In Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, the standoff between Rajput and Gujjars of being a descendant of Emperor Mihir Bhoj continues. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today unveiled the statue of Emperor Mihir Bhoj. During this, CM Yogi inaugurated 12 crore schemes of Dadri assembly. He said that Raja Mihir Bhoj was a great religious protector of the ninth century. Who had saved the sixes of foreign invaders? I bow to them. A nation that forgets its history and tradition, cannot even protect its geography. After this, CM Yogi Adityanath reached Amroha and reached Amroha. Here he inaugurated/founded various development schemes and distributed certificates to the beneficiaries of public welfare schemes.
AAP must have seen some incidents of international level
CM Yogi Adityanath further said that you are the heir of that great tradition, be proud. Who is such an Indian? Who can forget the sacrifice of Panna Dhai? Be proud of that tradition. He said that the Prime Minister of the country while starting the Amrit Festival of Independence, had said that the great personalities whom we have forgotten. They have to be respected. The sacrifice of the sacrificers was not for any particular caste, region. It was for the self-respect of India. Great sacrifices were sacrificed for the country.
The Chief Minister further said that in the last few years, AAP must have seen some incidents at the international level. Just now in Kabul, you must have seen how the Taliban captured it? People ran for their lives. What would have been the situation? These anarchy-causing elements create the idea of slavery, which a handful of invaders used to visit and rule here. We couldn’t do anything. We must not forget those sacrifices.
CM Yogi Adityanath’s tweet
He said that after reading the history of Raja Mahir Bhoj, it comes to know that no invader could dare to raise his eyes here for 150 years after his rule. This sense of security was given by King Mihir Bhoj. King Mihir Bhoj was a devotee of Shiva. You read history. Read about the battle of Panipat. At that time, the foreign invaders used to break into the Indian army due to not being organized.
इतिहास में हुई लीपापोती को अब मिटाया जा रहा है।
— Yogi Adityanath (@myogiadityanath) September 22, 2021
CM Yogi said, “The people of western Uttar Pradesh cannot forget the time of 4 years ago. Kanwar Yatra was not taken out here. Durga Puja was not allowed to be celebrated. Remember the date of 5th August 2020, how the work of construction of the grand temple of Lord Ram has started, which is progressing with grandeur. Every Indian feels proud.”