In Varanasi, BJP Vice President Baby Rani Raised Questions on the Police

Baby Rani said that the Uttar Pradesh government has done a lot for women. Because of this change is now visible in the status of women.
In Varanasi, BJP Vice President Baby Rani Raised Questions on the Police
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Assembly elections are near in Uttar Pradesh. The opposition is besieging the Yogi government of the state on the issue of women's safety. But now the National Vice President of BJP has raised questions on his government.

In Varanasi, former governor Baby Rani Maurya has advised women that a woman officer and a sub-inspector sit at the police stations, but even then, women should not go to the police station after 5 pm when it is dark. If necessary, go to the police station in the morning the next day and even then her husband, father or brother should be with her.

Had come to attend the dinner program

Source: Google, Image by- Bhaskar.com
Source: Google, Image by- Bhaskar.com

Baby Rani Maurya had come to Valmiki Basti of the Bajardiha area to attend a co-bhoj program. During this, she said that the Uttar Pradesh government has done a lot for women. Because of this change is now visible in the status of women.

The state government is continuously working for all sections of society. For this reason, the opposition parties lack concrete issues to surround the government.

No fertilizer crisis, officials are misleading

Baby Rani Maurya said that there is no shortage of fertilizer in the state. Officials are misleading. She also gave the example of Agra in support of her point. Told that a farmer called her for fertilizer. On this, she called the concerned officer and said that the farmer would get the fertilizer. However, that officer later refused to give fertilizer to the farmer. In this way, the officers mislead the common man.

Source: Google, Image by- The Indian Express
Source: Google, Image by- The Indian Express

Rani said, if any farmer has any such problem, then they should directly complain to the District Magistrate. Even after this, if things do not work out, then send a letter to the Chief Minister or the Prime Minister and inform them about the problem. The problem will always be solved. The state government is committed to solving the smallest problems of the farmers.

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