress of projects

PM Modi will once again review the progress of projects related to the assembly election states in the coming month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of Jat Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh State University on August 14 amidst apprehensions of political damage in western Uttar Pradesh.

Assembly elections are due in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa, Punjab, and Manipur early next year. However, from all these states, the main focus of PM Modi will be Uttar Pradesh. In fact, due to the leading role of the Jat fraternity in the running movement against the agriculture law, the BJP is not in a good position in western Uttar Pradesh.

Attempts to woo the dissatisfied

Image Credit: ABP News
Image Credit: ABP News

The personality of Mursan politics in Hathras, Jat Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh matches the BJP's strategy. Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh, who formed India's interim government in Afghanistan in 1915, warned the Father of the nation ie Mahatma Gandhi about Muhammad Ali Jinnah in 1930. Then in a letter to Gandhi, the king had instructed Jinnah not to embrace him, describing him as a poison.

After this, he started the activities of Azad Hind Fauj in Afghanistan itself. It is noteworthy that there is an ongoing political campaign to unite the Jat alliance with Muslims in western Uttar Pradesh through Kisan Andolan. In that case, it is considered an attempt to defraud opponents.

The target of completing the construction work of the university by 2022

With the establishment of the university, the state government has made all the necessary arrangements. On the other hand, 37 hectares of government land are proposed and 10 hectares of land have been acquired in Lodha tehsil of Aligarh. It is intended to complete the construction of the university by 2022. In 2019, CM Yogi had announced the university under the name of Jat Raja.

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