Akhilesh Yadav visits slain cops house in Jaunpur, gives cheque of Rs 50 lakh

LUCKNOW || Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav today visited the house of martyred SHO Santosh Yadav, at village Kevtali and paid floral tributes on his portrait.

Yadav was martyred in an incident in Jawaharbagh in Mathura earlier this month. He met the bereaved family of Santosh Yadav and expressed his sympathies to them and later gave away a cheque of Rs 50 lakh as financial assistance to Mithilesh, widow of the late SHO.

kljHe also assured her a government job and announced that the state government would bear cost of education of both their children. During the meeting, the chief minister was also handed over a memorandum by the family members to which Yadav assured of sympathetic consideration.

On this occasion, the chief minister in his interaction with the local media said that based on the work done by his government on development, the Samajwadi Government will return to power in 2017. He also stated that his government was working for welfare and prosperity of all sections of the society.

He also said that a Judicial Commission had been constituted to look into the Jawaharbagh incident and clearly ruled out a CBI probe into the matter. He also pointed out that people who have no issue are raking up issues like Mathura and Kairana.