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Demand for the Purvanchal state, which is emerging in the rally of the CM Yogi, waved posters

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28 June :- On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Nagar Maghar, the great saint of Kabir in Uttar Pradesh. According to the scheduled program on the 620th anniversary of Kabir, the Prime Minister climbed the mazar at Kabir’s mazar and offered his head. But when he was addressing the gathering from the forum, at the same time some people started sloganeering in demanding a Purvanchal state. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also present on the forum.

During the public meeting some people have been waving posters. The poster was written, “Do not be afraid to have rights. We want the Purvanchal state. ‘ Let us know that the poster was called the Purvanchal State Mass Movement in the name of the organization demanding a separate state.

For a long time the demands of the Purvanchal state are in progress. Former Chief Minister and BSP chief Mayawati had proposed to split Uttar Pradesh into four parts. Prior to becoming chief minister, Yogi Adityanath has also been advocating for the Purvanchal state several times. He has been demanding to make Gorakhpur the capital of Purvanchal. At the same time Congress leader Kalpatha Rai has always been demanding the Purvanchal state for the development of Purvanchal. They demanded to make separate Purvanchal state and Kashi to be its capital.

Significantly, Prime Minister Modi did not miss the political message while addressing the public meeting in Maghre. In his speech, the prime minister took the attack on the opposition, responded to all the issues which were being taken to the government. At the same time, before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Prime Minister blasted it out of Uttar Pradesh.

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