Don’t advise others, Akhilesh himself withdrew cases against him: CM Yogi

Lucknow :  While addressing the budget session in the UP Legislative Council, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath highlighted the exploits of the previous government on the law and order front that threw the established rules to the winds. The Chief Minister said that in 2016, Akhilesh Yadav had withdrawn the cases filed against him on behalf of the Election Commission with his own signature despite the fact that it could not be done without the permission of the Commission.

“These people give advice to others, but fail to see their own deeds. Before 2017, not only did the criminals enjoy government’s patronage, but even serious cases against anti-nationals and terrorists were withdrawn, the Chief Minister said, adding that in the last six years, neither the cases against the CM nor the Deputy CM have been withdrawn.

Elaborating on it further, the CM said that the Samajwadi Party had withdrawn cases against terrorists involved in the terror attacks of Lucknow, Varanasi, Bijnor, Kanpur, Gorakhpur, Rampur and Barabanki. “At that time the Hon’ble High Court had commented that today you are withdrawing the cases of terrorists, tomorrow you would reward them.”

The Chief Minister said that today there is a better security environment in the state. The government is running on the policy of zero tolerance against crime and criminals. UP is moving towards becoming the biggest economy of the country. The state government is doing all the work with good intentions. Citing newspapers, he said that earlier there used to be a helpless chief minister in UP.

“The state was being defamed everywhere. Criminals had outmanoeuvred the state police. There were more than 700 riots. This was the reason why no one wanted to come to the state. There was constant disturbance here”, he remarked.

Presenting the data of NCRB, the Chief Minister said that heinous crimes like dacoity, robbery, murder, mutiny, extortion, rape have come down drastically in UP. He added that today the recruitment of women in the police force has also increased significantly. “Three women PAC battalions have been established. Good barracks are being built in every police station, outpost and police line of the state. The state has become riot free. Along with this, cyber crime police station is being established in every range. Apart from this, there have been extensive reforms in the system of jails. Effective action is being taken in the state by bringing forced conversion into the category of cognizable offence”, CM Yogi asserted.

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