Right from the day PM Narendra Modi has chosen Yogi Adityanath as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh state, India has witnessed a wave of changes after changes, of course in every positive manner . Keeping up the good work and also maintaining his record of renaming cities named after Mughals invaders in the past of India and Islamic influencers in the present, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister has now decided to get this change for Telangana as well.
Also putting forward an agenda of Hindutva for Telangana, the UP CM addressed a large gathering in Hyderabad’s old city promoting the sense of Hindutva among the people who made a presence there.
The Firebrand CM of UP declared that not only was his party ready to rename Hyderabad as Bhagyanagar, it was also equally important to snap the city’s terrorist links and only a BJP Government could achieve this by all means.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath in Goshamahal, Telangana: Agar ye Muslim tushtikaran nahi hoti to desh ke andar koi bhi aatanki ghatna ghatit hoti hai to uske taar iss Hyderabad se judte huye nahi dikhai dete. pic.twitter.com/lXKqbUOpvb
— ANI (@ANI) December 2, 2018
“BJP has taken up the mantle of establishing Ram Rajya and Telangana too should play a role in this,” he told the gathering at Begum Bazar, less than 2 KM from the headquarters of Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM. “And if you are keen to rename Hyderabad as Bhagyanagar, then vote for BJP he declared.”
The UP CM also insisted that the only way to stop terrorists was to elect BJP Party in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2018 and save India from turning into an Islamic influenced country. “All terror attacks have some link with Hyderabad. Had Muslim appeasement not been part of our politics, such terrorist activities would not have taken place. While Congress feeds delicacies like biryani to terrorists, BJP feeds them with bullets.”
Cities in India being named or the names being changed over the decades, has most of the times been influenced by political party’s ruled during the era respectively. Thus, the life time of the names been changed also depends on the party being elected in future.
Source: Times of India