Yogi Adityanath gives befitting reply to Arvind Kejriwal, says EVM stands for ‘Every Vote Modi’

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Petitioner alleged that since both Adityanath, Maurya were Lok Sabha MPs and were drawing salaries and other perks, they do not have a right to be in the positions of power in the state government.

New Delhi: While addressing a meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers in his home turf Gorakhpur on Saturday,  took a dig at Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and appreciated PM Modi over recently concluded Delhi civic polls. Giving a new connotation to the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM), CM yogi asserted that the MCD polls proved that EVM stood for ‘Every Vote Modi’. He also said that EVMs were tamper proof and if anyone would try to manipulate it, it will shut down on its own.

Taking a jibe at all the ministers who opposed the prohibition of red beacon lights, Yogi said, “We had urged earlier too that people who do not respect the law can leave Uttar Pradesh. There has been a transformation in the law and order situation in the State and this will continue in the future too. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put a full stop to the VVIP culture in the country and everyone should respect that and abide by it.

Chief minister also Yogi Adityanath warned miscreants saying whoever didn’t respect the law could leave Uttar Pradesh. Yogi Adityanath also stated that the state government would provide electricity to the district headquarters 24 hours a day. He said that the workers would cooperate for the change, which would be visible everywhere.

(With inputs from agencies)