LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has left the state in the grip of “anarchy and jungle raj” as the opposition chases down on bulldozers, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav alleged on Saturday. Yadav made the allegation that apart from five members of a family who were found dead at their home in Prayagraj district, in three separate incidents on Friday night, a man killed his wife in a fight and another man was killed near his house. taken off.
He also accused the state government of protecting criminals, while dubbing the chief minister zero tolerance for crimes limited to “Lok Bhawan and the CM’s residence”.
“Uttar Pradesh is in the grip of anarchy and jungle raj. This has been the situation for the last five years. The Chief Minister is chasing the opposition with his hands on the steering of the bulldozer while criminals who are safe from power are wreaking havoc outside,” Yadav said in a statement. .
“Criminal elements enjoying the security of the state are carrying out the incidents without any hesitation,” he said.
Though the SP chief did not wish to be named, he made the remarks amid recent reports on various administrative actions of bulldozing and vandalizing properties of his party leaders.
The administrative action includes action against properties of some relatives of Bareilly SP MLA Sahajil Islam and Kairana MLA Nahid Hasan.
While a petrol pump of Sahajil Islam in Bareilly was bulldozed, the Kairana district administration used bulldozers to demolish properties of some close relatives of Nahid Hasan, considered by many to be the “mascot” of Adityanath’s new government. Huh.
Referring to some recent major crime incidents, Akhilesh said, “In Firozabad, a miscreant shot a jeweler and robbed him of a bag full of jewellery.
Yadav said that a boy was kidnapped and killed in Sant Kabir Nagar, while in Pratapgarh the miscreants robbed the bullion trader and fled.
In another incident, five members of the family of Rahul Tiwari, a local resident, were brutally murdered on Friday night in Nawabganj, Prayagraj, while a woman’s mangalsutra was snatched in Gorakhpur under Gulriha police station area, he said.
Among other crimes in the state, Yadav’s statement listed the alleged murder of a man in Banda, thrashing of another person in Shahjahanpur and said that the lives of traders in the state were in danger.
“Six traders have been looted in the last 15 days,” the Leader of Opposition in the state assembly said. He alleged that women in the state are also “severely disturbed”.
He wondered who would invest in the state amid the deteriorating law and order situation.