UP CM Yogi Adityanath is bringing about the best possible reforms in the state. He has taken several landmark decisions which were not taken in the last 10 years. Akhilesh yadav’s venomous comments are also an indication of Yogi’s ever growing popularity & success. Yogi has often been labelled communal by certain sections of the media. However, this hasn’t affected his work & nature of functioning. Yogi is a hard taskmaster who believes in putting in long hours of work every day. His agenda has been development for all, but unlike the previous UP CM, yogi doesn’t believe in the politics of appeasement.
The Great Indian Rajput warrior Maharan Pratap’s 477th birth anniversary was celebrated recently. Yogi, without mincing words said that the Mughal rule in India shouldn’t be glorified by historians & political parties as they had nothing to do with India. “Maharana Pratap, Chhatrapati Shivaji & Guru Gobind Singh are the nation’s role models. We must look up to them & follow the path of honour & respect showed by them.” The UP CM also added that youngsters must learn from the life of Maharana Pratap. “The self-respect & strength of character shown by Maharana Pratap was exemplary & youngsters should seek inspiration from him.
“Akbar, Babur & Aurangzeb have nothing to do with India. We must accept this fact sooner than later. If we preserve & protect the right Indian History, the problems will dissolve.” News channels termed it as a ‘controversial’ statement, something that was expected from most of them. Yogi said that it was first necessary for us to present the true history, so that our geography would be intact.
Yogi’s statement comes as a reminder to all media houses & failed historians to stop glorifying the Mughals. There is nothing controversial in what he said. Mughals were brutal, barbaric & mass murderers. They have nothing to do with the great country or its great culture. UP is going to be the first state to take on the people who have concocted Indian History to please some of their ‘sick’ masters. The Yogi is here and death of appeasement is near.