VHP welcomes Yogi Adityanath’s remarks on secular India and Hindu majority


Hailing Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his remarks on Hinduism, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) threw his support behind Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leader. The chief minister, in an exclusive interview with Republic on Monday, had said that India is secular because Hindus are in the majority. “We fully agree with Yogi Adityanath that there is a Hindu majority,” VHP added.

Reacting to Yogi Adityanath’s statements, VHP asserted, “We fully agree with Yogi Adityanath that there is a Hindu majority. Hindus are in abundance so there is peace in the country and there is There is peace in Uttar Pradesh. The definition of Hindutva was also decided by the Supreme Court, it is the art of living our culture”.

CM Yogi talks about Hinduism and Hinduphobia

During the interaction, Yogi Adityanath described Hinduphobia as a plot against India and Indianism.

Speaking on Hindu majority, he further mentioned, “In Uttar Pradesh, everyone is safe because Hindus are majority. A Hindu does not belong to any caste or religion, but that is our cultural identity.

The CM of Uttar Pradesh further said that people against India are trying to portray Hindus in a bad light. However, he added that it had drastically reduced and urged everyone to work for India. He concluded his remarks and said that he will work for the benefit of the state.

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Yogi Adityanath during the conversation claimed, “I said the polls would be contested between 80% and 20%. There are 80% of people who like state policies UP – government schemes, law and order, etc. They will favor the BJP. Those who don’t like strict and poor policing programs are in 20%. This fight has been going on since 2014, continued in 2017 and so.”

“The opposition and the 20% are afraid of BJP re-election. Their dreams of destroying the UP and creating riots are destroyed. We have never discriminated while implementing programs for the poor , be it minorities, backward classes, etc. We will continue this impartial governance in the state,” he added.


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