Yadav announces city after Lord Vishnu in UP

NC Network, Uttar Pradesh 

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has now  announced that a grand city named after Lord Vishnu would be developed, , in the state if his party comes to power. Yadav's comments come after BJP leader and UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya last week raked up the Ram temple issue .

Earlier, Maurya had said that if the need arises a Bill for the construction of a Ram temple could be brought in the Parliament. The UP deputy chief minister had suggested that the Bill could be brought if there was "no way out" and his party had the adequate strength in both houses of Parliament.

Yadav, however, promised that if voted to power, he will develop a city in the name of Lord Vishnu. A team of experts will be sent to Cambodia to plan the city, which will be a center for culture and knowledge of our ancient times, the SP chief said.

Yadav attacked the BJP claiming it was a party which did nothing on the ground.

"The BJP believes in conspiracies. We believe in development. They befool people to get their vote. We bank on our development work for votes. The people of the state are fed up with the BJP and are looking for a chance to ensure it gets out of power. In 2019, the BJP will get defeated due to its anti-people politics," he claimed.

Yadav has announced a "Haq aur samman" cycle yatra from Kannauj next month.

"We have decided the plans for the yatra. There are some changes in the dates that will be finalised in a day or two," he said.

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