SP supremo Akhilesh Yadav demands Yogi Adityanath Govt’s dismissal for increasing crimes
FORMER Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has demanded President’s rule in the state saying the only visible achievement of Yogi Sarkar is a failure on the law and order front. “Blood-letting continues unabated in Uttar Pradesh and the Yogi Adityanath government has singularly failed to combat the rising tide of crime. This has created a constitutional crisis in the state and the only remedy available is the imposition of President’s rule in the state,” Akhilesh Yadav said in Lucknow on Friday. Yadav said that anti-social elements, protected by the ruling party leaders, were committing a crime with impunity and not a day passed when heinous crimes like murder, loot, kidnapping, rapes were not reported from every part of the state, including state capital Lucknow. The Samajwadi Party gave aid of Rs 5 lakh to the mother of Sanjeet Yadav (in the picture above). He was her only son. Akhilesh demanded that Rs 50 lakh aid be given to the victim’s family by the state government. Sanjeet Yadav,28, a lab technician hailing from Kanpur, who was kidnapped on June 22, was murdered by his abductors, police said. The Uttar Pradesh Police said that the kidnappers killed the young technician last month, and dumped his body in the Pandu River. Five people including two friends of the deceased have been arrested in the case. Four cops, including IPS officer Aparna Gupta, have been suspended in the case, the police said. No ransom money was given to the kidnappers.