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UP CM Yogi Adityanath and ‘Ramrajya’

UP CM Yogi Adityanath and 'Ramrajya'
UP CM Yogi Adityanath and 'Ramrajya'

UP CM Yogi Adityanath, believes himself to be an advocate of the ‘Ramrajya’ but sometimes get offtrack when it comes to women. You can actually count a lot of incidences in which he attacked the sanity of women by calling them ‘satan’, ‘dangerous’, ‘destructive’ and what not?

  1. Comparing women to energy, he says just like unbridled energy can be destructive and can go haywire, so too if the spirit of women are not controlled then it can prove dangerous.
  2. He also says that since childhood women are protected, first by her father, then in youth by her husband and finally in her old age by her son. So even the scriptures instruct that she needs to be protected at all times. Therefore, it means that a woman is not capable of being left alone
  3. He He also says that since childhood women are protected, first by her father, then in youth by her husband and finally in her old age by her son. So even the scriptures instruct that she needs to be protected at all times. Therefore, it means that a woman is not capable of being left alone.
  4. Then the best of the lot “If men acquire women-like qualities, they become gods but when women acquire men like qualities, they become (‘rakshasa’) demon like.”
  5. According to a report in the PTI Yogi Adityanath had accused Mother Teresa of being part of a conspiracy to “Christianise” India. Speaking at a religious meeting in Basti last year, Yogi Adityanath said: “Mother Teresa was part of a conspiracy to convert Hindus to Christianity. Hindus were targeted in the name of doing service and then converted by her.” Large-scale conversions to Christianity in the Northeast had led to a separatist movement in Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland, he had said.

Instead of focusing on the increasing crime rates in UP, he focuses on how to control women and put them in a locker, as they might destroy the society by being independent. Rape, abduction, murder are some of the day to day affairs in Uttar Pradesh whose Chief Minister is said to propagate ‘Hinduism’ and uplift the minorities but just sometimes he forget that need of the hour is to protect girls and not hoisting his bhagva.

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Written by shagun pandey

My name is Shagun Pandey and I'm pursing BA LLB (H). I am an UPSC aspirant and a writer, I have worked with the dramatic society of my college. I am a feminist by nature and have a wide field of vision about every ongoing problem crisis in the present century. I firmly believe in team work and individual hardwork.

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