Responding to the reports of the exodus of Hindu families in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ruled out the migration angle and said that there might be some cases of personal disputes but there was no migration.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath on reports of more than 100 Hindu families migrating from Meerut: Nobody is migrating, who will migrate now that we have come to power? There might be some cases of personal disputes but there is no migration. pic.twitter.com/oft8yMpCp3
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Addressing a press conference today, CM Yogi said, “Who will migrate now that we have come to power?”
A complaint was registered by a BJP leader on NaMo app recently claiming that at least 125 Hindu families have migrated from Prahlad Nagar in Meerut owing to the harassment of Hindu women by the Muslims on the area. The area has Muslims in majority while the number of Hindy families is around 425.
The complaint received on NaMo app was forwarded by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to the Chief Minister’s office (CMO) which sought a report on the matter. BJP MP from Meerut Rajendra Aggarwal termed the situation serious and said that he would talk to the CM about the same. A letter was written by the Vishwa Hindu Mahasabha seeking security for Hindus in Meerut.