BSP creates ruckus in UP Assembly over riots, law and order issues
Lashing out at the state government led by Akhilesh Yadav, the BSP moved a notice for a discussion on the deteriorating law and order situation under Rules 311 and 56 of conducting business in the state assembly. “During this eight months of Samajwadi Party regime, about a dozen of riots occurred, more that half and a dozen of people have been died and about 500 houses and shops have been set to fire.
But, the government is in no mood to take a notice about the worsening situation of law and order in the state,” said BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya. “The chief minister will have to face flak on a number of issues including the poor law and order situation, communal disturbances, government’s protection to corrupt bureaucrats and the lawlessness of SP workers,” he added.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) raised the issue of an adequate hike in the support price for sugarcane farmers.
State BJP president and senior legislator, Laxmikant Bajpai said: “The issue of the support price for the sugarcane farmers must be discussed and the time of the session should be increased to address the other issues like crime and law and order situation in the state.”
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