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Amit Shah: Yogi government fulfilled 90 per cent of promises made in 2017 manifesto

 At the ceremony, Shah asserted that, in contrast to the opposition, the present state administration has demonstrated that Bharatiya Janata Party governments operate efficiently for the lowest of the poor.
 

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Lucknow, First Published Oct 29, 2021, 4:01 PM IST
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah started a 'Mera Parivaar-BJP Parivaar' membership campaign in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow on Friday ahead of the 2022 Assembly elections. 
While speaking to the gathering at the inaugural ceremony, the Home Minister stated that Yogi Adityanath has fulfilled 90 per cent of his pledges and praised the Uttar Pradesh government's efforts. At the ceremony, Shah asserted that, in contrast to the opposition, the present state administration has demonstrated that Bharatiya Janata Party governments operate efficiently for the lowest of the poor.

Addressing the people, Amit Shah said that he could proudly say that Yogi Adityanath and his team have fulfilled 90 per cent of the promises that we made in our 2017 manifesto. He added to march towards 100 per cent target, in upcoming months so that people can believe that BJP fulfils whatever it says.

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The Union Home Minister also chastised Akhilesh Yadav, the Samajwadi Party head, for his absence. He said people who have been sitting at home for the previous five years are coming out, believing that their government will be created. "I want Akhilesh Yadav to inform the people of Uttar Pradesh how long he was away. Where he was during COVID-19 and flood?. They merely worked for the sake of their family," Shah added.

Amit Shah will also hold a senior Karyakarta meeting and release a book 'Antyodaya ko saakaar karta Uttar Pradesh. In the 2017 Assembly elections, the BJP won a landslide of 312 Assembly seats and secured a 39.67 per cent vote share in the elections for 403-member Assembly. Samajwadi Party (SP) bagged 47 seats, BSP won 19, while Congress bagged seven seats.

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