BJP leader: ‘Saifai family’ knocking on voters’ doors for the first time due to fear of losing Mainpuri seat
According to Ashwani Tyagi, the BJP General Secretary responsible for Mainpuri Lok Sabha byelections, for the first time, the entire Saifai family has been forced to knock on the doors of voters here in fear of losing the election.
Tyagi attacked SP chief Akhlesh Yadav’s tenure as chief minister, alleging that the state had become a large industry of kidnappings, abductions, corruption, extortion, and land grabbing, as well as a threat to the future of the young generation.
There will be a byelection on December 5 in the Mainpuri constituency which fell vacant following Mulayam Singh Yadav’s death. The SP fielded Yadav’s daughter-in-law Dimple Yadav, while the BJP nominated Raghuraj Shakya to represent the Samajwadi Party’s stronghold.
Mulayam Singh Yadav is a native of the village of Saifai in the Etawah district, which is also part of Mainpuri’s parliamentary constituency.
For the first time in political history, Tyagi and state Tourism and Culture Minister Jaivir Singh are conducting door-to-door campaigns together.
According to Tyagi, Yogi Adityanath’s government has dealt with criminals with an iron hand while ensuring the safety and honour of all citizens throughout the state without discrimination based on caste, class, or religion.
Tyagi said that women’s safety was a major concern at the time since gang rape cases involving minor girls and women were common.
A special focus was placed on the safety of women under the BJP government, and women now feel safe to move around during the late hours of the night, according to Tyagi.
He explained that girls go to schools in a secure environment and that their parents no longer have to worry about their safety when they return from school.
Additionally, Tyagi claimed that the BJP governments at the center and in the state, headed by Narendra Modi and Adityanath, have introduced a number of policies and programs designed to help improve the economic and social conditions of the poor.
As part of its plan to achieve a trillion-dollar economy, the state government led by Adityanath has proposed setting up big industries to ensure the state’s all-round development.
Considering the fact that Uttar Pradesh’s law and order has become a model for other states, big industrial houses are seeking to establish their businesses in the state, thereby creating employment opportunities for young people.
With the initiative of the chief minister, large foreign industrialists have also chosen UP as a secure location to set up and promote their companies.