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In Yogi’s performance lies the key to Modi’s 2019 win

DNDEL3168 | 3/20/2017 | Author : Srawan Shukla | WC :1192 | Politics & Governance

UP’s new BJP government has quite a few promises to keep, from waiving off farm loans to shutting down slaughter houses, which will be put to test in the next general elections

Lucknow: If the new Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is to keep his party’s election promise, all slaughter houses in the state should be shut down within 24 hours of his swearing in, and farmers’ debt waived off. These were the two main promises that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah reiterated at almost every rally during electioneering in the state.
“A decision will be taken in the first Cabinet meeting within 24 hours,” was an oft-repeated statement heard during their public meetings, drawing big applause from the crowd. These promises also find a pride of place in the BJP’s 30-page election manifesto.
But can the firebrand CM handle these two contentious issues in such a short span
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