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Yogi Adityanath: PoK will become part of India within 6 months of PM Modi's 3rd term

Updated on: 18 May,2024 07:11 PM IST  |  Palghar
mid-day online correspondent |

Speaking at a rally in Mumbai, Chief Minister Yogi expressed confidence in India's ability to defend its borders and battle terrorism and Naxalism.

Yogi Adityanath: PoK will become part of India within 6 months of PM Modi's 3rd term

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath declared on Saturday that Pakistan-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (PoK) will be integrated into India within six months of Prime Minister Modi's third term. Speaking at a rally in Mumbai, Chief Minister Yogi expressed confidence in India's ability to defend its borders and battle terrorism and Naxalism. He questioned the efficiency of the Congress-led UPA government's response to terrorism during the Mumbai attacks and stressed the importance of taking a firm position against foes, reported ANI. 


According to the news agency report, Adityanath praised PM Modi's actions for delivering free food to 80 crore people and bringing millions out of poverty. He chastised people who celebrate Pakistan while highlighting India's success under Modi's leadership.


"In the last 10 years, we have seen a new India. Borders have been secured, terrorism and Naxalism have been curbed. When the Mumbai blasts took place, the Congress-led UPA government used to say that the terrorists were from across the border. So what was the use of your missile then," CM Yogi said and added, "A big British newspaper wrote that in the last three years, there were many terrorists in Pakistan who were killed and Indian agencies are behind it. We will not worship our enemy. If someone kills our people we will not worship them but give them an answer that they deserve. It has become difficult for Pakistan to save Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Let PM Modi become the Prime Minister for the third time and within six months PoK will become part of India. Courage is needed for such work."


Furthermore, he emphasised the need to respect Indian leaders, safeguard the safety of women, protect businessmen, and create job opportunities for the youth in order to build a better India, the report stated. 

"Those who are praising Pakistan, I want to tell them that PM Modi has lifted more people out of poverty than the entire population of Pakistan. If they lived in India they would not have died of hunger and would have received free ration. Great men of India have to be respected. Every daughter will have to be given complete security. Every businessman will have to be protected and every youth will have to be provided employment," CM Yogi said.

Per the ANI report, earlier, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed similar comments, implying that PoK might join India under Prime Minister Modi's leadership. He noted current protests in PoK and voiced hope for its integration into India if Modi wins a decisive victory in the Lok Sabha Elections 2024.

"When the Congress government was in power, we were told that one Kashmir is in India and the other in Pakistan. It was never discussed in our Parliament that Pakistan has 'Occupied Kashmir,' it is actually ours. Right now, agitation is happening every day in PoK and people are protesting against Pakistan by holding the Indian tricolour in their hands. If Modi ji gets 400 seats, then PoK will also become India's part. It has already started," Himanta said.

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