Karnataka is ATM of Congress: Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the Congress has become a problem for the entire country and called upon people to make Karnataka free of Congress.

At the valedictory of Jana Suraksha Yatre of BJP at Nehru Maidan here on Tuesday, he said the BJP is the only option to make Karnataka a crime and graft-free state.

He charged, “The Congress government has posed threats to the people of Karnataka and the brutal murders of 24 Hindu activists are a proof of it. No development works going on in Karnataka. An atmosphere of terror is being spread by Jihadi forces and the state government is encouraging these forces.”

Coming down heavily on the government for withdrawing cases against PFI and KFD activists, Yogi said Karnataka has become “the ATM of Congress and anti-national elements”.

The Jana Suraksha Yatre, flagged off from Kushalnagar in Kodagu and Ankola in Uttara Kannada on March 3, culminated in Mangaluru on Tuesday. The Yatre, started from Ankola passed through, Kumta, Honnavara, Bhatkal, Baindoor , Kundapur, Udupi, Kaup, Mulki and Surathkal before reaching Mangaluru.

The yatre from Kushalnagar passed through Madikeri, Sullia, Puttur, Mani, B C Road, Moodbidri, before reaching Mangaluru.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the Congress has become a problem for the entire country and called upon people to make Karnataka free of Congress.

At the valedictory of Jana Suraksha Yatre of BJP at Nehru Maidan here on Tuesday, he said the BJP is the only option to make Karnataka a crime and graft-free state.

He charged, “The Congress government has posed threats to the people of Karnataka and the brutal murders of 24 Hindu activists are a proof of it. No development works going on in Karnataka. An atmosphere of terror is being spread by Jihadi forces and the state government is encouraging these forces.”

Coming down heavily on the government for withdrawing cases against PFI and KFD activists, Yogi said Karnataka has become “the ATM of Congress and anti-national elements”.

The Jana Suraksha Yatre, flagged off from Kushalnagar in Kodagu and Ankola in Uttara Kannada on March 3, culminated in Mangaluru on Tuesday. The Yatre, started from Ankola passed through, Kumta, Honnavara, Bhatkal, Baindoor , Kundapur, Udupi, Kaup, Mulki and Surathkal before reaching Mangaluru.

The yatre from Kushalnagar passed through Madikeri, Sullia, Puttur, Mani, B C Road, Moodbidri, before reaching Mangaluru.

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