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Varun Gandhi Takes A Dig At Yogi Adityanath, Says, “Aerial Inspection Does Not Show Ground Issues”

Taking to Twitter Varun Gandhi shared pictures of several people filled in a train, and many gathered at the station in UP

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party Leader Varun Gandhi is often seen taking a swipe at his own party. This time in a veiled attack on UP CM Yogi Adityanath he said that aerial inspection does not show ground issues. His remarks come regarding the ongoing Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) of the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) amid a flood in the state.

Taking to Twitter Varun Gandhi shared pictures of several people filled in a train, and many gathered at the station in UP and said, “UP is in the grip of floods and more than 37 lakh students have appeared for the PET exam. The bigger challenge than solving the question paper is reaching the center. Despite the continuous demand of the students, neither the examination was postponed nor adequate traffic arrangements were made. Perhaps ‘aerial inspection’ does not show ‘ground issues’.”

Recently Uttar Pradesh is witnessing floods. Several districts are put on high alert in view of water entering the houses of people. The problems of the residents of the northern state have gotten worse as a result of the flooding of numerous rivers, including Saryu and Rapti.

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Jagdeeshpur and Ketan’s village chiefs expressed concern that the Saryu river might wash away their communities. On Thursday, the Rapti river drowned more than 20 villages and eroded embankments close to Shohratgarh. In Varanasi, however, the river’s level reached 66.59 meters, prompting the district administration to issue an alert and send out teams for possible rescue operations.

For the last few days, Yogi Adityanath is conducting aerial surveys of the state to examine the situation of UP. UP government is also distributing relief items to the flood-affected people. On Thursday, during his visit to Basti where nearly 70 villages have been hit owing to the incessant rain. Yogi Adityanath said that his government will give 4 lakh in case of death due to rain, flood, or other natural calamities.

 

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