BJP calls Samajwadi rule in UP a 'Mughal sultate'

New Delhi, Feb 9: The BJP on Tuesday compared the Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh to a “Mughal sultate” where lawlessness prevails. The BJP’s tiol secretary Shrikant Sharma said this at a press conference here, while demanding a CBI probe into the incident in Shamli, where a 10-year-old boy was killed on Sunday by a stray bullet from a gun fired allegedly by Samajwadi Party supporters to celebrate the party’s win in the zila panchayat elections. “There is complete lawlessness in Uttar Pradesh. It is a Mughal sultate where goons celebrate openly with arms on the streets, and no action is taken against them even if they kill a person,” Sharma said. He said that on an average, there were 17 commul riots in Uttar Pradesh in a day, and the rioters were not being brought to book.

At least 10 rapes take place each day, there is a murder every half an hour, Sharma said, adding that the state government has no moral right to stay in power. The Bharatiya Jata Party (BJP) leader also demanded a CBI probe into the Shamli incident where a television crew was also attacked, beaten up and held hostage for hours after the boy was killed. “Till the Akhilesh government is there, a free and fair probe is not possible. So, the BJP demands a CBI probe into the matter,” Sharma said. Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday ordered action against the sub-divisiol magistrate and the deputy superintendent of police of Shamli. (IANS)

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