Brain drain no more, Youth setting up their own business instead of going abroad: Yogi
Pilibhit, 2 April (HS): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Tuesday that the countr
Brain drain no more, Youth setting up their own business instead of going abroad: Yogi

Pilibhit, 2 April (HS): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Tuesday that the country's and state's young are starting their own businesses rather than leaving the nation in seek of greener pastures abroad. Adityanath made the remarks during an intellectuals' conference here while campaigning for the BJP's Lok Sabha candidate, Jitin Prasada, according to a statement.

This time, the BJP has fielded Uttar Pradesh PWD Minister Prasada instead of incumbent Lok Sabha MP Varun Gandhi. The daughters do not feel unsafe. Instead, by becoming fighter pilots, they are screaming like lionesses in defense of India. At the same time, Adityanath stated, Every Indian is proudly gaining respect in the world under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Today, our borders are absolutely protected. He said that terrorism in Kashmir, extremism in the northeastern areas, and Naxalism had all come to an end. “The country's security situation has improved significantly. Criminals and mafia have been defeated in the state, leaving daughters and businesspeople feeling protected,” he stated. Adityanath said that the state is now free of riots. “There is total authority over curfew throughout the state. The Kanwar Yatra is taking place with great excitement,” according to the chief minister, and India is attempting to better coordinate its legacy and development. He also enumerated the many welfare works completed in Pilibhit. He stated that the government has tried to connect Pilibhit to a new stream of growth by adopting all suggestions for a medical college, road, and bridge.

In addition, the government is attempting to market Pilibhit as a top eco-tourism destination. To prevent human-wildlife conflict, electric fence has been installed around farmers' land in the heart of the forest in the area, he added.

Adityanath further stated that when Modi took over the country in 2014, India was the world's 11th largest economy. At the time, the country was deemed backward. Today, the country is the sixth largest economy. It would become the world's third largest economy in only three years during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's third term, he claimed.

“This time around, the election will be between family first vs nation first, and mafia raj versus law and order. Whether it is the SP or the Congress, the president of their party can come from a single family, however Prime Minister Narendra Modi would devote his entire life to the country despite hailing from an average impoverished family. He referred to 140 crore Indians as his family,” he added.

The UP chief minister also informed the gathering that during the SP's term, young people would wave firearms instead of performing any job. “We have completed process of distributing tablets to children. If the SP, Congress, and BSP win power in the state, they would impose mafia rule, but the BJP believes in the rule of law.

This election is about corruption against zero tolerance. A strong willed government is required to determine that the jails should be used to house corrupt people and mafia members. This effort can only be completed under the leadership of the BJP, he stated.

The function was attended by UP Minister of State Sanjay Gangwar, former Minister Suresh Rana, Legislative Council member Rajnikant Maheshwari, UP BJP vice president Santosh Singh, district BJP president Sanjeev Pratap Singh, and district in-charge Gulshan Anand, according to a release. According to the election timetable, eight parliamentary seats in Uttar Pradesh will vote in the first round of the Lok Sabha elections on April 19. These include Saharanpur, Kairana, Muzaffarnagar, Bijnor, Nagina (SC), Moradabad, Rampur, and Pilibhit. The counting of ballots will take place on June 4.

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