Slamming Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s for his ‘encounter policy’ (Thoko Neeti), Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav alleged that the UP police officers are following this policy to avoid getting transferred.
He blamed that incidents of killing police personnel have occurred due to CM’s encounter policy. Whether he is in his office or on stage, the former chief minister said that Adityanath only speaks the language of shootout. Sometimes, he said that police is confused regarding whom should they shoot, on other occasions, people are unable to understand who is the target.
Akhilesh lamented that criminals have “doubled” in Uttar Pradesh under the BJP rule and “law and order situation was not so bad earlier”. He alleged that there were numerous instances of crime against women. “Due to this, we are forced to cut a sorry figure in the global arena,” he said.
Attacking the BJP, the SP chief said, “This time, the government is not of the BJP, but of the RSS. People in the government had taken two oaths — one of the Constitution, the other of the RSS.”
Deploring over controversial remarks of Purvanchal University Vice Chancellor, Akhilesh said, “I should not be commenting on a vice-chancellor but one can imagine what will students do when teachers are using such a language. I think he is inspired by our CM’s words, which is also the language of the BJP.”
In a video that has gone viral on social media, Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University’s vice-chancellor Raja Ram Yadav can be seen calling upon the students not to hesitate in murdering someone who they have an argument with. The controversial statement was allegedly made at a function held in Satyadev College in Ghazipur’s Gandhipuram.