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UP Elections 2022: Priyanka Gandhi only coins slogans, says BJP's Aparna Yadav

By Shgun S -- January 31, 2022 11:24 am -- Updated:January 31, 2022 11:45 am

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2022: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Aparna Yadav on Sunday slammed "Ladki hoon, lad Sakti hoon slogan" by Congress in poll-bound state and said that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra only coins slogans but doesn't do anything.

Speaking at a press conference, Yadav said that Congress has not given a single ticket to women in Punjab state, while they are stressing on the women-empowerment slogan in Uttar Pradesh.

"Nowadays they are saying 'Ladki hoon Lad Sakti Hoon'. However, as per a news article, Punjab Mahila Congress Chief Balveer Rani Sodhi said that women were ignored in the ticket distribution. Priyanka only gives slogans but doesn't do anything," said Yadav.

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She further lauded the work done by the BJP government in the last five years and stated that there was not a single riot and scam in the state during the Yogi Adityanath tenure.

"Under the Ayushman scheme, the poor of the state have been given health cover. 43 lakh people have got pucca houses in five years. Two and a half crore people have been given toilets. Free ration is being given to 15 crore people of the state," said the BJP leader.

Yadav further said that the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh has improved and the state is free from goonda raj, corruption and riots under the BJP government.

Polls for 403 Assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh will be conducted in seven phases, starting from February 10.

The second phase of the Uttar Pradesh elections will be held on February 14, third on February 20, fourth on February 23, fifth on February 27, sixth on March 3 and the seventh and last phase will be conducted on March 7.

The results of the election will be announced on March 10.

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-PTC News

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