‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’ has not only become India’s slogan, but has become a global mantra: CM Yogi Adityanath

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday gave the mantra to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers to maintain the legacy of winning, saying that ‘Aaj Modi hai to mumkin hai’ has not only become India’s slogan, but a global mantra. Is.

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Addressing the inaugural session of the one-day BJP state executive meeting held at the Indira Gandhi Pratishthan in Lucknow, Yogi, referring to India’s G-20 presidency and the group’s meetings in four cities of Uttar Pradesh, said, “We all Move ahead with the spirit of a winner, many possibilities will come to us.

Referring to the Global Investors Summit to be held from February 10 to 12, he said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take it forward with his tax lotus. Uttar Pradesh is emerging as a new investment destination. Every BJP worker needs to come forward with his team.”

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Praising Modi, Yogi said, “Wherever there is a crisis in the world, everyone there is looking towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi with hope. The slogan that was raised in 2019 that ‘Modi hai to mumkin hai’, has become not only India’s slogan but a global mantra today. The presidency of G-20 is an example of this.

He said, “Modi ji has done the work of connecting every Indian with the G-20. There are 11 conferences related to G-20 to be held in Agra, Lucknow, Varanasi and Gautam Buddha Nagar.

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Referring to the heritage of India and Uttar Pradesh in particular, Yogi said, “You must have seen Mauni Amavasya’s bath in Prayagraj yesterday. More than two crore devotees reached there. If the previous governments had tried to understand this potential and had worked to honor it, they would not have had to stumble every now and then.

He said that whoever respects heritage, prosperity will open doors for him and whoever disrespects it, he will have to stumble from door to door.

Addressing the state executive committee meeting held after seven months in the state, Yogi said, “This is a moment of enthusiasm and enthusiasm for all of us. Seven months before today, when we met on the occasion of the State Working Committee meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party in May 2022, at that time we gathered with a new enthusiasm to form a new government in the state and move ahead with a new resolution. had grown.

He said, “For the first time under the leadership and guidance of Prime Minister Modi, a government has come back to power with a two-thirds majority after completing five years in office. This was the result of the zeal and enthusiasm of the workers of the world’s largest political party like BJP. Yogi said that BJP knows and does it very well how to act as a winner.

He said that two bye-elections were held in Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha constituencies in the state and on the lines of assembly elections, the party won both the bye-elections by winning the bye-elections under the hard work of BJP workers and under the guidance and leadership of Modi ji, demolishing the predictions of all the analysts. retained his role.

The Chief Minister said, “Today, when we have gathered again after seven months, the historic victory of the BJP in Gujarat, the country’s premier state, and the formation of the party’s government there for the seventh time, inspires us with a new enthusiasm, a new enthusiasm. . We all have this enthusiasm and zeal on how to act as a winner.

Alerting the workers for the urban body elections, Yogi said, “Elections are to be held in 762 municipal bodies. Elections will be announced as soon as the report of the OBC (Other Backward Classes) Commission comes. Like 2014, 2017, 2019, 2022, the BJP should be seen flying high in the municipal elections as well.

Earlier, in his presidential address, BJP state president Bhupendra Singh Choudhary set a target of winning all the 80 seats in the state for the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024.

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