In an exclusive interview to News Nation, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma touched upon various issues ranging from Ram Temple in Ayodhya to Sugar mills in the state.
Speaking on the Ram Temple issue, Sharma said that if the issue gets resolved outside, then nothing like it. Sharma told that if Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that there should electricity during Eid then it does not mean that there should not be electricity during Holi or any other festival. Sharma cleared that electricity should be there on all the festivals.
Deputy CM said that all the closed sugar mills should function in the state. He emphasised that law prevails in the state and modern techniques should benefit all the farmers. He informed that BJP government’s focus is on development for all and the party never functions from election point of view.
“We are fulfilling all the promises made in the party manifesto. Farm loan waiver is a big moment in India’s history. Our next target is to find out the ways to increase employment in the state. We are formulating industrial policy and we will bring new industries into the state,” said Dinesh Sharma.
Sharma said that there are many Muslim priests who have praised the move to close illegal slaughterhouses in the state.
Deputy CM said that in the present times, people from all communities are safe. He said that roads are being built and everyone will take advantage of it.
“We should make a law against school fee hike every year. Yoga has been made compulsory. It is part of physical education. Students’ health will be improved. Many Islamic countries have also adopted Yoga,” said Dinesh Sharma.
Sharma told that they are committed towards providing electricity in all parts of the state.
Deputy CM quoted Rajiv Gandhi’s statement of creating “Ramrajya.” He reasoned that if Rajiv Gandhi said this then it is not communal but when BJP says so then it is considered as communal.
(This interview will air on News Nation at 8:30 PM)