Saharanpur: On Sunday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took a dig at Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to criticize the law and order situation in the nation.
Gandhi had questioned whether or not the kingdom government had surrendered earlier than the criminals.
“It is a case of sour grapes. Her celebration president misplaced from UP, so sitting in Delhi, Italy, or England, they need to touch upon something or the opposite to stay in headlines,” he stated.
Adityanath was in Saharanpur to take stock of the regulation, order state of affairs, and evaluate developmental paintings. He became seemingly relating to Rahul Gandhi, who misplaced Amethi to the BJP’s Smriti Irani. The Congress, which had a big presence in the kingdom, has now been practically eliminated. UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi is the only Congress lawmaker from the state.
Despite the defeat, Priyanka has been energetic inside the state. Last week, after a video of prisoners flashing a country-made pistol in Unnao prison became broadly shared on social media, the government came under sharp assault.
Referring to the incident, Priyanka tweeted, “Incomplete Uttar Pradesh, criminals, are roaming around freely, doing something they desire. Criminal incidents continue to occur; however, it has been brushed aside byby the BJP authorities. Has the Uttar Pradesh government surrendered earlier than criminals?”
The UP Police replied to the tweet with facts and claimed it had recorded a remarkable decline in crimes and improvement within the law and order scenario.
“UP Police has taken strict action towards critical offenders. Nine,225 criminals had been arrested, and eighty-one were killed in years. Illegal belongings worth nearly 200 crores were seized beneath the National Security Act, and there was unheard of decline in dacoity, murder, loot, and kidnappings,” the kingdom police tweeted.
“Because of UP Police’s effective operating, there has been a 20 to 35 in step with cent decline in crimes. All sensational crimes had been solved in forty-eight hours,” the police delivered.
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Halfway into the movie ‘Article 15’, the Constitutional provision makes a dramatic entry, quite literally, with all of the cinematic build-up associated with grand heroism.
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