Kanpur: There has been a big disclosure about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Kanpur rally. A big conspiracy was hatched to create a riot in PM Modi’s Kanpur rally, which has been exposed by the UP Police on the basis of CCTV cameras and video footage. If sources are to be believed, the Samajwadi Party leaders have been accused of conspiring to spread violence in PM Modi’s rally. The police have arrested a Samajwadi Party functionary and also recovered a vehicle.
Government sources said that just before the rally of PM Narendra Modi, in Naubasta, Kanpur, an arrested Samajwadi Party official himself vandalized his own vehicle by putting a poster of PM Modi and also set fire to it. Not only this, it is alleged that the video of vandalism and arson was also made viral just before the rally. There was a conspiracy to incite BJP workers through the video. A conspiracy was hatched to incite the people who came to the rally and to cause violence in the rally. But no untoward incident took place due to the promptness of the police. However, the police have registered an FIR against some SP leaders in Kanpur.
The police has pained the FIR against some SP leaders.
At the same time, the Commissioner of Police said that an incident has come to the fore in Naubasta police station area, in which some members of a political party behaved indecently in the name of demonstration and a vehicle and some vehicles were vandalized and beaten up. . This is by no means unforgivable. No one can take the law into their own hands in the name of political demonstration. All these miscreants have been identified and all of them will be arrested. He appealed to maintain peace in the election environment.
PM Modi’s rally was in Kanpur yesterday
Let us tell you that yesterday PM Modi was in Kanpur, where he inaugurated Kanpur Metro and gave many schemes. Before addressing the rally in Kanpur, Modi traveled by metro rail and was accompanied by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. PM Modi also visited the Kanpur Metro Rail Project Exhibition. The metro project will be completed in two phases and will have two corridors. There will be a total of 30 metro stations in both the 32.6 km long corridors of the Kanpur Metro Rail Project. The statement said that 974 passengers will be able to travel at a time in the metro and the speed of the train will be 80 to 90 kilometers per hour. According to this, the length of the first corridor will be 24 km from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur to Naubasta.
PM Modi also dedicated Veena Pan’s pipeline dedicated to energy fuel to the nation. Many prominent people including Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya and Union Ministers Hardeep Puri, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti and Bhanu Pratap Verma, several ministers, MPs and MLAs of the state government were present in this function.