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BJP Govt Will Abolish 4% Reservation To Muslims: Yogi 

BJP Govt Will Abolish 4% Reservation To Muslims: Yogi BJP Govt Will Abolish 4% Reservation To Muslims: Yogi 

Hyderabad, Nov 25 (Hydnow): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath underscored the pressing need for the BJP to assume power in Telangana, asserting that this step is pivotal in addressing the contentious issue of Muslim reservations in the state.

Yogi Adityanagar also said that as soon as the BJP government in power in the state, the Hyderabad city will be renamed as Bhagyanagar, this is revealed in a huge rally at Sanathnagar, today. 

Addressing enthusiastic crowds at election rallies in Vimalwara, Asifabad and Sanathnagar, Hyderabad  , Yogi Adityanath staunchly expressed his unwavering commitment to abolishing the 4% Muslim reservation, advocating for its equitable redistribution among various communities. He unequivocally denounced such reservations as unconstitutional, contending that the incumbent government, led by the BRS, is perpetuating an unjust system that unfairly favors Muslim reservations at the expense of SC, ST, and other underprivileged sections, who are rightfully entitled to their fair share of opportunities. To rectify this inequity, he implored the electorate to cast their votes in favor of the BJP, emphasizing that only a BJP-led government can effectively eliminate Muslim reservations and establish a truly equitable distribution of resources and opportunities.


Yogi Adityanath astutely observed the shared agenda of the Congress, BRS, and BSP, raising a pertinent question: would iconic projects such as the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya have materialized if these parties were in power? The chief minister eloquently emphasized the significance of a BJP-led government in achieving a more equitable distribution of opportunities and resources, appealing to voters to consider this crucial aspect while making their electoral decisions. (Hydnow)

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