LUCKNOW || Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Monday lashed out at the Samajwadi Party (SP) government in the state and said that under its watch the state was in the throes of lawlessness.
Addressing a public rally at GIC grounds in Barabanki, after addressing a workers convention, Shah said encouraged by the Congress, the SP and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) had plundered the state coffers in the last ten years.
Referring to the stand taken by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on the merger of Mukhtar Ansari’s party into the ruling party, the BJP president said I would like to know from Yadav what he has to say on the dozens of such Ansari’s in his government and party.
The administrative machinery in the state has failed resulting in tragic incidents like the Mathura incident in which 29 persons including two policemen were killed, Shah alleged.
He also accused the state government of not being in sync with various development and welfare schemes rolled out by the NDA government at the centre.
Referring to encroachments in the state, echo of which was found in the tragic Jawaharbagh incident, Amit Shah said ever since the BJP had floated an email id to report encroachments, more than 1200 complaints have so far been received.