Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav accused that the ruling BJP government has turned the state into “Hatya Pradesh.” He claimed that crime rates are on a rise citing the example of how a group of men who had been stalking an 11th standard student, killed her last week in Sultanpur district.
“If the crime rates are made public by the government, then it will be known that robbery, rape and murders have increased,” Yadav claimed.
Akhilesh had earlier criticised Adityanath government for adopting a divide and rule policy of governance for political gains.
“India was once called the country of snake charmers and it was considered the country’s real identity. Unfortunately, today, our snake charmers are forced to live in poverty. They don’t even have land or any permanent means of livelihood,” he said.
For the first time, Akhilesh openly accepted the rifts in the party and said that it lacked discipline and training. He also requested the cadres to perform better than the opponents.